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?p ©©tW $^ — ^^ e 22nd consonant corres- 

q; ponding to 'ph' or *f\ 

a. 9 — (^.a^gra cwt+a) — 

VI ( + «|9. B) «fl©; Mt Q09I- 

1. Swelling; expansion. 

> \ ( +9<$- «) a««i9i«3 Wi ^9— 

2. Tempest; gale. 

* I (+Q9- B) 9q& 9IQ— 3. Yawning. 

4. Fruitfulness; fertility. 

©^j^j 999 9I9S— 5. 'Harsh speech. 

£ I OglQ; CT§9I — 

6. Blowing air through the mouth; whiffing. 

9 i ©W 91 S>Qefa 9l9i — 

7, Nonsensical words. 

QQ{OQ{%)Q&)— «C9. 9 ( a. ffWQj-i I QQtf. 
Phai(e)3a(jja)ta(ti) aaas — I. Blame; scandal. 
^ft;&W^ .J 1 QIQI- aafllO— 2. Disgrace. 
qBSfteft, <K§3Gi * I j£€!9'; 9919; 99—3. Quarrel. 


ceJfipfeM©). * v I Ql9i G^iao — 
ST©($)©(Q) ( • 4 - Rebuke; scolding; reproach. 
tocjq(q) I 9«1— * I 319 «[Q9I9 caicii- 

TOh^C©) 9Ai — 1. Blameable; deserving 

rebuke. 

> 1 QQS9 — 2 - Rebuked. 

g"QQ9(€>) QQQI—GQ- $— eilOTO 9Q91— 

Phaijata(ti) kariba To scold; to rebuke. 

8QQ9 €IIQ9I— 69- 3— 9J9 3IQQI— To be rebuked, 
Phaijata kbaibS (««© aiQQI— aiQi^a) 

€TQC<J)^— 69S9. «— (ffl. 6MQ) -<5JJifl1— 
Ph»i(e)l $tft fer Wickedness. 

a<iw& 7 woqcM1 fliw. (tfvaiQ) m— («. *iq 

rcto C ^ ^ ai$) — Q^WIGQ %%$> — 

Scattered; diffused, 
■55l 15(1 9Q9I- 

To show wickedness* 

€TQ(<)fi^ 919^6969. W- (ep)—^— Wicked; 
Pha(e)l baj $1 &sHM vicious. 

(eSopi©— a9iq,a) [8Q(«)H 9i«n— 9] 

tfQQ*— £|IG9. (9°9$3) 9. (§_ Q - *8 a ^9 8' £ra«3\)- 
Phailata G«ll<aa^i &Q9Q §19— Open; open 

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^T^(q1) > i Q|g M gqjai — 2. Completion' of h work. 

^q^(Q) 1 3 Decree of a-suit. * 

Gff«Q)J *- v I 2l©r$© §!£>— 

4. Open place. 

* I TOQfltS) §q£ ETffl; q^~5. Judgment. 
931- v I 9lsn°3«— 1. Decided. 

j | «|3|^Q (g\&) — 2. Open, 
*> I eflSrl 9! €jp* (aio)— 3. Empty (space). 
v i ^gM> GflJ 0Q9I— 4. Spacious. 
(gai— Cqoicq ?qqq fiicii 019) 

Ql. 9—9?>GqQ; ETO ETlf9i Wil— 

Day-break. 

Phaujatda) I. Army; host. 

^ I TO9993 9$ 6W~ 2 - An assemblage of 

men; a crowd of people. 

* I Qft- 9$a — 3. Crowd; herd. 

(9211— OgSl CTQ©, GQI^. ffSJO QOT9) I 

OWq»l%— QQQQ. 9 (tf<. €ffl0QIO>— < I GTOlaiS— 
Phaujadar 1. Commander; general of an army. 
OFlWfll <4kUl4K -> I ETSJQQIQ 5TO<9«IIQ 9qQWj 
(GfffQQI§ — TO^o) ^lieqr^" 2 - Magistrate. 

[ g — qqawrcio? gs>^GQ «$I9I§ ( qfaty® ) 

* iqfiW q£c^9G€1S— 3. Name of a class of 

Police officials. 

Phaujadari qQ9fli~l. Criminal case. 

Cflwtfl ifcU^lO 2. Of iminal offence 

"■*3. Trial of criminal cases. 

v I siaqaQfQ «i^9t — 4 . Criminal affray. 

Crimixnri, > I a^QQ^ig^filsj 91 €9©!©— Civil. 


6 ^'l qwWI^.9l Sl^— Revenue.] 
' '■ * 1, Relating to criminal case. 
* 2. Relating to the Magistrate. 

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PhanjadSri adalata «qfl9l ^J^IQQ— 

C^4r^jb3l ^(W^5 *TOia^ 3I^Iara Criminal Court. 

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Pbaujada;ri kes Staqaq?© q^Qfll — 

C^N^fttt C^t^SRi 4^^l<i g^^T Criminal case. 

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PhaujadSri supardda giSG^tQ' 9^qy1ff (fl^Q% 

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G^f©Qi^ lQ«f ) («taqu1-0i q»lQ)— 

C^tWttt ^*T? m3^K #^ (an accused or 

a case) Committed to the court of a 

Magistrate for trial 

ff«e— eSw-'M ( *; 6 eri. Gtrf^i )— v i giqQ9— 

Phauji 1. Military; relating to war. 


2. Relating to the army. 

V «. GOff©f«go )— q©— Dead. 

9 — JjRr- Death. 

9^1 ( ffi- Ga?o+wi90i )— 

GErtoQQi^.- J «G»nqq sgG^ra 6 9GQI9 »lo 
OTfQW(d)9l ) r Qq<l — 1. Inciting tae 

soldiera to mutine. 


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the whole party by one's evil advice or 

example, 

ffQW— gq. 5. ( e. $iq ai^ «1o)— v i «Boewi3 

Phauliba £T6l99l — 1. To be swollen, 

^rct*3*ri S^RT / I fffti €9iQ CTQA9I— 2- To be 
(ST^fl9l— ^Qi^Q) puffed up with an empty 

interior. 

&<&— GQGQ. 9 (at QW)— G^iQfil qfllf N «>9Qqr 9qQ 
Pha°]i w Qg flas^ ^QQS — One of the nine gems 
(GET© — W«*^g) or talented men of the Moghal 
fa&fl f^sfi" Emperor Akbar the Great's courfc- 

€MQ — G9GQ.9 (Q°- ETl£{1§)— GW fllQ9l$9«£ CTf9l — ■ 
Phaer Shooting; firing of a gun. 

(G£?g— ac^s) tori "wrc 

er<3Q QQQI— G9. §~^ I 9®Q 8%1Q9I: ©Ql-Q|39l — 
Phaer kariba 1. To snooty to fire a gun* 

*P^3 ^Tl <fiWC H*5ti > I €®ia 91 G9IAI 

£TtlQ9J — 2. To fire a bomb or 

cannon. 
■€T<lQa— G9G9. 9<a ( QQSW ) ( n. 0>GQ9 ) — 
Phaeraba ©TO©|$jp93 QQftia£— Fraudulent. 

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€P<l_Qfi>— G^C9. 9 ( QSQ3I ) ( a )— 9$9©l — 
Phaerabi (eTGQ9 — W<i%a i Fraud. 

*raff *Nt 9«— aooia|— Fraudulent. 

ff^Q^ 0I§©1 — G9- $.— SOffl ggQ 9I£«I $Q9I — 
Phaerabi karffinba To act fraudulently- 

erGQ9 9iS9i \ mCutC .~ vraft ^iferori 

ET<JQ9 TO9IJ VS ^V ^ftroifln 

?«<(%— C9«* 9— (ffl)- £TM (G9«) — 
tbael ^ Phail(See . 

A kind of flat fresh water fish. 

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. , Ebaeli jiba er^$$l)— 9 c iI§Q9l; fllffiQL; ,Gffl€»Q 
.^l . '** C?9l«a9l— To be diffused. 


£?— GQ. (aoHopoei) *— i v(GQ&) 

Phafi Phaia phan (See) 

ffQI (QOil9)-€Q. 9 6 9<a— £tf?l QO«ri9 (CW) 
Phanda (etc) , PhandS etc (See) 

€fQ— GQ 9— em (GQ«) — Phandi (See) 
Phandi §igq l«Sqj«li) M—W S«l — 
(er§? — eiQSQQ) Ul-intentioned, 

PhaSdiba 91^91 — To tie up two things with 

[ffQI(€Q)Q9l— aoiqp] m a rope or string, 

&1I— G9 9 6 9*a— 0>ftl (G^'S) — Phampa(See). 

"PhaSpa si€Q. (3^49) 9— S^QIj acrflifi— 

Grass-hopper; locust* 

rf rf— 69. . (a©«ft>QQtil) a-M g9' «W Q SI9— 

Phan phan 1 Hisahig sound {aa of snakes). 

^' : K^;^fT'St €19 — 2. Repeated hissing soun<J 

of an enraged person. 

TO— GO. ( TOi§©Q« ) a — ffQ £T9 ( G9«l ) 

Phak " ^ Phaka Phaka ( See ) 

(ff^aS; TO9fft[©]> erQ N 9[<JQ5tfQ9[aX— a©iq9) 

€T99I— SIW. ( 9IGWQ ) 9— 999I8Q GQ^ C19GQ 

Phak-na ^Q| 9iqa§ aSI G^CfQ ^Q 2l°€t9fl% QQ-, 

fll^fj^QI— The air-bladder of a fish. 

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€TQ v GQ QQ— BIG9. "( S&Q >- «Q— 

Phak fo lai F«e<i paddy. 

€r9(0)@— G9G9. 9^1. ( ®. €T^€^— »3 ^ J— 
Phaka(kka)rda ^ j SO; a^ agil9IO— 
gpQ(O)^ x 1. Fraudulent. 

0«(O)9« Loon Vl 9 91 **~ 
€TQ(|)99IQ N r WH % u 2. Deceptive; cheating. 


TO»)©°9J9j 


« I fl«K»j 9l^O — 


3, Bragging, wagging. 

4, Poor; destitute. 
+ I aa9»»Ql — 5. Squandering; spendthrift. 
9 I «$8SIQ6KN— 6. Unsubstantial. 


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9 1 §&; G9SJ — 7. Mean; despicable. 

«K$f — cSgq- 9* («)— « t eooi 5 a^oi; aeeran — 

Phaka(kka)rjii 1. Fraud; deception 

9IS 3 £T9(9)9 9I$ f * ^ 2. Wickedness. 
^sft *t ©<$©OI— 3. Poverty, 
^r^tt v I GTieQS— 4. Vain-glory. 

* I 2l<fl}8giQWM9l — 5. Hollowness. 
9 I flCHgoij Olcpoi; 2fl<a§iaiG<) GQ«IQG99I; 

OIQCF — 6* Bragging; wagging; drollery. 
9 I SIQOt — 7. Meanness. 

(£T9S?9« — ao«iq,a> S9G9. 93.— <* i $4®— 

1, Poor. 
-> QIC^Q — 2. Bragging. 

99(0)9 aiqqi— w. S. — aqwiQepi oai 9§9i> 

Phaka(kka)idi mariba 916*3 9S19I — 
W^t ^1 ^fff^f^tr To brag; to talk big. 
ffQS>— G9G9. 2J. («fl. fflO©) — £ I G99Q — 

Phakat 1. Only; merely; simply. 

W® TOkT > I fl|^- 9g — 2. But. 

* ! 2J0Q<rfc — 3. On the other hand. 

era erQ-GQ. (ao^QQ«)— a.— ^ i g©q* secT 

Phaka phaka qfiffl Q| Q|©QI S9IGQ — 
^ ^ 1. In a jumping or frisking manner. 

(erQQ aw, to erf©— ao^B) 9$ aewsiGQ a«f 

9IQIS19I S9IQ9 — 2. Like smoke coming ■ 
out of an engine in gushes. 

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Phaka(kka) v | aa&j 3©l 5 fllfl €fc Wfi — 
Vl4lC>l; f^t 1. Ashy; pale, light-coloured. 
fwn" J I 9^a — 2. Vain. 

[ffQKQi)9ai— ao-i^a] * 1 sign; er^i — 

3. Empty. 
969. (S«WS9 6 G^OI©) 9.— Sot — Tape. ' 
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ffOIS— 59. 9— ETIQlff (Wfll)— PhSkSsi (See) 
Pbakgsi (EKSflfl— 2l9i%a> 


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Phaka" sindCLra Pale-coloured vermilion. 

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Phakira 9t #18—1- A JVIahomedan mendicant. 
0*9*33 | - ^1 ai39~2. Beggar. 
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^^ * I a© ^W39 GQ9 — 

4»*l< , B V .A v^ry poor man. 

^ t aoQMl-gg^ GQQ^9?ii99i ffl^— 
4. A came given to males who are born after 
the death of their elders. 
(ff©31~ tf) 9« — ^. I "«QQ— 1. Poor, 

i I aQ9flg— 2. Needy; in want. 
*> I ET^IQ g^fllq — 3. Relating to a Mahomedan, 

mendicant. 

4. Befitting a poor man, 

ffQIQ 9©2fl— G9G9. 9. (a)— q«fl!0 QQQfllQ^ «|fl«— - 
Phakira takia A hermitage or shelter for 

^^1? ^stferl < *i*bl<d^?n' Mahomedan mendicants. 

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Phakiramohana G999 6 99 — A late poet and 

literary genius of Orissa. 

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^flfl -^ I QflKJ^— 2." Beggary, 

^^ • I ©sg©|— 3. Poverty, 

v 1 fa1) 9ifl-«a§a«1 9i09iq.Qaa9i 9W— 
4. A name given to Aparttiarij girls. 

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Phakirl kautdi A kind of striped or pictured 

"*" cowrie or sea-shell. 


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PhakM shiaha Cholera. 

sew— q<j. ^ ( $q» q°. Ero^e^tfifQ^^^g. 

Phakosha £tt?a^)~ WV^GaS— 

A kind of wild beast. 
scte caiai o-gsiq seoqi — 310 1 , 901a aacaflh I 

03 ( aiqj_ )— e- ^ t sric? g©qi — 

Fhakka 1, To use unfair means 

* I Q§9I> 0€>9I — 2. To cheat 
€f£@ ( G©HIQ ) — 6969. S>« — TO© QQhIS ( GQ<a ) 

Phakkarga ( etc ) Phakarga etc ( See ) 

€T9© ( QQilQ )— CTQ9 QMS ( G9S ) 

Phakkardi ( etc ) Phakardi etc { See ) 

PhakkikS v T( §<$!$ GQfcpi 6 q^ 2DQ qSg<ate 
9£GQ QiQ$©) aiQ 5 Q^W;^3€|--1. Hair- 
-splitting argument; aophistry; sophism 
( on topics of Grammar by Paimini ). 
■ J I Q$ e$|Q3ia 9^09— ^. A thesis to be 

maintained in argument, 
«> I ^^SJ-^S. Trick, 
■w I 9IQI — 4. Illusion, 
*| g©IG}$i — 5, Fraud;, cheating, 
#GI— GQ* 9..( ^ TO )— *l ffO:WQ— 1. Red 

*„ Gl*»- Gad 

Phagu powder (made from the root of wild 

*tfy *fe*T; *Fft* sjefft ginger ). 

-M ( 9! ) GQW, ««fl99i SHS— 
2, A name given to males. 

Phagu khela GePia^lGCTia© GOTI 6 GW9G]Q^ 
''#WCVrl &$$& QQQI $$$ — Mutual throwing 

<K!*T doHl of red powder and sprinkling it on 

the images of Deities. 

«d qccr G<3$e§ crqcoQ-qatoia. eQew^q 1 

ffqfil— 69.*. ( ^ ffl^^O )— flWQ QQ9SJ16 QQ$® 

v Phaguna Q«P9^1 ^^3 ®fa ff g 'S — Tiie mODtn 

^t3R ifc*J<fl; *I*4H °^ ^b^guna. 

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€rQ€l ggjl— SlG<3>. ( C!9©l€> ) §>— €j£,QIQCQ 9§Q QQfy 

Ptiaguna phutS gaGSl 91^3^ 9IG QQ%aq0 «H3W 

«|@Q! "Qld-i— The act of a Sudra girl's 


coming back to her father's house from 

the house of her father-in-law after attain- 
ing puberty. 

ffGl 9€I£1 — G9. 9— tflQO SI9Q ggQafll— The 10th 
Phagu dasami day of the bright fortnight of the 
*ft^H W*f^t SSHp* ^HM) month of Phalguna. 

QfiQ '^*..' a^l«L €9 ^^ 3QQGQ. ^! WglCQ 

qaKji.WrWf Q2GQ snl ofl'aw <i ooqq woi^ 
9fir?«iiMr 9.»ia , Qqaici * ^?ff G9i©jai^i $$9 
egsiM i] '■'■ 

€f^~ SIGQ* («l?9!p);.^ ( %»- S°. £TGi°9 )-5^ 5 
Phatiku - . a^SL — Mold; mildew. 

Phajar ^SRi ^ESn: 1. Morning. 

2. Daybreak; early morning* 
t £f£Q— G9GQ. W. ( «8 ) — SlWOIOte — Eelating to 
Phajari ^Bftt <^v3Tft morning. 

(ff«Q— aQM%a ) 
90Q €1191— GW»- %. ( «fi )— 3l©G4i©P-~ 

Pfaajari kan& Breakfast; morning meal. 

QtQGk— €§G9. $. ( a. aWl )*-«lfilWG9£flq Q8% 
Phajali SftH — A kind of mango from Middaha 
?&$\ TORft ( Q2G(, ff©Q— aoiqq ) in Bengal. 

^©9— G9GQ. 9.-:6 (a)— ffQ^O (coa) 

Phajita . Phaijata (See) 

£f©Q j aOO 6,^10 <£QSQ QSSJ SOIGO, 

CT^Q-GQGQ. 3IGQ. (dOOlo) 9.— TOQ (CT«) 

Pjbajila Phajara (See) 

€T* v — «?..«. (|% iH^=GQQ Q€»l+©,9)— TO e«GQ 

A sound uttered at the end of a Mantra. 

GQ. 21.— 0\a\(GQ«) 

Phat phat (See) 

Phat kari Making a popping sound. 

Phat-k«ra 9l©GQ OIO SIW)— 

1. The soufid of That', 


4MECIQ9I 


( -Mo* 


ETMAW 


> 1 9t$Q QIQ W— 2. Sound of flapping. 

* I 3©W^fe9*)— 3. Dhut-kSra(See) 

€f$©l€JQI— €*; ■£— * I 91© SWI — 
Ph&t-kariba 1. To clap. 

^2saT3f > I $QIQ9l— 2. To fie; to ory shame. 

•ff^ffgt— GQ. (aQ^QQgl) '»-— «■ i G&S QIO qaQIQ 
That phat a$— 1. Popping or craoking sound. 

^€)^Q7_. octofl ; -MGsfaS wtf eris 9W 

£f$f er^ j w^s? €19— 2. Bursting sonnd. 

5j#*R> ^gM so wsfo q9l« er^o-* «q ^afi I 

* ! Of €fiHOI <?l ©OR fll^CQ ©KMQ OftGQ 

gciiqq ©mi mq_ «& 91© '*ca$ a$ <$< — 

3. Popping sound produced by the heel 

coming in contact with the sole of the 

slipper. 

Phata aa^ Ml — :1. The expanded hood of a 

venomous serpent. 

* I Q^— 2. Tooth. 

•» I £|QIQ6II; €IOOI; ^ ©I — ' 

3. Cunning; fraud; deception, 
v I SQIQQ; SO— *■ A rogue; a cheat, 
ffSQ— 9IW. (SflWW) ^ ~ (% Q * ^ *r$.Q)~ 
Phatai *. I G91S1© — J-- Bress. 

> I ffG&Q; WQfci aifll — 2 * Jacket. 

Phataka bisim G«ff«lG flg WSaW (SW§)— 
^0<^f aiS^SIT, ^JtelT, 4M"<HK»R Foppish. 

srse *9a l flCWft fl gq. s— ^1* ^3 GOaa1 ^ 

er$l 9§«l I ™ y 9h§— rBeau; fop; coxcomb- 

Phataka 1. Kidney; bladder. 

3 1 (tf GSflt) 91© 91 OOOQ ©Ift Ql G$fl$S> €10"" 
2 Cracking sound of the palms or fingers. 

* I OTS9I (€Q«) — 3, Photaka" (See) 
■£f%9l(Ge)WI— W. $— <* I $%$IQS>I; ©Ift 91$ 

PhatakS(ke)ibS ©G9Q<y$^3IQ '' W9I Qft SQQIi 
T^^HT, £3^T S§>GQQQ! — 1, To scare away a 
person (like scaring birds with clapping), 

2. To make cracking sounds. 
ffJQIQQI— GQ. §— M a^o^s© 9QQH- 

Phatakariba 1, To make cracking sounds. 

<KOTT**T > I ^QQIQQV — 2, To fie. 


PhatakibS 1. To fly away being Beared. 

S^IT 9 1 QQ8§> Qi 3CT a? OQIQQI — 

2. To. flee away from a company. 

* I eri§89i — 3- To burst. 

ff* €T*9I— W. 9— fft ffWI (G9«) 

Phata phataka Phutu phutuka (See). 

€Tt ^20 — W. ^>^1 — ff^ fft 3 s ? 9%fl91 — 

Phata phatia Making a popping sound. 

Phataranga purana Khatanga purSna (See). 

Phata 1. Expanded hood of venomous snakes, 

^ I Q$ (fllGog)"— 2- Toothy fang. 

* I S^IQ^I 0BI6GK8) — 3 - Deceit. 

*6l GO- W — W- |t v aiQ)—! I -ETlSq^j £Tif 

<K3J t <K^r QIQ?|9r— 1. Cracked. 

^4©q— 2. Torn. 

«» I 9Qg> QGW-*-*. Broken. 
v | aQ|§Q| — 4. Worthless. 

* I a©3 CnG»i G9Sj> SL§— 

5 Despicable; mean; ignoble. 

(ETG^)— 41) 9 I (l°) ©a 9<S1Q QQ QQflHa^ sq «€^ 
6, Pertinacious; asking questions with 

persistence. 
9 I 9l«i«— 7. Talkative. 

Pha|5(te)iba Qgfy ^9 — The causative form of 
*Fiet5T TOS^iT, TO^r 'phatiba'. 

<. I gl^QI— 1- To split. 

2. To breakj to crack. 

£r«!Q9 ^1©GSS Q^ cv flu I 

^QQQI^g. To cause two persons to 
separate by bringing about dissensions. 
* I ©Q GQQI— 4- To tear. 

* I SjQ Qi^SL 91 QgQLqa« QQC99I— 

5 To cause two persons or things to separate* 

9'\ (svaaiet) wia 9Wi; CQQ ^?Q9i— 

9, (figurative) To destroy. 
0*lQ Q8Q a©5 99IQ «4ia *3£ ^i a I S^Qf ^ c ^ I 
r I CftlQ €WI IG^fil) — 8, Phatai heba (See). 


8TSIQ 69©l 


( Wov ) 


no®- 


cr^i(et)Q -.ew*— 69. §— (©iGrie> %1 ^ §^ 819.)— 

Fhatfi(te)i heba £ | qQ|< ^aiGQ QWI; ©8©l— 

<hdtg.l CfaT 1. To prattlej to babble; to talk 

much. 

> i as© ©$ qoito g$ « wi — 

2. To ask questions with persistence. 
3*1 9«#— €9- 9— «i aifQ ( 693 ) 
Phata" kauidi Pha^a pahula ( See ) 

fffcl ©Gift— 69, 9,— 9©q«Wj Stf^ flP ©aio— 
Phata kapala ffa ^vfft i&ZPfrircr 111 luck. 

a€Qi g cj 9$ i <$m ■acrto I 

ef*|Q9l£)£fl — 69- M. qf. — Wqcii- 3Q ©9IQ3S — 
Phata kapalia Unfortunate; unlucky. 

(ersiwiol, er$i©9i6©Q~ qj) 

frSI©*— 3169. (fiHMfl) ©.-©IQ6ETI$©I— 

Phataka Crackers made of palm-leaves, 

€T*I© ftafa— giN- fa&ia) 9.— 93I9Q1 2l9l9igsi 5 ©l§© 
PhatSki uanea 9ai©|q«|| — The newmoon of . the 

month :<)f 'Karttika*. 
[g — < 9© GQGS €T%©I ©Iti Egl§ I) 

PhatSgalua q© G9IQ W ©6©— 
^fcT ft*DHtft »rft, <E21X Bragging; boastful and 

lying ipereon)_ 

cr*r ai8-3G9. (gsi) ©.-as* ©sssqg© ©i©j s©jq ^ 

Phata pani a§> goi$| 69IQ ©q 9IQ q©| g|<nq — 
A slightly intoxicating drink made of 
hemp leaves and spices pasted together. 

erti ai@fil— 69. ©.— 930s a©«wid«i g$i€9 3 s© 

Phata pShula qi9l|©«i aQ — Not even a single 

*Wftffc £ilMI* cracked pie, 

(saai-GSii aieiGQ srti 9i$q$<] 9* ©|§* i) 

Phata pbati \ Mutual breaking. 

*$M^ ( SWI— C9 ^G9 9© 9© q§ **( « 69GR ) 
*WI8^ > I €>3i 99^—2. Broken; cracked 

a%i w©— 69. 9<a (». 9^9i)-s]i9J aiciG© aQgi<i 

Phata biaini © aWj sao W | SQ 9 9 OT 3 a 9) 
'rtrTCtHf Q§goi G93IQ ^<-l. Penniless yet 

™^r.wini foppish ( person ). 


Swfr""^ 


ff$9— fli69. («VMA) M 1ST. «W»)—©foj ^9— 
Phatik v Transparent. 

*W%H 69. 9. fa. WOW)— fff©© — 
»*Jl4*<l * Alum. 

Cf?©— 69. Q. (?. $$©)— *tf©; <©^©Iq a©i ^9 aaiQ- 
Phatika Crystal; quartz; rock-crystal, 

^15^ ftal?:; *fiS^ G9. Qgl— g$ — Transparent, 

fft© ©©!©— 8169. (oqgLQ) «. («. *f©+ffl..©QI©)— 
Phatika nabata Q^ — Sugar candy. 

EfSOiq— ff. 9. (699*1©) — 3f«a («G©8)— 
Phatikari Alum, 

erg^l— 6^69. 9. (Q°)— V 1 SSGG3© 9^ ; aiGQ© 
Phato Ql9|£hGQ Q^| 99! S9 - 
(efGSlgier— «)^%a) 1. Photo; photograph. 

^Klir 2, Camera. 

€TG*I ^Ol(GO)QQI-G9. §— «6Q© ©^Jiq Q$ 
Phato utha(t£ieuba gj©|Q©j — To photograph; fco 
^t^ofl qJlAl^AWI take photo with a camera. 

(TCtl 6JOIWI, TC^I 6091— «©H^9) 

€PW1 €JOQI— 69. ©— SlIGq© Q^iq 6©f^)9 9h^ Q| 
Phato uthiba 9§Q S^ Q09I— Being photo- 

^Cfelfeil MildlsitWIT graphed. 

(ETGSI 99Q9I3 £TG%I OTfl9|-T- 99^a) 

TO^ISITO - C9TO, 9. (Q°)— Gi3^ ©^'-3^ SI$|£hG© 
Phatogrgphar ?SGq©9^ gg©iGQ— Photographer. 

€Pe*igi9— e©69i^-(ft )— ««©©* ^oiqqiq 99,1— 

Phatographi ^taft^t ■ -hUlMI ' ^ l Photography. 

£TG$I S3fl-G?69. 9, (9g}?fl W) (Q°)-efGtl3l^€J§9i 

- Phato phrem aK J ^ a ,Q ©iqqQ-qi qq|^ ^^,^5|_ 

^1^5^ A fancy frame inlaid with filagree work 

^W N for keeping a photo, 

ff? x — G9. (a©STOQd) a— er© ^ (g9«j 

Phaici - Pha^ pharg (See) 

TO©i— 69. ?>— (Q991 gq^GQ to er^a© ©wiq., «r. 

Phar^ka aoiQl) — Q^IQI — Flag, 

*tefa1, ^1 «i«^w oca e9«t ?»s?i 

9)69 (3<3©l©) 9. (t- ©I B «I«I©0— OTR ©%: 

©G$©l 9€Jfl|©^ §%9IQ9I ©^G^ 9H9^© 

9!9h©G€V3— A kind of sound-producing. 

contrivance tnade of bamooo for scaring 

away wild beasts which ravage crops.. 


(' */o* ) 


&%m 


a&9 sriGQQ 601$ <l erittQ aqcQ QQ9 QetlQ gs 

G3QI G9IQeiW t 999% tiSt S^GQGR 9$99«I 
ETIOt 3Q ETM3GQ*9ia «J? R© ff^W Q^ 9W I 
GS W #GQ q©GQ OT$ «IQ9I<jl «W GK|fliG© 
9^9 oq 00191 ] 

Pharda pharda 1. Sound of tearing cloth. 

<&**&. *9® et9«— to<,%0) > 1 asl gaGs q$qi 

2. The sound of flapping of wings; 
fluttering sound. 

• I 836913$ 2lGaiQt£J_«t§« Sft 9I9IWIQ9Q — 

3. The. sound produced by wind mixed with 

stool daring evacuation, 

* 1 €KI 0$ Q 943 «©€to Q§9!— 

4. Talking garrulously. 

* I -QOIQI SQQQ Qf 9IQ 9© — 

: 5. The fluttering sound of flags. 

ff@€f@ 6®QI— GQ. -9 <*. 0QerqsjGs>)-M aalaiGo 

Phariia phatda heba: GQflt QIG^QQI^IQ SO 

]|!fVf?3*Vl QQQI5 #9 ST9 W QQOI — 

iM^MH l , <TOJKr fW 1. To flutter; to make a 

fiuttering sound; to flap the wings. 

S t 9IG0 «H <0tt — 

2. To talk irrelevantly. 
• * ! SI^Wi 3g«> GigQI^tq tlfltilQ $QqQ|QQI 
SQI8 QQQI — 3. To be loquacious or 
garrulous; to show signs of light- 
heartedness by one's garrulity.. 

* I QQQQi QWQ. Q*S> «Q QWU £TQ £TQ GOT; 

a§Q G^SH — 4. To move with restless- 
ness; to be restless, 
€r©£f§2fl — GQ. 9<a— £ I ET^ tf© w Q$$pi— 
Phatdaphardia 1. Making a fluttering or 

3*W»{\W1 ^^^ flapping sound. 

(erQETQl, g9€TG9«— *l) ' I (1°) <?*<*»— 

2. Loquacious; garrulous. 
3. Restless; hasty* 


€P®I— GQ. «.— * I 99 9|q Sfl§>G$ 9* ©§GR G^g% 

Pharda " 9191391 R*. a»a 91 «$— 1. A stri P or 

?Ptft long piece split or separated from the 

<K1?T . * main thing* 

(SteH— j ET9»I<! Qio l) 

> I «Q«I$ — 2. One piece; strip; one slice. . 

(aai— er©Ki ®9\$ \) 
» I fli Q qq 99 «t«fc 9©. 8Q91; €W — 

3. A big lump o£ meat. % 
v 1 £f|^Qi q£— 4. The act of phargiba (See) 

<W3I^TT ^ I qai9 N «j9; QQg— 2. Separated. 

Q®\ 8KJft— GQ. ^.— WflL -9P ^'^ * Q °^ ®^ gacteQ 
Pharda ambula fi}«-fKK3 fl9 £9Ci 44IIQ ©81$ 
^W '^ Qq SIQ^QI «B$m — Pickle made of 
^l^ l ^ l -flK split-up mangoeat 

€T^|(G©)Q©I— GO. 5.— 'ffl^9l 5^iQ Sl9^ %a)— 
PhaidS(zde)ibS Tbe causative f of m of phatdiba. 

^ j ffl 1 , To cause to be split, 

2. To cause to be separated^ 
w I ©^Q9I— 3, To cause to tear. 

€T©I0«1©— N. 9'— W©««l) GGfiWJW €Q©^GQ 
Pharda tauji <\q ©^© gc>GO S?9QIQ^ «•« qa^ 

^T3T rflfeft Separate account opened in the 

Collector's register in respect of a portion 

of a zamindary by marking it with a. 

separate serial number. 

Phardi 1. Sword. 

^ I QIQQ^IG© G^WIQ 9JO «f|l — 2. A wooden 
sword used for mimic sword-playing 

exercises* 

* I 90' Q, QQG, EltG>3R 88Q Q$0 ?[9I 2110— 

3. Plate or tray for holding scents and 

betel.. 

v ! ©IQ— 4. Shield. 

ff©2fl— go- 9.— (*. roe)— ^ i ©§Q a<§i^ a q2iG» qq 

Phar^iS 9IQ Q9I §€!; gg© G«1IQ— l.I*g sepa- 

dftt, ^W rated from the trunk, the part of th^ 

TXH body consisting of the rump; ,r*wnp 

and leg. 

2. Kumpt buttock and thigh 


&Q&43QI 


( flop ) 


M" G>Si<3 


: «H- Set — 3. Buttocks. 

«q,i£a Q^ci sisfq c$a 

€f©ai flfol— TO. 9— MI9 2B$ $iq g^ Qugq oqq 
PhargiS khasiba 919 Qf 919^ a^Q 69IQ99I— 
•&$€ffl Dislocation of the fchigb bone or femur. 

€f©9IQ— GQ. 9— K. I SMQ Q©H9Ga<§i ( G9§9IGQ 
Phardikara WOQQ 43? 90^3, 9Q9 f S|Q3q «|Q 
a$ q9iqr gepQQ ata§) — Servants who bear 
plates holding betel aod scents; tray-bearer. 
■ -I I 69 «§IGQ G«Q GQ«H< — 2. Sword-player. 
* I ei^alq 9i§- (3I9RI ai8)-^8. Swordsman. 
€T§ 6SI© — G9. 9— E7Q G$» (G9<3l) — 

Phardi khela Phari kheja (See) 

ffgcf— fliw. (cwags) 9 (e. as>cr)— <. i 5«fei— 

Pbaiginga (ffpol— 8lQiq,a) 1. Locust. 
*%B^*ffcr <*$PHr JH 2w—2. Cricket. 
■Wj-fllW (q|«K]Q) Wl— OT£— 

Pha £^ u Fruitless; vain. 

*Njai— gi. 9— €r%a (««) 

PharduS Pharua (See) 

#« (ai^)— 3— <. | q© ffW |. ^ qq 9I _ 
Phan (root) X . To g0; to moye ^ 

2. To cause to move. 

* I SMspqGS* §$tf) GWI — 
3 To grow easily. 

4. To dilute; to liquefy. 

* I 9)0 G99I— 5. To spread; to expand. 
9 I <% 0IQ9I— 6. To shine. 

««<«l)-s. 9— (era aj%— ckiq ©wi+94. v + n)~ 
Phana (na) 3193 $| Q ^ g(QQ £M _ 

The expanded hood of a snake 

Phana dhara ^, ga (^ ww ^ Q3) _ Hooded 
snake (e.g cobra de oapeJJo). 

I Mia% miq^ erwitf f ® Q,( % a 

e«ft«*-t. 9~(3qm 90939. w«j- Q ^f^- 

Phanadharadhara 6 g *IG9) -S9JG99; &Q— 

MahSdeba; 8iba. 


erscra— C9. w-i i o$9& q»J93%— 

Phana phana 1. Red coloured. 

WNc*M §^T^TT ^ I fffijsM— 3. Slightly swollen. 

Phana phana $gg$| — a medicinal plant; 

■■df. G€hltf|, ©^cr f Ganl^llQ, Colosanthes Indicaj 

O*, GShIOIO, €€H^«, Oroxylum Indioum; 

^sjiO^ fl€l©a4, 8C$NL Bignonia Indica. 

qffwia, q%o^ srfijq, [ § -q^qiq qoq 

*^% %$% Qtq% Ga^ ©%} §©g§ "■>•■ "« 

^Q^g^ sqq, agora, aa^ qgq; 99 ?ata§6 

^*q, iq«ao— >i» 919 ^ 1 910 3o_i 

rtW, OlWs «itCHl«n . CTfift 99 99 q|«g^ ^ 013 

fl - Ct«_ . G9$f qidj * GCIIf G03Q I 

go- SLWli GaiQiqi^ «iv «icrja 0^91 1 togq 

<9I G«l?< Q019IO I <I9I Q«l^ Q^ QQ, Q§ qqiq^ 
2IQ9IQ 6 q«f BIO ^Q ©9IQ9; 091 Q QVI £TQ Q€l^ 

aacj 6 58, ^9pft, ad" GqeiGQ '-QaeiQQ; 
' ai©q eto $%QI9 4 9l^e«»ia9 l 09IQ q^ 

€?GQOQ 5 <3 €18 Q19I90GQ 6 P6)QQGQ G9& 

efiifl?— sr. ^>— ( a. a. gq. )— Mi«3qi si9 r (sai qi^ 

Phana mani ggii«q)q Ml fldiGQ %Q\ fl^— 

A small round jewel found in the hood 
of cobra and other snakes, 

Phana (eto Phana etc (See) 

©8 GQ€IQ— 3. ^-QlGd^Q (cfQ) — 

Phani kesara The Mesua Perra (flower). 

er€t©l — ^. 9— tfistGerSeu og— 

Phanija (g3 flffgi— ^ifls%g) The cactus. 

€P? ^9^"^- * — QOI (GQ«) 
Phani jihwaka Bala (See) 

Phani ta]pag a —9^ (a^ «^ 0^1^)- 

Bishnu. 


«ra ; ss 


( *>•» ) 


fffcffWJiff 


ffStiq— *.i— ($*$ ©«j' cr8&+3fy afflict 91% 

Phani priya €§9Iq 9q$ £91Q Q99§$ ^91^)91^— 

Air; the wind. 

Phani bhuk ^ | flQQ.— 1« Peaoock. 
^ I Q^O — 2. Garurga. 

Phani bhushana §9 — Siba. 

> I ( %»©*« ) gaqa 2JQSIQ3 ^qea 

9*i9§S> 39 — 2* Snake put on as an 
ornament (by Siba). 

eral— e. «. 4° ftwi+Qs^ o3q to, iai. 19) 

Phani SH9ICJ £T3I eiM — Hooded. 

r (MWI— 9,1) 9.— qo -Serpent. 

Q-sflQ— sr. 9-~($>al ©© ; ereflgtoo- ayGQ qcj^g^) 

Phanlndra . gaq©. 91^. ao$— 

The Great Serpent(Basuki); the king 
o3qft I aQSaa amongst serpents. 

Phand ©Q9 89 — !• Fund; treasure; cash, 

*e^ v ; ifi^ 2 I 6<ffa9 $>$<% QGQSiGQ «*© aft— 

2. Jfoney collected and stored for a 

particular purpose. 

Phanda Q9Q— Belly; stomach. 

€r$i— sigq (ows) 9— ($?• 9*. €fi9i)— i ifliqqe oaij 

PhandS «KR>99UW8I; SS?, Wfll— 

1, Fatal co ndition ; moribund state. 

J I GfiftlW-OSIfflTOIGQ q^lSSIIfilj £^| — 

2. A conjunction of planets in one's 
horoscope leading to his death. 

Phat-na G<9iG^$! $€HQ 91 9IO; G©GS>$I — 

spf^TL ^®t A- ft ** 3 fastened to an angling line. 

Phata 1- Phat-nS (See) 

-> IGffQ (OTS) — 2 Pheti (See) 
£fQ2D— W. W (§? Q| ®$ 98S]©I2JG> 2CQS1 £TQ^== 

phatua aqffQ9; a. a^g— a«i«i&)— e i 9^ 

•KWl GGQIQ213 a$S> Ql£h— I. Having one's 
(EK£ — SIQi^p) aims unfulfilled; unsuccessful, 

cr^a fi9* G9is«i ©a-.Q? 9Q9»s? <i «fc> 

9eq& ©cssiq «« v * <ala 


2. De'famed; maligned. 

• I Qq§k aq©0 — 3. Defeated; vanquished. 

er^a cs^ees 9ia «f» flSLao'cpl $.sft I; ;, 

-*• 1 aga©— 4. Unprepared for any contingency; 
reduced to an awkward predicament. 

* I §OTQiq; 94»3 69 «I€WIIQ Mil Qi$ Q QiGQ— 
5. Liar; unable to carry out one's promise; 

false to one*s promise. 
SQ. 9. — ETGQQ (GQ*>— Pbatei (See) 

^5^1 91 9i93IQ^ — Judgment of a Mohomedan 

qOTT judge or priest; futwa; a religious 

* prescription. 

€T£Q— G9GQ. ©« (2B. ^SL3> «1I^) -S58^=Qag— 
Phatura ^P^ 9^ Poor; penailess. 

g^qo-GQ. 9^1— 399QW3 erstaa— 

Pbaturat (n^Q— «) Tactician; artful. 

9$€J — 6§G9. 9. («■ ^9=^029, 91®, 9©IQ, 9^)- 
Phaburi . 1 Qffl; 9S9ai— 1 Falsehood. 

2, Garrulity; boasting; arrogance. 

• I qeil q«— 3. Yain talking. 

v I Qn]Q — 4. Outrage; oppression. 

* I 9G5I9; g©IGfl»1— 5. Rebellion.; revolt. 

Phaturia 1- Pbatua (See) 

(£T^QG«ai®— ^^^) > i (9° 6 <D $ai q4* 9%^ 

(3SLGQ«— tf) 9lCi i «3 9l9'59i.G!3 ^IGQ q^l<l 9GP- 
*h4$M\ 2. Garrulous; talkative. 

•» I Q^IGWiq— 8 - Committing outrages. 

v l ^G^iSH "" ' 4 ' Rebellious; revolting. 

er^ta 9^<5>i— gq- 5—^ 1 cof^iS q^% 9ehi9i<a 

Phaturia karib& G9IQ gfllS© QQQ9I— 1- To 

[^ 901 (GQ) QQI— «GH%9] P rove a P erson 

to be a liar. 

; I G^§ 9«^Q 91^91 Q£liq.©tQ 9qQGQ9l— 

iwftgn WRT 2. To frustrate a person's promise 
^ or words. 

0%€} 9Q9I— G9- 5— €ja© QI9^l3 ^9IQ^I— 

Phaturi kariba To repudiate a matter with 

ff$ja «l« *' I KS*G>n ^rogance; to deny a 
£TQSl G«09l J ^ matter with brazen- 

t'acednees. 


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aQi 


e$€}€aiq— 69. 9<a— q$$ii C3 ^$%gi?©- 

Phaturi khor ^hrjR^I Brazenfaced. 

wjai. ecaiq ©s^sr ©to 
«TG9 (6$)— 6969. 9 (a. sr©9, er60=-9€*[; 9I& fl§) 
Phate(tte) \ | Q^Qft — 1. Victory; conquest. 

(aai— q© sre® 9Q9i) 

*B5. ^ J t Qlifo QQ$ ^VldSQl— 2. Success. 

crsia «w. a si« aoq$. 

* I Ql£hgfllfcll — 3. Accomplishment. 
W.— A I 3$IJ99* 1Sfl%r-l* Accomplished. 

siaw 9QQff o«©q1«ifl Cftifa* a$Q «W> ( 

9©ai«. sal©. 
-* I ©q1— 2, Victorious* 

* t ^OQIsfi— 3. Successful. 

giG<?. — (ei9»©iQ) 9.— si$ fl^qio^OT 391 

€$91$ — A title given to valorous Kbatriyas. 

»M>Q~6969. ?,—(«. er©9i 5 er%jl)— 91© 9 g9f 

Phatei q^f. $I6Q ^Jacket; Waist coafc 
«^ 3 *&& fe$Q— »©*%fl) 

0C0 9QQI— G9. 3.— (#- TO^—QOq)— e I ©^ 
Fhate katiba Q&9I; ©891—1. To win, 

q&TCTTT 2* To accomplish. 

* I 9I£H §$> 9Q9I — 3. To succeed in doing 

a work. 

<J9i Q©,00 ©IP! CTG© OQ CQ9— ^ 

9$? fl)— 6969. 9— <9W)— («i.€ra ( it,€r6©=^©^)— 
Phate khaS v i Q^fiR TOffM. 6S9I9Q— 
?T6© TO19 1 A victorious general. 

CT60 91^ J " ©9 aftsi «oai-oai 

*0©»HM, W««ll (< Q9Q •*# -«§ CSS — ©a^ 9IS1Q 
<K^f QG391Q ^6* Q9 ©<3 9*§Sr Q86Q £114 69 
QlflH 9369 ) 
> I tillQtiA q§ Olddiq 9i^ — 
2. A person with a big-sounding name. 

* I aqqj^S 6 «!9HQ3g 9^—3. A. person 

who Jives on the bounty of another and 

assumes airs. 

ff€© 6§9I— 69. §—?. I (9C6)J9IIl) ^ 699i— 

Phate heba 1. (one's wish) To be fulfilled. 

*TCS> SOTI > I (39931) d£fl 6991— 

qstgnr 2. (a case) To be decreed. 

xxxxq fltstq £rso e^ft 1 tra«6fli^if, «%?% 1 


«M 99(1© 6991^-^* T° bp W0D or conquered, 
(WI^-99£TGO 6991) 
v 1 3£$h9 6991 — 4. To be accomplished, 
(4811— 913 Sf69 6991) 
0O (at^)— *— OflQ 9Q91; 0€> 9Q9I— 

Pban (root) To- go; to move. 

€f©9 -SI69. (99«) 9— QOa— 

Phanasa Jackfruit. 

€f© — fllG9 v fq<VMa) 9— ^ I 03— l.!Fibrc. 

Phani 5 I ©$—2. Loom. 
960I9I&; — 6969.9.(Q .6£TI69[giET)-G9f6ig CII^QQ eflo^ 

PhanogrSph a99» €jqi96> 9€19I Q6T1© 3^; 

^=rt<Sft^ "^t^fmre gi6fll6erl9— Gramophone; phono- 
graph, 

[£-< 9a6Q ^9 696$ %Q$h WQ 69IQ991 
gsflQ QQ < G^QS? 9I9I69 l] 

ff#— 6969- 9- <«. ff^=="9^ €Qfel&s %«. «T. 9«Q) — 
. Phanda V I ff|Q ; Ql£* — 1. Snare; net. 

<K5^ 2. Cunning; artifice; stratagem. 

* I QQiq — 3. Means, 
v 1 9Q9WI — 4* Livelihood; 
#? 69. 9— 9I§>Q 91 9^€i OQ^l.iiiQ— 
^5 The broad rim or edge of a cup or well. 
ffQ.SOQ— G§69. 9 (« »+3©€l) -« I q&-€Q?«— .- 
Phanda phikara 1. Artifice; stratagexii. 

(Gr©499— «!9n%a) r l"Qal^— 2. Means, 
^ffr^^ * I «8991 9WQ ^31^; ^ — 
^{M(Fk49< 3. Means of living, livelihood. 
[£TQ 5909, £TQ §9qi— 9^9109 9*]' 

^©(69)^— 6969. 9. ( Q°. ff€W x )— 3%19i 69|©fiK9 
Phanda(ne)l 6®Q SI9 ^IQQiaiQ 9«*9?9 f^l OI9|ft|. . 
^?W G^Gr! (<19IQ Qa® qj? e qgj * ogg^ ^q?[g 69IQ 
^nr,*T q^ G9IQai^l) — Funnel for pouring oil 

into bottle* 
cftwft— S6Q..(9IGft«) 9—ETOQ (69*) 

Phanda li (£fQQ — HG^a) Phandal (See). 

ff0i-G9G9. 9 -(a. srw—Qjt gqIqo; er^— £tio ©iq,. 

Phanda c^q. ^ja. ^. 9«) ~^ I «9ft«lOi »fl^— 
^f ^T (er© — SlQi%,Q) 1- Refuge; shelter. 
c^tQ eQ»ifl^ g^ era r q$- ega qai^ i 
^ I qj^Q! — 2. Livelihood- 

* I «H99I .0^199 R9l«j, (j^— 

3. Profession; means of living; occupation- 


€TQl(€G)Q9l 


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0"G9Q GWf 


cq 9*si<3 ! ?r©ias ^o GtfQ l 9 we*. «calq ©fl^tf- «1o i- 
v I ^aiq — 4- Means. 

* I G9l319j 20GCJIOT— 5, Preparation. 
sgagal ^Q ffiq* q»6s gaiq vq*& <i9i <scft as>i i 

f> I ifWj G©?» — 6, Artifice; tact. 

9 I 9IC4 5 eriQ — 7- Snare; net. 

r | Q% SI© — 8. Policy diplomacy. ■■' < : 

9i§lQ SM§" <£a €9§ fliqiQ VTOI 9$, Qp I 

ti l.fllQ. Ergs*— 9. Crop. 

esi^ a© 6oq era, 9&19 i 

to I ag^j — 10. Shop; an exhibition of the 

commodities in a shop. 

931. — QQiQQ— Intert wined. 

98* 9. 391QQO*' ^ I 

€KM(69)QQI— 69- $*—^ I tfJftJ ©Q9I— 

Phanda(nde)ib5 , 1. To join together, 

<8*Ml 2. To engage, 

* I £FI© QQ Oai' 9QQ|- ©ai^ cai§>ai?)9a 

94IQ6J3ICI4 QQ 9§>9I — 3. To speak a 
matter in such a manner that it will be 
believed or it will seem probable, 
v ( flflflCtffr— 4 To make one agree to. 

a©|Q 0IQ9 9 9» fl^Q I Q?^Q". Q§I9£ ©^ I 

* t- 001391 — 5. To inveigle. 

999J&I. 9CSIIQQS . 0*. «10 I 

Phanda ]iba (($fc|S 9q) G*$ W 9iq 9<S>I 991— 
(ff<2i €991 — 3G*gj0} To be 'tied with a rope, 

€f© — e^N. 9. (*l. TO)—*. IGQ?a»— 

Phandi 1. Strategy; contrivance5 stratagem, 
^f ^N -> I cn99l— 2. Livelihood 

m I €^9J3Jj— 3. Cunning; machination. 
v I 9»Q; ^3|£| — 4. Means; device, 

* I £Jfl§© ^-"-S. Presence of mind a 
9 I 9I9M — 6, "Feigning; excuse; plea, 
9 I ai«5 €JQI^5 0£Jr>~ 7. Scheme; project. 


Phandi karibS 1. To beguile; to inveigle. 

3#f*H1 J \ GQf€Jft QQ9I — - 
Sffa ^?fr 2. To employ strategy. 

* I ^ai£j QQ9I — 3 - To employ means. 
€T® QI©9I — G9- 9. — £9fa£) 91 QQiq Q&I9Q ©Q9! — 
Phandi kardhiba To think out an expedient. 

Q , ©TOQ^e9OT.9.(<9ia r Qg : 3 , aQ)--€9T9aqgQaiq — , 

Phandi phik^ia ^^ft f^f%3 ^N^-cl Stratagem* 
SF^QIQ — CQ. Qtii.— ^ I caicii^so— . 

Phandibaj 1. One who makes preparations to 
'HrfaTS? %^"K bring about a result* 

(etQIQIC^ a , Ql9l© < ^»aQi^p) -» I Efe89lfij G«?aQl-- 

2, Strategic; artful. 

m I Qa§©9§SlG>1 — 3 - Having presence of mind; 

resourceful, 

» I G?l *»MUQ.flttTOI WI9 Q^S^ Qa^g Q3l^ 
2IQSW ©S€i — 4. One who takes to a 

suitable occupation. 

QQ® QQQ— 3IG9. (QIGSl^Q) W.— (§a. 9" G^ieiQ 
Phaparda dalala 9iqQ N =9Gfflaai GQQ)— W- — 

Ql^gJ SJ°C! 9W © OQ G99S 9I9GQ ET^ 
TO 9Q Q3I 9$ £1 1< 91 ^aG^a GQSJ ai<^ 
99^9^^ — 1J An irresponsible talker who 
1 gives advice gratis. 

-> \ Ga ssaio® q^GQ ^iQm-sjqm QGQj 9Gftaai — 

2. Officious- 

era© qq^— sigq. (9Igwq) 9.— sragi qqqq q^— 

Phaparda dalali The act of being on irresponsible 
~*" . talker; offieiousness. 

eraal— gq. 9.~Mer^ii tw«i) 

Phapani PhanaphanS (See) 

gggi— GQ. 9^1. - (ff. 41^ ^i^— ffftQI) — ^ I 9aQg© f 
Pbapasa % 6 ^QQI^J — Corpulent and weak, 

t*M*1; ^1^1 > I GQK3 (flit); agGQ G9fel9 

^rfV 9©^Q ,^IQ€R ©191 Q©Q^l aS^l<i> WmQQ— 

2. Porous (earth); hollow. 

GQ. Q.— («■ — 93 £T9)— CWM 3^ 
l#t*prK*Wrt ^ST Lungs. 

Phabei heba ^S ^Sil ©891 J 9^9 91 SSN ©ai ff 

GTG9Q G9IQ Ml Q§9I J ^ To talk of a thing 

which one does not know personally. 


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0$(#)8ai— w. ^— s*aa#i (©o<a)r^ha^pi»iB* 

Phampa(mpha)gi* £#&(#)«i— «©fl^0] (See) 

PbampS V t G3IQ; ta^Wlft^jj &M-' 

^M1 1. Hollow; empty? * 

<^BT,^W^T /! £r%$l — % PafEy. 
© — ^1©i £TQ— Inflation^ swelling: 

Phainp5(mpe)ibS 1. To inflate. 

^cTPTT 2. To blow up a thing with wind* 

* I ffWH-S. To swell; to be inflated, 

-.''■- . *• • 

€fg— €Q. (aW^) a— > I £TQ ETQ (Q&s) 
Phar ' ■ ■ 1. Pha,r phar (See)- ^ 

■-» ! CTSS (€<?«)— 1. Pharr (See) 

Phar-diosi The coart poet of Mahamud of 

3^sfl 1 aoqag Gbaani* 

g$w GOisi'Ofiqw 1 q& Gas gwi qcq siqsjq 

WSft I 0^^69^Q iJ^h3GQ ?fi§^©l^ gafiJQCS 

ssqq weft 1 ] 

Phar phar ^Q^ — ^ I a©Q| SJfitWjQ €9969 

(£T§9$ — SiQ^a) Q$9I 39 — 1. Flapping sound 

* *R ^ of thin things flowing in the- air*. 

<*5t TO OCT© G9€l CTO G^IQ 3£flCQ 

Q9 4 89 eoco sn^oQoae J 9I*V *W9C» «? I . 
-> I »Q€t^ <3^G9S— 2. Very; much. 

<s>ai— ca19.3ft.09) 

* I 21© ©3»j $QQ— 3 r Hastily, 

* \ 5flrf|Q ^G9— 4. Impatiently. 

€f§ft- gq. (yftWQ<a) a— * 1 ©g£q Q$a9ie> as^- 

Pbar-r 1. The flapping sound of a bird flying 

in the ait. 

[ <£~GS$ GG^Q Q§>9iQ «0% £J98 G9IQJ3HJ I] 

> I Sjctl €>§9iQ 39— 2, The sound prodnSed 

when a piece of doth is torn" up. 


3Q-^«9.-.4fc t%. tr»9)—OIQ— Shield,. 

Phara ':.«, qoq (GQfc S»l^ 6QQQQ Q&IQS 
-691% Q '|IQ€Qr Sf ^©KJffl)— ^^Friiit. 

Pharaka - i. Distance^ interval. 

<R^ 2* D^Serenpe; disorepa^cy, 

^ I, DiSerenfe; discrepant. 
/ I afiWli qa9^%^|fwate; distinct. 
« I qq_3^ Distant. 

«Q0«— W- M. (e. qa9y*'fftf^a^) — 
'* Pha*aka^a " ^. | QQ|qpt|^«QQ| . '691(9^91— 

Separated; parted from eac^ 
^ . "^ r other. 

% t Divergent; with the two e^wja -diverging 
■"■"■. from each other, 

9Qeti(6t)Q" <i«oi— w. $-— ^Q gcii$>$}l eriwiQr 

Phai%tata(te)i chSlibS jqq. €jftQl—Tp straddle; 
Wtffl* 6Tl to walk by keeping the legs diverging 
afn.«wsfl%< ^RfTT from each other. 

erQWi(€^)wi— w. ^~v.i^Q...*«i% ^*° ^^ 

Ph^rakat5(te)ibft 2IWilQ<iOI6|_ <19 gjJGQ qa» 
[a^tl(C«)Q9l— 3Gi%a] : ' OqQOt— t. '^o cause to 
^13 diverge from one another. 

2, Tci open; to spread open. 
* rtn^ €fl^ 9QQ|"^ ^° separate. 


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€FQQ*1 69191— G9- M..-S?— WQ Q^.^i^,^*! 
PharakatS goi^a srQ9?rl OTi^&Iro**? Having one's 
(&Qt\ GQI^OI— C©*^) v l^g 8 diverging irom each 

other;, bandy-legged* 
(tfQQsl GCtt^tl/ £TQ9%1 G«tlGQ^ ? fTQQCia CO^l, 

ffdS' gciiqI er©t1 wwf^-.cro^s^p^-^^l) 

ffQ0t(9l)— €m 9. («§)— VG^QQ^ 9Q9I Q8l"Q; 
Pbarak^ka) ®a^ fi^3^iq> 82Q ; ^»4 ^ 
^?tf1 ,/ ; €^H^^4 boring iastPftment . for 

- TOaff widening the mouth of a hole 


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Pharaka paka(ke)iba ^e| gQQ £§^ srQQI 9$- 
<}iq QQQI QQCQQI — To widen the mouth 

of a hole, bo that the head of a screw will 

fit into it. 

[ g — <8Q GGG* Q§ ©5SQ «K«HK>I 09© VWQ 
2$ 9IOQ qqqecf STOfi) G91Q Q§sai<J I ] 

erQ9is>i<5> wri— w, s>— Q°q© awiQ ^5*% Q$& 

Ph&rakkabada tank a goOQ GOfEMQQJ — 

SpWWf 1>W q^STOIf ^<rar Furukhabad rupee. 

erGjq- es. w. [e. sews* a. isi; si.ffQ| (8.a.)3 — 

Pharacha ^ | ^|©. gag. ©QQj — 
(TOI— aOH^q) 1- Broad; wide. 
^?R1 > I ^Q — 2. Fair, 

TTC^q^rT * I a%—3. Clearj distinct. 

* I S>&5 OM « — 4, Clean. 
qgQiaS) — 5. Manifest. 
20G«ae»— 6. Lighted. 

9 rolQQI€ — 7. Spacious, 
r 1 CJ^O— 8. Bright. 
§— S. ! S$IQ— 1. Manifestation. 
> I SflGQ^? — 2. Xfigbt. 
" • t Q© SlSS^l St^SI— 3 - Daybreak. 
v l QgftQ 6W — ^. Clearance. 

* I §§ QS>1— 5. Brightness. 

Pharacha(che)iba 1. To spread. 

■Tsprtsi ^ I G^Q QOTI — 2. To unpin; to open. 

3*0*1; q tfWMI • I 0991 TO9I— 3. To widen. 

- Pharacha heba CWI — Da^™; daybreak. 

■crQ^fia^QO— cow. 9- (*n)— W ( qsowMiiMr 

Pharad-oeab-rin 9S6Q) — The heaven ( of the 

Mahomedans). 

*eQQ— C$W 9- (Ot^— <Q Mil) — 
Pharada * » QTO Ql S^IIQ <1Q $$— 

g^-ll'., ■ 1- Apiece or standard sheet of 

gtf I ^ cloth or paper. 

^ [$*«,£* ^ ^'^^ v ^S 1 * ^° Q 3 ,G ^ 


^ t ©IQQI^— 2. List; inventory; catalogue. 
Pharanda Paranda (See) 

€TQ ffO— GQ- M. (an. VQ^, to —SIR) — * 1 QQiq— 
Phara phanda 1. Means. 

^ft 5 I -ailisq — 2. Shelter; refuge. 

^h<*h^ an 1 «n^^l— 3 - Livelihob&. 

•eTQTOI, ffQTO , v 1 ^i^Gg©> £>»5 « ,a ^— 

TOCTQ, TOffQl ( Q 4. Deceit, 

£TQ£TQ ? erefo ( ^ * I G*7siQ— 5 Stratagem 

srefai, a 1 ^© 

€TQ ffQ— GQ. '(a^QQQ^l) « (%». «. ^Q ETQerq^G©)- 
Phara phara t. I £T© £T© (CQ«) 

5^ ^ 1. Phar phar (See) 

(sraQ-T-tlGut^a) 2., Sound of a light shower of 

rain. 

CACUI 2Q SQ 5TQ «TQ *Qaa I OWSSW. 8^0 OOqaj t 

6QCIIQ Q< — 1. Swollen with pride. 
J I Q©9©8 «1^99^IG€1 991 211391 ©q^9» — 
2 4 Moving to and fro with pride; strutting. 

Phara phara A light shower; drizzle. 

jE3n^ l^ir ^ er«tf<3 *^o s^jwq 

cos* aiQ ©sis gg* §<] qq i ^swss? i 

^q ggjai—oQ. ^i, I*, (e. ErffQ=©aQ)— e. i eri©^- 

" Phara pharia ^. Light-hearted; braggart. 

(CTOTQ, srrfa« - ®$>^) 2 - Hasty; restless. 

*Wf T <re rr ^TT 3. Very thin; of delicate texture. 
€PQ(GQ)Q— G?GS>. 9.— C«©OT) (ffl. ETGQ9)— ao 3 
Phara(re)b 5eC^^ *^W ^a% - Deceit. 

ffQ(6«)Q£IQ^69N. W.(TO^ a >— (^l-KTCQWISl) 
Phara re) b-baj — t. t §«)IQQ — 1- Cheating, 

*M4 ' 44l W **vUi*iM deceitful; fraudulent. 

(ffGQTOlO— Wnqp) ^ I er©^»R— 2 - Artful. 


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39(GQ}$— G9GQ. 9<a. (Q©Qa) ($. erG9S0 — 

Phara(re)bi * | ejaiQgjia^ — 1. Deceitful, 
aw J - 5 1 snwwj— 

8TC99 > WGh^El 2. Fraudulent. 

STGQS! J 9.— t* I ©*99l— I. Fraud. 

*TC*ft J I 09l8; SQIQ61I— 
<b\4t 2. Deceit; trick; cheating. 

€TQ(6Q)9 91^91—69. $\ (9QQSB) — W99I 9Q9I — 
Phara(re)bi katjjjhiba To defraud^ to act 

^3?f^?ri <K*$ft £tal«Mi fraudulently. 

gQfll— G§€9. 9 — 9$ (GQ«0 

Pharama Pharma (See) 

gQflio^- G9G9. 9,— (at crQfliOj 90. 3. ^fli^ta^) — 

Phararnan v\ aq^SQIj qQQiej SIG99 g$~ 
*r^H 1. King's order; royal mandate: 

2. Sanad; firman. 

€rQfll9 x 999!§— G9G9. 9«. (erl ) — v I 8I4K»ciq (qqi) 
Pharaman-baradar 1. Subservient; obedient. 

ErQSII© 999l<33 1 _ 2. Carrying out the 

ETQfli 999l<3j j master's orders, 

erQflW®— G9G9. 9.— (at ersaiQg)— s. f asw 5 

Pharam5sa(aij QqQ — 1. Order. 

erQSiQa(3) } > i elty 0Qief Q«i 9Q9i 

ffQflMSKS) Wh%9 91 G3IQIQVI @3G$ 

£T^ICl(9) ) aWfl — 2. Special 

sRptfT order for the supply of a thing. 

e^fcsjH. ssaiq G&jt. <?to i 

^Rt^t Q4. — (ffl. £PQ^IQ€fl) — ^ I 2SG93 ^^QIQQ 
<KOTn^t g|Q 91 GQIQI G9IQ$9I— 1. Specially 

made or supplied to order # 
' t Q8^l — ^- Excellent. 

eTQSICI 9§9I— G9- * -— 1 1 9^9 9Q9I; G9fel9 991 
Pharamasa kariba a|Q 9GQ<a 28G9S G99t— 
^Wff^ll <MH14I 1. To order a special 

«W«QI I ^ thing. 

9Q9I — -2. To consider, 

_ ca ©saia ! ffQflra see aca I 

*.l SIG9SI 9Q9f— 3. To order. 


€TQflig %©IQO— G?GQ, «\ 9tf.— (ffl. .erQffl&« + 
Phararoasa mntabaka GSH9I99 )— 28G93 «QfllGQ- 
^^Tfa #fl*4W* To order; as per order 

ctq'o— GQ. 9«. <e. t^ai^)— 9|©— - 
Fharala Spreading; wide. 


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erQQff-e^G^. 9. (9°. g*^sr v ) — Q°qsii 99^ a§sta 

Pharalang 9CQ9; SIQ99 ?flO §JC1^«9 qci 3 9->c 
q*[> *i.dt*l (erfifsr v *-<l^«i^a) eis>— Furlong, 

€T9e^l— G9S9, ^ — (Q°. TC«I*)— ffTOI (GQ«l) — 
Pharalo Pharlo (See), 

-€f9Q<-G9. e*."(ff. 0QSIIQ)-— 0&— Clean. .. 

Pharaea WQii^awag g« o-Q9 i q<i i 

C^G9A(eri- 6 a. er<3 v ) — 9909^1 |9|q©^i^G9 

| ^<Tvt?5 9© ^Q9 — Floor-cloth. 
( &£— «ffiQ.a ) 

eracii— siw. (9°^«i) 9. («r. 99^; ^9. «. a'Qgi)— 

Pharasa ETI93I (GQ^-T'Fhara^s (See). 

eQg— G969. 9— (99a «©)(eru tos!) — g«qi^9I 6 

Pharasi ^QSJIQGQ G9^ ^°€1G9 9fiT«ll9 gffll 319 
^■" ax-wThe part or a medal, smoking pipe 
<M*n or ornament to which another 

portion is soldered. 

efQQ— w. 9 — (sp. eti. erqGS}fe9^9)— ssq<3~ 

Pharaka Forgetting. 

G9G9.9— f9°. 8Q) ^lGQ9 6 S^S? QQC^q ©a 
^^^t<P^ <T31^ q^j^ — Frock. 

£$19Q(©)— G9G9. 9^1— (a.^ffq^-— 9|3)— t I 9|9-- 
Pharakat(ti) 1. Wide; extensive. . 

ftrq«o[©)— ao«i%a] * I ©^9—2. Clear, 
^Wfa* * I gi99I€l — 3. Spacious, 
«h<l4kd v I qei9 N <j© — 4. Separated. 

9 I ^?J99 — 6. Plain. 
9 I9Q9I — 7. Broad; 

9 (a. erq^Q Ml q§— 1. Relief; release. . 
• ^3t<P^ ^ I 3939; 39919 — 3. Leisure. 
^CFSCfr * I $f — 3. Leave; vacation. 

4. Distinctness; separateneas. 


srqs© 


( '*k» ) 


ffQ ■SttS* 


WJ99(«)— 6§C9. 9. (£M. ai»si©j a. fflQqro— 
Pharakata (ti) q^ap )— ^ I q§ap— 1. ^ ed °* 

**«(*> ,-I^Qfl releaSe * 

3pfa^ 2. A receipt in full satisfaction or 

discharge. 

wmS * i caiQ 91 lg aio— 3 - °P en s P ace * 

4. Deed of acknowledgement. 
* I €19 a ^ — S. A deed of divorce. 

€rq9©— G9G9. ^— (eri. crista)— «. I gg— 

Pharakati 1. Released. 

crqp©«o 1 5 i (m. aq«> G<aiq ; Q«»§— 

ETq«Q f WiQfl 2. Opened; open. 

erqs©a * I (a.a*iQa<a«i) ®9a§> 9a 

Wt^ 3IQ$19I~3. Divorced. 

cFrcreRr * I (a. ergs) Si£> 9&^5 asp— 

4. Spacious.* 

eqo(Q)— 69C9. e*. (oeeia) (a. ffqs)—aoiw; 

Pharar(ri) GCTQQ — Fugitive; absconding. 

erqa-— G9C9. 9— ^ t (a.j*oa=9aai) %qgq 9H99I 

PharSsa 9© aw$ »€»— 1. A floor-mat. 

wfo > I (a. erg^s) ^9Q si© $3 Q€i9i eiSQ— 

qj^j " 2- Menial servant. 

: . ••rfiTI.er^'Q . $Q N > gr* CTO— 3. France. 

€ra«fl— e^w- w- < a°- 2i«-e^i«a^ ffi. a^la 

PharasI =glQ G©a) — gi$3 G9€l%— 

«t^t wrtfteft GrqSa— aoqqq) Frenoh. 

erqQQ 3%a aqcsq » qaioia- wq i 
6969, 9.— * I 3I« NS— 1. France. 
V I £IQ €9391*1 QS^— 2. Frenchman. 

ergo] @o^G9G9. 9. (ft . «ji«. SP; ffl - ww1$ — 

PharasI 4ajagi <. | gift G9QG) «Giq9 ^Si— 
TflpTClVl 1. French territory^ French posses- 

TOrefesr sion - 

«$$© ggn «094l <^«i 0OT 9siq— 

2. Obandernagore (a French town near 

Calcutta)* 

• I QiGQiQ^QGQ 319i erq«fl a*8« <« »&— 

3. Name "of a small area in the town of 

* / Balasore^ ■wfcich is in possession of^he 

French* 


$?ll G9W <9 S9!Q q^SJCII— 
4. A kind of fine cloth woven in 

Chandernagore* 

3Q— G9. 9.— (*- erQQi <j». a. ew=GSQi 5 ctw- 

' Phari qq)— <. I ff§> (G9S)— 1. ^ardi (See) 

> I QS a©gf; ©Ifii— 2. Shield. 
s»a a^s>s»H eg seal q3 i 

• I ®§TO 9h9$© ffGSQQ 3$ 91^3 9fl%. 
aW q3 QeS9l S« — 3. A wooden cross, 
which holds up the stick of a spindle. 
£rQ2fl9{^)— €9. (99H) 9.— OTQ9 ^ (G9«l)-^ 
Phariada(di) Pherada 1. (See) 

^a1e^9 «s?^s> €ftiq$ c^ie^ «^ ^TQaQ I 

CTQ®— 69. 9 — CT€l9iQ V (€9«) 

Pharika Pharikara 1 (See) 

ffQ ©a— G9. 9.— SIQ9% erQ G«1©9! G9GQ ^iq 

Phari kachha 69» ^91 GTOq, 98 aG9 €«|8 
g^l a mode of tucking up the front end 

of* the loin cloth towards the back (likfr 

sword-players.) 
g , €)S»9l~G9, 9.—^ 3^ q_9l^9G€l^— 

Pharikana" A sword-like weapon. 

(TO9I— aoi^fl) 
erQQI— flICQ. (9IGQ«.Q) 9.— ffWIQ (G9») 

PharikS Pharikara (See) 

erQ9iQ—G9G9..?i- (a. erqQ— cSfiw)— «. 1 ©^ 6 «^f 

' Pharikara aQ9l 9H^— 1. SwordsmaD; a person 

*fwfa, vR^W armed witn sword and 6,ni8ld - 

> I GMI> GW«i9Q — 

2. Army; a body of soldiers^ 

* I tf?>9IQ (G9«l) -3. Phardikara (See) 

j'fPhari khela Sword-play. 

ff€! G«S9I— G9- S-— «SH?1Q €<a&9l— 
Phari khelibS To play with swords. 

g$ ai9— 69. 9.— «fpQ €<ai» 91 oiia— 

Phari mana Scabbard; sheath of a sword. 


( *J»1 V ) 


>T^€|I 


895r-G9G9. ■*. ( ffi. )— qjasaw a&us, aoaiGQ 

Pharista" „ G9fo§ 9l£i 9&WIIQ; ,9^9, G9Q9 §9— 
^*f?Wl A Divine messenger; angel (of the 

* ; M^RVWI Mahamedans.) 

<€r$€fl^-G9. 9.— (3. ©9 s aqp9-»93MQ©9l)— 1 f -Qlo 

"FfaaruS 91 ai§9 ^Q&flaqg GGUfi%-fU$>j ©91 

C^tfel 1- A gallipot; a small circular box 

ifigW, 4»4k4l*f with removeable lid. 

erQasQ qq 9gwqs «« «<a ckw2« t 

«e^i. ecaioos^ a*- alo i 

* I €1(9 — 2. Hole. 

* I GQ9— 3, Wooden pin; peg. 

s v i 6«««q«1 Q<*l;"a«W»K31 9«w— 

■4v A nail with an umbrella- like top. 
9?I*GQ tf§g| G9IQS aifl §19 I 

#gqqjq©hI9)--g9G9. Q- tal.) - TO^QOiW (G9<3) 

, Phareb (etc) Pharab etc. (See> 

SfGQ^ — C$G9- 9. (Q Q >~* I ^i MS*— . 

Pbaresht 1- Forest 

*TC3§ , <E*B -> l"QS9 QSr9 — 2. Protected forest, 

^SQ%GU©J^)— G9G9. 9. (Q°)— 9§9W9 ©aQI Ql(3 
Pbaresht glld(r4) &qg §2891; M9 9$«>— 
^ft?tF5 Wll^ Forest guard. 

^tcq^ siqisq— 9169. ( qqftgs ) 9 — £tcq%cii9 9i 

Pbaresht nakSghara ©cfQQ QqaOSIGO Q§9I- 

QfiklOQ (6a$OI€Q" G3SICQ ©€N% CIIQ G£»9I 

9h^9WOI^ qfijj «D9l£j 9Q§)) — The room 

where the forest guards keep watch and. 

realise tolls for forest produce, 

ff«J^SQ*Q— G§€Q- ^.te'J-OT ©GP99 ©9991 
.. Pharesht renjar Q& Q&tq — Forest-ranger. 

#^(<fci)$— G9G9, S— (Q°J— Q9Q QCT9Q ©§19819© 
Phareshta(sh$a)r 91 §j9gig 9^^— Forester. 

«£— GQG9. fa) £— <> I 9$9i 9#— . 
Pbarj ^ *f$ J, Duty. 

3 1 Q^Q9!^^2/Responsibility. 

* 19^91— 3. Imagination. 

«oC$)©a— giw. < €19919) <w ' v— ©a£> gq© 

Pharda(rda-)lift G9lti< 9Sfq $?IQ §919 919*1,19 

£&Q(tfl)GMh-^jQ 9§ qea-^A person who 

1 ;: ^ ' repeats a matter several times. 


£, <* 


ffQ(fi!0».G»9l-rfl!G9. («e>pJo) S— GOftKI 9aiq 9^- 
- Pbarda(rda)ii heba 91Q qq\§ 91 9GOQ9Q 9§9!~ 

To repeat a thing several times, 
€r€fQ(g)-e- $$l— (f^o ai$-»|p$ aiQ9i+9$.«5 
Pharphara(ra) ©3109)— 3l£*g otOj ©aft— fc 

Restlassj hasty; very brisk. 

Q^QQ— 3. Q ( |6^ ai%+fl«|Ca. §9 )— 
/-, Pnarpharika vi OGa* 5 ^191— 1. Slap.^ 

2. New tender leaves* 
* I 9%®i^-3. Sweetness. 
v<\ q^jOl — 3 f Mildness, 

j, PharpharikS LSh&S; 

> I Of G9I©!— 2 Sypper s . ^ 

ffrf?i %9l<ft— giw. (wags) ^— ffl«9«i ^gsSi ^i«- 

Pharphas§|ku^aer||An axe to cut earth. 
" &$— CQQQ. 9 (Q Q j— ©9"^ 9^^ €031091. 9IQ Qq 
Pharm 9^1 saipg^i 91a©. ^IQfl— 

^ WOT Form; tabulated form, 

Class in a school, 

otfi— g?g<^. 9 <Q°, Ggfli-ewh-^ I m— 

Pharma 1, A mo>aJ4, 

^ I (Q<\ Gg^ N ) 99Q ^QaiG« 93 £110^91 9IOQ 
^9— 2, The frame set round a picture. 
* I (8QI4JI9I) m\ . GWj- QIQ g«0 G9IQQ91 2I99Q nn- 
, 3. A form in printing. 

ff^Gf— WG9. 9 fe°)— 9Q^ QQ^Iel; 09 «|QS$9 Si%qi^ ; 
Pharlang ^>o et©— One eighth of »£nile. 

£TGQ»— G§GQ. 9—9^9© ^«5i ©991 qQ9J<33 9^qr 
PharLo m\ G990GQ 9Wf Old" $? — Furlough.^ 

€T»(ai^)— «— v 1 a99l— 
Phal (Jroot) I. To bear fruits 

* I 91«iJ G99I— 2. To be aeoom^iahed; 

* I €^<?q '9QQI — 3". To fructify; to fertilise. 
.v 1 €|qo 990| — 4, TO go. 

* 1 GQ9 9991—5, To pierca. 

. 9 \ V$% 9Q9I— A To divide. 


Phal-s5 


feutea Frondosa (tree). 


tV C- :'£ V 


( -*so ,) 


erTO 


«fi^9l — SI€Q. (WMLQ) ^~ ©&; y lff m eiQQ qq — 
Phal-ha Seedling. 

Phala . ot 91 Ql©.Q§1i Q|— 1, Fruit 

[ 9— CIS WGQ ga£3 ETQ aGQ 6 9GQ ©§% 
TO QqQ §< I G9§aTO 9^GQ TO 6 QiKeraq. 

91© 6 8IQ, Cl9fl €0«?%aq«l G9IQ3M I G9fa§ 

GQfa3 erase Gait < sie sift 21x13 G$tei§ GqTsi@ 
£TQ€Q <©WQ quo eil<I 6 $Q WCQ 9$ Ql» 

aw I ] 

J I SSJIG— 2. Offspring. 

* ') G9fa9 $qis aQeniSj sjq^ 9g— 

3. Kesult; consequence; effect. 
"* I OT&— 4. Crop.* 
* I Q.Q — 5. 'Gain; acquisition; benefit. 
. ^ 1 £>|A — 6. Settlement 

S> I Qisas §<$ j QGQCH 3<^ — 

7. Fulfilment^ accomplishment. 

r 1 q^% aff — 8. Riches. 

H I QWi ^M> — 9 - Affluence; blessing; 

prosperity. 

e o I gG^ITO; 9m99IQ— 

10. Necessity; utility; use. 
^ I q^i-^11. Happiness. 

19 \ QQQ— 12. Answer; reply. 
x* 1 qQSUQ — IB. Reward; recompense. 
. A * |©ift— U. Shield. 
^* I ffMj 09I; atl — 15. Plate; plank. 

16. Blade of a weapon, 

17. Tb& head of an arrow; dart; barb. 
%S~ 1 M=Q $$1; CTIfi — 18. Ploughshare, 

^d I pEffllj 9^1, 919.191 ^ «« 01— 

19. The three myrobalans, 
M ©1QSTQ— 20. Nutmeg. 

>£ 1 qS© g^gslQ 9lqi°gi — 21. The solution or 
result of a mathematical problem or 

calculation. 

uaai— 1 1 Gaiciffft— i* § um ; total . * i qqs{\q- 

v ^a-2. Difference, an | qgrcra— 3. Product. 
-* 1 qaffQ — 4 - Quotient.) 
3 | $€}§j 8^"~22, Menkes. 


-** I .Q]Q— 23. Gift; present. 

->"* I GS^erfi) — 24. Area, 

-»* I (TO SlSfe) 3fllQM— 25. Equation. 

9£> i (gotqs) giqq sateen — 

26. (Astrology) The equation of a planet. 
55> I 9J5j SigGSIS— 27. Testicle; scrotum. 
>r | «^3 G99Q3GQ Q$$ 9^QIQIQ fll°33§ — 

28. Tumour. 

j*. \ gqT«i9 qi&q Q§ Qi;qaqiQ— 

29, The reward or punishment for an action. 
*° I WIQ (g- -St.) — 30. Skeleton. 

<*? I (ffTO GOT©<3) GJ93W ^Sq £)9a© 91 

31. (Astrology) The effect" ( good or bad) 
of certain conjunction or position of 

planets. 

** l.QflWldGQ W© ^$1 ©Q (a. a.) — 

32. The points drawn on a die. 

»* I 3Q0% g®QI$ (8. €».)*" 

33. Eequital; retribution; remedy. 
*v I'sqq (§j. 3.) — 34. Influence. 

«a, OTVefllfl) fe. -9.)— 35 . ( Ptiloaophy) 
The fourfold result of one*s good actions 
in the world; summum bonum o£ human 

I existence. 

(§. 9.) — 3 ^ fc The result of one's acts in 
a previous existence. 

37. Kakkola (See) 

<»r | syaQ «si%|Q9l9iq 9Q9I QQ 91 %5>— 

38. Profit or interest on capital (Apte), 
wcj | QtyQ g^Q— 39. Progeny (Apte). 

v « I'eSqaSGQ ?^ Mil — 40. The second 
term in a rule of thr^e sum (^pte)* 

-*\ i ^93 a©iG^f%^ (a . a.)™" 

41. Wrightea Antedysenterica (creeper). 
GQ. 9—?. 1 Qdi— 1. Good luck. 

> I q.^H— 2. Religious merit. 

aes?s gqsq casf era? §&3 1 qs« 9. swaoo ao 1 
gQQ—^^ 9> (sra+siG^T. «)— ^ 1 oi«i— 

Phalaka ' " ' 1. Shield. 


Crft QW 


( +919 ) 


awd 


9 I a^l — 2. Plate; plank; tablet. 

* I T9TO a§) 5 ffQ — 3. Blade of weapon. 
"*-! 9ai»9"«S — 4 - Brow-bone. ; 

* I G&IQI €1^ €3$ a$lG$ cai9l fi)4l $169— 
5. Washerman's plank. 

9 I Old COQQ — 6- Meaua Ferra. 

9 I 9Q99 (g. Q.)— 7. Palm of the hand, 

r I ^99 (fj. a.) — 8. Sheet. 

"* I TO — ^. Fruit. 

<° i «*$ qq (g§ §eigq GqG9 qa§) (§. a.)— 

10. The back or ridge of a bedstead. 
U I Gfl©3 GS9Q («. 41.)— 11. Table. 

&rft$$i9 — a. 9. (s»53l§5er»+Q^9)— * i aaa (§,o) 

Phaja karjtaka 1 # j ac k fruit. 

> I G«o aiaQi^ gq Gainst (§. a.)— 

2. Oldenlandia Biflora (plant). ~ 

era 9eii — G9. s>. (*. erft+Qai) — * rg$a 9s^j— 

Phala katha 1 1. Actual fact, 

^sj ^«N 3RT era Sal <js>© »|S^ | gaieio. ecroi 
-I I G3S TO— 2. The -result. 

£T« Q9»— SICT. (Qgfl) 9- (WOQ QQ)— frgop— 
Phala kandala Fruits and roots. 

ffOQQ-SQ. § — ciqq era g^ci 9991 9^ sqq 
Phala kara g^Qiq^ G9SI aMf— Bent paid for 
**l^ the enjoyment of the fruits of a tree to 
^wni*. the owner of the tree. 

eraoift— *. w. 4" fero + 9flai^ao9 9\9 a$+ 

Phala kfima g<$. g)— 9§© ©fe ^ 9l39iqg} 

(sr»9ial— wn^a) ass aiQQi^Qso (9*a) — 

(Er99lfll— %1) Desirous of the fruit of one's action. 

QQ 91391— *. 9 ( $><$! ©« . £70+91391 J— ©Sfcfl 

Phala kamana $99ia«iQ go QIQ9IQ «K»— 

The hankering after the result of one's 

OWI-ff- 9 (£r»9+aS «fl€Q, QO-^flL V9)— TOSls 
Phajaki , A kind of flat fresh water fiah. 

(ffWWi— *l) Arme^ with a shield. 

oee^SQ-9. *. ( 939,*, ero+wsQ )— 99a QQ 

Phala kesara ( «Qg )^The cocoanut tree. 

croeoiQ — a. 9— agcQis— • 

Phala kosha Testicle. 


CrWfc— ft (QQi) ^-^ (W«) 
Phalagu # Phalgu (See) 

Phalagrahl Q©J-©3 ,C9fel8 QgcjQ M 993 
(Er»9l§tf1 — ^1) QGQ — Enjoying or reaping 

(erOGqal— a^^Q) the fruits. 

Phalaehhi A small house; cottage. 

ffQfiii(»i) -WG9. wp (en. crili) — aqp— 

Phalana(na) So and so. 

^^^L . ^ I aq9— *L. So and so. 

*MHl GQG9 q_3w OQ« ORQIQ «©SQ GO^ %C| ag OS€« 

[5 — G9?<5l3 9S^Q 9|9I Qn«l 9$ » J3IQ <|g €19 
Q<&f2> %< I 39191 ^ 3ETCI qh^9 9IGfll9lQ«l 
9W a^CTQ <3G^ G9IQ G^fd9 ««39 fl9^*«QI«W 
0151 QSlQtf 9 9Q GQS9 'ff^l* 9i^ G9JQ 9@GQ 
WCg GCtfi 9i9tt.03qQe&9 1-] 

t 1 ag9ta*t-( 9^ )— 

1. Unmentionable ( matter ), 
.9 I ©q9n (981)— & Dirty (matter). 

• I 2ialQ ( €19 )— 3. Indecent (word), 
€FQ©*— «T. «. 9<(0 , O + 9^>— ^ j ff«€%9j|©S i 9|jfH0» 

Phalatafe l. I n effect; in reality. 

3 I G9SGC? — 2^ In. the end;. ultimately. 

• 1 S$©GQ — -8. Virtually; indeed. 
era*q-s. 9— ^ 1 ( G99i9 ) Serai* 9091, 919191 

Phalatraya «9dl — 1, The three myrobalans. 

5 I (GW999) « , gOQiJ 6 G€HQ «9— 
2. Dry ginger, -blackpepper and long pepper. 

eras— e. m. %° (aa+9i*'ai^+94. a)— *s3i9l era 

Phajada 9^— Producing froit; yfeldhig fruit; 
(ff©*l— aj) fruitful. 

9, — ^9 — Tree. 




I— «r. 9«. i° (M+^q;'aio=e<ra^+9«|.Q9)- 

Phala darsi ©a QQQ CTQ^ G9G«— 

( er»9«?a — qjl ) Looking for the result or 

consequence. 


ffftQra 


( +K9 ) 


£TQQ^ 


QWidi — s. 93. i*. (sr»+9i ai§+©Qj vai. vs>.)— 

Phaia data GS G9?«§ 9lsf<iQ 8ft 94— 

ftTQQIgil — %l) Awarding 'the fruits of an action. 

[er»wsj(9i)-- 9] 

PhaiadSyaka Phaiada (See) 

ffQQiql— gq. w (to+qi ai^+g&Qa «« 19. )— 

PhaladSyi ^qq (G9S)— 

[^QQiqffl— a], eWl£©i(^) - 9] Phaiada (See) 

90 8QQI -G9. 3— TO91; ($SI9) OWS G3IQ9 G99I- 
Phala dhariba ^Sf*if?|T 4wMI To bear fruit. 

qqq— 3.9 (M N ai^+q9-ao)— 1 1 3091* eresiqiw- 

Phalana Production; yield- 

5 I £1999- — 2. Giving birth to, 
* 1 a|S QtTftl — B. Fracourtia Cataphracta. 

Q«9l(®)— GQ. w(*. erTO)-£r^9l) er»iqi99 

Phalantfi(nti) QQ^9I -* Frutt-bearing; yielding 

fruit, 

CFQ^i— G9. 93— <. I g^lfl £199 9^91 MI)— 

Phalanti 1. Bearing children. 

*TO -> I £H» 399 9%q9l ($9)— * 

q^TrTrfSTT 2, Fruit-bearing, 

QQQ— Q\Q® (©ft9l «») 9— 9QQIGQ 0^91 9GTIQ 
Phalanda qqq 91 #q g$j — The edge-beam of a 

boat (plying in the Chilka lake). 

€ra-«Q9i— e^. ^— 1 1 qs&iQ aiQ9i> gr atQ9i— 

Phala paiba 1. To get one's reward. 

2- To get one's deserts. 

€fffi€ll9l$l($)— e. 9 (€TO+ai9—«l©9l+«9— qGl)— 

Phaia pSkSnta(ota) &» QI96Q ©3^^ 08 9MM; 

(§cg^ — Annual plants* 

[ 5 — aio, 99fl^ 9i^a sqqq era al©GR gs 
sroqej -s. 9 (ff»+qs)— e. i qiosi,— 

Phalapura 1. Pomegranete. 

( TO999— WfiHiqp ) 9 I sq Q^— 

2, Citron. 
fiTfiflG— *. 9<d. 1°— ( TO +9+91 ai^+SsfL a) 
Phalaptada n M9Itff; '"£rC0l999 — 

1, Bearing or yielding fruit, 
( ffOfltt— < ) J I &19IQ^ 
£t0£|9l9l i — q»i 2. Effective. 

«rafl9rf— %] J^*3? [st^99l(«0— 9] 


TOGjI^— $. 9 (^QO^ETQ + fllg) — QI5H 9gQ fll§— 
Phala prapti Achievement of one's ainu 

CTO ^(GQ)€J— 3IG9 (9IG«»Q)-S (WQflP ^3 $». 
Phala phulu(2o)ri 9. Eti%r$Q )— QQ9ia§) — 

erȣT6fcQ } Fruits etc; kitchen 

W f "^ vegetables. 

€T«Q9— G9. 9a (*. er»9IQ) — 1 1 e?QGQ b| — 

Phalabanta 1> Full of fruits, 

[sra^K^D— %1] 2. Bearing fruits. 

* I ^STQ — 3, Successful. 

e<$si «W9 qftsv wi— ^99<f». esenq o*- f ^ «1o i 

£fQqQ v — e. M. ^(sTft + QQ ai%+9lj. 9^ ifll. ^9)- 
Phalabhak gOQCfl (G9fll) 

PhalabhagI (See) 

ffOQdl— *. 9S1. g? C'ffQ+Q& ai^L+9S|. Qff; €511. 
PhalabhagI ^9 ) — QQtfigqcil — 

( eraqS'SI— <l ) Sharing the fruits or 

[£Tffl)q39l(^)-9j results. 

ero^o— «. W. V (TO+«^«St+9^.«,a > Wl- 

Phalabhuk ^9)— GQ era 4IQ gl^l aiQ^l 

QGQ"-* Frugivorous; fruit-eating, 

€tq eqa— fl. 9 (^ ©©J M GQJSl) — 0©^© 9$Q w- 
Phala bhoga 984II9Q Sg%® — Experience of 

TOG^Ql— 1° ) 91^9109 ^ g° od or bad efEecfc 
er^Gqci^— d j ©GS'asi of one's actions.. 

er» ^3—^. 9 (^i1 ©«; 90+$? )— ^ » ®^ Q s^qq 

Phaia bhumi g|9— 1. The place where a man 
experiences the result of one's action. 
J I §jQ©9^f («Gog)— 2 - Iudia - 

£p£)q<si— «. © (^^1 ©«ls to +q<a)— TOaiQSl (W«)— 
Phaiamukha Phalodaya (See) 

(£TQlQ«l-«fi>i39) 
g» 991— GQ. 3— ?. I (««0 ^^ qe ^ *W ! i 9< ~ 
Phala jib^t 391 — ;said of a cow) To take to a 

2. (a female animal) To be pregnant, 

er« €a^— «- $. (^ ©©» stq+^i^)— 

Phaia labha Q^SHQGilj flGffl9W9§ — 

(TO §$— ^iQ^a) Fruition; realisation of one'a 

desires^ 


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etqniq 


(erRSIIQCn— til) Fruitful; bearing fruits. 
[ffQaiGOK^) — $] 

Phaia sruti i | ©©$© 9^3 %q g^ gQ^j-^ 

1. Hearing the result of one's action. 

J I 0IWIO 6 a^lrfslQ QGQ © tTfflQQ $« <9IQ 

QQt® — 2. Statement of the advantages to 

be gained by doing a meritorious act. 

Phala hfini v | qq q owi^sq— Loss of fruit. 
(TOaq— ZQVqQ) J I SKjQQ|&©| — 2. Failure. 

TO9IQ— s.w. i°. (era. $ ai$+o<$. q? ; vsi. ^9.)- 

PhalahSri $q «09Q«3iqii eg ETQ SQ9 ©GQ — 

(SWIWI— til) Gathering fruits. 

0G>|— GQ. 9. ( S- GTQ5 TC>Q )— * I Qiftff QfiGQ a«*i 
Phala -q^q q| e qg eWQ n ^, m ^ 

Wt 2I9QGQ q$ G9QI Q«> Q$Q §Q— 

1. The sign added to a letter to make 
a dipthong or compound consonant. 

[ §— mi— flroi^QTOi-ipaieQ es>Gciif gai- 

GWI©Q^q|^l C91Q9K I j 
V I (3. £W) €iqg — 2. The head of an arrow. 

* I £TQ; ©|Q— 3 Shield. 

* I €ty9$ qg q«r-4. The fine edge of a 

weapon. 

OT. 9—* I (QIQ9Q9I q«ai) QIQ GlQiQ ClCfllOQr^ 

WIOTI €11*31 — l.The branch or secondary 

shoot of a betel creeper* 

-» I STSI (CT«)— 2- Phala (See) 

€T«|— w. 9. (s. aw)— «q 6 «giQ a^ qis>— 

PhaJS The blade of a sharp weapon. 

€roi(s<s)Q9i— w. i (s. era aiq^ ewiq 3©$)— 

Phal5(le)iba ^ | ciqsq Oft Etf&iq QEirq $QQI— 
TOft 1. To cause a tree to bear frnit 

2. To make the colour of a picture grow 

distinct* 

* I cefaS sssp 3©Q1 $>| Qqiq-^Wl— 

3. To throw out a hint or suggestion. 


v I ETGGQ GQOIQ GWI* STO «qQQi— 

4. To show by results. 

gqqsq a|a oiq ©sw flt?»g i qyiffia- a^iai i 
* l QflN tilQ €1Q GWIQ SJQ€IQ QQ9I — 

5. To cause a barren woman to bear 

children. 

toioioth— sr.9. (fql oo; Ero+agi°ai)— era oiqqiq 

Phalakanksha ggi — Desire to get the fruits 
ffQIQISl-a* ) _-^ rt ^««^ or result. 

Phalagama v | # q GQ<5ilQp| ; EfGQIQ^— 

1. Appearance of the fruit or result. 
> I QQ99IQ — 2. Autumn. 
« I €ISGQ 0Q GQ3IQ9I gq^— 
3. The season or time of a tree bearing fruit. 
^ffQI$ — e. Q. (Q^Qlg) efQ+a^; M aaosi a qa 
Phalanta flGQ)— 9I^€I QQ— The bamboo, 

TOIGQQI— ff. 9. ( 9*& ©©; tKa+acaai)— oo siqqiq 

PhalSpeksha «Ktl — ^^Bzpectation of the fruit or 

Phaja phala 1. Success or failure; good or bad 

result. 
•> I G^Ca £Tft — 2. Consequence (good or bad.). 

€NS>l€!0— e« W, %*. {ETQ+«JQ feJ|^«=fll|Q9l + 9^. 2lfi)) 
Phalasana eTQl9!Q! (GQO)— PhalahSrJ (See) 

(STQI^QI — 41) 9.— fl9 ail— The parrot. 

€TQl€fl— a. m. q°.— (£TO+aa % aig_=Qsasi qqqi+q<| # 

PhalasI QQ. tfll. €^>-) — CTQI^lqj (G9«) 
{gQlSffl— til) PhalahSrI (See) 

€r«S|@IQ— ff. ©.— TO «I9 flBQOI- 3Q ^%j© aSWETQIQ 
Phalahara Gq$Q — Fruit-meal; eating fruits 

only. 

ot. ^>.— era 6 9%iiw ^9©ai€iGQ 9y, 951 6 

©BfcQMQ Q9»3I — A meal of fruits 3 sweets, 

milk, curd, parched rice etc on fast days. 

^^ [3— 2fl^G93Q <9WA ®Q ^a^l^GQ £T»I9IQ 

9goq w fl^M aw 1 ] 

PhalahSri Subsisting 01^ fruits only. 

(ooHrlM— til) -(cro»i«oi -Q) f 


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Phali gsiQ ©fcSI Q|©$99 N SIS— 

^fe; *F^? A kind of flat fresh water fish; Noto- 
<K5ft, <5^$ pterus Kapirat. 

[©— <9I €1Qq1 Q% H | <JQ|Q QOQ ©©Q QQ GOQI * 
«§ €fl% I «WQ<Q 919% 99 ffQ G9«!l kl< 9\i I] 

€9. 9.-7 (s* aw)— a«9 91 ©$2i$ $q 9gi% 

G9IS QQg91 9*1 «$g!Q— The plates joining 

the two shafts or beams of a bullock 
cart or the 2 arms of a ladder. 

■•0«— -fllW. (WWSOr? — (o fllffW Q "QeiQtfl)— 
Phali CTO (e<?«)— Phali (See) 

€Tft© e. 04. (as fqgica qo>— c 1 attq$; cr» 

Phali ta &Q99I; G9§ tyBQQ; ^ftrSCQ— 

I. Bearing fruite; fruit-bearing. 
*> I gerS) — 2, Fruitful. 

* I Efft <3?^91 — 3. Fulfilled; successful. 

4. Helping to interpret the future. 

* I Q^O— 4, Involved. 

-era© center— s. 9.— gs§ gsm©^ giq s§s<i 

Phalita jyotisha «tl9QQ Q9<a«*S> QMKUOTr £16191 

©qal< — Astrology. 

Q$ai« Oi^€lS9 Cfi?Hl©^-^Astronomy-CQIQai<l] 
-ffftQi^-e. 9. "(erfai)— «. 1 «*«<«#; g§© aef; aa — 

P'halitartha 1, Gist; substance; purport; actual 

meaning, 

> 1 spiato (mw$) (G9«> — 

2. MOlIdhSra (See) 

3. Essencej epitome; principal part- 

er«>G — s. w- (to yi%+QQ)— era© (gqsi) — 

Phalina Phalilsa (See) 

£f&Qi— G9. 3. (tf . era ai$) -a 1 m> aei9l; aroqg 
Thaliba G99I — !• To bear fruit; to fructify. 

q^r ■ ' ess&t: serto l 

^ I siero G99I5 $©9f& G99I— 2. To succeed. 

W3i SQ^ 391 e* el* ©q«si 

$lft9lGTl QQ 5TQ CTOQCQ I 

, , *•■■■.-'■" *> 

« l.sjlQqg.GOTl— & Xo be. r profitable.. 

* I G99GQ (OisfSQft 6 §« <W) 9I9IQ9I— 

4. To come out of the body (as eruptions). 


* 1 $q9 9§9i G9§% (aa9G«ra) $1© €99*-= ■: 

6. To get swoollen on account of carrying 
loads (said o! a part of the body). 

. <q3 e^oas QiPQio qeiciGQ ■ ■ " _ .. 

* i (ai$a ^9 3 ^l) «9i» sw 9^1— 

5, To bear offsprings. 

f I £T» §QIO WSl^l — 6. To give fruits. 

%Q acQ aal qiq qsfl - qsnew. ^ogl gvw 1 
9 1 qiAqq 0f9i— 
7- To happen; to take place. 

©q&q ffQ| ?ro^ gqes — ^1^9^ 8$ig«© qq I 
r I 8991; §19 GOT— 

8. To be foundj to be attained. 

,* i ^qQ GW; (era) ^g_©9i— 

9. To ensue; (a fruit) to be produced. ^ 
9191Q a^saa aici «g ga 

troa ae-g* y@ QQ19 oiq^o t 93909 fl9»Q«o '99 1 
S1G9 (95\QiQ) « - (aiSJ W) €1W« 8991— 
(a beast) To become pregnant* 

Phali 1. A medicinal plant. 

1 2 I £f£> flIQ — 2. A kind of fish- 

* I 8IS,Q €fQ — 3. The blade of a weapon. 
v ! fl^Q—^- The head of an arrow. 

* I Ra» q^l— 5- Plough-share. 

9 I GS1M9 (S- €l)(G9«!) — 6 Syonaka (See). 
9 I a«SlS (g. fl)— 7. Jack fruit, 
r I «fl^9l (§. .a)— S- Hog plum. 
9^»- 9* — sr®© (G9«t) — 
(ETGGH- <0 Phalita (See). 

^fGQg — e.9. ($>«fl oo^tro+Qg)— 99 Qigj q©»ig— 

Phalendra A large species of blaokberry- 

[«9i «. Q IS— QQ; qW*k WlffOI; ^QQ^I, ?l9l©i\, 

€fG«IQq— «. 9—^11 9©5 gfl+€J9^)^V I £TQ 
Pbalodaya q§ 9| tgj^gi — 1 , The appearence of 

the fruit or result. 
-M QQ— 2. Gain; profit. 

* I «BQQ; q^ — 3- Joy; happiness, 
v | qd — 4. Heaven; paradise. 

* I QaeiQ— 5. Benefit. , 


ffCft^ 


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mot - 


CPGQi^— ^. §—($><$ efej -Eria^%8^-^i i G«fa3 

Ynalotpatti ##Q ffQ 3$9I— L The ensuing of 
[&G£Hf QG»— 9Ga£( ^GSSt] the result of an 

ffCftialW — a." ? action. 

ETO a^Qi — 2. The coming out of fruits in 

a tree. 

** I (9$^L§) WflSr- 3 < Tne mango' tree. 

Phajopadhayaka flQQiq^ g|<3»| ETQ 9<5!<j M- 
[gTGQlQai^QI— 41] ©9Q— Fruitful* fruit-bearing; 
(ETGSIQatQ — SCSISIH) producing result. 

Phalgu 2l$gqfife>f GqiQGSS — 1. Name of a small 

river in Gaya. 

[9— < siQ^jQ wiq asaiiGQ Sww^Ss QtSfelM.l] 

J I 9fiM 9#! — 2- False words. 

* I $31 91 99IQ QIPh — 3. Unnecessary or 

unsubstantial speech; useless worda. 

v i 'a<kfe raiftag ©J) srq,— 

. 4, Red powder used during the Holi festival* 

* i 93$ 9I»— 5. The spring season. 

6. The opposite-leaved fig tree; 
ff, 9a— t I Q®— 1- Despicable. 
^ I ^q|Q — 2, Worthless* useless. 

* I GIQ3 — 3 . Juiceless; sapless, 
v I dl£L; Sj?0— 4. Week; feeble. 

* I 3GWQ> 3$Q"— 5. Beautiful; handsome, 
firfi^Q--*. Q— (««JI ©© ?l Ml £>©; Sr*k=Erq+«ja9; 

Phalgutsaba g-q g|Q 2I§§© Q$$; 91 erq. SQ^GQ 
afl<|9 &$$)— €919.5 G9IOSII9I; G9K39I $$9— 

The Holi festival, 

phalguda The river phalgu. 

«W>*- %°. $ — t. I a©G (§. a)— 

Pbalguna 1. A name of Arjuna, 

> I ETlCiO 5119 (§. «).— 2. The month of . , 

Phafguna. 

*.9«. (sro^+a)— cri^ osap qq$1 (Q. a)— 

Kelating to the 11th and 12th asterisms, 
€TG* «— ST. 9— £« 6> (GW— 

Phalguni Phalguni (See) 

3—9°. 9 — £TMIQ (SIGQ9)— A kind of "medium- 
Phallaki sized freshwater fisb. 


Phals-paeni' fj[9$£a<3 (<OiGQ q^l^^! ^CGQ 9§- 

«8j ^QlQ a^l fflsi qwiq)— 
Falsepoint in the Orisrsa coast, 

Phas r " Phas phas (see). 

MQi—w. 9*1 — (a. OT90t*^aSfl9ij ai. eriggoi 

Phas-ka 3331) — I I gp h ^pr— 1. Loose, slack; 

(OTI — acnqq) i ax ' 

^1 -> I &%>—#. Lost; slipped off. ' 

fo^fo^t, <ft6nft3ir * r j©o— 3. Stumbled; 

slipping, 

* I 9K^R-^^ght. 

? i 3191 ©§Gfi* «M 9I9G9 9f 3I<1— 

6, Flaccid; yielding to pressure. 

■ Tasteleas; watery t 

Phas(sa)ki Jiba 1. To be ineffectual. 

(£r|as>l— SK?^ M I «8^>|— 2, To s% ffe 
WWB«*I w| SgO-G99i— 3. To be slackened, 

ija^w v i 2DQIQ. So era sgQ , ^q^,.. 

4, To miscarry. 

era ffoa^^CQ. ^ (q*)— <gia^ ^g qiqqj a^ ^ 

Phas-pbarafl . «g{© g^9Ga<3 5 G%©9 GflfQQ Q|- 
(er^Qg— Wl$a) S»£ag —Phosphorus. 

G9GQ TO v Q9 Q^iKl » q^GQ ©©£*? ^^j- 

QQiQiff I ] 
PEas-phas »— 1, Sound of chewing . 

0?gj*q — qOTga) C ha€ ; 

frHfrn; ^i^i ^ I dig dig Qai 9991^ &q>~ 

^K^TTOT? ft?3?: f^QR: 2. Sound of quick talk. 

• I qSft° v WI9lsf €W «; q^TOCQ M9I^ 
3^ Sound of whispering. 

* I 99 £3 91 ©fill 91GS (9211— 91$ 9 ^91 G<39 

Qai 9§siG9G» ©1 g9^ ) aw 9i§iei99i— 

4. Comirfg '6%t of air through a 

hole. 


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Phasarda Fruitless; vain. 

sreef Sqi— G9, §— (ai9 6;"56!€ia a« ^ai^if ©atf 

Phasandi jiba q@|<] a^ dQ 9?i9l 6 9§GQ £TQ ETft 

9 €991 — To grow over-luxuriantly (said of 

plants growing on a very fertile ground 

but not bearing good fruits or flowers.) 

€T9© 0138— G9. 8. W— «K» % Q© iQG9 (9lf&9l)— 
Phasar ph§sar (weeping) A high tone. 

QQQ SfSIQ-GQ. (a9s99S|<3) a — ET9 £T^« (GQS) 
Phaeara phasara Phas phas 3 (See) 

(ma aire, ffjR^, **$ 35% g^ ogensr- 
ggQ mi— gq. 9s. (§». ft , etc— ©w aig^Q) — 

Phasara phasa <. | a$j)©9l£fa — 

1. Unsuccessful. 
9 I ©^GSjIOT— ■ 2. TJseless i J 

aca ass' 1 »9 afi% eies^sai as serai i ©a ! 

G9. 9 — ew» ^on€)> 99is<^q§ ft^sii— 

Fussiness, much ado about nothing; 
fruitless show; the ending of a thing in 

fuss. 

Phasara phat Daybreak; break of day. 
SQQ 3I$9I— OT. 9. (9°. g$®)— 99IS) G9IQ99I— 
Phasara phStibS The break of day; dawning. 

^ <KZ7!T-, *n <*& 1. To become tired, 

-> I gfgQQi&h G99I— 
2. To become unsuccessful; to fail. 

09 &9 «5Q eraa at? 

sis <au «QC«4 was* vis f ea i 

. * i (69te$ 3519) ©» ewi— 

4. (any proposal) To end in nothing. 

OW 013— G9. W— ^ I «0 aW9Q — 
Phasara phas 1. Insignificant. 

5 I B$©9JJ3i— 2. Unsuccessful. 

qaa cjs eras eis^ i oa i 
G9. 9— aqeeiAw — Failure. 

Phasala i | {jgQie fifth; 'CMCQ QSJ9 9gQ£|— 
?PI^ 1. Agricultural produce; crop. 

■rarer > I Q€eie ctcn 9°$9Q OTj— 

2. Harvest season. 


G991QSSL«$SI€Q > Cfl«lGQ 99§ Qqaift afe- 

aa»r—«i<3llff 6 w i aC©oi%q?flW oA^ ago 
G99! eras* (aai aiQ)^ «qff 6 9i^ioiq aisia qs^ 
asQ €991 «qi (gal— qa, 9SI, ggim)% 99 era^ 
coifiiaw— ft. «. 3 

• ! <Q 9§, 91 <Q eiQ; 991 — 
3, One showery paroxysm. 

(aai— £ ©i^enacQ gqmgi© gqq aia§ I) 
TOQ 31901® — G9G9. ©.(a, er§+awisi)— gss% $€•- 
Phasala amadani g|© €igsQ ^99-— Harvesting;. 
^RSl^lWt^ *MJ<rf<h1ati*m«ft collection of a crop 

MOl— cScq. ^>^. — * I OTG* ^^G99l QlOq^adll 89f 
Phaaall (Qgj— 1. (the year) Calculated from 
W?t ^Hofl the harvest time*. 

j i eras* wis - " 

2. Pertaining to a crop, 
[•tj— OTfij. 3Q >CfW «» G991 g«q^ €l«i* 

cq aw. t qjftfliffflioor ^^^ « c^^ift ^QGQ- 
q^ii jai< I G9TO ggi^ ciqqq t v ?r aew oi%. 
agsil go g^q^io QSQi«6fl oaiQGsi i ©^ qsioQ- 
aq o^ at»e^ g^i9 -rgR aa« G99iQ q%ft 9Q^9i 
a^alGQ etm aoej mqi aas m G9ift «8 1 ^^"l v 

QQ^ fth Q9kqQ 91 S9I0 TO C9l<aaW t 6§)QIGQ- 

qo ^o 9IQ81 oiq^ aawqsaoiq^ toSI 99 aiQ^ 

Q^Q Q!Q©G« qg ai^Tff Qftq%Ef9ft1 99Q q«i9f 
§« I 69SI £101^ aiftftGQ fcrWl ^9 99!9«9 

g°j?isloi% a«iQi 9^ai< 1 ergQl 99€4 9« q°«- 
9 91391 GQQQ^ SaG«l GCiiO^I©Sfl G9ta %< \ 
SI99Q 919091 G9^ ^^GQ (v»5>r Q919GQ) 
^91 32iGS ©QIQGR, €fif WgTO G3^ S©^ W 
(«^« Slfia) G9IQ?1Q 9§Q q°« e l!€l6191%Sei?l TOW 1 
gffQ ci^iffl sflQSi G9Q 6 erq^ 99Q atiQI @©9 99 

9€i qj§fll9 Q«19l^Ga 9 G9IQ GSf9fll9 CltflQI^Ga 

90Q 6 ae adi^ 00 a^ as 1 a©09 tor! 99Q 
wit aQW e««iioi^9ti 9<a 09 6 sifio ««%_ 

*i» 9*3 99J €J919Q«1 ^%a £|f|IQ te* > *- = Q9l9 
tr*2— gqfiil 99 ^**^ aGS l] 

Phaaa 'A kind of sea-fish. 

SG99 9% 93. 9^1 ai< t] 


"M(gq)qqi 


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««{8€l)Q9l— 69. •© .— <«• al«5 ff§9lQ §}©$%a)— 
Pbasa(se)iba v | Qa^GQ ag : IQ9l 5 TOfeffi' 91^% 
#»lk 5>9Q£]g, QQ9I — 1. ' To involve a persen 

I^TRT in danger. 

[£Tqi(e«)a 6991 — TOiQS] 2.To seduce (a person.) 
^ G9QI— SIS'?'. (WWL9) 3.— (SL ffi - -8. OTI G9ffi)— 

Phasi debit OQ9lj gQiQa Q^9I — To cheat. 
tfBQi— GQ. 3. (*. ia Beams- g. 0ia)— SflQqQGQ 

Phasiba QSQGQ 9$9! — To step iDto danger 

'dfCT ^Ifetfl feniRT unawares. 

gi€9. (swsaa) 3 — o^eWi <G9«) . 

Pbaaideba (See) 

m Son- ot. 3.— sasgiq soiq© cwi; oqiqgq 

Pbasi jiba a^9| — To be cheated by another. 

*r§a— siG9. (**»«*) w.— 003 39ig>9— 

Phasua Cheating; fraudulent. 

jflltf— G9. (aoHogq^i) «.— < l a^© qea— 
Phalli I. Excessively. 

9QQ G^IG© 9§S£ TO* 

Sft C91U 91© G$|Q?1 €IQ* I C^ffier Piff qfliSjfl I 

-> I C & 39 39 — 2. With a fan sound. 

( saai— 9103 eoi 9a gs^gq a$9i #pG9 
ffiQ*e© ffftQQQ 1) 
€TiQ*€Q9i— G9. 3.— ail fliwij 991091— 

Phain deba Tp cheat. 

<rt*ltoros1 *Itaii%<ii ((eriQ siioti— Wiq,a) 

^MQ^fflQ— GQ. (a9i§99«) «.— £T ff (G9«) 

Phain phain Phafi pbaS (See) 

arfcridcrict cq§ so q§ coico $1<?i sq ss?i i 

Wia- ©09 qfliqa i 

^^ericf g$g>i— €Q. $\ — v 1 sua m sr eF goti— 

Phain pbain hebS 1. To make a hissing sound. 
.'G*ttOT"to wfl 5 I 2Ha^ QQ9J — 

J?KW?rr 2. To object. 

£rro(<)Qi— g3g9. 9.— (a. eti^qi) — v 1 qagiQ — 

Ph5i(eda ; 1 Benefit. 

> I 09—2. Profit. 
flOTl <TJP^r • I «|£[ — 3. Income. 

«IQQI99J[ »J-SW. M. ( ffl. EriqQiqQ/) — 
Phaldabant(nd) «. | q^i^—i. Profitable. 

^KW^nf^ 2. Benefica], 


€FIQQ — G9G9* 9. (Q )-~G9IWi©tj ad9$— Fine. 

Phain ^fe ' <jn^ $31.— SLQQ — Fine; nice- 
tflQQIQ — G9G9.. 9. (Q°) — a^SQ — 

PhSinans *rt^tf*r ^ItHM-H Finance. 

QIQO|^98f— C^CQ. 9.— (Q°)-QMC99 gq 91 

Phainans kamiti ©^^wi^T Sfl^GQ aa QQQfllo^ 

3§Q — Finance committee^ 

enqoi^^ai^fl^— gws.s. to o )-g^9^ tief^qa— 

Phainans dipart merjt Finance department, 

Pbainans membara Finance member. 

Pbainansial kamisanar g^ ^ «>#q$— 

Financial Commissioner. 

Pbainal ^ftifl»i q^nsr ^ Final. 

PhainSl ^i ©^g £ 9CU q $)QQq (e Q v ^g ^ a ^ 

,^jMfe3ft §giQ ^1 Gag gwi qgq cei^^iq 

qn^flcf fe* • gQ^ ©g1— Final decree passed in 

partition and account suits. 

Pbai phSrman(s) hukuma ^qfl—I. Urgent 

^^^ V order, 

2. Order for doing miscellaneous works 
fflQ^— G9G9. 9. (Q°)— V I SWQ ft^ p| QQijGISH- 
PbSil 1. File of papers* 

*ft*I ^ i Ptff?Jiqr 6?9I> Q9I — 

^n^T 2. Filing instrument, 

Phail kariba 1. To file with the records. 

*fc***1 ^ \ qqI<s® ©Qsiig ^gsQ ^ ? ^q Q GQQ 

<KT^r^C5fr . Q§9I — 2. To record no order on 
^ a petition. 

Phail jamin = 3 q^)-.^ GqQSIQQrQ S®^Q 

^9T^t% g«9]9Qgi ©qG^ GOTTOOiq^ fliecW 

<W^T 3n*r G^IQ GW! ©iflffOlfli— Security for 

good behaviour taken by a Magistrate 

* from wicked people. 

ffl^— G9G9. (a. €Tf6) — e I ©Q% Q^qi^lQ flQQQ* 

Ph5u 9g — 1. Excess; surplus. 


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aiQiff €jf 9f 


*1%(*) J I SQ^ qtf 9MQ $91 %«?i 990GQ 

<RTgrr eiiQQoi^Qiiiq^ aeasi 69S s>««9^i aisw- 

2. The excess paddy repaid by a debtor for 
money loans at a rate higher than the 

existing market rate. 
* I «Q9 99991 GQl^S 39139 ©^3© 0QSI3 

$369 0ICMI 9191 «W>I 9»j*WH ^j^l— 

3. Extra gain; anything ; got extra over the 
purchased quantity. 

v l Q8€l QQ— 4. Perquisite; tipj gratuity. 

[ g— mq S6sr erQq©(Q) wqq «9%69 

9h9?9 $< ! ] 
94— t j flicKU — 1- Got gratis* gratuitous. 
J I fc^QQ/^tfl— 2„ Extra; additional. 

fllGQ.'"'(«in«9Q) W— OT9I5 99Q«I— 
Talkative; garrulous. 

-««— qi». (aja) «?—^ 1 «i?^ te<?«0 

Phaufi *" 1. Kanjbia (See) 

> I 69IQ G^aKjL ©3^ Q9 Q?!«tQ S6Q CS^ QQd 
Q§0QG9lif€}§ai«--2. The dry coeoaunt 

scrapings left after the juice is pressed 

there from. 

CTIQ <^«fl— 69. 9— £9, Wi qSj,96OT— 
PhagJ;aruni Wwghtia Tomentosa (Haines). 

• 01$$!— 69. 9. (*°. QV)— t I <S&51 aaQ 9l$criQ 
Phaurda flQQCi — 1. The lower part of a branch 
*(TOpt .*" . of date-palm. 

(KtsrST -> I (S°. ET19; £)|. 819)— 9R?! 91© ^ 
^3^t 91Q— 2. Broad hoe; a spade with along 

WT _ handle - 

€H$©©l— 3169* (8°9S?) «— 6eriai§>9i; Scr9J— 
PhSuigibS To thiw - 

"fflfiMI— 69G9. 9. (Q°i i9WK?l S9)— «9 SDQI9Q ' 
Phi^unit ^IQa^MQQ <I9 31Q — 

*t<5$ Fount; a set of printing types of one 

cg(3^ size or body. 

-;ff«640 6Q07-€969- 9- ( Q° )— «939R ©919*© 

Phaanten pen QQ&i £Q QR0; 9^Q6Wn — 

r *tf&foc*R Wiafcr Fountain pen. 

£ <g— <1 a%\Q$& qasSQ 9§>o 91$ W «ft 

QoiiaiQ aw, R9 91© w»* 9<»w qwies ©sa 

«9Cft 9QJQ ^699 9IG9 GfiWiaWI <I9KJl9S 9 *" 
t&WQI 91 ®& 6^OT%ea 2I§919 9Q9IQ 8169 I ] 


Phaupda Phaurda 2 (See). 

<£fl$$1— *l) 90. V. («• 99t«l)— ^Miq— 

Fat; corpulent. 

€H«lG4W© €^«Q@— €969. 9. ( Q° ) — geiG^ 69^ 
Phaundesan sear «°dl9IQ9|9<3r g9$ «°« 91 

*lfcww c»rah a©69 69fei3 cafei qiwiq »q«i 

«hwftm ^TT QqSI< ~ Foundation shares in a 

joint stock company. 

016^1—6969. ^ <Q°) - ^91 Qi sitel m *l§.0&IWia 
Phaundri €3?) QIQWI6Q'9iol0a 9g QQI ^~ 
*%<p *hW440 Foundry. 

(saai — -giQa eri^gj; «flQ6iff eri^ Qts>H| ^) 

€TI€J fli^QI — 69. ^— t I 69f^ Q9ia ^IG)^I€Q ^gCI© 
Phau mariba 9QQI— 1. To get a thing gratis. 
^Tftl J I 69fel§ a9IS 09 9§ G99I — 
^ l ^^<^ T 2„ To get a thing by underhand means^ 

* I aQI© 9Sl9ai 9@9I — 

3, To say a thing by guess. 

ffWQ— SICQ (9gQ) 9— G9QI— 

PhSuri A bf g basket, 

ffl^— G9G9. 9-^(a°)— ^ I Qj$9fi^£Q© €3G>CQ ©^ 
Phaul QQQ— !• Unfair or foul practice in the 
*ptf§?T 15I1ST football and other games, 

> 1 %^^qi^ otf — ? - Fowl - 

EH 6IISJ9I— 69. §— ^ I Ml -€11091— 

PhaS galiba 1. To feign. 

■> I fiil «I0 ^ 69«IQ9I— 2- To feign as if 
one is pulled down or spent up, 

* I SIShQ ©KJ 6991 -8. To be exhausted, 
v 1 &9S1Q 6991 — •*- To be worne out, 

(siai— 9 €Q» aia9i ^3 9^9 9Q9 w§ 
0Tie--gi69 (g^^Q) 9 ( 9P* 8# * a i ^ |q1 >~ w 

PhaSji 96M— ^ sort of pot-herb. 

ffl9««- 6969. 9 (^)— \ I 9flj WW— 
Phakasi l - Breath, 

(ffW@— «Qiqfl) ^ 1 si«i^- 2 - Breath of life * 
fflOli Q@9i— 69. 9— VI 699^69IQ99I — 
, Phakasi urdiba 1. Being out of breath. 

WfcO^h ggl > I 9°^l Q999I— 
4^^M1 2. Dying condition. 

«'| 6"3sfi 9^9 — 3- Losing patience, 
v 1 ©"Q^W^OI— 4. Bewilderment. 


m. 


( *->->** ) 


VlQ9! 


ai%f 2fl— giGQ (39910) q— 909211 6 Qia 9ai qer— 

Phaku^ia Beo'aish yellow colour. 

ffl^JP — W. 9 — aiq$ (S9®)— PSkurdi (See). 

Phakurdi (eriCQlf> — «Q«i%a) 

€fl©— G9. 9 fa. o-^qd— i l 3Q ©g qaig QtWiQj 

PhSaka a^Q — .1. Gap; space between two 

**■ 3?^j TO* things. 

J I Q§> gg— 2. Hole. 

* I 69i<3$ §> $ — 3. Defect; blemish. 

* I Q<j£ 91 «M$© giQ — 4- Open space. 
+ I €1©m £1© — 5. Vacant or empty space, 
9 I £Tl$ — 6. Crack; crevice; chink- 

■9 I ^'i ^gsaisj — 7. Opportunity. 

i" 1 £J699 — 8. Difference. 

d I 9633^ — 9- Distinction, 
V° I GW gift— 10. Solitude. 
W I 9GSI3 qQ— 11,« Special custom. 
K9 I 9QQ <31Q — 22. Different or distinct 

custom. 

(aai— G99GQ ErlQ ; Q$G9 9IQT) 
t* I 21939; S99IS— 13. Lieeure. 
Vf I 96S9> qaQ 6991 — 1*- Separation. 
♦W 9«*1— <* I qa©$ Q$ — 1. Separate. 
^ I QQCfc — 2. Different, 

* I a9>l99>l— S. Sparse. 

v I 4|£- SOT— 4. Empty; hollow; vacant; 

unoccupied* 

* I ©QSlQIi ©«©— 5. Solitary. 
£ t G«IQ> Q\£~ 6. Open. 

eiTOi-^w. w. tf— * 1 fi» a|i gs>iQ9 — 

Phankarda 1» Fraudulent; deceitful, 

(srisr-al — O > » Ga crie 9<i— 

»l+ r V « * 'l ^5ft 2, Feigning. 

€risf@ia— 69. 9 (9sr«(%w%o) — £ i awfli— 

Phaukagiami 1. Fraud. 

(&«^— «CH%3) > I QOQJ— 3. Feigning. 

*FW?t * I 91^901—3. Audacity. 
gggf v 1 2l9ia«(OI — 4s. Insubordinatoin. 

9ior9i3 Ai€iQi-w. 3— e. (• 9a 9§ owh-L To 

Phankardami mariba deceive by false statement^ 
srisr fflWi } > 1 ewwt £> 9Q f^Kh 

ETIQ^fliWI > Wi^fl] OIQQSI 69IQ $Q 9i& 

srioroiS VQ91 ^ 9%H9ia§ G9G«iQG99i— 

^1^5t^^?1 2- To show one's self off without 

< p3teft(%<&m«U substantially doing anything. 


* I gaQI 9991 -3. Tp feign. 

€TW9IO— GO- 9— £ I 91919 9I99GM— 

PKankata la ^twfa 1 . A musical measure.. 

OIO ETIOr J * 2. Deception; hypocricy. 

§.- 961 — 9imil — Gratis. 
€fl«T|— 69* 9*3 — V I £tf»l9§ — 

PhaflkS ffa1 ^tNtTj ^n^ft 1. Fraudulent. 
J I 91^10$ — 2. Illusory. 

* I GCIIQ; siQI^Oj ^9— 3 - °P 8n * 
"* I &M — *. False. 

* I ?IS1Q — 5, Unsubstantial^ 
? I 3lftj «©i— 6. Empty. 

3WIWl(QI)9~C9. 9— 999GQ 4© 9 69ft 699» -■ 

Ph5nk5 aw5(ba)j 91^,9 ©§ 9§ CT^Q 9Q9I €19 

fW ^t«5t«? Blank shot; blank firing of a gun. 

€TI» — G9. 9. ( «. £T9 91 )— V I goiQ^l^ fiQQI — 
PhSnki ^Wl *rf^ 1. Frandj trick; deception, 
J I aoiQiqi— 
2. Tbrovricg dust in the eyes of others. 

* I ^^jJ31 — 3, Cunning. 
■* I 9?JQI — 4. Evasion. 

* I 9IQI — 5. Illusion. 

2 I 9^ ©9*— 6. Sophistry; sophison. 

9 i (Bteaqea 9i9§©) q^ Sstil ?bqq og — 

7. Powdered drugs used as medicine. 
r | ©4i ©ffl—S. Powdered substance, 
« I (alO Q9«l) ««t G9I^' S&ISJp Q^G9 SK4-- f 

^91 ^iq aiQ fi^oi @g 9qi— 
Vo I QftO — 10. Brozen facedness. 
Q®. M. — 3 ©IQSraA— Evasive. 

(aai— ai§ ^^9 I) 
ffSecoi— G9- 5. — «. i aei ^iw — 

Phanki deba 1. To deceive. 

(fflS ?1IQ9I— «9n%9) ^ i Q§ G99I — 
^tftw^^l <hlRt^<tl 2. To evade. 

* 1 QQQI 9991 — 3. To feign. 

v i QQQ a§GQ a© QQIQ9I— 4. To throw duat 

in the eyes of others] 

* I 99IWI 69«IIQ91— 

5, To show insubordination 
€TI§9! — G9. S.— <> I aasi Ml 0§ O© G99l~ 

PhSnkiba 1. To cheat (a person) by falsehood... 


«»9ift 


( *M* ) 


ETIf a*fl9* 


i ^jq^m 2- To chew a powdered eatable, 

(stai— «iqqq^ opJ^L Q w. wo gs m$ 

€PI«©IQ — W- W.— aOOIOJ— 1. Bvasive. 
PhaAkibaj J I a§— 2. Fraudulent. 

fflCPftl— GQ. 9eV ST-— * I 9Kjaii 63$. 9^3 «S 
Phangula 3931 C> en«; G*a§ 9h^ ©$ga$> g^ 
(CTlGtcfl — ^1) WIWIQ ^9GQ <IGd G©G«3 8QIQ 
13*^1 aGQG«l©Gfit ai< OI§— 1. Careless about 
Sltq^ST things. 

^ I 3gQ$M — 2. Fickle-minded. 

Phkjal * I 9» a$9i 2i°€i> «%»■» — 
^t«W 1. Quantity in excessj surplus. 

2. Expense in excess o£ receipt. 
m | QQ|fch a°€l — 3. Remainder; remnant. 

W.— * I a»l— 1- I Q excess. 
> I QS* ^— 2 - Remaining over. 

• i fflS^(G9«l)— 3. PhSjil (See) 

o^oq 9NifliQ 09^9, csasea sn&a a« a^oe vqpp \ 

qarcia. ©C9«i » 

ffiOfi^eWi— GQ. 5. (a- criQQ) — 9q a§>9i— 

Phajal heb« To be in excess. 

Ph§3a(iiyiami 1. Forwardness; arrogance. 

*tOTft SJS5T 9 I QfitqQQt— 2 Garrulity; 

loquacity. 

* I O^QQij QQOl— 3 - Cleverness. 

Phajil aei€Q 9H9f®) — 1 I a«J — 

Ttjl* <Enrer 1. Arrogant; forward. 

; I G99ISJ €»§>— 2. Over talkative. • 

*> 1 gQQ — 3. Garrulous 

v | o^Q— 4. Sly; clever. 

[§— aiQ^iGQ < a© «$i aaisQ^ej© $« \] 

PhSjil cba(eha)lakh Forward and sly; over-clever; 
*|fif*l St*!*? 3*^r 5T«n* brazen faced. 

Sri©© eq9— G9G9. 0. (*)— S«"3«3 a»Qr— 

Phajil chalskhi Forwardness; arrogance^ 

sptf^sW^t squrwndt garrttlrfy. 


€ri«K»l — £11 W. (9I©W*) «?.— (*. ai«^-bCflfo)— 

PhSScheiba 3QOTS1 aGQ 0*3 9IQ Cflfo OTQI; 

QSItQI— To wash the private parts after 

passing steals, 

eri*— €Q- 9. — (e. |^ ai%— ww ^ei<M>— i i srwr* 

Phata QQi; €>% fiWl ©3-" 1 - A crack; chink; 
5f|fe qjfs crevice. 

^ I q^ — 2. Narrow space; interstices. 

* I- ©2; ©at; $?— 3 « Aperture. 

« 1 99IQQ a°€l — 4. A split. 

* i die ©i«)6€i €Qgo© 9i^<?r e«ii < 9 2»Q^ 

QflQI en§ 9QI — ^- ^ Qe cracking of the skin 
in the leg and soles during winter. 
gi$Q-G§G9. 9. (Si * it; Beam^e.^aiVQ 
Pha^aka aSQ ^aa^)~^ l*60IQ«5 9§<jflQ — 

*» I 9<1Q;G9^Q9> QlQQ^Q— 3. Imprisonment. 
€TliO 9IQQI— W. -8 — <> » 0<iQ G99I— 
Phataka pfiibS 1. To h? imprisoned. 

. cf^r^ qtHt To be sentenced to imprisonment. 

ai*«(0, €1D— w. Q— «. I E«WI ^ ^ €99l ~ 
Phatanaina,n5) 1. Bursting-,state of being split up.. . 
^tfe^ ^1 5 I £TI% — 2, Split; chink; ctevice. 

Phatala 1* Crevice; chink. 

3. Cracks inside a brick masonry. 

€M? a^Qi— w. 3 -(CC119) «ww CT9ii «^^§ «4- 

Pliati pargiba G««C St'9 €991— 

C^ ^8*1 (one's lega) To become over-tired. 

(agger— aoiqq) "&• •»«^ff- «i& f . 

ff«er9 8qi— w. q— *■ i Q^ai^eQ wfl gwi; <?$- 

PhSti phuti jiba glQGQ ffltSIQ «9 «tfl 6^91— 
PKtyi? 1WI1 1- To be 8 P lit U P at m * n y P laGea - 

' ©Q§ G991 91 «Q§ €991—^ To be tired 
after repeated unsuccessful endeaTOttf*. 


34KW 


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rlfli iwiiq 


€Trf©i— G9. 3. (s. ix 91 $s ai^wi^)— ' 

Fhlitiba e | 9<3i$ G99I— *- To ^ spli* «t> or 
- f £^i(G%)Q9l-gG£JI09 «qi] cleft. 

. ; *.] q«?a9l; <p ai 9Q$j G991— ' - - 

2. To break asunder; to be split asunder. 
*n I ©QQ9I — 3. To be torn. 

•a- 1 (ate viqgq G99 6 gciito orai) 

§S1§ €991 — 4. To crack (said of the skin 
{€Tlf99l — aGiqp) in winter). 

..,,,:. *i (ai9i9) a©99i> aw ewi — 

5. (legs) To be iatigued; to be over-tired. 

ant cs ^^ QQ 3€vq h-«Q t Qcac". scrls I 
£ I (9tf SOT SHQ) Cfl<3 G9l&fl9l — 
§35ir, ?TC^fr 6. To burst (said of boils). 
9 t ©$991 — 7. To tremble. 

- 8. To become alienateoV(<3aid of two friends). 
■ tl I (QSS112J; fl©)— ©qfllQ €991 91 $?§© G99I— ■ 
9. (fig) To be discouraged or dejected, 

.■•:*• I (SWIl^; 99IGJ AQflOT Q$ G99I— 

. 10. (figurative*, one's luck) To become bad, 

98 ! tflfQ Cfli 9Qfl ei^Q «£« I esgaV sflrto. I 

(aeu— Gfli 9Qi« critoj gsi 9$ -erifQi. wi Q<* 
crifQ I) 
srisai— G9. e-^wiqpiQQ siqqa ?^i?q Gqci9€M-r- 

PhatuS A contagious and fatal cattle disease; 

^tf^Tftl, ^ft foot and mouth disease of cattle; a 

Sgt-, 4MJK kind of rinderpest. 

fftG%$ 7 -, M. £l°— 69^ 9h^Q G3I9«9Q 

?ic;ti$ J osj^iffiiaifteiw— 

Having cracked skin. 

«I«S 01* — GQ. 9— GSQ fillijq, £«««■ GQS1 MMM— 
Pbfttwft gSi A cow which is attacked with 

the Phatua disease^ 

fll. G9G9.9- (9IGSW owe**? q%Q°- o\4fy — 
0^3$ 9Q — The Portugese, 

€U0!tx9I.. ^-( a ffl? —CSI©— Female organ. 


ffl© ©Q&l^gitiQ. (qa) W. (QI^QIQT 3$ 9<H9§©)— 
Pbarjii kainti G9§> 9IWI 9£J9 $fifflGQ G9£f 

(ffl5>'otfo~a©i%aj 919 e^q ^ SQ ; W*91— 

tifB^S *Tfa1 3^Rft Forward (girl); precocious, 

€TI§91— G9. $. (S. 'ft\9l'"** x aiq=WSj^"^. 
Phar^ibS flflW)— ^ I' ©9 G99l-^ 

^t?1 1. To tear up; to split up; to cleave. 

f^- floosie) «9 1 


Qo 


3 I 99IQ^1 QQ9I— 2. To tear up; to rite up. 

* I ^£«K31iq§ Bta^L ^ a< 3® 9€I«Jl ^1® 999l> 

9S9 QS19I — ^- ^"° 9 P rea( 3 °ut (one's arms 
[er©l(G9)Q9l — geqiTO^P] or legs). 

^ I qap QQ9i> 9Q^ QC19I — 

4. To divide; to separate. 

* i etqi er9! 9i erift eriQ 9QG99I — 

5. To split up into strips. 

[ q_<i §^(q Bqfliabi^q gGGT QQIQ9I, G99I 

ffigf— 3. 9 (e*u WS^ai^tflo gwi+q^. 3)— 

PhSni l I .q.9— 1. Molasses; unrefined sugar. 
i I 9^9^© SSL"2. Corn flour mixed with 

curds. 

Q\§(Q — 3. 9. ( £T« ai^^-SIOI^igGQ €gg<& G99!, gf©. 

*Phanita eriS ai^+Q^". 9 ) — ^ I CII9 Q9^©-* 

1. Thickened molasses; unrefined sugar. 

^ I GSr^tl; qj? SflRf 9Q ©2DQ 9Q99i 09S9IQ 
gOI^- -2. Sugar cake; bloated sugar ball, 

QlSr^e. W. ( er^ai^+Q^- ©j ^al©o )— <. 1 ejgi^i- 
Phan^a ac'Q 9^9—1" Easily prepared; made 

easily, 
> I 3191 wa«l G9IQ ««fl€l G9lQai<l — 

2, Prepared from a liquid by stirring it. 
9— V I Ola. 0101 qQhQ ggj Q|g — 1. Decoction. 

J I a^lQGQ Ql3 G99I g&Ji— 
2. The process of tempering a weapon, 

* I ai$99i glQQIQ q^ — 3- A flux. 

V i 9§ Gfll§9l G9G» g2JG^ GS^ R^Sf 9I9IGQ- 
^ Particles of butter first produced at 

churning. 

* I G&3® g9IQ^9l 9tl 9Si { 1G9§ )— 
5. Stirred up dough. 

31$ 9«iq— G9. 9. ( G99**9 )— ®^ ^Kl 9GQS — 
Phan^a kashaya A kind of cold decoction* 



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£r; 


1©fe)« 


€g§ Q9*i% WGQ «£ QQ1SQ SiSiGffii <§ 9<al£[ ggd 

$<l I ] 

*€P!«tol— G9. 4? ( e. ffl% S. 9-^)5 SI. &| ) e I GOWI; 
Phantiba <^Q SQidq <\®$ §qiq 9iogiq G31Q9I— - 
*w\ 1, To mix up two things and stir 

*fc3*TT them together with the hand, 

qg QQ9I — 2 To make any watery substance 
(ffl€fliQ9l — §)&$) lather by stirring much. 

Pbandl QSliaiQSlQI giflV 6Q6fcq<RQ sofa— 

*rTft ^W; •rr^rr 1. Police outpost 

erigl eQioflKi 1 aiftiQ §&©q 9^33 grofl 

( Sub Inspector ) ^Q> STiglQ $©©3 S&^SWIQ, 
( Head constable) sj^a | 1 

■M ($1) (S. £r$==$<?9) spg^i ^1- ^oi9q $— : 
2 A corpulent woman; a pot-bellied woman 

PbSndldara The Police officer in charge of aq 
#tfe*t3 *T%^rc ( ffiffl $fll9l9~TO«iQa ) outpost 
'tti««0(9i)— ctgq. $ ( sb. efl«$*9itfpi )— * i-ewqo 
Ph5ti5(ha) „. aio^w q^iwtW'rtfiW'^ewiiGft 
^tfwl <KrfasT oa^ 6ffco9i pi set 9a§— 

1. Worship or offering made to a Pjr or 

saint by a Mahommedau by reciting 

passages from the Koran. 

, -9 I qW*^ QGQfihGQ agfo G3G9QV-2 Offering 

dedicated in the name of a deceased person. 

Q\Q&~ £§<&.§ ( Q°. E7l9fl)— ? OTf-oqooi3 90Q 

Phadam vM ^ SiQS>G«<a— Fathom, 

8iQ($)€i— g^G9* 9 ( at sifi^)— awpg (ew) 

Pbana(nu)sa 3$p&)>! <5p|jgr Panasa ( See ) 

Phanda m . VQ ^mWty q<^)^ I qisJ: 
*t* ^ 5 <*F^T -ai^r^dft-T-l,. Net; -snare; noose; 

trap. 

-> I Q$Q ^—2. Knot of a rope-tangle. 

* I ff©; GSto— 3. Artifice, 

*l #99; QQIWQaiq-- 4; Means; alternative. 

* I 63199% W -5. Oonfoflion; danger 


' ^ £>'i fi"$ €9fSffl— 6- Wiles) stratagem/ tricfir^ 
' 9 J jpOIQ^tl — 7- Cheating; knavery. 

' r I SQ; 99$ — 8. Fraud;- treachery; deceit, 

9. Imaginary and invented matter 
<.* I 6CIIQ9 Wt— 10, Maze; labyrinth. 
«A I agg|Q gift — 11. Testing place. 

g^s dig 03Q sjoa 1 gi qsg9£1oi i 

' «A I Q^|)Q GQ$— 11. Coil of a rope, 
$$ — ^ I Qa%©l "a'4— I. Treacherous. 
5 I ao©l9$ — 2. Fraudulent. 

* I QQI9O5 9IW — S. Imaginary; invented. 
v I QSfflQ Qj— *. Mazy; artful. 

* I WKWII«a-7:5. Confused. 

Phan^p|^tibe; , ;§i 9(0..-9^iq.L «§9I— 1. To , .lay 
^Nrft Mh^glMI or spread a snare, or noose. 

TO*€aq(GQ)Q<?l f OC(OQ >0Q€Q 99fQ9l €*!€$ 

l TO 'aiOTl' ... ^SGSjIQ QWI— 

2. To apply means or stratagem to entangle 

or ensnare a person, 
q\q €Tl©Q|— G9/-S ^- ^ I fflft 8IQ9I (G9<a)— 

Phanda phandibS 1. Phanda patiba (See), 

tfc1^«1l 2. To invent a falsehood. 

€TI©6Q 9QI(eO)Q9l-rHGQ. - S— ^ I .M»$l 9Q9GQ 
Phandare paka(ke)ibg Q©IW> ^9Q ©S19I-*- 
^t^^^ll I. To involve a person in danger, 

gg^Qj — 2, To cause a person to succumb 

to temptations^ 

3. To entangle a pereon in confusion. ■ .-: 
"* I S^q»®lfil 91 £ri€IGQ Q91Q91— 

4. Teentrap or ensnare an animal 

ffl$(flteO— G9, w. 1°— « 1 ^flioafi— 

Ph5ndi(ndu)S ■ L Full of stratagem. 

9 1 Gi3 9swat a'le^Q qg^— ; ' 

£TIG ( *?Q 7 1 2. One who invents false or 

arlGQI^ i ^ imaginary storie^ tale-tell. 


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Q 


PhSndiba Q| SQCI9I Qfll 9§9I; $QI99 9991* 
*Wl flQ.% 9199H-1. To invent a false or 

T^i imaginary story. 

QC9 ^SI^OW Ooi OMOJ QI3SQ. S&C^tQ I 

3 ! (die as) qooi 9Q9i> ©ai§>9*— 

2. To compose (a song). 

* I OIQ 93IQ 9§9I— 3 - To ensnare; to lay or 

spread a snare, 

* I Q&QI5 Q$ QQIQ9I— 

4. To make a knot or tangle. 

* I 2$9Q 9I$9I } 099 QWI-5- To bind 

tightly. 
9 I 2BQ^ Q£9I — 6. To commence; to begin. 

5> I GQ«I $)S?9I— 

7. To draw a line; to make an outline, 

€TIWM«— £iN (WW*) 9— «Q§9!9 99n 813— 
Phaudi sag A species of pot-herb. 

ff|Q@— aiGQ (CIQkQlQ) 9 — OTIGI99I « £[19 #9— 

Phapard A throw. 

(£101 — i <QI OTKjw < a^GQgif £9IQ G99) 

f Iff9— OT. 9. — 9§GQ SJ$_?19I «W 91 G9Q GSI©— 

Phaphaija Pure or imitation pearl hanging down 

(SWA, ffWfl, criM^H — «9i%3) a nose ornament; a 

gem pendant, 

Ph*bib5 S994)— * I Q99SJ 9G9©9 G99I— 

«ft&t TO5IT, "WWT 1. To be adjudged or consi- 
dered prc>jaer# 

y I q§$»| — 2* To happen. 

* 1 fi^iee cwisi^o G99I— 

3. To be ascertained or adjudged, 
(saal — < G9i«l aq^ Q9Q9 ffl9&) 

Phampa #t*t $5>W €J09l-^-Swelling; inflation 

€flft®i— 69. 9«a— erifti (W«) 

PhSmparda PhampS (See), 

0IC9. (91G$«IQ) 9 — 6ffiaip9IQ QQ— 

A tbrp^r, 

(Ml— <M £Tlft9l69 G3 ^9Q§1 W 9GQQC3) 

CTIfta 3fi(l— CIG9- (3991©) 9— 9J «I9€€W— A kind 

Phampa^ia malli of flowering creeper. 

£ § — <19lQ ETQ Gft1a£% au I « QQIQ 9lQ 9$- 

Ml GQQGQ QQ9!<33 I ] 


£ft$ (#)$«— §IG9 (<HSiq) 9— to. «htal©)— OSIMI— 
Pn5mpa(mpu)ail (£9«l) — Pbapapha^a (See)- 

flMN— «9. 9«— («. «lq al%)— A 1 *1o— Z. Swollen; - 
Phamp3 *p*t*t1 <falT bloated . 

(gri^q— aOS%9) 5 \ ET^IiGQiQ— 2. Empty; hollow. 

€ri8Ql— C9. 3— to. «Hq. ai^====ffQ9l) - <> 1 era- 
Phampiba €$691—1. To become swollen or 
**fl S^WT bloated. 

-> I epQQIj «TG5fQ9l — 
2. To cause to swell; to inflate. 

ffiQi§ iqoiW)— w. ^— er<§ qotq (G9«0— 

Phayar (etc) *$\Vfa "4»WK Phaer etc (See)^ 

Oiqi^ Q«)»10- G?G9. 9. ( Q° )— Q|£t fiq ^»* 

Phsyar i(e)njln ^qQQI aiQ QOqg 9»--Fire- 

^FtWl tfrffa *WKW»JJw engine, 

ffl^l® ^CCK^— G9GQ. 9— ( Q° )— 9© 99 Q9QGQ 

PhSyar briged ^OIQ^QQ 2U9GQ ©a* QQGQ ®2I* 
. ?FW#R^S QqQ9i 9IQ* 9Q q§© Gd^ S&jjSiQffl : 

«hl4||i/n3|« ©qg G^lftai^ISJ— Fire-brigade. 

ariqi® fl»(»», efl)o— e5w. 9. ( q° )— ©1919, gq» 

Phayar-ma(mya, me)n «J9Q ^S^GQ ©9^91 ®®Q§ 
^t*?W? WI^H €91QQ QQ9I 9<*§— Fireman.. 

ffiqiQ v qQQ— G9G9- 9— QS© 9GPQGQ 9191^ 9|© 
PhSyar lain O G99I aiQ* flieq si3€Q SOI 9q-, 
VpSftWl^ ^AKIKMIVI s iaiQg9l G9«l— Fire-line. 

€ri8QQ(©) — G?G9. 9. ( £TI. ETIQfl©; a. EflQMQ )— 
Phar-khat(ti) e I 99199^ 9 Gt99QPi ^00?-- 

*m*& iMUtkft 1. Deed of divorce. 

' £TIQ9©[©]— a©H%a ) -> I 9l99iia Qpj 1^9S> — 
2. Deed of release or reliquishment. 

* I 9G€II8SI 9I6JO — 3. Acquittance-rollj a 

receipt in full discharge.. 
v 1 Sl^lg Q§9 — 4, Full satisfaction receipt. 

* i ( a. £TIQO n ) 0*^9©^ 9! Q<J^ §ltt— 

5. Open space. 

#> ! ( a. €TQ9 ) qS9 G99l> €*GQ G99I— 

6. Separation from each other. 
9 I $9$€Hi-7. Liesttre. 

r | Q19I ©flGQ £lGei<|| 319—8. Moring spaca.-. 
(i | q^j — 9. Release; relief. 
*.• I aQ©Hlfil — 10, Relinquishment. 
^1 — ^ I qq — 1 # Released; setfreej 

discharged^ 
> I ®99^ Qas3IQH9l ftj) — 2. Mvorced. 
*> 1 0Q©iQ^3. Relinquished, 


£tt€T 


( *>;«! ) 


eric*" 


* I qeift qag Qq3IQ?lQI— 4. Separated. 

* I aOTQ Qig — 5, Liesured. "■ ' 

9 I Q\9— 6 - °P en - 

eriQ— giw. ( 9§«) 9. ( §a. e- fft« )— rctq ^5?;— 

PhSra Ploughshare. 

€NQ9 — W. 9— WOWQQ ^ Q§Qf GW99GS9 '— 
Pharaka A temple servant in charge of the key 

of a temple, 

erlQ®$-€!IGQ. ( 9I6W.Q )-9«— flQPfi— 

Pbarakita Full; filled with. 

90J 959, 6^81 ^ Sf G$ tt|G#©— 

W3QGfll9ff. a^H » 

€HQ© |J*— €9€Q- 9. (Q°. ENGQ* N 8ti < S$Q 3H91IQ9? 
Pharanbit - ; S^ ^^«^t^ «199I9 SJ^— 

^Ffif^''HW*ft*" (£rl©^lg-S~^^%a) Fahrenheit. 

^e->°GQ G€l<3 MIQ2IK I *V ©9lGQ Ql3 911 $< 

& ** ©glGQ QiS wer GQQiq ao«i qgq 1 .] <<?i$l 

SI&GQ §QIQGR 0l3 GQCQ ' €1§g 9 ei^l «lfi Wi 
. fitil 9G0 I J 
€HQfl— G9N, 9. ( Q° )-A 1 { Q°. ffflj— 9Q«I3, 
Pbarama GQS>%<3, QSlQ* 2D9CQ G9§j QIQGQ QSli 

iKTOT ©S© €9IQaW— 1. Form for petitions, 

(eritf — M^Q) registers, reoeipU ete. 

Vl ( W. ^O ® ai MG€? OTOQGQ flQI GOT! 
©o|-— -2, Form in printing, 

* I (CI , ETI^ S 9 ©^— 3- Farm - 

v| (q. 'enfl N ) SQ9WH eiQa §§gs$ — 
4. Governamet agricultural farm. 

* 1 ( o°. ertf N ) ©afei WIWIQ 9&K»— 

5 4 4, trading firm, 
f> I ( Q 9 . £T#J 99ilQ^|Q G«)tf1 — 

6. Form; class in a school. 
9 I Q$l ^QQjp—7. Brick-mould. 
€NQa qg>— GQ. « <. v '»°. ffl£+** «9 )—«©«* 
pharama gur<la n<$4 -$9gape$. -Qg) 9«lo1» 
aao G99I SB?"- *©£Cellent molasses manu- 
factured in Government agricultural farms. 
[Q—< GQSGQ 9009 QSP <3©GQ Sg©$9 

aeosi crista <3£ ©fe, WW6.8OT1 «6$ I ] 

giQfll— 69. 9. ( ST. KWL)— <> I «« Q%9I q#ft 9* 
Ph&rasa 93©ET»i qpiQ —Battle axe; the pole* 

*fi«1 ^C^T (Oial — *!9i%a) axe 


q, ai?l« 

at awwi, «, eri^i 


CTtoci wgq aej on" acq oia-snac. fl9!Qa^. € ff 

V I 3IQ3I G^l© ( e««i ) - 

2. Pharasa ko]i ( See ) 

CTIQ3I 6©lft— W. 9 (ST. Qfqi^O; Q^i©; 8^5 OU 

Pharasa koli g^g ) — <1QC$IQ G©lft — 

g". aQW — 0Q$3, ■&■ tree heariDg acid berries^ 

GQalq, GQ^fil, Qig^O, Grewia Asiatica; Carpus 

Grantum. 

[ 3— <iqiq as ^iq« A. 

VI* 9i«) Q© i GS»IO 9QO 

6QI9 ae* 6 eil©GQ 9GQW 

ftlQ 6 «fil GIST §<1 6 «»■ 

qgq 1 a$*QgQ 6 GeiiR 1 

WQsO flOG€J <9I^ 6w'€Ql©9toa 6 §^QIQQ> 

at©Q 6919 ^9 9*Q G<aiq Q3, %©^iQ©, 8^Q 6 

6€iei9l€Q I GQG^ ^^i^. W9i$> QSI6I WQ 6 Wl; 
QQ <SI^§ 1 ] . 
eiQgl— £^OT. 9« ( ®* ) — a^^tG^Ql^— Persian. 
PharasI 9— QJgSflSW^ ^j^i— 

( STI^I— ac^^af) , The Persian language, 

ffl^fl— £IG<? ( GMJSIW ) ^ — «rqp ( W4I ) 
Tharua Pharua ( See ) 

eiSQ — G9GQ. Q ( Q° )— aiOte 9«!QG^«lq qow QEII* 
Pharo ^ggg — A title of the kings of ancient 

(eriqd— etff'Hg.Q) Egypt; Pharoa. 

G«[Q«8— G9GQ 9 < Q°)— asa9ISK?ra©IGl9l— 
harms kopia Pharmacopia- 

e!^l» N " G9GQ. 9 (Q 8 !)— ^fi^q ?Qfl— Royal order. 
PhSrman m*(lQ, <*n*WI 

ffis<SwSi)1i-e$G!5>. « (Q o )-®<ga qi eea wo- 

Pharme(rma,si ^MWt "Kirrkft Pharmacy^ 

G9G9. Q*(Q')— 9WHW 6 9Wj QI9PW 0lt9> 
Phars 


fff4 


eriQ— ^. 

Ph«Ia 


^t<. TO^ jJW — Farce. 


^. I S^GT»Q G^9ttQ^5 ^^Tfl SJ9I — 
1. Ploughshare. 

J I ( EflG + 2IS a^GQ a ) — €tQ: WiGW— - 

2. Siba. 
* I 9QGW} ^»Qq«1— 3- Balargina, 
v J Q^| — 4 s ^ cultivator; husbandman, 

(99,19) — Made of cotton r 


l«*r 


#& 


( *5** ) 


gifija q$r.- 


GQ. 9— («. ETOQ)— * I €Qfa9 QgQ ^y«5 W 
^ *K!«r 2I°€I— 1. Piece; parcel. 

^8T j | gigjg g^itQ <!Q8fc— ^ Leaf or fold or 

shutter of & double door. 

* I Q^9I— 3. Slice. 

v I 2l°€i — 4. Part; portion. 

* I wfa9 $^a qqsQ a$i°a — 

5. The half portion of a thing cut. 
9 I Wfcl9 9gQ<l9 9l«l — 
5. One side of a thing. 

Phal I. I Q|4i- Si<— 1. Side. 

? I Bjoq — 2. Part. 

* I 9IQ5 «l^i°€i— 3. Half, 

a — %% 46) £§ — Into pieces. 

Phala kanda 1, Incomplete. 

(fflO Ql^BB— BC^qS) 5 I <I9 QI^GQ 51191 — 

2, Happening or one side only, 

* I n°§Q — 3. Partial. 

€NG> q%— *. M — (*qi «®i 9*10 QflhMJS?! 9W + q«. 

Phala krushta a|^»©<3| GOTI+© )— (WOfliq 

(ETIO «5i— «QHqg) q€ G9IQ?1$>I — Ploughed up. 

9— SiSra ^iq ©<3I G91Q§(9I $9— Ploughed 

up field. 

€Tl»€QiQ— W- 9.— QGfQ q_9> 9 ^l a 'G QCfQ <$1GQ 
Phala gui eslSKIIQ 3QI G€ii@Q. — A groove for 
SITO putting the ploughshare into the bot^tt 

(ETIQ GQIg — «QH%0) of a plough. 

€T|6> ©$-GQ. 9.— * ! Q0I Q*G fl9iadQ§i3 qeil ©$— 

Phala taada 1, A fine which a man is obliged 

q&& <K>^ to P a y for 20 fault of his. 

j? i Q21I 96) — 2. An unmerited punishment or 

penality, 

019%— G9G9. 9. (§) — ^ f OTQI* Wl-*- 
Phalatu I. Extra. 

emg%q. ] ^ * «Q€i«i©qL aoQgj «i©i%i9 — 

Eflfijja [aQSqp 2. Excessive; redundant; 

ETIQQ J more than necessary; 

c^ i tHrt ' ' 3. Useless; unnecessary. 

* I ©»5 $2JI> 9IS0— *• Yain > fruitless, 

€TiQ ari©— w. w.— «wj «s Mia a^i> CT ' a # Q 

Ph,al» phala G9IQ ©q 0109^1 (?§ «!$)— 
^^ <s<4teigHt4 Divided into slices; sliced. 


(crio otoa, etiq criQea— a»iq,a) 

sea as c&l§ erio mo i o^-cgo^s i 

eriQdJ gqis)— ». 9.— srioqi gqio (eo«) 

PhalasS koli Pharasa koli (See) 

eisseeo— mw. (qia^i) 9. (3. aq^i)— a% ^sae 

Phaiasia (9QQQ QglVS)) — Name of a weapon 
QMS) — G9. €?• — HTIQS11 (OT«) 

Phali PhaliS (See) 

€N©o— w. 9. — (*. fflO) —^9 «& G9fa§ Q9iaQ 
Phalia ^ 6 9© sg — A big piece 3 slice. 

^ fliW a§ ^ iqsw <a1fl dssi, ccikjq €=aiQ^ eioutoa 1 o« 
^.—^ I S>9 — 1. Big; large. 
J I srtft eriffl Q9IQ ©qj giQ^I— 2. Cut into 
stripes or long pieces; split up; sliced. 
• I ffl©OT-fe9«)— 3 . Pbalikia(See) 

• PhaliS ka$ha ^ T ^ rf^T ^IS Split up wood. 

eri&SQ Ql€f^-'OT. ©.— sjosnoGQ oq qiq^qi 9I^€1— 
PhSlia baunsa Bamboo split np into two. 

PhSlikia 2. Consisfciog of a big slice. 

01© ©©i-'GQ ^ — ©i^aq. sria qq sail g^iq^qi 

Pblli bata ^9| — Split up strips of bamboo. 

?i|ilisa Battle axe. 

Phalua *»rt 31srfeWT 1. Very big. - 
(€TI03«, CTIGQQ — <3) 3 1 (q?) €fll*li fSQiicj— 

2. Stout; fat. 

ei^jaaift— w. ^.— 99 09 Set— 

Phalua gandi ^fewwimfe Big buttocks. 

(eri^?Beiig?fl— 9^1) 
€TI«^fl q^i— CQ. 9.— «WiQ 99 99 qgi— 

Phalua gundS Food mads into big handfuls 

^ST^^T^ftr or morsels. 

Qftgl «iqq ai^a q$> 

eiqa g^-TO. « — goci 6 o© (a©<i9 «i^qq) q<J — 

PhSluS mn-hafi Ml^l^f Flat and big face. 

gifijjso q/i— ot. 9a- ep— coai <^ 99 sj<aqg (ao<jQ 

Phalua muhaS ?i^QQ) — Having a big and flat. 


( +>*\ ) 


m\ 


PhSluka JSnSSTT; §3n§3Tr Bloatedj swollen. 

Phale sigmj <0 ariG) — Hall. 

Phalguna q©GQ ae'o §QiQ^ q<|GQ eriQ q ffsg)- 

1, Arjuna. 

> i aidQ aQQ^I qggiQ cira— 

2. The lunar month of Falguna. 
016} ft — 3. ^> — ei© r ©^- Arjuna. 
Phalguni 

PhSlguni 8^91— 1 The fullmoon of the month 

v : , nof Phalguna- 

2. The llth and 12th lunar mansions or 

asterisms. 

, €F14I— GQ. S>. (s. aia) — t I «19 a§9l QIQ3 ais— 

Phasa 1. Snare; net. 

* ft > I ^5»IQ 91 <9Q9Q «!^— 

3tf*aft- i$fc[f 2 Knot of a rope or thread. 

• I QQ^GQ O^HQI §3$! fife— 

3. Slipknot; noose. 

v 1 tfllfei— 4 A kind o£ eafrin^. v 

&a w «* «i@ eva Qi3 

>;ff|S— G9. 9. (*• SIS)— V l"€}Q«©i'QQ5» : "CQQ SQ9I— 
PhSsi 1. Death by hanging. 

4^\ ^ I OS9IQ ©Oft €13— 

ifif^ft* 2. A wild tree; Anogeissus Acumenata. 

"1gQt££$pl OS^Q— A kind of mattress of 
^ bamboo-laths with small interstices 

throughout. 

«cri«ia— gq. $. (*/ ,; «ii)-*-»» 6 oiogq 8$i99i ©iqq 

Phasia go. SjQ28 — Wire ring for the nose and ear. 

^31 j££| gflg ^^-^OzkB who hangs a man till 

death; hang-man. 

.'ffiaaq— »• 9. (sr. aia)— * r W stiS^gq ^ aa- 

Phasiara qifl^ETlS «<8iGQ qj#*— 1. A hangman. 
ffl§2IQ 7« oofl * IGQ§ ©»!#» GQW cfefGftf" 
erilteiq j ™ ffia ftQiQ gsvaroosi QCQ- 

■"-'ffiSC? QQdlQ ^«b— 2. A straB^nlatingJrobber; 

- <h)8>HKI . a Strangles 


' *'l G$a«G^WW 9^!Q9I 9i<^ — 
, s £ ^ p 6faGn who involves people in danger. 

tflOTQ-SiGQ. (QiGftflift) S— 99 ffiaqsj q«9«]q ©ift^ 
Phasiarl A kind of noosed fishing net. 

[ <)i^acQ v 9Si 99 ^12 a^ Q9§ I 3tQ (lift' 

~ £ria€Tfi*l" 9ict Qteift aia§ i ] 

Phasi ka"tha QQQil QCiiQ ETia Qfl QW3W— 

(ffl8fl«V, ffia««— '<K!»iq3) The gallons, 

Phasighara(ra) Phasi5ra (See) 

»|33(€€I)TOI— W. Q—W£ ^QWGQ £H«Wei 9Q9K- 
Phasi ghi(ghe)niba To commit suicide by 

(£119 fi»OTI— TOiq.9) hanging. 

Phasi dayrja(r^i) Rope used for hanging men. 

ffiagft— w- 9-qoiG^eq.efoqalQ ^iS^tq wW- 

Phasi danda ffia^a Qfij —Punishment of hanging, 

(CTt3$%^— «h%9) ^T'WlTO "T*f*ft4*^ 

€fia 6WI — OT* ^— ^ I ^R® GQ9I> ©GQ CJWQGQ 
Phasi deba gfift\ — 1. To die by hanging. 

m %\Q9\ ? « afl * ' «<«C5|OSl .€T13 GQQ 

CTIQ' Ml(Gfil)G9l j ^ SI W— 2 . To strangulate 
* t* <?fe5l 'Freft ^Tf a person by hanging. 

g^aiQ^i— gq. ^— qw§ ^ ^915 aw-9qQ9i— 

Phasi paiba To undergo the sentence of 

*ffi*lfe«l ^rffe^TT hanging; 

Pha^isiaht 39%© 9ISWIW ^GQ^I q»«i©Q 
(ENS 9^ j GETS '§% - «^%9) 0O9&IS— 

^Jtflt f»ft Facksiat; the name of ^ new apolitical 

^fe ire P art ? in Euro P e - 

9^19 qwn a»^ ©Q tsifi§ 1 ] 

ffi<l-G9W. 9. (ft . 3%)—** I sa^— ' 
Phaaht L First ; 

. *ti ^ : '• I-QG9I0 arQi^o^a— , 

i|^ 3, Occupying the highest |>oa*aon. 

Going fa ;. 


m% Q«9Si^ 


( */•.? ) 


£T9Q 


Phasht iar kl5s 9G$9, $ Q gQQ.Q fl€W 9lSQ CfldK 

^$$v$ ^t 5 ? The ^ rBt y ear c * asa °^ a °°n e 6 e 
qmpR.wnr of school. 

€THl x O© s — .fi^CQ- -Q ( Q°- ff^ N +<©J~2D9£Q WGQ 
Phasht ed cc^O 9^ S© 9^991 Sl2l99 QQ^q 

. : ««W 91 ©i^Q QQ§© Q ?{G£l ©KJl S^iGfl £fl<| N 

€ri^ v ©is— GQGQ. 9 ( Q* ) — ^ I WiiaqiQQ gaa 
Phasht klas Qfl^(]*^»l- The first class of a school. 

? 1 GGjft, GWQ «»Q «WI© G£Jgll— 
2. The -firs* class of a rail or steamer. 

Of first class; superior to all others. 

eri1 v ai(GQ G<a»Q— g?g9. $ (q°. cn^aiGsaa)— gsi§ 

phasht pa(pe)seEjar <3l$1§Q| GG)$G1I§> q|U|Q£l Gil§> 

*i iww siGasi ©$» gi© 9GQ— 

<KTC *HK>T Fast passenger train, 

giQisjT— siw. ( ei«ifl ) m". ( s. 99 )■— a& sief— 

Phas5ri(Ji Vain; infructuous. 

€NGj- G9. 9 ( 3. 9? )— GQtq ft^a^eifJ QS 9l<5»lQ 
Phasu 9QGQ9I 9GQ G9^ STQq QjSJ aa Q9ia 

ftJm !3ff, Qt^KTj G>«>«l- ETI^-The sapless 
WKNgW r IJT remains of the scourings of cocoanut 

kernel after they are pressed 

gi^eri^—GQ. ( a«>i§9Q«i- ) «— qistai «9i (mi ©If 

Phasu phSsu a§ G912I) G^9IQ9lGi #& — ^ ne soun d 
f%5f f^>f of chewing chaff, 

ffl«$t — GQ. W— gpQiq* S$3— Corpulent. 
PhSsupda ^f^Qtffll HKI&IMI; ^RTST 

( m$— %l ) 

3IWBQ— G9. « ( ©1«»G««ilq <W«I ) — Sfl^l^ ^ 3Q|4lGQ 
Phahian ^Q©^ 3i3g9l ©G©9 ©lOWal^ as«*$9— 
^tferfa Name of a Chinese traveller who 
*hll£l*IM' visited India in the 4th century A. D. 

[ $— «9Iqq 3$© sw 9i° » oloGQaGQ ss>- 
saGfl fll- ^ 3IQGQ qso^aiQq©! sq&wgiq 

C9Nwtf fl«lK> G9IQHQ I -.fflfttt© QQ©qi «fi§H9| 

aaa g©s>9 a§§i99 i< -gi •*« aRoi^*^ ga^ 

; 9QQ eiiftlGSWI 9Q G£rfG9i« «*IW flff QOOI 

«Q^Gfii I ] 


§— G9GQ- 9« ( n )— gG©M©— Every; each. 
Phi % *& ( gal— '.ff ©£ilGQ G9 ©^ QO^ [ ) 
GQG9. « (Q°)— TOjG^)— Pkij (See) 
&2D — G9. 9(9*. G8t® )— t I GSTQQIi -gQlS© 99% 
Phia GQ^iQQi — 1- Exhibiting; showing. 

J I G«lft<M— 2. Opening 
$$—K I GQ«IQ OaBflQIi gQ]§Q Q^QlQ^^f — 
1 Exhibited. 
> I G-3IIQ a!Q^9l^g— 2 . Opened^ 
'9«©— WGQ. 9 (ft°)— ^ I QGQ%9 ©I9Q ®ff!^9)- 
Phiuj a°aQ ^© OTQOQ&Q ®&<$\q ^>Qqo^\~ 
&$fe ft^SC 1- Fusing of an electric wire... 

J| Q|0 H«?GQ S^ SGM 9^91 aiQ* Q^s? 
QStlQQI ©$1©Q «IGI 91 QS9— 
2. Fuse of a firework, 

8QG©*S! ©ff— GQGQ* Q ( Q° )~^ SlflqGQ OTtei- 
Phiudetarl chiph G99I Q^GQ 9£I^Q 9GSr SflQ<5i 
fi^^ltfl^ fed^A^ ^t^ Q9i — feudatory Chief.. 

§$£©$$ sit— g§w. 9 (Q°)—Gia$ qw qoi q<^ 

Phiuje^ari shtet. g9£!GQ Q9I^C^ q|9»3<i G99f aiQ* 
fo&Wj& J| cSfe Sl^^iq' «JI9^ aiSD^ — Feudatory 

Ph^ii/I fe State, 

[g-^aiQ G1991Q q©«Kiio Q°go gQ9iQ^ 

9GCT «fi» Q.QQGQ- GS G«fllGG» 9G;9!Q^ QQIQfe 9Q 
G9G9 6 ?I9Sm9 G9GQ qjS> GQGfS GWI 2JJQ 
jpaiq|QG9 I SW <fl[Qfi^*l^Gtq| G^^ (9Q9qQS> 
€9N3IQ?l«l, QGQ <I9I9^ ffQGO*^ G^| ( gi9!Q9- 

gi^a^T !- qo« ) g^iqqi^^Q; ©qG^ <qi«?^ 

GQ90.*89«I G-HI* 0151 ^SJiqQ^ <1GQ <tfJ|OsT 
6?QI C%| G9IQ O £!!£ 6§)QI 6 flaiSGQQ 6 
G&$Qlc$fiQ q©^iff«? 9aiQ *Q%g G^]| <IG©CjT" 
WW G€ll«<i q^gs 9^ 9IQSS 6 qsyigsQ SISG* 
g^G® aqflWIOI%G0 GtQ§Q G9ffQJ^ (99Qt)^ 
<iG©« ^WQ g©«£© G9lQ«t2§ I ] 

ff*&°— GQ. ( yGi«*Q9Q^I ) «J— £ 9* ( GOS ) 

PhiS phin Pun pun ( See > 

€?9G«— SIW. (9°^) 9— GCII93 ©G©Q— 

Phik-do Bulbul. 

§9Q— G?GQ. ( «. S9Q=9^ QQiq )— t I QQQi^ 

Phikara €><$}— 1. Thought; contemplation.. 

ftft^l. 'f|W > I ^£11^9^1— 2. Thinking out a 
( 3«Q — a«Wq,Q ) means. 

3. Means of livelihood. 


ffOQ ai*9i 


( *>•• ) 


oato 


v | ^g|fl — 4. Means; resource* 

cgga c?qq cflico »«i — eroi^Gfli^sp. 8ffl« aoq«a i 

* I ETQl; GfcfaSj ^SS™* - Sfcrata £ em ; artifice; 

contrivance; tactics 
£ I CJQG9CI — 6, Anxiety, 

$> I WfiWft asq— 7. Shelter. 

ri aw— 8. Feigning; excuse. 

§9Q aigQI— G9. Q — SJQICj Qai9Q 9Q9I— 

Phikara pi&nchiba To think out a way out of a 
fap^tW3l sffol* **r«WI difficulty^ 

SOQQICH- GQG9. W. ( ». ScqflQ; 39Q9IQ ) — ** 
Phikarabaj v | TO9IS?; G9fa»1; Qaiq%3Q — 
fa^l4<l«f* 4tl*44~4 !• Resourceful; strategic. 

CT9Q9IQ., ff9Q9$, 1 aa oa } ' e9IQI ^i G^idl— 
SQQa j 99«9IQ 1 ? ^ 2. Active. 

* i s>ai© wig— 

3. Tactful; having presence of mind. 

ffQi— €9. wi. ( *. 8cr> §£>— s«. er© ) — 1 t a[«j^ , 

PhikS £fO|- 99$ — 1. Pale; light "coloured. 

( iteiSa, 3^1— «iqi%3 ) -> I og^Q— 

2. Bloodless; anemic. 
«> I 9Q9; <3!Q3— 3- Yapid. 
v | ©qw — 4, Gloomy; dejected. 

* I fl©9 — 5, Foul. 
£ I ai5i&2D; 3lQ<iff — 6 - Tasteless, 

SIG9. (€1991© ^ SFWTO) 9 — 3©l— Tape, 
( SI0I— S|Q 919 Q$ SO OTOIQ 3QI I ) 
§01 QIQ— SIG9- (SMMQ) 9. ( §»• §. CCTQffl — 
Phika jala GETlai^Pl)— G99IQIQj G3Q ©!Q$_C9!Q 

gritar snsr j^qiq qq^i ai§f &qq$_ Sep aid aq- 

^Tt^H S3K1 — Casting net. 

g©— G9. 9— 9g 91 CJ8QI G«i»GQ W^[ OT»I» TOGQ 
Phiki q©| # q^| 6 W S!@€i€^ Qta fliqcji £41091% 
9l*h G99I WQI — The state of a player in 
the Ganjapa game being obliged to place 
his oard with 9 points, when the adver- 
sary has got with him the King, the 
Minister and the card with 10 points. 
SIN. ( WMQ ) $ — ©iaeaa — Card play. 

§©qi— giw. ( chaw !• ( ?. as ai% qo. aia 

Pbikiba £©$; g. GCTWI )— 3sf^l> Cff'v-i; 91— 

( S^9tj 3flp9l - tlQiq? ) To throw. 


9a— G9. 9, g9i<3i C9G9q$r qsi )— ww assa^ 

Phinga 9I&0— The bamboo pole attached to the 

. back of a palanqin. 

[ 3—Q9i^i taa 9i^a%%j_ G9iQ£ii< i ] 
era*©— e. 9 (srcr— ages* »+c5 ^=3991+ 

Phiagaka a 3 afiWiff.'QIfl aflnlt, 9QST; QCf ) — 
fifal QOOOIffl OGGiQ— The black dronga 

feSrr; $f*H (bird); the fork-tailed shrike; Corvus 

v Balicassiue. 

Sfifi— G9. 9— ( s. Sa^ai^ ) t 1 aa9i 91 G£Tiai?9l— 

Phinga 1. The act of throwing. 

fWl > 1 Q*l 91 G*9I ^Q% 60 , IQI§>9I aid 

*fc%5fl 9s9^>Q Q^f Q ETigQQI — 2. Slings 

* I ( S. 3eFQ ) WQI^ 0G9Q- 
3. The black drongo (bird). 

jf«l 9«— eeria^i saiQ?i9i— 

Vw gWT Thrown away. 

ffai(ecr)QOi— SQ. ^ — S3gwiq 3q<$ q.a— 

Phinga(nge)ib6. The causative form of Phingiba* 

C^gft aaiQ COO WlQ fl»GQ QQSQ I 

(5CTIQG99I— «^s%£l) 

9aiff&-G9. 9—^ I GSTIQ91 Gffiafc- «G99 9g% 

E*bmgaphiigi 5sp9 ©isai— 1, Throwing away 

g^t5#t SMM^fi* of man y ar tioles- 

j 1 aQBQ% ©Gft 8QiQ9l — 2. Throwing down 

of each other ou the ground, 

* I aQ«Q (G%9i «89) Geria^i G^iap GWi— 

3. Throwing of missiles at each other. 
G9. 9— <. I QQ^Q%©Ga^a^lQ9l — 

1. Throwing down each other on the ground* 

iff I iff 6$K# q<» as«S9l qjff 9* P9 f S«© 9Q$ I 

^ I GtflQQi ceria^j (gq«) 

2, Phopar^a phopardi (See), 

Scri €€TICi©l 931— G9. 9 — B9I9Q9J 9I© 1 !— 

Phinga phoparda katha Disrespectful words- 

3«riO — «. 9.(TOIQ G9G9qQf ««)— G9^ G9G9q?«G'?' 

Phingala 991 QQ afiSJ© 9I§3 QIG^Q ai«Q— 

5fifl02i I The bearers carrying the back* 

GErGttG J " side pole of a palanquin* 

[<g — gQi^Q aa 9I^«% 9!G^Q9I G9G9qQ' 

$3j« G9IQ3K I] 


( J#fJ><*V ) 


:a$e 9R 


Phingiba Ca<3t6l)-V I <^Qq ©CS9QQ9I3 GEflai§) 

.. ; f 5BT, ^fist ■ :; 699l — 1. To throw away; to caBt 

^f^TT ,...;■■ away, 

> I ©mIQ ©QQI — 2. To abandon; to relinquish.. 

:i,: v ' * I ( <$£-, Qt!£ ) TOIQ^I— 3. To cast (one* 8 

* ' eyes). 

<3G9 pT 9*is cfcr, ©itf oa . ■ ' 

©!© v (g x )— £?G<3. $ (Q g )— ©^IdO QQ 91 ^9; flKWS — 
.' £hij(s) ^ (?S^r Fees:; ©ess. 

Phij <s)tae(ya)n g$QI3|Sft^Q ©§q — Ascertainment 
#\*!^rc fo»^<l«W of the fee to be paid. 

is— ewe. % (Q )— «. 1 QiActQflBg— *- Fifc - 

,.=. Phit j | gjaGSHCll— 2 Fitting. 

#tl> fas: §. (Q°)— ^ | £$| — 1. Fitj fainting. 

-> I C^qo^-ff'q© B\ m ■ 9$9©ff— 2. Feet 

(length). 

S^l^— W. W*-tt. $^ «*U Q°. ffl^— ©fRSW 
'. Phitphat 9€h) — M q$$Q — 1* Well decorated; 

* ^^tfe fa?CTRI£ well dressed; Well eqipped 
'"■' > I qqjjQ— 2, Bright. 

* ! ' fin i ©gglQ — 3. Wonder ful # 

■w* I QiefiW — 4. Srilliant; dazzling. * 

■*■ | Ql^W SJQGQ ?a3o— 5- Fopppishj 

shipshape. 

§s'qi— si«. («dog€s) 9— aaoi 491 ewi; Gsa 

Phit-ba GWl — Passing of liquid stools. 

Phit babu ' 9*1$© Qs^— 1. Beau. 

£* 99s> ) „ oqoa ' I «a©Q <go a^giGQ gciigoi^ 

&{« S§S> J ^ <$3£h$ Sjfi© 9m^— 

#fi^tt^ 2, A person dressed in the latest fashion 
Em^I^ from top to toe, 

^(fc1)G~G§G<?, 9. (Q°. 0feG)— 
fc . Phitattl)n OfcltO^QI qQO&l QQ — 

, ft"fes( feS«T A phaeton carriage, 

2*!"— W- W- (*• €£««?i i.*)— * l <wgg— 
Phita 1. Unbound; dishevelled. 

C*M; C^fel 5 I QQ g, — 2. Open. 



^m-, ^5IT « I q&Ot— 3. Untied.] 

v | qgjQ— 4. Separated. 

OT- Q — ^GQlOff— Untying, 
(saeil — S^OIfii 3"%l I) 
9&IQ— W. 5. .W— |i%Ga 5 f^%GQ— Clearly. 
PhitSi - ctala'caicc Cat «^» G«& 9\$ \ 

Phi^ai kahiba ?»gQI — To make a clean breast 
*fcfft 3*fl of every thingj to speak out a thing 

^SCTa: flR?r.^«RT5 SCra OTK mrT jWlHT- olea*ly. 

PhitS^)ib5 ^ I G®ISi91; %% QQ9lj GflQ QQ9I5 
fe 1?# Q^l%® 9€^| — 1. To untie; to open; 

to unfasten. 
J I ^filQQI; Q®® <jg V99I— 2. To release. 

3. To divulge (a secret). 

4. To explain dearly. 
lNl&'9fQ 9?Vv$Wol I 99^9. 99<9Q9 39 I 

* I ^S© QQQI — 5. To spread out. 
9 \ MS QQ^I} a§>QI — 6 - -To give up. 

fllQ9$ $€ Q3 82S9 9$ 

<9 AGS' g« t?G« O'O CT3IQ I 9191. #0 <SQO | 

[ W1Q GQOI, 9^IQ 90l(W)QQI-r«C> , i%a ] 
§Sl 9®— W.' Q— flWI0IO«»% GW Q9 — 
Phita phi^i Eupture; difference. 

■*prt ^l ai9i wic^i <$*<% 9Q qQGTQ 

Qei— qa«; qflff; «R«I Ci«lQ! — 
Separated from one another. 

C99(a* sstcticff sa trw? 

€9!Qfl GQ«£« &R3 CQQ Qif I '^|^9* (1913^0. 9C3CI I 
9«l §? 9QQI"G9. -§--aQ%aQ 3%IQ9I— 
Phita phiti kariba To open repeatedly* 
^t ^1 ^1 ^loll^lfal *<HI 

df © §w— N. §* (^- qe»)-qw N GW; stew g^iq- 

Phitikijiba 991- — To become independent of; to 
«HHM 5«?n be separated from. 

^R*$ ?t5R 9^Q^Q 9!G9€i9 9flf 9^99 0^1?^ ffS9^g t 

ft^O G399 I 


X tyVF** ') 


3§ v (^h> 


, ■ Phitikirl -glGf^ll — '■Alum; borax. 

sr. gisi ■ $fr$Qi, ftl, [ 3— <kh- 'toa ©*€§ oi© 
. Q€f9QI, QGMfiM, tw, aw 6 .ot eq to 6 Q9© 

■ P$tffi\; ftfefofl ®«klCQ 09! Qm9^9 §« I <9l 

fesfe^" Q<3I 6 q§}80 QGCI3 <39l«J[ 

, SO. ST?© 9!§tGQ QQf^JQ "G3 m3GQ 5$ 

ETC£<RS]|<.I WSHflft 89£§ <9I 91®, a^, 9ET, §S|, 

*S> .j&$q£<Ma$ i qgjeii cqsi oi$tq.ffiag i ] 
. 9§9I— 5Q.3. (e. ^\ai§)— i I 9$&^ 1% GWI — 
J Pbitiba 1. To be released. 

■ ^pfiwii ae€ig fliqi 9© ere* I ■ «gqta, qsi?© i 

(OTflQI— aOH^q) J I QQ^.3 G99I; QQI3Q GWI; 
G3G3 GWI — 2. To be opened; to be loosened. 
«'l S$l£fe GWr— 3 - Tg.appear. 
v I 919IQ9I — 4 « To -come forth; to issue. 
qqqoiq v§ eri ao acq) 

+ ISQG^^OTI - **^ To be removed, 

€Q ©csiiej ! 5?9Q eg <acQ9 1 0*0^1 s^aiq ©a er cito J 
9 \ Q% G99l-—b\ To be lost. 

oeo c§sq 010 s§® «a§ a 1 ? s>£ $$ aio ' gq^c'i. Qtfto 1 
9 I qa© G991 — 7. To be separated, 
r i (giQj 9§9I — 8. (a spring) To flow out. 

ti 1 £jGhMQ QQS9I — 9 * To be withdrawn, 

I* ! (#&) Wi ^eiQ^i $Q9l — 
10. (the mouth) To open for speaking, 

<A I (Qalfl^eSqQHaS €9QI— 11-. (o^'s luck) 
To be good-, to be favourable. 

V I (G9€l) fl?W G99I— 
12. (the hair) To be dishevelled or untied. 

t-9»OI— OT. V. — flj^^l C03IQ ©$9J Q# — 

, Phird-k5 Driving away beforehand by threats; * 
- Sgwi ff^A 9^1 I aOT QJ, scaring away, 

, ;Pbirdka(ke)ibS 1. To loosen; to slacken. 


W*m ■ -alQI^QO PQQt-^2- To remove. 

' * I ©^ GQ'SIQ Ql aq^lQ 09 GQ9I) ^qplQ^I — 

: 3. I'o drive away by threats; to scare awajf, 

Phir^(r^i)kibS <a§g9i~l.To be uprootedj to 
«s5^sfa +JHMI be removed. 

/%S^fe Q9i —2. To Ey away. 

so l oq$) 991 — 3. To be loosened. 

v 1 $a$ QCi QO|C)9l— 4. To ba scared away, 

* I &§*WI — 5. To shoot out. 

§a-~Gii. «. (e. 9S«)— q3>-eerQ3 ^Q «q^ «wiq— 

Phin ^t^^^a^t^ fe: Again; over. again. 

^i-^QQQ^^ 9 . (a^ls?. alsn) — 'i I ^GtlQ £i£G^6 

PhifeS sflBiagieQ- 6 G9^llGQ 9ffl99l g^i* ^i 

^KT> f^S: Qfi GW N ; W9I8— 1. Ta pe; ribbon; 

qfarr ■ J '-..-* lace. 

-» I ^Q^^B9I £)l59%a'?— 2 - Measuring tape. 

Phita dhatdi' OQ^ : G9lQ ^1 CWfi 314— 
8 ^Sttt? ^>« i Cl< ^ape-bordered (oloth). 

* (Mi 39^ S^ti^toi aifia— oQ^ep) 

PhiturSt(ti) ^ 1 gs|sj G^Q — 

f^g?;, fi>j<^ , ftf^A J. ftevolt; rebellion. 

> I Si^jQQOI— 2. Anarchy. 

^ I Q9QQ — 3. Oppression. 
§£|.~ i I- QQS-9! — -1 - Oppressive, 

/ 1 G9Q2I — 2* Rebellious, 

Phituri G«Q 91 9^19 — Rebellion; revolt; 

mutiny, 

§»IG^— G9G<?. 9. (Q # )— <^8© «^ 6 ^cfa 9^ QQ91 

Phinail OT^' 9i98© ^S9§ qqi^99 5996^— 

f^H l ^W l*WIW (GTOIQQ— flOl^l) Phinile. 

§&— GQ. a."— (ao^eqa)— 6^ a99Ga<3— 

Phi phi ^* ^" ^ ^' Hissing labial sound, 

Phiphi kruta ^*<Pt^l ^+K The labial sound 
(ETETQIGl — 2I9m%9) of phi phi. 

Pbapt(phth) N ' Fifth, 


*i 


( ***$> ) 


£rq* 


ete^erej) qqq ©is— g§gq. 9. (q°)— qgqsq ans qi«q 

PhipMphth) iyar klas ggjgfl — The fifth year 

class of a college. 

§#— giG9 (qsici) 9-Ga9i9QiaGQ«Q siqsi gg^sij 

Phimpa «fl® 6291-— The sapless sugarcane after 

the juice is pressed out of it, 

£r#i§Qi— giGQ (9igrag0 ^ (qs>9 q<ai)— Gmai§>9i— 

Phimpardiba To throw away. 

ff^(#)— G9. 9— 9$ 6 €191 SOQ 9$99 n<tf §JQGQ 
PhJmpi (mphi) QgGQ ©§ QSGQ G9«1lfl9l SQ€1I — 
5fat Minute fungii growing on grains 

^^; <K«pft, ^^ etc long kept in a wet 
(er8, 3$ — «JOh^Q) place; mildew; mold. 

er# aiQ9i— G9. $ — 9$ 6 ash $acQ a©sn a$99t— ^ 

Phimpi mariba To be mildewed. 

€PQ— glGQ (9IGGWQ 6 G&®) 9— $91*— Door 
Phira 

Sqgp— a. 9 (Q° sis^ aQ; o9«» 339GQ q$o) 

Phiranga QSJG^a GQ9 — Europe, 

[g— ai©l9 e^oGQ <ig qs?q 9h99Iq ffig*j 

9g f&QQ G99iSI$ q989i€IQ6Q <! 39 9<i9<jj>9 
G99IQ G9SISJK1 i] 
{eFQGfal— (fl) 9$l— Q^GQQ G9€l9l3l— European. 
€TQGP GG|GI— 3. 9— $39°a 9! QQ91 G^Q— 

Phiranga roga Syphilis. 

[2— 9'S Vo ° ssf qg^ Q©9 gwiq gs q9- 

99I8GG1 GR«H tag Gfl < GQGI ET9CT G9SG9 9$« 
Q9G9 ^ $<* GQlSi ^J GQGIQ 913 ef^a GQ9 I 
<m^ ^3® $« GS3 ffQCtl 91 Q^Gqal^lGff « 
G9S% * MR S^ Gg ^3?IGQ l] 
€rQCr GQ§— e. 9— ai€fGqt1— Loaf. 

Phiranga rot* (e?Qa Gq§9l — as^a) 

§Q(Q)0>1~G9G9. M. 1°. (Q<\ giQ)-VIQgjGq^ 

Phira(ri)rigi 9,^. g|GW-l. European. 

[ro(«)OTWll— 41] ; | oqi giGW- QgjGqalq 

ftfo#t q^gqr ®99GQ $9S!£ji q} q&io q$iQ 6 

2. Eurasian; Anglo Indian; (specially 
Indo-Portugese). 
[9— SIG>1P WG9 S^a W GQWI|<1 Olfi*, 

eg d ^00 qiq 8qq q TO G ^ w g^ (<aai— $9- 


a^cile x QWnco 9GaiaQQ$_ m GeoiGQ gpgoq 
G^alq 4teQW eoo 9ig .9Q q^gq i ©eiaGQ 

GfllOQ 919^19!^ SflOGQ 3GQ9 Q^G^eil^ ao9 : 
Gflia^fl^QT ©9SGQ ^S>Q $Q?iG£l I QJQ9GQ 
Q°qOfliGff «i«|Olq) GTOI 3GQ «9€18 qlGWAIG© ^ ■ 
•<! GQQ^l ^^SQ I <§Sllftfi5r ®Q3G€i G<?€l1q %|g|<^r 
QQGQ G3Q g$IQS|GP Q<% ?[Gfii G9§«IG»Qf ^QdQ- 
9IW Swl G9IQ9K3 I QQQGQ «qg 909^1 

qk? (gai— flKgi®, oa«isi, ©|giq^ 9i«qcis)gq 
2i€9© Seisfl ^Gfij 6 ass) 6 ^qift^r sa^ 

GQ§«a§ G€J g^°99 3$ (swq ©G«f€lG» <3flil, J3I9I« 
oaGfl QQ09ldfllGQ 81)9^19 9Q?1GQ) g^l^ 
9<?ilGQ «iq5i«i©Qi«(l Sqo ©IGls^ 9h^IGQ g^Q 
EWg 1 Qi«»q© gg>GQ f §Qa cqsT ei^fi© aiQGQt? 

9f9 G9IQ«© I '^9 SQIfl' g^9 Q9^©l §19 SflQT «3Q 
QQQQifl ^99GQ QQ I GS gflSJSQ Sell© voo $g 

qw Gg m» 33*19 Sw Gq9 (QQ9°a) 9^§^9IQ 
2J999 %< 1 oei^iet, o|giq ^9 2i$9GQ %1^IG9 
^QST GQ%^'9! 'ffQfifl G«iai' MI9 3q5M^G9 
9I@Q QQ G9^il Q^IQ GQtS SJQI S9«il9^ 9I$$ ! 

9Qcrl9iG9 ^€ii giGW aiacQ aq©9 G9^-- 

aSSJ I efQOl 9191G9 0I9GS1 <iqKJ*fi^2l9fl|Q G9ia§< I 

<q\qq qQwidlqimr ^Ga 9 3ff : "Q$Ggg1e[ q«- 
i oq^ ^9q« $>Qgj. ^ qs»<siQ9 i9ai aiQ 
qQ99i$itoiQQr qca gfliw si^qiq 919 9^5 1 ] 
§Q©-G9i 9— ( a. aoiiQQ*)— serssi ( GQ5J ) 

Pbirat Pherasfca. (See) 

9QOI— G9. 9tf ( ^. a©*il^^ )— Gff9$i ( G9«l ) 
Virata Pheranta ( See ) 

§Q&— G9 6 G9G9. 9. 6 9«.— 6ET€|g ( G9«l ) 

^ Phirasta Pherasta ( See ) ■ 

9q(GQ)Q— G9. 9 ( e. ©rfQ s ; ©qCo ) - 

Pmra(re)i t. | g aKa ^ m g G ^ QQ 9Q(|W 9cg( g, 

( £?gqq— «9iq,g ) ^gi- e^qi; otiq ^aetg gqqq 
cfeft, <feft ^t, imn g£riQl^c 99 c iig; gq«i— 

1- A mode o£ parting the hair of the fore- 
head. 
3 I OIQ GGtftGQ 9G« CMie ©Q^GQ ^91 Gq^ 

'GQQfiT' Olq ,GQQ »9Q QSQ Qig^agj ^ a . 


QQQ .©If 91 


( *W ) 


QI<Jy€S3€5[* OlSfjL <^%%3 QQ «QQ ©IS $&$€* 

2. ( Cardplay ) Cards of a cfass different 
from those of the first player with which 
the Beoond player can win the 1st player's 
throw. 

ffQ(6Q)Q 9if ©I— W. 3— «K» ©aio QMS W>Sl 
Phira(re)i katibS q$ SJQ^^IQ <aiGQ GQ« 
C&ft^ 9I9IQ «W»I— To part the hair of the 
Hl*m>te«U head with the comb and leave a 

parting line in front. 

Phirada(di) ( etc ) e€tq9(9) Q«il9( && > 
, PherfdaAcLi) etc (See). 

erq— go. $ — 5qq \ ( e<ra ) 

Phiri Phirai ( See ) 

0*6)0 — GQ 6 C§». 9 — 999 ( GQS1 ) 

Phirika Pirika ( See ) 

aiCQ ' qigmq ) §— OSSIQ q3 913— 

A kind of sea-fish. 
glSQ ( Q9«l© ) 9— ©« — Dragon fly 

3«l»(S)— flICT ( «19©i® ) 9— Sw ( GQ« ) 
. Phiri»ga(ngi) Phirika ( See ) 

GQ Q A 93— ffQa (G9«) — Phiranga ( See ) 
3€jCrt-«igi«fl— W- 9— <Q£»IQ aa^s— A-kindof 
Phiringl samrani incense; frankincense. 

CWQ «G$ €519 G^ei ©9IQO $4 I ( 99**VI 

Phirirdi A species of bird. 

["g— <WITO 91^1 ©6QQ QQ Gfl^Qfll; <AIW 
qgcQ 98W £SI9 3g I <!fllGG> 9»9» G9IQ a Iff 
G9S>GQ Q§) ff«l«4 ©% «QSJ I ] 

Phiriphira 9GSS— 

q>«feft 1. A kind of earring with flat pendants^ 

[g — ^391 QjQQ Q9Q gclSQ 89 eQQIQ 
CWMSIKI I ] 

-> i ^> Qais 9§ff QQQQtfseafl— 

2. Hanging tassels. 

« i 3a 3s 9QS15 ®9 csiqigq qqsi— 

3. Drizzling rain. 


■: flO 9.C«l«i CQIO 83Q ^ . . 

?B§ OQffQ GGJG£> S1^«Q 
GQG<? SIQ 991Q GQfc $0 QQ 

giGQ. ( ©QI9i£} ) 9— 3918©— Butterfly. 

Phiri phiri $§£?; tae qifllQI ( 9Q$I )— Drizzl- 
ing (rain). 

gsi q,g qq Q diQ i ©«Qta. ga?t> 
SIG9. ( SWWS ) 9— S§— Dragop fly. 
SIW. OfiHOTS) 9— ©&MTl€»6«3«lirq — 

A kind of ear ring. 

Phiriyada $rq9 ( G9« ) PfeerSda ( See 1 

ttQqiQ 91 ft SOI fi-lGfl 9Q0 ? 

gQ^i— Goe<5t -9. ( « §9^ )— 

Phirista, qqSifllff €(6^19 WW- Angel. 

Phiristi fiflSRl" fefi^ 1 «Wi3 €Tlf— Listj 

schedule. 

gGQq— C^eo.W— SOWi 9Seq«r"Every day, daily. 
Phi roj §K3to 9— 8G^©I , ( W« ) 

Sgqoi— cqw- 9— ( fft ^^^ «\« QCQO, acq© )— 

Phiroja ^falW flGQ©l ( GQ^ ) 

■ qftrRfT PirojS (See) 

Phil t. I 9iQ — 1- Elephant. 

ftn ' J\ 9&QS G«OlGQ GOfQI GQI%1 — 

q?fer 2. Name of the boat in the game of chess. 

Sswiioi— g?n. ^ ( eri )— 

Phil-khana ^TTf^l 91SI9 IO— 
q ^gj^WI Elephant stable- 

€pq*^l)§— G9GQ (Q°)- M 91 aoi Wl«9QQ <59h 
Phil-taita)r fifi G«liaQ GOTI6Q9H9J0 3^— Filter- 

9fl^€TIQ — 6969. 9 (eti) €©$rfflGig— A pair of kettl e - 
Phil-phor fihq|Ch1< (fffijeMa — SlffH%Q) drums. 
<TTOr a — 9©g^ll© — Immediately. 

fffi^-»W. 9 (Q°>— 

Phild ^ 1 G«» a^a — 1, Playground, 

^5 > 1 gGQ^QfllQqrQ flla ©QQI 6?9— 2. The field 

^ifteS' of surveying; surveying ground* 


( *^*r ) 




* J %§>S$; Q*|Q1— 3. Battle-field. 
v I q§9$ — 4. • Agricultural field. 

* I GAP; €$aq§ Qtop— 5- Proper plac© 

to work; field of action 4 - 

?$$$- G§G9. 9 <Q )— 

Pluld-buk q|Q ©5191 0<t^ 3I3§ W^l GSQ 9@$Q 
*?te^ qfef* G**3 Q«gfc QJjfew— Fieldbook. 

€p^~~G$G9. $ ( Q° )— 

Plus . g^ ( GQG ) — Phij ( See ) 

ff aj?aj— G9. «.- (-aOVSQQS ) HjG>. Q°. 8§J— • ■ 
Pbis-^>his * I GS* G8S QQ^GQ *& GOTIQ ■« — 
(5959, Er^QCT^Q— HGhqiei) 1. Sound of drizzl- 
ing rain; pissing sound, 

g?9" 5pH 2. Whispering rsonnd 

, [ §— era ere 6 Eras otq-9q sq i efsiSa 6 
£r3d ff?Q — ot sr^aGM est Q® i ot- era 6 spi^ 

$<] I ] v '^ 

Phis-phisfir Drizzling rain, 

ft?£ 3^rcq3*rr 5 f*rf^T3*ir ( afiSai — a«%q ) 

aaiQ-CQW- p. (a. OTIQ )— VI Q09 3 £Cl©l— 
Phisada c^ff qj^jcf (CET9I9 — SQi^a) 1- Quarrel. 
I I ^9; 9Q|9 — 2 Dispute. 

* I 3<3 €te$ «©%~3. Bad effaeb$ ; 

v I q£}$Q3ll — 4. Instigation. 

# I $99— 5« Danger, 

P t QG2I9— 6. Rsbellion; revolt. 
9 I €€liffl9IQ— 7. Confusion- 

r" I Qftffl — 3. Feigning; excuse. 

§qiQ Q$iQ\ — G9. * - ( ». oti9 )— 

Phisada kariba * I GCIIQfll© 919 qq^j — 

(£?9IQ Ql£>01 — «0h%9) 1. To set up' a row. 
tfWfa Wi /I GS© QWI — 2. .To... combine. 
. <WK ^asrr • I a#Q$ QQ9I — 3 - To strike worle^ 
9 I QETQ 3$I9£> QQ9I— : 
7. To produce bad effect. 
031$— C0G9. Q— «IQ (W«)— 
PhisSdi Phisada (See) 

m («- £r3M) -efol9?r(G9«)— Pbisadia (See) 

PhiflldiS 1. Quarrelsome; contentious. 


[£q!9(Q)0&>— flO^l] f ■ I tf»SQ : $»9 «KWH— 
C^fl^t; C^tfwl 2. Leadftig to quarrel or 

*MII^ . dispote. 

*> I qg CKfcOi 9M+— 3. Secret instigator. 
^ I C9QSI — 4, Combining; rebellions. 
9>— G9. ®- OGtQQQd) — ff (G9«) 

Phu (ffer — EKM^O) PbuS (See) r 

OTiq— & 69. ^». (a. CTlt N t Ktffc 90 ^. TOQIQ)— 
PhuSrS ^ 1 ^Q^ll^ Q3*— 1. Fountain. 

^Wii't; wlilut ^WfTJ; 4k«4l<f 2. Artificial fountain. 
ffQ— 9IG9. (W3Q) 9— e I 009 qoiq[ Ol^GQ Q%«fi|C^ 

Phui ■'-■ -^91 qiq 9i^o ram» 91 'fl|a asQ 

^l6; 6©GQgi — 1- Ploafc attached to the 

angling string 1 * 

j 1 (». w) «sq caveat <ag (9§gq ta§9i 

€!^ Q ai<) — Small bite of eugarcafie 

having no knots or nodes therein* 

££*— G9, SI (aC»i^OQ«)— 9$ 6o?feflG9Q OQ< «^»G« 

Phufi fl0Q ff§^IQ €JQ "(€*W^G€l)-» Hissing 

^ 5? sound; sound of blowing wind with the 

mouth through a hole, 

ff8 — GQ. a— <9WQ Ql ^©ISGQla© a©)— gg 1 
Phut (Interjection) Fie \ Tush ! Pooh-4 

qwi— gi6«? -<awsi) *—i i ^smsiq— ^ 

Phuk-na 1. A recepcacle for thread, 

■> i'OGiQ — 2 * Spindle. 

€r^Q^-giGQ. (w&q) $- (90; fi. Q<?l)— 

Phuk-laliS <a€)^ giai —Fried paddy. 

^Phuka Bird (Wilson). 

OQQ — G9. Q — STQIQ ^, >, * (G9«)— 

Phukar^ (ETQQ — SQsiqa) Phukara 1. 2;\3. (See) 
€TQ1 — SIN. («I«I5I) ^>— S9 o^l^ 

Phuka A small boil # 

991Q— 69. 9. W. ^?=©9i OTIG<J*g)--&M— 
Phukara 1. Archway, 

C^t^j^^ 9 I GaiQQGQ SIS 901 ®9G$. 9$fl9| 
o^fHT §Q« ■ - 2. Archway for the exit of the 

rushing water below a bridge. 
« 1 Git «CT VI GaiQ— 3 f Culvert. 
^T^i "fcF v|(d. C5IQ)— SJ^ff flfi?3 ^&91Q— 
§3J!T; ^rnr 4*. Hissing sound. 

* 1 q«W9€W — 5 - A vocaf musical sound 

produced by the mouth 


tf$fq 


( ^*»« ) 


a&&2'- 


ao'fl.g^.fl q»*« flies 

€l»S ^93 ofc vtc© i gfcrt. Q9«m * 

Pbukara Proclaimed f promulgated. 

^1*1 SQ 9C€HQ 1 «$«1Q *»!$ «a«fc 1 

gQ $, — g€^Q— Proclamation; publication. 
ffQIQQI- G9. 3. (9- WW* Q?.- *■ ©8»Q; 9^)-, 


Phukariba 
CTQIQ G99I 

sf<j$(GQ)a9i 


C I 


91991; 


©glQ 9€*9I; Slf ©Q 

1, To call aloud; to halloo 
y I VS9I-2. To speak bat 

*" 1 a®b 03013 q9 QQQ& 

3. To rOar; to utter a loud sound. 

** I £)Qia QQ9I — 4. To publish 


3Qiq,Q 


cpeai— giCQ. (ei^o) 9— q© ** g96q $99 6#s'- 
^Phukis; cir?i§a oiqj q» W — 
(ET9Siaq — TO*t€J.a) Moaning star; the planet 
"Venus' rising in the early morning. 

(gai— ff©a qosq GQ^alfliGfr 0913$ a$q 
q"qs> 1) 
q(^)«aoa--§i€0. (4*3!) 9-€jw3 ; (gos) 

Pbu(kn)kiani Pbutiani (See) 

Phukur phukur QQQQ )— $9$9Qlj 9Q §|d| 

(ffqacr^— ««w%a) 9©qi 91 GScfciQQlGQ — 

^E5 ^Wrt ^ n a brisking manner. 

S^ 7 $5^ Oaea— 8q? 939 a$g G9IQ s>iq© 1) 

%OOI QGQ I QQ flQ«i" 91 ei^il (J3ar^stK>o) ers>Q 
ck?q 9<nras Qteil (aai— S4, esoga) -099 

a$© 6 0KTOQ S^cjoi 3ps> $« 1 ] 

-.ffrf(tf'l)'- G9.9. (S.«J©J»IQ)~ 9Q60 09G QI9IQ GQ9[ 

Phunka(fika) g$^l— 1. The act of blowing wind 

**?i ^pTfj *F ^1 ^TT through the lips. 

( ffQrt— «6iq». ) .„ 9 I 9&MGQ QftgiQ i '0#<J» 

QW eafai^QI — 2. The act 7 of blowing 

up a f re with a pipe 

» i 69199 9\QQ9. S9<*8 g^OI CUQfllffqr ^|l9^ 

S>9IQ« 9Q9I QICT WW*? 0»Q§€Q 19 

G9Q G0SGQ Q90 oqQ9l -s&ji) awj'aq — 
3. Phooka; the process of blowing through 
the n female organ of a newly delivered cow 


4r A. process of ripiBnin^* green plantains ty 
blowing hot smoke into them. 

fllOSS 91 ^gGQ 91 «1#SQ Q^Q «§6^ W»M ^9 

€ftr go— gq «. ( e. €fqpi^c«)^i)aaife&- ^ 

Phunka nala OQ qas G^ ©a^er«§}— 
¥<p5W j[<h*lgi Goldsmith's blow-pipe. 

("sjTOQ -aoq%,a y ." 

09 ©ft— G9. 9— ff.9 O© ( GQ«l ) 

Phuflka nali Phunka nali ( See ) 

(£re?0©— ao<t^a) aiG9. (iq[) ' 9-^-*?ooa c (W«i) 

I*bunkanari5 (See, 

at? 9«i— QIG9. ( qja )9— qg©*l ^9lcr §!§«! €iig??Q 

^Phuttfcadali». f . $SflQ 9l§«l51lff£5r€l QS^IQQq^O 

(^QQOa^-siGfi»^l): «a§G€r^— A. distinctive title 

of certain high caste Brahmanas of Puri 

district, 

3flr QIQH — G9. 9. ( gk«©9!Q + 9lQ't )— 9I9M a9 
* Phunka badya GO^ $%Q ff§ 9plQ9l^ §« ( ©«- 

^T^ra 9» . oi©1o Q8Q")-(aai— Ml)— MnBica 

in&trirments (such as trumpets ) which ar 
blown by the mouthy 
€WT!— G9. 9— ETC? ( G9« ) — Phunka ( See ) 
Phunka Q<a — sj^giq 91^ Q§ p^aiQg91— 
^ <Pl; PFt^1 ^M^W f Blown with the, mouth, 

0W(6»)«©f— W. ^t *• 1®?^ ^— (ff§91 S^IQ 
.Phunk5(nke)ib5 Sfe^^Q — The causative form 
*^F|5l ^^Wr of Phunkiba.) 

ao^iq W9I 5^1 Q^Q9! — 
To cause another to blow wind. 
ffGrl «@l— W. 9—^ €£&IQ3£<?9 Ota 9fV" QQ1Q. 
^ Phunka jharga etsSOI- d qp QIO Q9GQ 91© 
^5?p^ ©QQ9i— To make one's palm pass 
+W-gj&*> over an affected part and to blow 
wind over it by incanting mantras_ 
gfiflQ— G9. 9— ET^aa (G9«)— Phutiaoi (See) 
^Phunkani ( ETQagf; ffQpa— ao^) 
fffflQ'®— G9. 9— t I ff£?9l §5^1— 1« The act of 
Phunkaphunki blowing wind with the mouth- 

ffi>l$ia 2. The act of blowing wind with th e 

mouth by reciting mantras. 


gqt-q* 


(^ *.>*• ) 


ff* 


€W «©— G9. 9— 3$«© s«gq m «» a©a e%$ ««9 

Phunka bandha jqg $qjQ — The body with fite 

minds and twenty five propensities accor- 
ding to the Brahmajflana school. 

8©€>I—G9. 5- ( 3. q$©iQ )— t I q$QiG* aw S§>9lj 
Phunkibg £TQ9IQ 9391-1. To blow wind through 
VjTl, **1 ^OTi sfflFOT the mouth. 

SK3rlfl9l ) c er&QCQ o^toi qq 9© ass 

CTSTIG99I J ^™ 0,1 % a 09 **q-9©9eh. esw33 A «r olo 

J I 99 91 OQ $iq QW 3^ ©tf % 3G©9 Q3Q9I 

2. To keep up a fire by constant blowing. 

* I fl^Qio" €KW> <3l€8 91 991 QQQ% $p fiq 

( agywQi — aojqs ) w© s$9i— 

3. To blow wind over a sore or affected 

part of the body by reciting mantras. 

^ 1 (oa g$9 99391 £11301% $a <3$9l G9G» 
CS3QQ G9 ^flildl 9 9Q9, G9§ Q€QQ«ieQ 
CIQWieO OI9IQ 999 $IQGQ q9 91 9I$3 
00 G9Q 01 G8S &QGQ 4910 990 a$j€}$ 
<3§Q$ S^jiq, W9( 9<5>§p — €114) H39I— 
4. To blow wind into the belly of a newly 

calved cow^ so that she will submit easily 
to being milked. 

*l ( ^M\S) att^ aa9^ 9Q9-I 9! Q9IQ 

GQQI — 

5. ( figurative ) To squander (money), 

9 I 4S Q9€9aQ199l9GQC9tai9ai 9gC99I- 

6. To whisper a matter into another's ears. 
5> I { 4Q ) 3*i9 9IOGQ a$ G99I— 

7. ( the spiritual preceptor ) To whisper 
esoterio formula into the ears of a disciple. 

r I SSf, 9€i1 aw 90IQ9I— 

8. To blow conches, flutes etc, 

qfl aoQ eics cr^a £ aa i 

€f««>l— G9. 93 ( 3. 9Cj )— t I (g°) aQ!$^ €IQQ— 
Phung-la 1. With naked or uncovered body, 
enan | aQ > I QS>g©8 999—2. Strewn 

efaftl I ** * nere and there 

smr^ W& 15TT, ?aa<Nd*: »j ( y ) etioqi ( 394 ) 

( aool— %1 ) 3. Phangula ( See ) 

£ra%~€|IGQ ( WMS ) 9— GSS €11©— 
Phtipgal Small hole* 


• rf-S 


Ott1 — GO. 9 ( *. ©a ) — G9fo 9Wl 91 &£ — 
PbuAgi *|\*n gpft Buddhist monk. 

era— g$cq. 9 ( o° )— Q°q» gq#9 QewasGasj 
Phut qsq <o«oqro 5 v>Q3- giq t$> snap 

^fe 3^ QQ^Itfi £jl^| <09I9 QQai«! — Foot (measure.) 

Phut phut (See) 
€TJ©€) — GO- 9. ( *. |t ) t I qai^— 1. Separate. 
Phut-kar > I'fiQ — 2. Small 
CWtfe * i 9IGQ — 8. Miscellaneous. 

$t$OTt v I aqfl .(WW— 4. Odd (number). 

€J$OI— S'GO* ( 9iG««lQ ) 9~(e. G^ltO; ^«t-§* fft9')- 
Phut-ka ff9J?l ( GQS ) Phuk-na' (See ) 

69. 9.— GCTIW ( G9« ) Phot&ka ( See ) 

3§5L9(3)- 5«. ( €19010 ) 9—^^ t ( GQei ) 

Phut-kui^i(ri) Jhumpur^i 1 ( 8ee ) 

€f%COI^— G9G9. 9- ( Q° )— GPf«3 q^lGQ GMI 9IQ- 

Phut-not ^91 9SSJ ^CT q^l ^Gft 931991 «|«|— 

^»wl§ ^4«1l4 ., Foot-note 

S^flia— G9€Q. 9 ( Q* )- CKJ^m «l^9l SiQ SIQG9© m 

Phufpath ^JvfW S?iMm Footpath. 

ff^6Tl^—G9 a (a«^G>OQSi )— ^ 1 oyiq Qaioig'i 

Phut-phat Sl<St — l • Whispering. 

> 1 <9iy© 9i§qr ^asGQ aoe 921191^ ?iq q^ 

oaiQ 99^ff— 
3. A secret being divulged by being carried 

from ear to ear by whispers. 

ers ere— go a awQsxa) — q® £t?9|q as?— 

Phut phut The sound of rice while boiling, . 

-$ ^fe, ^ ?p# q, (3. |s) GQ<?GQ 9Q 9Q G9IQ 
CTOTT q9q 2119 9I9IQ 99l> 9Q 9Q G9IQ ETOflQI— 
^4^i The coming out of pimples on the body; 

tiny eruptions 
Q^Oft — G9GQ. 9 ( Q° ) — *. I GSlig^iq CKII9 ©51 . 
Phut-bal G'3ft!99l G3§| — 1. Football. 

^fe« -» I GCilQGQ Gag^QlG^Q G«P9I G<3IQ — 
(M<4lcrf 2, The game ot football. 

e$— ?. 9—^ aiSL=909« G99Ii 9i§ GWI; GW 
Fbuta ©Q9t+^. aj «>ai«>Q) — v 1 qjaq wi— 
1. The expanded hood o£ a serpent. 
^ I G%I8I— 2. Drop 

• i fft Qiq^ QOIGTQQG^l^— 

3. A cucurbitacious fruit;Cucumus Memordioa. 

v I S9I€I— 4, Exhibition. 


»** 


( *m: ) 


at^dty 


. W-"^ I #a&~I- Pierced. 
*> I gaf©— 2. Opened; expanded. 

GQ. *-(*. «^-«©€««s *&% Q^Q, GQ^ 
CVffl S8Q Sasg <affi€l$ fiefpai — A seed-vessel of the 
qfal jack, lemon, tamarind and such other fruits. 

G9. 93— (ff. |i)— QI9GQ 91 Q«GQ QQQl 
*j* $* ^?«H(^l9l)— Single (Carriage-horse) ^ 

^Phutana Phuta. ( See ) 

C^t^l QlSJSffcl — 1- Condiment used to savour 

tffiiMr-MRir ' curry etc with ghee or oil, 

1&3 -M q© ssq eiicf ai8swi— 

K^^f 2. The boiling of rice in water. 

' Phatanta(ntS) Q®3a— 1. Fullblown 

9 I «ff QQ19GQ ^1-2. Boiling on fire. . 

WI-CQ. •— W* I** «&h* ! §j»ff39f— 
*"Pbtita *&1, *jN- ^W Boiling of rice. 

gf^^lj. — 2. Spices used in frying or flavour - 
*"** ing curry. 

gc, ^CPST * I S3i Ml— S. Hole. 

Tgjiff * I q$i QWI'- 4- The blowing of blossoms 

iflto flowers- 

^fengHT^ 3*tg«rr 1. Expanded; lull-blown, 

> (flover-) v 

(ET%1— «1). - : ? 1 ®J SKMPI* §5 G9IQq9i3-0« G91Q 
*?1 $5*1** ftQI— 2. Having a hole. 

€Pfcl(S*)Q9l— «.-^(^. l«c ai%)— (Wi S^Q 
*jrft,C*Ff&tt 3^RF>S3W?II * PhutibS). 

1, To cfiua© $0 expand. 
J I 99 QWI — 2. To pierce through. 




* fcgQ Q$$l-~3. To make it hole. 






10. 


v i G«N$ 9* 9i©$ Sltf^OQ fl«0tO^^I9M 
opack th» Qug)9r pints. 

5. To cause- prater) to boil, 

6. To , bf ing out ( the beauty of a 
thing ); to manifest* 

7. To fire a guu, 

ae? SWI-"To flavour curry by fry- 
ing it in oil with spices.. 
i I. SRIQQI— 9- To explain.- 

T@ dilate; to das^rbe in detail 

QB1 0**10 «9SQ «9fl* 9ai I 9!0l. §Q5>^a« C30I I 

ftWh-GQ. Q^qt«i ( GQ« ) 

PhutSp.a phutana ( See ) 

^PhutS luga ft §191 f^Qi — A cloth without colour- 
ed hems worn by widows 

Phuti 1. Bxhibitionj manifestation, 

2, Cucumber; Cucumis Mejuordica. 
^•^-V I |ife 99lS0— i. Manifested; patent^ 
3 I «9?§OT© — 2 - Divulged^ published. 
* I $l$5 fll^— 3 - Tired ? digued. 

gfq) — qq # Qtfi. ( OT^IQIO© W ^Gfif 9*i9$Q ) — 
K Phu#S -<3G© £T^ Q€l9©— Measuring so many 

^^ftm «5ftw feeU 

,( fiieii — * mn nw\Q I ) 

€f§gQ@^G^. 9^q9fffQ»l ^GQ 9I§% 9I9« 9© 

^Phutia^i aet9i SlG^aiS— Boiling water brought 

^&^ B^f out from the pot in which- riod is be- 

g^ ing boiled, 

ff^ StQGH— GQ. « . (Of. |«©)-*t * fl|«» G99I— 


'Phu^i utfciba 1. To be full blown. 


f^ 


f*.f!BM 


( W ) 


atoi 


*F rJ> fcfcl* $«i *iq eaa^r? qso a©, wto «».«q oiq i 

<jfltrf>3 C MI : s?<W«1«. €«£q«1 1 

> i oo§o cool* goilfo gooij if qfia GO«H9oi- 

^ 2 To be manifest; to be seen clearly. 

0$ ©QQI^GQ- s^-ai^So aiseo otf aio 9^iq0i— 

Phuti kariba To boil newly harvested paddy 

in the month of MSr.gasira. 

0? 91— <§o. 0— »^% tfwaff asa«f§G0i9Q «•«— 

Phutika gprf The oalf of the leg. 

ct?*i 9910 qoco 1 giol. qtfoa ©CQjoq 1 
SJCO. (99010) ■ 9— 0<3! 91 £Q ©OSGQ GOOl 
$90G€I«I — Harpullia Imbricata (tree), 
■ff* 01$jP — GO. 9.— at (€Q«)— Pbuti 2. ( See ) 
Phuti kakuidi • 

€F?©a— GQ. o«~ «o fft aei8© Qq,— 

Pbutikia Measuring a foot. 

, (eH&e*8--eiO<iq9) 

^ftl* - 3IG9. (OiGSttQ) 0— S^§> <* ( GQ« ) 
Phutigurgi Jhumpurgi 1 ( See ) 

€r§sr$oi— go. o. ( s. osq ) — et sawn ( m ) 

Pbutiphutika" Phutuphutuka" ( See ) 

©§01— W. 4? . ( * J^ai^— QM0 5 . GQOO eqj «rt 
PhutibS 411^)— I I S|fO GOOl— 

^jM^ (T^tfrt 1. To be full blown. 

^ctt» sefeRr ( aai— ero ersoi i ) 

' i q©QI$ GSTI? GOOl; (.q©« V®\£) W GOOl — 
^(OT, HOTf 2, To prick. 

( Ml — Gfll GCH9GQ G9IG* $m &%QQ I) 

**i <o 'afaq^ aoi ai4K^ gqo- 00013 99 

<fitefH: ^RofiTT 0&OI—3. To pierce through. 

( sal— G<3lf<i 9Q ©iqr osgoqergq i ) 
$33H5ff ▼ I Q3I GWj ©2 600 fc 823-$ goqi— 

4. To eat holes; to have holes. 

Coal— ©rfeo oaiaoi si$>go oisui ato«a J ) 

, J S^T5^T * I ( GQfojtfi ) 00§Q GOOIj 9%^G9 soi&o 
GOOl; 1?%$1 60311301— 

5. To be manifest; to be seen clearly. 

<3ats?ia. oiea 1 
$&Q - ^'l-ow.-ataao 1 .QgpCQ $0§oq§ GOIQ 
$090 QO $QS>|-<-6. To boil; to bubbte 

$^ 9 I < Offl, GfflfcOl SIO ) © ©I SOe^PO ff<l$ 
■: * ' j590!^— 7, To be -fired^ to explode 

with a sound. 


(aai— o«^o 01 cola q?oi 9I$go m$% sjooQgr i ) 
$mr r't ( OiaJ 9%«^io gooi* q^ €9oi— 

8. (the eye) To be blind; to be lost, 

( m— og^GO oi eta crtfiJO l ) . 

.. ti ) ( 0§ 9KW0 Gflt ^1Q)00Q QQQqciq. 
GGQOI-^9. .( a large number of small 
fishes ) To spring up from water in 

large numbers. 

sgpisiUo 1 ( a€f|o ) (Qi«Qi) gacfl ^9?si gooi— 

ffaf 10. ( a girl ) To have the menses for the 

first time; to attain puberty. 

i^m u 1 (0Q9 *s*«go 05i 01 go9 010 a^oi^iq 

G<3910^ dlO ) 31© $ SIQ ^f GQRf Oli 

0*1 £001 — 11. ( tn ^ oo^rie of a player ) 

To be obliged to start its movements 

- -anew from the beginning owing - to 

a throw resulting in a higher figure 

. than the' required one. 

i 

S3ST O I alftq q©GQ"alG*-€JQQQ G^ai 0^4 «IQ 

©I Wl^flQ QO OQ GOQ GOQ 0101$ 

0§>OI-~12. To burst (said of~ paddy 

and other chaffed grains while being fried)* 

( Ml— QC?«iqQ aiO Oft «« CTG% I ) 

l^re'TT ^* I %0 tO a§ OOOt^-lS. To make a 

babbling sound; to make a cracking 

; /- sound, 

( seii-r^^aio ,oi Gat q^ I ) 

ev I 9010 €001— 

14. To be published or divulged. 

i. t* i qtio%ca aoiSo GOOl— 

1-5. To come out or appear beautifully, 

{ SOI — < ©J)GQ ^SS'* * % 9 $ ^8 ' ) 
S^T tf \ ggqjCj Qt 5^ GOOl — 

16, To be full of holes or sores, 

( 3211— q$ Gq«GO Ol W\Q Bf&Qg I ) 
«W*5TT 15> I §\<$ GOOl, 01^ S00I5 213901—* 

17. To be overtired. 

S^TT ir i si^Qg) q*^ 3t Oi9IO_% OJOIQ a^OI — 

15. To burst. 

( aai— oeioo9i fffoqS i ) 

e« I 010 GOOIj 0«J GOOl — 19. To be born 


f'-ofc 


( ***«• ) 


£r(q>qpia 


9o [$<$\ ..©©91- dl9iqg GW1— 20. To be- 
come painfull; to ache; to smart. 

?K I 9$ GW — 2V. To be pierced through. 

( gai— qisjggi ©1 &q erwa ) 
-a^l— gq. 9. ( ». *%Vatf$1 )— «$$ ®i«^ Qoicrft- 

^Phuti QGSS3 Qjftl; €4*1— A cucurbitacious fruit, 
*ft ^ 5W» 5^ Oucumifi Memordioa; 

m gqS w, cfli* 6 ©©<% ai©€$ «o9«t-»ic* 
crisaM i ] 

€[$91—69. 9— oti wi i w« ) ; , 
^Phutuka PhfctakS ( See ) 

-Gr»«-e^. s. ( *.'* 6*1*3 eatoi )— * 1 too ajiQQ, 

^Phutuki QO— I. Snapping of the fingers;craok- 
W^ cSt*r*1 ™g sound with" tfee fingers; fillip. 

%Bft 9 sir* > 1 QQQoq QI9 QQ QQ gw ai°ga ^ 

ei°€!S$ 9IGQQW 9P— 2 * Sound produced 
by striking the palm of the hand ( mad e 
into a cup ) on a fleshy part of the body; 

patting. 

£ <%— eai^q 91 G999L CI89I W^6Q <a89l QH^ 

<3^IQ G99I 9«^ W3CQ QQQS^tq eg© AIGQ $ 

€Q<3>GQ 'CJ^ft flWf $»$ I* ] 

.qjj© qsi(6$)QQi— «9.' $— ^ J w« -9,0 ®&oq 

Phutuki phut$(te)iha $£felQQt— L To make 

feyj^i^t^l a cracking sound with two fingers. 

( qfc€> 9IQQ1— affi%S ) qui ei 3. oero>ti t 

T q— oilers 6 flaifllGT© SGSILSIGS 0"S« TO 

031GC1 <1 9QQ €£$$ §< I ] 

2. To pat on the body with the palm ( by 

making it like a cup). 

*~Phutuki mari deba ft gg^ QQ 9Q G9«tJ©Q 9Q9I- 
^qAif OTI^TT (figurative) To disregard. 

[fft^Q $Si!(G9)Q C9QI — «©i%9] 

^Phutukuria cflt $OTC Small; petty. 


SQG9SGQ tf«3IS> 


Uaonqq 


er*£jtQl 

EJt ftw 

GO. QiGsris], oqq 

«i. »iGfiri?n 


^ Phiitu phu^ukS 96M— 1. The Staff tree ; 

CardioBpermum Halica- 
cabum, 
[Q— <H?I $Q WGQ 
9G^r a ^ 5a4 STO Q© 
ETI08I I ETftq 9I0G9 ©3 
€QGft ETG* I] 
J I SiqQ G3IQ— 
. 2. A wild pfent (the 
buds of which make a 
bursting sound. 
[9 — <0^Q QQq ©§ GQGQ 
£Tt ff% G^IQ ffG* I <?|^ 

9%l I a$>§ CIS ©I© ^<I I] 
W. M.— 1 I 9519Q G9IQ GWGQ £T© QIQ^I— 
1. Appearing or coming out on the body 
like small eruptions or pimples 

5 1 aaaa^ss; s$ TOqg - 2 - s P° tted - 
?.Kfl)% ?*(%)% 6WI— W- S.— G«ita9GQ *1gq alGQ 

.Phutu(su)ru phutu(su)ru heba M9l§j*G9QI — 
™^ 55^ ^T To talk silently and in whispers. 

Q1SQ 4lfllG9 QOGQ QOCQ.flOa 3$ CO&1 *£ll 03a ««R 

' ^p\uiclphurg . Light cracking sound. 

^Phut qe q^tfl — 1. Expression of contempt; 

(a , «—a«?i%a) hooting. 

.9 I q«GQ «J§.9I «Q— 

2# Hissing or blowing sound with the 

mouth. 

TOM. S — OT ff«> ?5«£J§ 4IQ qtfl- 

Phup-phusa Lungs. 

CT(9)00Q — ».©. — (TO=MI§QWI + *8 a|q+Q^.?^ 
Phuvphajt kara aa ; ©«f — Fire. 

Phu(phtl)t-kara 1. Blowing of air through th e 

moutb. 

GiqjSi^ / a«^qa d ar «fi>— 2. Hissing 

ff(^8« * sound * 


( *-W ) 


DQ9 


conterap* or disdain. 

Fkutkarini Having a blowing or hissing sound „ 

- : $§ cgfl «§ «% fl» SQ ««c© Q9 tfj^l i " 

»lQ-»iif9. (9WM«> ■<»«—«© as— 

Phut-li c Very small. 

stsqi— sic9. (9®i9*§) 2. — ai««m*— 

Pbufiiba r Ta winqow. 

CglKf , €H>~G9G9, 9. 4°, (@. ff. ^^^M^Raia 

Pkup54pp*; r ph5} qai g^gi^^ii^ifirV^er's 

%3g^m $G (8fllOI>1— husband. 

q?(P>— 09* 9-^* ; I :9JR %a1 G$€l— 

Pbupi(pbi) 1- A skin disease in the [scalp, 

J I &iti $9*1—' 2 - Mildew; mold_ 

• ! oioes cai© 9$9i oaitf 9i«Q9i ai°%— 

3. Dust from Bjoth-eaten wood. 
9Sl.-^<3©% «S9^-— Moth-eaten, 

Phupi najtribf. To be mildewed. 

og<a)— Siw. <og©k>) «.— «««i 69$«i $» — 

Phupe(phu) Cousin. 

%K€T )Q -» 9 — ff9OT (G9«l) 

Ka»ph(pitu)8a , Pbus-phus$ <§efcV', 

8 3ff^h- siot.— (WW9) 9«- gf — aiq*— 

PbopWi (rofiSff— %ft Toothless. 

er er— G9. 9.~(ao^99«V--'* * qefei^Q- as?— '■ ' 

Fhu phu 1. The hissing i}£ serpents. ^ : 

^ sflt > t M) (tf. aq.—alSil}-al«J— 2. Nurse. 

eierQiQ— go. i«r- aooio)— 9.— b et as— 

Phupbukara Hissing sound. 

(£r. B(j©--roMqfl) G $ °s «© aa 93® 

Phur 1. Phuru phuru See) 

>Y «8® (G9«)— ■'• Ptanr (See) 

afe Q65«B — -G9. 9.— «ara aawio^S. Qsgq 915)91 9Q- 

Phur phuria 9GS9 — -A- kind of water-weed 

(ff tfffift *** $3^ «Giqa) growing on otiter 

weeds. 


£9— <kmq s^Ka© ^ a«; q$gq Jsiq es 91® 

*lt 9!«€q i eya 9»qf«|5i Q<3i%-*|*$| ©a QI9IGQ 
#^*i ca^Q© 1 j 

9^a«— G9-'(aGHg9Q*J a-— G«% OGQQ Qf 99IQ €1^" 
Phut-r The fluttering sound produced by a ermll 
93 gWTC bird flying. 

- Pbn>t5 Spakegourd. 

ffQ3(C«)5K C55G9. 9. («J— a99Mr— 
Phur-sa (se) ta Leisure. 

Phuraiia 91^ 31^3 G9OTi — 1. Throbbing or 

tingling o£ the eyelids or skin. 
T£31 j l <ag— 2. Grandeoup, 
* tM*Mr * I §9IQ — 3 - Manifestation. 

*€PQQ — «. 9.— V I CTIQ9I COIO.(CW) 

Phurasa J. Pharasakoli (See) 

gjCR 2, Lagerstraemia Indica. 

(Qiih-^tQ £g* 99, QJQ, qiilf 91 9lg.9$ 1 er^ 

«\9fi& ^*9 aiQ, G9«Q «G99— GgiGOflog^l) 

^KS«)«9i-re9. S.— ^ 1 5Q891 % q gfe^ %a— 

Phurasa(se)ibi 1. The oausafcive form of 

£||*€3 €^t ^11 phurasiba. 

vDmw ^: inwf ..* • 1 '00, 91^*91 ag «H9ia«c9 ©<? 
(frqsii(G«)Q9i— ' «l4hq,fl) 91 a^qQ %qq qao oq^i- 

2. To slake (lime), 

8^$Q*— G9. S.ttGOI*! 919991 09, aaQ 91 §a pteL. 

Pluirasiba gqQgCi ojl^© G99I— To become 

t*V^1 ^c ^fH slaked (said of lime). 

(£T%99t — SKN^a) 

^— 69. 9— dfo 9QGQ 6^fl" W) GQIQ9I Q|Q e^Qj© 

Phuri Ga**Ga* 9IOQ gq^-Small light firewood 

collected during winter ' for lighting a 

fire to warm one's body with. 

e&aQi— €9, 3.-»(?. 4@ «sc ai. ^ ai^y-Mi. i ^9>^ 

PhsPib* |00'S99li COOToi, 9^9! — 1. To tingle; 
'*£3l 4v5%^l to shake; to throb; to vibrate, 
(fflffll— Gfll 9* «l9 ^R99 G9Q ej^g l) 
> I 9^91 j tj! €991; S^& ^991^ 

g. To find expra^iaaij; ta find utterance; to 

be gtv^flt vea^; to. 


( *JW* ) 


ttsgoysh. 


agjU^a— GQ- ^-^piQ, 99 1 , ©a, 6©a «k> Gai99i $iq 

Phuruku^iS 919 (a$) — Having the smell of 
1¥tC*lt?l fiw* fiKIW burnt fat, skin, hair or 
<^^W,'ff^a~«©i%a) car co3s - 

sr^ffQ— 69. 9. — (*. as*)~°. i agQ^Sca ass— 

Phuru pburi 1. Peeled off bark of some trees. 

«tW$t ws-, fclT^ 5 I 9Q$, 84© Oi9 CISQ 3§ GQ 

(STQ GTQ— SJQ^a) 91 69$6Q ©I© G99I G©€lQqg 

qg~2. A hairy vegetable growth on the 

trunk of certain trees. 

d©.0Q— 69. «H (&©<|©©©«I)— V I €1001 SJ€1! *9 
Phuru phuru ©Q 391$ QQ — 1. The sound of 
•t* *&& (erg #©— «©h%s) tearing a cloth. 

9 1 Ga»l% ©1 $©IG© ©«■* qd sqiq 39 — 
. 2. The sound of jute or cotton catching 

fire. , 

»^pio6 q$i «© a1g s>» 991 s©"GQ— 

3. Like the quick burning of straw and other 

inflamable articles. 

v I 9991 QQ$q$ QSQGR G ©a ^9GQ 'SJp9| 

3©iG© — 4j. Like the waving of a thin 

tuft of hair in the wind- 

€T9|fll— G©, 9«L— (». %Qfl)-t I SCTftj- W©ft© — 
- Ph^njpS' ;■< .?'*■'*' : 1. Overjoyed; delighted. 

QCfiGSi <i% fl'9 OS SIQ, flTQfll G$|Q« ®Q *3PQ I 

Wis. ©©?qfliq*i 1 
? I q€W9l© — 2. Fortunate. 

a-^i w «l^«9? ^^ * W A <aSM*Q 0\«r <&©< 
* I ( S. afiQIfl ) 9^€9IQ«-^- 3 ' Successful; 
baling fpe's desires fulfilled. 

gq ee«F3 i ^tqoi g$iq ^ w * ' 

909^1. :©coiq o^or. olo 1 

9. — a©©3 trcjaa— J °y» delight. 
ff^Q©— G9G9. 9. (*J. ffQ39)— <* I *w©l«ij «OTQ — 
* Phurusata ffjpis $U4d 1. Leisure. 

aaawQ t sacs 1 qsi, er^s© g?g» s§cct 

sas^aqe qfiiqfl 1 
^ I 9SISI-— 2. Rest. 

phul *F*i $J3T *" * Full. 


aroja© 
ejsSjss© 


fc 


;- -Q©l©«) ffQ —Flower. 
G969. 9S1.(Q°. ff.fi*>— ©OTI* — Foolish, 
9 (©I©)— 96S?ia 9*1^ — A'fool. 
GGl Qflier— fllG9. < Sl^^Q ) W — n ® ^IQ?' ( ^30- 
^Pbul usas 9ifij9i) — Very light ( like a flower ) 

Q^©l— GQ. 9.— * I GM191 aid G<3Q G9IQH9! glO— 
Pbulka 1, A circular ground prepared for 

fWt ^M^H l athletic exercises^ 

glG9. ($>I6<W) P- {^©.9. <Q «I^GQ 3§ ») — 
<. 1 3ISQ diei5— 1. Th e gills of a fish, 
3 I <Q ®10iq 9QQiq — A kiod of wee(1 grow- 
<jL(H^| ing in corn-fields, 

69. 9*. (?T. ^ y l%) tflo^-Swollen; 

TO0I9Q— SIG9. ( WW.© ) 9 — ^1^ «!^S Gfll^l©» 
Phul-t5nir 'q|q — Potyloca Barbata; a kind of 

coarse grass. 

9^)GQ 6 G^aGQ ©C^ 1 ] 

S^^-G969. 9— (G°.ff©+Qfi+«. 9!^ )— 
.^Phul babu er\9i^5G0l"ai©aQfi© iG9€iaiq 91^ — 
5ffff^ Fashionably dressed person; beau. 

€K^G©B— G9G9. 9. ( Q° ) — ? I 9IQG©lf!G©- GVfOT 

*"Phul bench ©fft 9©Q ?il9i gi ©«G^ <$Q^ 21^9 

*pf C^^ ©Q^^«!m9 ©©fllOQ'Q G^O©— l.Full bench, 

5^1%^ / I ( ©a«il&, 9io ) stflg Mldi©QQ <9? 

G?OQ — 2. (Figurative and ironical), 

A full meeting of all boon companions 

GJQgQa, ©S>®— GQ69 9. ( Q°. ff©G9» x +a. ©©9).— 

^Phul-beHch najir 91QG©I$© £pG9^ $iq 9lfll 9^ 

^1C^ ^#t^ 99951IQ q% 3I9I 9 §>2 «r9»WGQ 

- aWJ^r s| * ,: <i©<WlG© a©*! ^9Q?1IQ Gai<39©IGQ 

gifllS© flfel «iqGa ©di§— FuU bench 

ruling. 

€Kie©ia— G9G9* 9. (ft 9 ")-^ I M S§W©S ©ft 
Phula-kap 6 ^1 G99i ©^Gflj §^IQ9J aa9!ff§99 

£J9?G©a x J ' GSlOi'WGOT— 

^QS9I (69) Q J ^ 1. A ludicrous cap which 
*pTO^" a wicked, student is made to put on as 
$ckAi*4 an insulting punishment* 

^ I I? Q9X<-* Q^ S89l^€i 9IQ©~ 


2. Foolscap paper. 


MOO 


M." 


-Aw*- 


( *>*9 ) 


QQtffifc 


[ 2— wiq arQ^ fl5^6«n 9WQ qfi?G9G3 

Phul staking QQ91 "€S!©I — Full-stoefcings. 

sGfiWM — €§«. 9. ( Q° )— S^GSQ; <WI9 Wi Q€Q 
Phul-s-tap 9m9$>9 G$9 ©9 — Fullstop. 

q°q@gq 491 eciw <j 9G 1 ] 

4TQ-CQ. 9. ( tf. ^5 »l^» §|fQ GOTI ) * I U; 
Phula *£*r jgcr ESQ; ^qq — 1. Flower. 

[ g— ^qqiqq Ga§> off -e^ia^ to $qq $« 
G3§ a^og^q/m* G9iqjai<] l erftq. $&9Q 

fiiGCG^q G91QQIQ aiCQl Sly|Q(Sl98 Bp^L* ^GiGQ 
9Q$ Q^saiQ QIGQ;— v l'9%Q 91 9§8ai§>, 

> J 9Q©q& * i ooQiaia^i, vi qc5gQ€iq» 
+ I aqa G9QQ I 

-GJ^Qil G91Q gsiGSi Mtf « ^ 9I9IGQ I €51$ q§f 

to sics i egg %$$ gciim aip (e i Qfc$) sa S9si- 

9I<3 6*3§SQ Qiq?l 9§Q 209Q61 9* ( J 1 960® ) 

aw i eg? g.t fla«!eQ g© ( qqqi ) qca qq etq 

9<3 69IQ Q§ OKI I «g 35 ^^iGQ ^91 %§2flQiQQ 
*flaT«Q ^Q9Q% 01091 9i9l$Q i qiaiQtiQi er$Q 
ai«9i G9Q9i$ %s?Q : <$ wragg \ r cps gai9 
9g w*€i, 9§sq aqosssQ £ ct9G9aq aw i 
aq<iGM99 sicigq aqa 9t ao aw, «$ aqci- 

q) e©G©a,q t aqaeQao^ &qci 49 ciqgqsiqgq 
a©G^ mi cisfosi $o 6 ©§% era ©19 §< i gsgq© 
-$sgq S99Q q4g9«q q$ iters* 6 G99a aqa- 
•€9€i€) qg g%g-sriR qa^ G$i£> sg* (aai— qkjj, 

'«ll% ? ©9, QQ )' f S9»9iq aqeiG9€lQ Q?SIQ 
Q^GQ€IQGQ QG9 I GQGQ9 ©IS)£J $9 Sjgq Qg 6 9IQ 

Gta qp© (aai— «iq) 3 gqg©^ cisgq <9 q^gq 
aqctGQaQ 6 aQGQSQ ^p§ <»Q9 aisi^ \ gqg©9 
esa eaif 9a eg*, gqgoq «jq go^i q[ q* G9IQ 

VGt I ^ff%g Ofiiq^W 99§ I ff«i% €QG9 

^ 6 %<si§ §9«i%Ga 9*)99l^ «Q^ l 'er$Q ©d"^ 
91 3iq% 39l§© e©Q, eip c 6 G9»I9 §g« f < I 
iS^iQQi, GQisa©? 6 g€q^i qiq 1 or g§9— 


-> I er g a§ 9i%9i 9t G9W» aQia— 

2. Anything aa light or delicate as a 

flower; 

» I STQ 2B9IQGQ «5o ©9 91 QI%QI&|— 

3. Drawings or paintings of figures like 
flowery floral designs. 

Sf}5 9Q99— 4. The placenta,. 

91? 9cia aoi^iq gg9 «gfl9l ^©a^iQ 

q^_5. A yellow paint used in painting 
the cards of the 'G-anjapa' game. 
9 I qsiiqee S^^IGft Sg© Ql©l— 6- Crystals. 

(iaai— @QQe» ff^ 

9 I ^QG>8$ €}^J_SI9 — ?- ^k 6 menstrual flux. 
f I SlISQ €i|^9 — 8- The gills of fish. 

<i i ej3 2DQ1QQ aooriQ— • 

9. Ornaments shaped like a flower. 

■ %• I QQSi 9©Q GWGQ 91- 9^91 OSl ^3GQ 

9^I91C^91 9!§ ©G«) e«G^ 5T5IGq 6931991 

«l^f|6ia— ?0. Burning sparks appearing 

soroetimes on the wick or below earthen 
cooking pota while put on a flaming fire. 

f Q^«p €19 SJ9S S9Q sqfGQ 9SGQ £TQ9 V 

^isqq 909 ^ei9^i 91 *q_ J $©iqsi g^iisaM i aai— 

■ <.V 1 ft1) %lGQ9^r «»w— 

11. A name given to females. 

93. ($Miei) — era qq 91^15 ^91^01 — 

(figurative) Very light (like a flower). 
[5— «9 4*l%f 6 «J?«Q 9|^ GQG9 Ml 

^Ga qo^i 99§ 1 iaai — *< qcn «^ q^ qq Q4S'^ 

^9 «|9 s 91^91 G9IQ»@ I G9/ei3 9^^% 91 9§^ 

SI9Q 91 «l» 9i99IQ,©%Sl^l ^%GQG9 92JI 

QqaGQ *G«I SJ^ 9i^ 01 $|$i ffft aq QQ G*9 

MS* «lft 996J ! 3 

"9Q 2DQt- W. 9— q«W 9fl$M 91 gJ3GQ qiq99 91 

Phula Slafa ^ ep QC1J3IQ §191 K& 9! qflQ— 

(erQQ^-ta^Q) A, fan adorned or set with 

^ C^ra C6f ff flowers or floral designs on 

<jjdqft ^n^ cloth or floral paintings. 

CTQ ccrl 0^ aQ* ^BQ 


3PH$QI(GQ)Q9I 


( *3*1> ) 


G9 ©t€t 


(saeii — <gaQ #9 fieri, er9 9*tfl awi© $« i) 
=«R $©i(69)Q9r— 69. 3— ( w «a §asfl ) qjfls 

Phula urga(tde)iha C991 — To flower ( said of 
g^WT ^m paddy plants). 

'■qe 9318— G9. 9— £J9 a§ (G9«) : 

Phula kamaxift Phula dhanu (See) 

-■«*93— W. 9- (3. q«+W)- 

Phula kasi t. | <Q|G|QG9 aft^QI CT9 6 ©9 91 CSt 

(KSrasft #9 — 1- Flowers and very young 

fruits growing at the same time in a tree. 

> I 2JQ Gfl$ 89 — 2 * Very young fruits, just 
passing out of the flower stage. 

(aai— < cigQQ wisqq ffQ 9§ a^s© i) 

r£J«J 9lf91— 69. $. (*. sf% + 9^9)— . 

Phula katiba v \ ^q fg QQOl ©Q9h- - 

frgr$ l )? l 1. To make arti§oial flowera. 

qijrvimr > i w ©$ aw 9€i9i— 

2, To draw figures resembling flowers. 

i ' * I 99919 Sq.Q 9ta 3GCP 9I©$|$ ?qg EJR^ 

91? G991 — ^- To separate the placenta 

from the navel-string of a new-born infant. 

■ SQ QI3— 69. 9. (S. *+9$) — -9199, G9IQ Q949&Q 

Phula ka~ma gg«> ^«9) £rJ5t— 1. Artificial 

sp^Mt^ l^tft flowers made of paper etct. 

vonror > i sjcwq6Q &99 Q®$% Qiypm — 

2. Floral designs or needlework wrought 

on clothes. 

*«l ©9IQ— €9. W (*. sp+ffl. $GIQ)— a§>69 ff9 
^ Phula kinari ag* 849I& Q3I £HQq9l Sjftf— 
■ 0W9l9,a999l€WO Cloth having hems 

STQ99I9, Spa^SA i «9*i%a with floral designs. 
sySsiol, tfRa^afl * 
^f^Ht^i **PI*ttf? $olft«ll{) 
v«»e9l9ft— £9- 9— ffffit*l^(G9«l) — 

Phula kodanda Phuladhanu (See) # 

0fi* 6919—69. 9. ( e; qft+ffl- GdlQ )— 0S>G9%© 
^Phulakobi Q$|^© <j9© s gjK9€94$ G9G939 
( er9 99 — «ffH%3 ) ai996S§ — Cauli-flower. 

ffQ «f»— G9. 9— ( *. qj + «t1 )— 99 «^— Chalk. 
Phula khardi ^ *Hf^ $«I4£& 
.isOfi) GIQ— G9. 9— ( S. fl£ + Q<fe; 3L 61921 )-€fSiG9 
Phula gabha" q$\ 9| 9IOQ ^QaiG«l Wl €9*0^91 

"«yrat?t 3j5i^cn a$9 91 $1fr «tw 91 G9191— 

I # Nosegay. 


€TG* q«|l— £9,9— 9t$9 ;©*9I^ 99TC4 9*091- <39S9I9 
Phula gupS q$| — A. nose ornament worn on 
£<TO the right side of the . nose ( with a flower- 
$«r^rcs!5l3?* Kke baft) on the top. ) 

€TQ 9^I(C©)Q9I— G9. $ -G99BQ5H Q0S9 q| BE* 

** Phula ehar^a(r^ft)iba 9Q9I— To dress idols 

(0^9 G9«l 5 ^ Q39€i9i— W*J9) ^ith flowers; 

^TWW ^ dWwf to offer flowers on idols. 

efi*9G9— G9- 9— («f. er^+9Q9)— G999I 91 9S<H 

^ Phula chandana «9^19Q qflrf Q9l9^ ^a? * 

yTO GQIQM391 0Q9— Flower and sandal paste 

$«tmH offered to idols or honoured guests, 

( 0^99— Slfliqp ) 

^©€f— G9- 9— ( * er*+G€tl^1)— «n«^ ^ 
^ Phula chui5 eLfqypi^l sa^ £§9G€1<a— The honey 
^*Ig^S ^><a^4) suckerj the huHHning bird. 

[c — <i qsIq em g^Ji 6 ^Q^cr^ cja I <9i9 

< asl *aSKL«9' 9Q er^ ^y*iG9 awi a^lft ff?SL 

«§ CQICT I 93^ 3IQ«}GQ W ^GQ "9§ <l Qfll 

OQ GQ q9 9GQ I ] 

0ft ft€J— G9. 9— q.91 9^9GQ G99GQ S1IW9I aol SQ; 

^ Phula chhau 9^g Q^ — Scurf; partial whitening 

%&t fti^ft of tne s ^i Q in patches during youth. 

QQ 89— G9. 9- ( S. s ^+S^)—^ 1 qj3©?0 9lff9G9 

Phula chhati eJQ°^r© G99^)— l.An umbrella with 

• 
^sffEfe designs of flowers woven all over it 3 or 

J^fJ^JsfcT adorned with flowers, 

q«» qoq ga I Qi^i, waefll-vff 

2. Flowers strung together and set in the 

shape of an umbrella. 

0Q jflS^rt— GQ. 9.— a^l^(G9«l) 

Phula chh^ohunl Phula jhSr^u (See) 

ffQ 91$— G9. 9— ( «J. ff » + ©« )— ffQQ 2«J09ff^| 
Phula jali Q1Q9§ 9W G9JQ^9t 9199 89919- 
^i{§& 9Ga*a — A flower-like ornament with 

filagree works for the ear. 


eft* 3§>9i 


( wtr ) 


afi^ 


Phula jhaltliba Dropping of flowers from 

■ ffWW ^K5TT the tree. 

esaeq— gq. 9— as q^i gsiq qwq g$Q3l9i SS - 

Phula jhara Tassels made of flpwers strung 

$ <H<*>WMI , r , , : together. 

0aftQ(?1) — G9. 9— <J©SQIQ 9lf— A kind of 

*" Phula 'jbari(jdi) firework, producing floral 

**Rfit$araf* ^ s P arks « 

[5-— <i9i ©loeft -<aq[ a^asi aguwrqi© 

«ot 1 ] 
g$ «»— w. 9< (y.-ej-Hri. eM<?)— 1 1 <#a.9! <aaqa 

Phula jharda 2C©IQGQ q§&> ^ qiqs — 

5p^t? g WHi Tg 1. Artificial flowers made to 

*~ • reeemble a tree or lampstand, 

> \ QISJSQ V (G9«)— 

. 2. Kaadasara 1 (See) 

qq €i©j-€Q. 9.— ^ t s©i ^g> ©iaq <J©§QiQ SJ? ,oa 

Phula jhSlgu -©<s — 1. A kind of broad-leaved 
V^TCtt^ bushy plant like maze or Indian 

ffiWf corn; broomgrass. 

[ q— <^iq as «ap siGasi ©q$i* sjqi aiq 

j|* 91© Q© §< I <I3Q W^ GCIIM €MI<f 
<S^Q 9Q GQft 9I91GQ I G3§ c^© 4P« 3SIQ ^$ 
SfiQIQCQ Qi^ GQG© 8^91 SMyfl Mfl l] 

->rGeiia<i ffR^i? ©<a9 e©» <i©* 9*1 
G9IQH9I a«©si— 
2. A broomstick made of broom-grass. 

€FQ M©l— €©. 9. (9§fefl SO)— ©Q©l©6© ?<?I9QI 
"""Phula jhumukS $Q|Q ©!Q$9 BS)Qr*Si^G€l^— 

^KoT A golden filagree ornament for the 

ear, worn on the lower part of it, 

^ Phula tahia <3§>©IGQ QI SGJ_ 9IQ3 ©l6e# q$l 

(Er©$l9*K 3Qm%9) G9IQ319! fl|Qa«n a©WTO SI$© 

^^feWI ^Llfllff — A flat fanlike structure or 

indite framework made of flowers. 

[ 2 — ^ W©g©aw aaaiGQ <3Ht9l< I ] 

ffQ OIQ— 69. 9 — * I G9G©© TO« ©ICfllOIQa OTishe© 
Phula thara $^© <9S$!Q OIQ 91 96<3r©-q91— 

*g fr i fb<H 1. A cypher language expressed with 
q^t(rH>lfl the names of flowers beginning with 
~ certain letters, 

..(§ :— §n ffft ©§6© '©' W f ©JH ©9GQ 

■ '©' mq, *«© ©§>csi V aao, ©qt**©, sw^a, 

* a^atp — Qi'QPslO Q§ OIQ%9§9lq.$<3 I) 


'MQh 0^a©^9lQ<3«8©IQOI€)--2. A cypher- 
language used by-jittering the word Phula 
between the letters ef a word_ 

Phula da(da)3a Q$fy qiqgQ £TQ g»l G9IQ2IM— 
^^Sl^Tl A wicker-work troy or flat basket' 

<fegtelicKH for holding flowers. 

fffi* e©l©l- C9, 9(ff. ffi + £fl. :SNl)— to ciq (S9«) 
- Phula torda Phula gabha (bee) 

Phula tola .Alffjl G£>IQ9I ©IOTj gj|©qQ— 
sps^r^t^l 1, '■* he act of plucking flowers. - 

j^^^hi 3 i <§ ©i«mg<i© si©1© &®n dloflioi— 

2. A metrical compoaifeion of this name by 

Ba^arama Das, 

[ 3— caieflfliG© Sl { i. g, *?9W 9 ^ 9 ^ Q9) ©8^> 

ffft G©)^©! C9GQ G9l^?j9iq Q<f© Qi© t 

^5©i©9i«:^- S* (e. srjt+9© % a 'Sl)— 

Phula tolibS qj Q$p ^?Q9I — ^o pluck flowers. 

g^QIQ^Ca)— G9GQ. 9. (ffL . ff£ QIQj— 

Phula dSnlni). ^lalQ; WIS S©IQ Q®9IQ 91^— 
qsfpft^ A vase for holding bunches of flowers,. 
^tsl^N s set up as a decoration, 

er^QQI©— 69W. W. <eri. ?JQ QIQ)! 
Phula dar epQQ 9^gH0Q — 

?pffl?t^ <^tfl^K Having floral designs. 

®Q( QQ\Q — 69. V C SI - ffJ + GQTO)— GQfl 9pl 
Phula dola gq^GQ a^)^© ^^§QQ qjG9IQ Q^9— ■ 
(ff Qg9l©— S©»%a) The festival of the swinging 

* ^^!OSt^ of the image of Srikiushna during 
'jig^M Chaitrafullmoon. 

[§— <9ltfS^ qs <J©l9«1oi% G©-9 9ffl| 

aj4 N$— C9. 9, (3 - ff^+a^) — 

Phula dhanu .<. | qja©|. 913699$ QQgf— 

£T ft 9161) 1- The God Cupid. 

STQ 9Q |- TO,| % a > I- ©lflG99S3TQ ©% © «©*> a S 
^ qq_2 # The imaginary bow and arrpw" 

of Qod Cupid, 


stftfem 


( */■** ) 


EjC&er 


Sift UQQI — W» S ^ §— eiSCQ qSIIQfl G99I — 
Phula dharibS The coming out of flowers from 
*F*W*1 ^Sra^lT; ^SraRfT a treej to flower. 

wr $o©— giG9. («mbso V—<9 99IQ S^L -$fol-~ 
Phula nan ka gjhi A kind of children's outdoor 

game. 

tffifc 91® — G9. 9 — * I £W$ G©$f — 1. The stem to 
Phula narda which a flower is attached. 

^n?, gsrt* gwi ffQ 6 S^Q 9iet ro«j $!Q1— 

2. The placenta and the cord attached to it # 

€ffi*9l© 0« GS©GQ9I— G9. #--€i%©<ftG9G0 9l$, 
Phuia uSrjia kari tekideba siQi 9<^ 6QQ SBa^l 1 

wr ^m *fm ot^v g^iQ sq qiqq oqgq G9i$. 

OSl S$0 CiS&Q ^91 WglGQ gQ G9IQ 
39l%ag$0«G9QI WGO («Sl«©l9*QSier 
G8W G9SR) 9^© q% S^l ©9?«g 

cfsst g§© GaiStfswr 9IQ<JlGS© G99I — 

To hand over a newborn infant with the 

placenta still unseparated, to the adoptive 

mother (a mpde of giving in adoption 

common in Orissa). 

[ §— ^QfiQGQ GSWM QQ$ QQ91Q QQ\§< 

QltflQtil 9IQO 3211 I ] 

*~Phula pamcha(nchi) q©^) — 9I©GQ 9«MflQk %0I 

fflPttlfl 91 1QIQ «OJ5TlQ9Ga*a-*A kind of 

^giMl^ T silver or gold ornament for the wrist^ 

ornamented with floral designs. 

£T€fc QCrl— G9. ©. (3. €J« + afl)— QQ€Q ffQQ €>$g9l 

^Phula pankha Q| ejq WliaiQ 3{9I QCfl 91 QmSQ 

(JTIWWI" WiG^a) A fan with floral designs 

99j *tt*f| or flowere strung thereon 

<ra tj'^n ^ft Qsri tfjft »^« «iGQ 

ffaafw— n o— (s. qvj-aw)— ? 1 ^ ©qgwi 

Phala pariiba SG§ fll9 d^Q QQ ©8£9 G99I — 
awf^Fsl 1, The evacuation of the placenta from the 
g fcHlRm womb after child-birth- 

j 1 oq.eiASQ aai© gw»iq gqqoio ©9a© 

3%Q G99OI0T flfJGQ 09lJ3IQ49t £p $9^ «3 
Qg>9l — 2. The falling down on the ground 
of a flower from the head of an idol^ inter- 
preted as an auspicious sign. 


ep aq Q€) gs© a^oi— G9. S— «. 1 (qmiq) aoi^ 

Phula para kari tefei dhariba ®Q<S) 6 G$9 9Q9I- 

1. (figurative) To cherish with tender 

^*ft^5t^ affection, - 

> I f^a^lief ) G^l» QmQ91Q 9Q9l-^ 
2. (figurative) To treat one tenderly. 

ffQ Q€J— GQ. M. («T. gt + Ql^) — « I ^© GQIflO— 
Phula pari 1. Very tender or delicate. 

*p?T3 *sj^ ^ | QQ 91^91—2. Light as a flower. 
3^Rn" "^Tf * I q$Q— 3 - ^ ovei 7i beautiful. 

€TQ9ia— gq. 9— ( s. £j«+araq )— G99BQqi ^ae^ 

*" Phula pani 0©|Q9I ^.1 6 OQ — Flower and water 
^frgt ^gim^i offered to an idol. 

9J3§©1 'SIIQ WQI— fi|l€Q. ( «l«ifl ) ^— W WSjftl 

* Phula pita khai asiba G9lQ^lS^9^L ® m a ^ S 'Q 

QSQ^ SIlCllQP 3GQ Q@9I 9G€) QiaciQSj^ «9QI — 

To return to her father's house from her 

ar 

father-in-law's house where she had gone for 
the first time after attaining puberty (said 

of a girl). 

giGQ.— (aifega) 3— (qgwm TOii) aafl a^ 

€II^QSL SQ, i QQ6«a© a^l—(a girl) Togo 

to her father-in-law's house for the first 

time after puberty, with presents 

ffft Q9QI-G9. §.— 9Q3Q EfR Q28GQQ C91Q q$ 091- 
Phula basiba ©« S99I %3 Stf,® a'Q^ 0Q9I — 
^s( *TF5ft To set up a friendship (in which each 
addresses the other as Phula) of Phula with 

another.. 

0«Q9I— flIW. (9flO. W.— «0S|OI G9IQ Wte <K^. 

Phula pita (jhia) flQI 9^^ QOTGQ Q@ ^Ql 

(ST«@«il[?a] — aQi$q) (9I00I )— (a girl) Who 

is staying at her father's bouse after 

puberty and before she is sent to her 

husband's house for the first time. 

[q_ erpa^i $aq.eiQQIQQ AigO^Si q%«fllGO- 
6 9I91QQ 4%^ GQGQ C9«^ ©l§ l] 

^«3oiS«[0 goq9oi— fliw. (€!©©io). 8.— (ochi> 

* Phulajpita^bhara neijiba ^rfdlO 991 — (a girty 
To go for the second time to her father- 
in-law's house after puberty r 


*J®§©» 891 


(; ****. ) 


.«Q.qg 


Phula pits Jiba (qQ G3©) fll^aQ^ SIQ G9& 

(srsjifoi 991— as>H%a) go 1 © 9 q^| sq si^oqt fl9i; 

9W*9IC S9I — (a girl) To go to her father-in- 
law's house for the second time 

**R ff?91— G9. 9 — qj AM© G99l^- 

Phula phutiba The opening of flowers. 

-0Q Q'aOGOdl— G9. $ — 91991 6 41CQ99IOT SflGaiQld" 

Phula baujabeni q]©Q g&£> <lG>g9f9 Q9f G9I£}£} I 

A refrain of songs sung by girls and women. 

tffi&9GI@t— giG9. ( €1901© ) 9*1. $1— ( «9G€l<a ) — 
Phula bagardl ©as£ $Q 2I9IOC9 siefai© g<| — 
( €JQQfil§»tl— ^] ) A woman who miscarries 

Phula^bagichS Flower-garden, 

(eg* 9IQ3I, ep 91$ — 8Q<i%9) ^Rt^rm, fKlff 

€TQQ©~G9. 9— ( S. €J*+9*9 ) QQSqGS GOfla 
Phula bargi G91QQ9I q«9|l 91 9Q 9Slfliq g§9 6 

(a$?$— tK^qja) ccilgq* Gas eat 9§>— 

^t^f%^| ;Little balls of lentil-paste dried and 
j£5ftf^ preserved for being used in making curry 

oq^ ?«T« aw© QS e'jlQQa i raacfl$fi*. 6!%^ i 
«J|©Qffll<tfl)— G9. (tWi) M. ^1~ (e. £fJ-f-Q$5 
Phulabarana(na 5 ffQ 0Q Q$ SH9IQ)— W3|— Very 

beautiful (as a flower.) 

soto Cftq «© £113991 erq o-qwi — qaiaieu Q&i 

■sa©«fli— G9. 9- Gsa^ ntiii 91 asriGQ ap q&j 

Phula binchana 69IQ2IM— A fan in which 
^*I*fHi g^fTOT flowers have been strung. 

€r«§Qi$ — G9. 9— (s. M+9919) — erswai sqq a$ 

Phula bibaha g<j^ qq$\ g$\ — To take a 

qynfotf? woman as one's wife by the formal 
(ffQ9i9l — «9s^,a) offering of a flower garland- 

[ g— aSqeQ gaiQQicQ 9919 G9sigq qqhB©' 

99«ll QlfirGQ Gfllf < «W9qil 9l«fl 921SJ I 9Q 
W1I4 99« 9§9I 9SCJGQ < Qldl^ %* (WBfflQX 
G9Q agl^CQ; 99^ 9Q$ I <3 -9W1q Q$9IQ fla«iGQ 
gl9 aoiicw QiglQO!^ q©qq 1 ($ci9$ giolo 
080)] 

€Q 9919 — 9IG9. ( 3Q9I© ) 9.; <l— 9©lfli9«3rQ Q§©| 
Phula bibahl $bl9GSI§ — A. okss of concubines ? 
CT99I'$- 1 of Rajas ( taken by the 

eteC9«(tt) ? WQ*qv present of flowers) 


99; '. <l" WGQ ETQ 

*_ 

wine 


[g-7-QQl OR Q99IQ C9Q dlW» flOGQ ti%C?. 
49IC €19^ G»Qg) I q© g©lfi?Q ©9!9©1 <|Q 
€I«WI© 99 G> ?iGQ £^9^9 ^p €QG©9 €»©- 
91QGQ Q9I 9|H^ i ETQQ ^R 69Q, 9IIQI 69Q^ 
9Q©GQ an^O OQ G9Q q^QI 9ISil«IS^ ^WCSI 
^qQIQ, fllQ9l«J, ©^«G9Q 2119 OI3GQ 

Q9iai4 1 ] ■ 

mj $%— G9. 9— ?Q^ «iAa ©191^1 sieiCQ g^§ gtjst 

Phula buku erOIQIQ «I°€IQ§15 9«©l3 SCIIQ 0€LQ 
(Er%$SJr— a^H^Q) ia^Q — ,\ mass of flesh inside 
CW&J the breaBt appearing like a reddish 

*<?|srfl floWerj the liver. 

0p^@l92O— £|IG9. ( G19©l© 6 QSlfl ) 9 — <39g©IQ 
Phulaburdakhia qaei^q@ 

Q$k1Q «HQ9I^l §<)— A kind of 

^scented with flowers. 

09 eQQ9^1— G9. 9 — 39lG99(? ^a Q9GQ QQIQ9I £Ttt 
Phula belapatri <§ ^9Ra§) — Flowers and Bel 
^1 CT»l*rt®l leaves put on the Siba Liriga. 

$5T Stomal I [9 — 91 9Q9I Q9GQ 0^ ^Qdl QSDSJM l] 
g$GQQ9$1 Qfi|(G®)QG»!— GQp §— ^ I fl9IG99<? qq. 
* Phula belapatri chaKJh&(rflhe)iba 6 fiia QQGQ If9- 
^5 50tH g q M 6 9Gj9» ta&til ©QQI^-I. To offer 
5«r ■d^RI favourite flowers arid bel ^ leaves on 

a $iba linga. 
. J I (RStfia) <a«9iq^q 9€l9i — 
2, (fgurative) To satisfy a person by bribing. 

ffQQ QQ(Q)— 69. 9— 21© 91^91 9gQ QjQ— 

Phulara bhSra(ra) The weight of a very light 
UTRQQq— «9i$,8} thing. 

£fQQ — G9. 94 — V I CTR 9i9g|^1 — 

Phulara 1, Dealing or trading in flowers. 

(fffijj5|-a9i%fl) > I G9 ETR 9G9 — 

T* , OTI»I1 2. Flower-selling, 

3W^l«l5 S>d^KT ■ I G3 ffQ 9G^ ©SIQ ©qq — 

3. Raising flowers for the market, 
G9. 9— ETRq 9\Q (G90 }— Phulara mali (See) 

€T9 Gl€l1— G9. 9- (ETft 5ia*iGQ qdl) — Q9— Lotus. 
Phula rftfii ^|eiq ?rq— , q fl } gctTQsr 

^G9. (39919) 9— £TR 99l<& (G9«) 

Phula bibahl (See) 


3IQ1 


( v* v ) 


£Q(GR)9$ 


-ciqiqjq aiQl— to* 9. ;(*..,** MiwisH- 

|\Phulailu)pS ma]! «, | ga^ Slol ffft $>3q, OGQ— 
*p BT<rtar| stf^J 1, Flower gardener. 

S faMfaf l fflcft ' I G3^ SitS Eg* S>TO— 2. Florist. 

€ga(ii)Q— go. $-v i toq si qtcq &a! toiqspi 

Phula(lla)ri §§&§ Q$\Q §%Q$G€1S— 1. Small 
£tt}€l 7 ^q qq cakes of lentil-paste fried in ghee 
qfeseij ™ or oil. 

$»t^cH 2 Phulari tela (See) 

Q£l — ffQ 999 — A collection of flowers. 
ff«§ MQ(S>LQH| — TO. Q- (3. EJCtQ aflMsn))— 
Phulari amabaX^^a .. , flfllgqi,. fWmHI^-r 
erlQ afllWII 7^*5™ The new-moon day of the 
I *■ month of Karttika. 


erqe> sisiwii 


Phula(le)ri tela Floral oi); oil scented with the 
(ETCJQ G©^ — flO^d) essence of flowers. 

£K> fiJflN— TO. $ - TO OKI — Flower-tray. 

Phula lanka $sq aQg sao o-Q Q9i i <as?$8, Q9»eai» i 

erQ qS—€^. §• (s. ^ + qci)--toqoi 6 qeitK^q 

Phula lagi ffftGQ §§9 TOQI — Decoration with 
(ffQ^^tSfihqp) flowers (of Jtajas and idols). 

With the body dressed with flowers like 
ornaments; decorated with flowers. 

■a«€ifihi— to. ©. (s. OT+asni)— • , 

*~Phula sajya v I efQfiq ggO 91 W}Q «ISM— 
fffii G99 1 1- -A bed strewn with flowers, 

erR gsisni I W ^ j i q^ig^ c^sa^ wrfto 

*HT*ttJt Q^QQ 9QI9Q g€13 ggi9 Q©€Q 4Q3 «q© 

QQQI Qffl^ll — 2. The marriage bed; the 

bed on which the married couple sleep 

during the first week of marriage. 

:-sra as>— TO. Q- (*. M+9Q)— WQ (TO®) 
Phula sara Pushpa Sara (See) 

**** SITO. (€1901©) $— Q«9 QISl^ »Gr& 
$&m ©<aq$ i $G€i l 9--A kind of reed. 

-£Kt ai€j§ii(«(l)— TO. q. (s, era+aqsi)— 

Phula saguri5(nl) q^1- s|$ siqai — 
3p8f *t^j^t Jftytft A female vulture. 


| QIQ GQ«I99I% <1$IQ <§ OM G9IQ«© I J 

: fflR «l»(.flWI)*OT. 9-qMQ «Sqw©aij q« g««|p— Dusk. 
Phula saflja(ndhya) sjQ anra Qg:a osw as^is qasjeQr' 
[q^^i)2|] . waacrtw qw%. ¥ 

| „ Phula sabha Ql^ 6 a^OfllOfiyQ Sldl^lQ qq — 
! - ( ETQqq — QCh^Q ) A meeting of Brahmams 
and Pandits held on the evening of a 
marriage or Upanayana^ to bless the mar- 
ried couple or the Brfthmaeharl boy* 
0^— GQ 9— ( e. *q- ai%) t I ^te— 1. Swelling; 
* Phula ( Ml — 3Q<i%a ) inflation. 

^^t ^ I G«ltaii2W-2. Plethora; dropsy. 
Ol^Ql OfiQ^— i Pearl on the eye, 
4. Froig-spittle* frog spit. 

OTTlft * \ W® qg G^»a «SI— 

^aft^csft ' The young ones of frog ; with long tails. 

9 1 aiSlGQ S^khq apg^i 99 ©^ Q§> ffQ— 

1 6. Dried lsntil-paste.balls boiled in water and 

used as curry. 

Q4I— V I "ff^a^'i ^l®-" 1 - floated; swollen; 

Wit; E*mT S M F ^W inflated; puffed up. 

-M' W ^1©— 2. Bloated or swollen with pride. 

^IGQ ( 9§Q-) ©— 9Q— Boil. 

^{eQ)Q^>— go. «— ( fffWI 5^IQ ^»9 % g ; 
^ Phula(le^lba the causative form of Phuliba). 

om* v 1 «fl© «»i— 1. To P uff u p; t0 cause 

S^HT ' toswell # 

> 1 €|§© G9QI— 2. To be proud. 

m j ^1q qcj^ — 3, To be swollen or puffed up. 

(£iai— ©I GO* ffCQQfi I) 

v 1 e?QiQGQ ^§ aiQPl— 

4. To become larger in size. 

* 1 w. snw©)— $«j*ft QQQi'p g^«© «a9i — 

5. To gladden; to make one cheerful. 


CTQ* 


( +>*^ 


a^Q* 5 


■GQ. 


Phulana 


^.*rft 


Q— ^91 $£j|— 

The act of inflating. 

$wm (jaai — oiq q$ erq$ <£ ^ q§ 

0Q@— G9. ^ — «^T«1QI€4 SIGI ©Q ag^ fl|Q9i £q_ 
Phulani A flat pin of wood or bamboo driven 
into a oraok made at the top of a plough- 
pin 
0«@a(a H G9. ©— QQ$ (CQ«l)— Phulani (See) 

Phul5ni5(aB) ^—^ | i*6ig<?|. $©— 1. Bloated. 
^rl j 1 d^1© 3 Q9»q^ — 2. Inflated with pride. 
5^T • I ^fc^lSiQ €J©i — 3. Irresponsible. 

* I ©%$; €>$l€pi— 4.- Free from cares. 

ffQQqQ— C?GQ« 9 ( Q°. £lGQQj— GO^a 91 aeWGQ 
Phulanayan - ^, W| _ Flannel. 

3Q 9a-69. 9~ t> I $1©— 1. Swelling; the state of 
Phula papa being swollen 

OTMf) 7 „ ^ I «Mfe-2. The 
&qftl(a)EMI J **& state of being puffed 

rip with pride 

$511*5 §5I1TC 3. Excess of pride,- arrogance. 

fffl fflGPCD— OT. 93 — «. I QQQ — 1. Proud. 

Phulffc pbankia 5 | C]S?#l9— 2. Inflated with 

<F* $5ft (q^a a[eri]rf en— ao^a) pride. 

* I GQiq£TI$a ; €3 9Q Q3GQ a§> ©g% aQQ 

QQQQ — 3, A toady; hanger-on^ 

v I QlS^B©€K>i — 1 Irresponsible, devoid of 

any sense of responsibility, 

* I ©^tSiQi — 5. Free from anxiety or care. 
€$) qfil— GQ. S. { e. e%+QQtfi) v I 9|«qaQ4 (9GQ$$ 

™ ~ gQ^qa ) — 1. Ash-salt, 

2. Sea-salt, 
££*— GQ 9. ( e. q* )— < I ^S> Ql 9I« e% qfl$|Q 


Pbula luna 




Phuli sjs 5^ ^ ^ 


S»i ai%a[W— 1. Tassel, 


9 I 6gi9l«* e««€9 €>«© SfliSlQ ©$— 
2 The representation of a floral design at 
the end of a couplet or poem. 


* 1 03 aawi aifij^Qi we? 'aGSic&Gsis— 

3. A kind of nose-ornament having a floral 

top, 

sai$Ga *, ^°, e* & jqqo6©qq m 

aS^GQ G)«il€lG$ Q%Q 9IQ Q3GQ '^Ql QG? 
QgQICTGQ «^BSllQ?i9l 9§ GQ«l(^g &©(#) — 

4. A star -mark on the pole of a ' Bisa to 
indicate 5^ 10, 15 and 20 Palas weight 

respectively. 

fffc 1 v ersi s«€igq spi 9§G«i ;* aQ 91 a| v c>€i* 

a| >* Qtt Q| ^ Q€H 6©Q f 1 

* I GC^I WGQ 9h«??© 0IQ9I Q9— 

5. Asterisk. 

flIW. ( q^QTO ) ^>— Qlff^q— Wall niche. 

9«l?fl ~G^. w. ( «qi gjQio* 9P gso* qg ) — 

Phulia t I 039 aQ 3Q — 1. Like such and such 
^WW $oMfctr flower. 

( fiBii-*gQ5i' TOai. ^6^ ersiss qq^iiq i ) 

> I 9fgq — 2« Liking flowers; taking a fancy 

to flowers. 
( aai— ©en eyQ^ q9q, ^i^cr^a Q§9 1 ) 

W. 9. ( $3** SQ ) — t I QQ— 1. Boiled rice, 
2- A kind of crab of the Chilika lake. 

er^ea aid— G9. q— osasiQ aig— 

Phulia ghasa A kind of grass. 

' [ 2 — <i^iQ ©IS 2KIGQ GQ|f < eTQ 91 GalEtl Q© £J^ 
3"^^ I ] 

8^9— GQ. 9« — Era^9l — Swollen. 
Phulita g«S) ^19 ^g^ y J50 s?i§i| qqs>— 

eei ^ Qieoi— w. 5-««ii9 a© q@q§ qiwi 

Phuli phuli kandiba (6 ©TOO g<§ 6 a9 ETQQl)— 
^J*lra #J^fC?t ^W To sob; to weep with sobs; to 
i£l^4*WI; ^<U«h«f| cry with convulsions, 

Q^QI—GQ. £. («. fl^ at^) — ^ 1 9I0 GWI — 
Phuliba 1, To be swollen; to swell. 
spJTl; C^W J 1 Gflltl G991 — 2. To become large 
^criWT or fat« 

• 1 «IWB© GWIj «i€& €19© G99i~ 

3. To become very proud or arrogant. 


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#,%b$~c9cg CQaiQ oaeo qo, cw$ «§st' «p*j& s scrlo i 

Q*39 91 Q9£p €99! — 1. To be overjoyed, 
to start up (as with anger or joy.) 

0%QI — G9.9S1 — «. I $1©; fffiM|9l— 1. Swollen; bloated. 

Phuluka (ET^S— tf) J I Sp9l£(— 2, Corpulent. 

*yi* ^SOT^T 9— er§i (c9ei)— Phulka (See), 
QG$\ €11^20— €9- 93. qi — 3I9JQ CIIQ ff^aM— ] 

Phuluka galil Having bloated oheeks. 

9 fijoi asil— G9. 9«. qf-^-e«toiq?ij( 9I9IQ 19 ffWiM- 

Thuluka muhSi ' Having a bloated or swollen 

[9491 $1 93? q^l — ^13 face ' 

ff fijjffjfifl— TO. W (»• «>— * ! «B «Q9— 
Phuluphulia " 1. Flower-like. 

fffeEfe?' ? a9«iqp 2. Beautiful as a flower. 

3. Opened or full-blown like a flower. 

^supfsraU^^OT * 1 erfi^asi 9!Q9i— * 

4. LigH. like a flower. 

* 1 ajam epiao 91 «ifli€t— 

5. Tender or soft or delicate like a flower, 

6. Bloated-, swollen. 

«si*-e§eQ. «. to - 9jL)--Wi C3 ^ ^ 1Q aw *a 

*Phulut SgsrS WIQQiqt^ - Flute * 

ff QQQ 69€>l— €Q. §— t I aCM«> 9Q9I— 1, To be- 
*Phulei heba come sensitive; to become sullen. 

^*rl s^wr ? 1 a9© gwi> cw$1« €991— 

2. To become proud; to be puffed up with 

pride. 

* 1 G9€$Q €991— 

3. To make a show; to assume airs. 

v l eiqQQfll fl9l€l 9$9I — 

4. To become boastful of one's praise. 

€T€S*$— W- M- ^"" v l ( a,ftW Si9§&) W Q! WD"" 
"Phulei M. Proud (woman); haughty. 

> \ esa (G«a, cwii, we«) 919 91 q£ ffGa**— 

2, Puffing up one's nostrils in disdain, pride 

or anger. 


6T^(6Q,GQ,e^7)Q— GQ. 9 — «. I €©Q 91 Q3SQ S?f 
Phulu(le,lo,laS)ri C9IQ QtlQ G9IQ3191 G9t G«lfc 
^ 5tfft; ^ C*ft#t 991 < 91 9Q: ' a€Ofe> — 1- Lentil- 
ffisflO .paste-cakes fried iD oil qr gheev 

^ I qj9lSo G?Q— 2. Floral oil. 

osjq ctqo ©a; «5^Q as aaa 

««Q9tQ aaa, «eo €^ tsa 1 gi©lff. 30-1*1 1 

^-U snaq^OaQ G9IQ^9I— I. Made or 
^ ^^T J^wT extracted from flower; floral, 

(J32JI — ff^qQ €©R) 
^ 1 qa9l5o — 2. Scented with flowers. 

€M§I— G9. 9— fl!S« eil^9— 
"fhulka Gills of a "fish. 

*FJflfl 961— $1©j ff^l— 

4MLhj| Bloatedj puffed up 5 swollen. 

€T^(aiSL)— *- «• * *^» G99I j 0|f© €991—1. To be 
^Phuli (root) full blown; to be opened^ 

> I (€99) Q%%® €99l> Gf$ q69l— 
2. To start up (with anger or joy). 

.0S-S.-9, ( 3? s ai^+©4- «)— 
*"Phulla " M> ; M— Flower, 

90. ( ffft^ai^— 9980 €991+9^. a ) — 
V 1 q&Q^Vf®— i. Full-blown. 
5 I 999©— % Opened; expanded. 
on 1 gff$ — 3. Overjoyed. 

, eQ©9-«. w* V- ( ^Site «+Gfiioo )— 

Phulla lochana ga_$ QSJP— Having eyes bright- 

« «S° i «o«a *" " ued UP ° r 6Xpand6d ( Wit ? 
(m eaort, « 9^«, m €9pi— ^1) 

e^ifclQ— «• W.\°. {*$$& «+a»9)— 
*"Phulladhara S«999 5 919^0— 

(a«laq^-a9^q,9) Having a laughing face. 

£f§lQ©a— «. 9. (0*"3 «U+«QW)-fllf© N— 
*"Phullarabinda Full-blown lotus. 

^Phullendlbara gayo 'SISJ 9Q— Full-blown blue 

waterlily. 

^Phullendu Full moon. 

0^90— SIG9. (WW©) *- («• 4^)— w -w^— 

I * Phush-kel The cup of the lotus flower. 


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Paps . 1„ (lft£erfBotia&) Pish !.$doh » fie t 

■',3 .v- -> I *l4;fl9GQflQqft£QI -q«l^ Q9Q 91$Kl 

S?W 99IQ«©— 2. The Jpw hissing sound o£ 

air escaping through a hole or the mouth. 

* I Si§)9IQ flg© W— 3. The- low sound of 

breaking wind. 

* I 9^6^(60*) — 5, Phus phus (See) 
tino (Qtf)— & Fruitless (act). 

*[«(©— fllOT. ($<VW9) 9. (SL«. ^v^?)— 

Phus-ki 3^$ 9§ §3 — Smal ! pimples like liohen 

or prickly heat. 

■.OT M — G9. 9.j(S. GT|?) — ff gq (G9€l) 

Phus phus Pbusphusa (See) 

*,s*ii «.— 9?% £Jl% (G9S) 

^TTT^T Phusuru phusuru (See) 

*T€II— 91 w; 91. (9IGS&Q) 9. (SKjte)— 
Phusa § $«>3 qQ$[Q— Anus. 

€M3l OS OQ OIQOI — fllCQ. Ql. (9!G^Q) : $. (««!&)-— 
Phusa chup chup dakiba #9 Q£JGQ £JQ9I — 
(OTIOT G99i — MNq,9) ; To quake with fear, 

££§ — 31G9. (€K«tfl) • — * I ®4&; W*— U Poor, 
Phusi £ I ^836^ '-^2. Despicable, 

* I ^961 — 3. Miserly. 

<OT«B§--GQ. 9— W3 ©QQ 9Q G99GQ 3^ SJIQ^Ql 
Phuailra wq $|g| q$ ©8 q§qi Q |£ aQGQ fl g 

S3IQ3J9I Stir- The wooden pki driven- into 
the rims of a cart-wheel to keep the 
spokes tight therein 

•eg stoi— w. Or— cat w©i— 

Phusi kankarda Small crab. 

Phusuru phusuru ®q oq qa^gai qg| ewiQ«— 
(££1® qSLS — «i%a) Low'whisperingj whisper- 
^pFJl $*T$*T ing sound. 

0<|©@C>l— G9. 5— (GOfe^QISh) ©to GQ9I; ffS39 Q9f» 
Phusuki jiba To miscarry (said of a work). 

^Jfi? 4 €«i)9QI— G9. ■& (S. fl+tftf— £q$ gwi)— - 
PhusalaUe)iba * i.TOW© ©ai W ^a Q9l . 
ffSQ Gfc)Q9l ) 0*091-1, To coax: to 

OW 0« 999if ^^ Q cajole; to wheedle. 


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> I 9GQW G9«HQ91— ' 
2, To inveigle; to seduce* to entice. 

eqfl %«— G9. 9— t 1 «a$9i* aaigiq ^q^i— 

„ Phusulg phusuli **prT5Mfir I. Coaxing; cajblry 

S^rit surfer > i gcsiw gmict "sq^jqqiq 

(EljaCI. oq«, tt»- *OH%ar -€0^1— 2. Enticement. 

^?*?"" 9 '- Q — ff^flrq/fift; *gQ^ Qaig 91^19— 

Phusphusa The lungs. 

Q^— GQ. 9. ( *. *§ ) — V I G©»— 

Phartti ^J§ ^ff 1. Sprightliness; energy. 

^ 1 Q%\fy CIQfi>j SA9Q- 

2. Exhilaration; merriment. 

3. Activity; briskness. 
v I G9Q; ©©QQ©! — 4. Promptness, 

* I OlSJOIj ^Q — 5. Quickness; haste, 
^1 $^j |Qd — 6. Finding expression. 
S> I «^9j «G»Q SflffQ— 

7. Bttdyancy of spirits, 
9^1— t. I eosa^-*!. Energetic; sprightly. 
y I £$%§©— 2. Exhilarated; overjoyed i 

3. Active; nimble; brisk, 
v 1 ®©aQ — 4. Prompt. 

* I SJQO— 5. Quick; hasty. 
3« 9^1— <w I «1g— 1. Sharp; soon 4 

^ I G9S1GQ— 2. Quickly. 

* i Q^ag||€> — 3. Immediatly; at once. 
OQQI- GQ. §— i I SDQQQ GWI5 flgjp ^>^9| — 

Phartti kariba 1. To be exhilarated; to express 

*J3Ml J^f ^T?fT joy; to be merry. 

^ I OOaQOI g@© QISh PQ9I— 2. To act with 

promptness; to make haste; to look sharp. 

* I Q3QS11 GW! — 

3, To be briejc-, to b« up and doing. 
€f§$ €<5>ai(€ei)G|G»l— 69. #— ftCTGQ QOS^oi gQ|Q 
PbQrtti dekha(khe) iba s>qqi_To show prompt- 
. ¥^8 WtW ^if ^RKT ness or briskness. 

PhilrttibSj 1^ Having buoyancy of spirits. 




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-qQtiW-' €9. 9— *#q«ror 91 Bw^Ql'— Activity in 
Phuxttibaji work; dexterity in wotk, 

ff€l6>— €9G9» 91. 9— ff§S® ( «S )— Phurusat (See) 
Phrusat ( g gg^ & g[G*l]©— ^^9 ) 

* eena© «s— g^gq. 9 ( q° )— eoi^siiff goti oqq— 

Phear kapi <mfa *tf\ %8K *Pft Fair copy. 

GtfQQI— GQ« £ ( *. &W?)— •* I Gff§>9lj G3IQ9lj 
Pheiba * G9R9I> CTSIQ9I; &Q TO9I— 

3JSFI; C*fl>ft ^5RT 1, To unfasten; to open; to 

unfurl, 
* ewe cqoft e^TQSQ - ^0. cgaati^a 1 
/ t gslS© TO9I— 2. To show. 
* ! fftftlQQij C«l« 9WIQ TOW— 3. To untie. 

--Wfll^W. 9— ^"i.ffiQj a|i9i«i3 goiQtfi— 

Pheu L Fraud; deception. 

5 1 qfQ; a^Oli SO— ^2. Gunning, 
-;■■" ■; f «T-a^q £T3&— 3. Coaxing; oajolry. 

■ ■ ■* | Qjcjitjtfi — -4 Excuse; feigning; pretext. 

■ €€F< WMf*-^. ( fi'W^ ) 3— 9G£2fl "^991 99> 
Pne-e phe-e cs§ C^ $G9 §€Q — The braying of 
( GO" GO 1 — asw%a ) ^ ^ jackals, 

„. g^Sf-^-CJQ. 2l! ( a©«|§4Qtf )— ^»Wm TO9IQ €10. 
pheS pHefl *'* Q9 .GQ— * Sound of load laughter, 

ft*, ft* ^f"* (cS< €§w — siQ^qa) 

Phekat $81$ WIQfil— * D Yain ; * or nothing. 

SffQiGj— aiw. ( W§N ) e.1 s. eerqn-sq* )— 

PhekSri ,, .- V ~ GW&HQ — Fox. 

-SffWlril- G9. I — «- \ OTI9— 1. Fraud. 

Phech-kaml J | 01&Q9 — 2. Undue forwardness. 
CTWtfll q>im&&«ft • I «Q©I— &. Wantonness. 

OT\( *% )— S— Ep%l£9l$ GSI&9I — 

Phet ( root ) To open. 

69**9— *. 9. C OT$il%+q9. «9 )— ctsiqqi— 

Phetana .Opening. 

-€ff*4— 69. 9.( 3* (ft ^I't'OS^.Bw'fijW-* : 
PhetS C^&1 ^vET 1, A wide cloth. 


J> I 8H&KQ sjdr €Jfl6Q $®l99l ^511^2. A cloth 
tied round the waisfi over the loin-eloth* 

* I QflQI GQRjQ GQIQ— s - Peel o£ orange, 
v I Sa% GCIIK — *• A bean * 

Phet**dhardia; Having a brold hem ("oloth ), 

€€T$(§)«— €9G9- 9— ep%0 ( OT«I ) 

Pheta(ti)n Phitan(See) 

G€T@— G9. 9. ( «. ft^^©sB C^aiSL)-^ 

Pherda ^ | Q9^^ G^IW} G£Tf)9l— 1. The 

GETQ^GTOI . 7 wfilM actof feleasing. 

GTOie?, Gsf^l^ J ' ^ > I ^aTOfl— 2 Removal. 

« I <Q 09^ SlftH «SQ 9G^W «^^J 9S9©»ff- 

3. The process of subtraction. 

: Pherda misa The processes of subtraction and 
<TCtt "Rc5Tf5t TORT *?HT addition. 

GO 1 ®! — G9. W— 9H9©0©i 9q§ — Subtracted. 

€TOl(S@)Q9l— G9. S. (e. ^Qlff^ai^.ao—W* 
PherjiS(r<le)iba Ql €&^ - ai^ )— ( GO^QI ^1Q 
ft?ft; CV?fti fif?l5» S^g %Q— The causative 
^^Rla^^WT Jorm of f Phexdibr) 

^1 «©m 9i^<jiq Ger§)9i ^^ «qQ^i— . 

1. To cause to subtract. 

^ fTOi<}Mi &$\Q9\ — 2. To cause to be opened 

or unlocked. 

€€T^G»I— «. 5. {*. 4?> ^91 9^4)1^^91 G£f\ 
PherdibS «^ — ^ 1 ^Q QQ9I— 1. To remove. 

tl<jj«n a© ^aq^if© » Q^t.^aiga^ ff- ate i 

5 I 9GSIG1 TO9I; <9 Qg%eiQN qS^9l9 W9I- 

2. To subtract. 

<*> I GerQ9li «IQQI; G«iSl9l— 3. ^o open. 

e^TO, fi* «??©»,. as? i «». canqyiw I 
v I «j ©Q9I — t To liberatej to release. 

* i G9ISd 9Wli «-»ICI TOQIr 5 " ^° ^ e Up * 
$>^QQ9 Q€l9« i GfllOO 0&9I~ 

6. To lessen; to relieve. _ 


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9 i (go© Q9q_) a^^ea gQia $$91^ 

7. To speak out plainly or frasjdy; to 

express. 

r i «99^q ge^ieiCQ qi$9I— ; 

8. To know by insight or instinct. 

G€T© QQQI-GQ. & -C«lia Q§9U 19q,C0 Q£IQ W»l 
Pheigi kahiba . To apeak clearly, 

*sfttH*H ^ToRT CO-© 9§S Cfli «SGO 1 gtol. #^M9^h [ 

GM— 9IGQ. (©%Q.WQ) »■ (*. 99»)— 9& 9OT»IQ— 
Phen (S«— JHOsqq) Again; also. 

Phena -Q9GQ qqgpi 5&5>— *• Frotb i foam 3 
C^fl scum. 

^5T; nl^ > I 313% QIQIQQI Q©— 

2. Froth issuing from the mouth. 

*> i §§1% gq^eer^; <9gw siisq eeia — 

S. The bone of the cuttlefish; meerschaum. 
tfft 4. The expanded hood of a serpent. 

Pbe$a kargbiba Wf STOqg QQ9I— 1. To 
(GSM WIQ9W--TOh%P) produce froth or 
C *H<* lb I lather from liquids by friction. 

9Q3S QQQ ©I ai$%9fe> 9I9IQ QqQ9l— 

3. To cause an animal to emit froth from its 

mouth by causing it to labour hard, 
« I (318) Ml WIQ SQ9I— 3. (a serpent) To 
stand with its hood expanded. 
* I (QMI^f ) ©9© 0Q9I — 4. To subjugate. 

G€Ps1 y€J9l— €9. $ — ET«i £913 SQ9I— 
Phena dbaribS To raise up the hood. 

GETS! 9K?9l 7 fll?Q fll ^ ra 9 ^ aw 9 ae ® 

Gfffiii— w. 9. ftr. cr«) — iiwq mi — 

Phojpia 1. Serpent's hood. 

q*H" 5 1 <tt&1 QI$Ga QQI QQftlQ Gaffl— 

^T- ^r 2. A cluster of plantain fruits in a big 

ctffc buncb. 


«T55T; f?*ir • I flaQ% S§?l|g GW QQ$9I G9I9— - 

s(^6t^ S. Bee-hive. 

5*rTT V |(e. GEfQ) OQ»1^© q@ 9i OQIQ-fiQI'C9tQ 

CT»ft; ^1^1 £§S> G9IQK91 ^J^S SfeltWScera— 
^?fTH^ft 4. (tf. £fl§f©) A bloated ball made of" 

boiled sugar. 

©©, 96Q, OTfll, flfil $3-1 9101. 05C0Q1OI I 

W— WQqgt — Frothy. 
^^ggreUQQI (gqo)— Phanaiba (See) 
G€r^l(G«)Q©i— GQ. §. (*- e£T» aQ%Gffqiq ai^)— 
Phena(ne)iba v I ©qq €191^% GwT% W9%KJ, : 

GST^I j ^ 1. To stir dough with 

C*HT3 <ftFR fingers so as to make it foamy. 

> I Gffffqg G99!— 

2. To be frothy; to emit froth 

$aQ~CQ. $— (*. GffGQh-Vi «? Ql OQ^^^t 

Pheni ©IOQI fiq 0g© 9^1^ 9G€1^ GQ 1 ^*— 

C#raF5M s^ra^Ht 1. Bloated sugar cake. 

^ \ (*. GETMI) ©S> 6 ^i^iGQ S|Q gQ §Q qg 

9^1^ 9C«*9i G£f©9l (GW— 2~ A sweetmeat 

ponsisting of layers of kneaded flour fried 

in ghee, . 
GffQSG— GO. 94— «*l QG»IQ GffQQg Qg J3IQ?(9I— 
Phenia CWt ^iHI^I Made foamy by stirring^ 
(G£T§i«i GffSt— »ffi%Q) 
GffG«lQ— SIW- falGSWtf *— GETtfli * ( GQ^ )— 
Phenei ' *-*Pken5 4 (See). . 

eers^Q wqi— w- «— *« ©ai 910 9iq qqiqqi — 

Pheaei hebg . To introduce a disputed matter 

repeatedly to attract the disputant's 

V attention, 

Phenta j \ oiq CDQ GefSai 91 <Qp 9QIQ9I jqi — 

2. ShuflBing^ intermingling. 
Gff*€>l— W- S— V I GMJQ^I (GQfl) 

Phentiba C^p%1 ^RPHTT 1. PheniSibS (See). 

s I («r. S^j <0 aQief^o aoi flQiaq, «nn©%ga 

99IQ91 — 2. To mhc up a thing with 

another, 

* 1-Qiq «flQ G«IOiaoi— 

3, To intermingle (cards)j to shuffle. 
G€f©— glW. (99) 9~ ^GSIQGQ QQ%GtQ! a^lQQI 

Pheti flip QSJ^jGQ ©^O ETIfl — A contrivanoe made 
of rope to throw stones to a great distance 
with greafe force; sling,- 


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€€T9l€}«i1 ©$—9 — ©^9WG«« — ' 

PhetkSriai tantra Name of a. 'Taofera-treatise'. 

GeP Q(S)_3. q— ( $iq ai4"=qw>i+Q$ o. ©also )— 

Phena(na) ?. I ofifl 91 gg>tf gig 39 Q9iefq 919(391 

§9 99^' — 1. Troth; foam; scum. 

3 I SSJ3 Ger€i 5 qiqj^Q OWGOTQ ^£9|$9 
$qflG)— 2. The spongy skeleton of cuttle- 
fish; Sepia Oflioinalis. 
G9. ^— SH% 9I9IWI 99— Froth issuing 

from the mouth. 

QIG9,. (-OOW«l ) 9- (SP* *$. a ^W 9°. 6 §. 
G£TQ) —QaQ—Eioe-gruel. 

G£fc#© -*• 9— (Gero+giGa. «)— «. 1 asg, gw— 

Fhenaka 1. Skeleton of the cuttle-fish. 

> I GMt 9139 9%1Q= — 2 * Bloated sugar hall, 
* 1 €ENI$ $Q QOSJ — 3. Foam; froth; scum. 

v 1 €ioioq so9 G£fG9iqi9Q 9| 913 aqjq «a€ 

G8IQ9I gdlfifl* (fi. €1) — 4- Bath by rubbing 
the body with lather-iorming substance* 

eso®i— *. 9— (OTo+s-Ml- *»)*-* 1 ©wo ego 

Phenaka Q&^-l- Ground rice boiled in water. 

(eroei— «Qi% ) ? l «©t sasn <?i» 9^w— 

2, Bloated sugar-ball. 
- * I 2IQ%^S 6 £TO> QOI Ofi 4 ff»— 3. The soap- 
berry (tree and berry); Sapindus Saponarius. 

Gffoa— ^W'-tGffQ + ai.aiSL+^.si)— ^ igs gehi 

Phenapa 919 9G9— L linking froth. 

9— 398BQ9 Efft^ig TOW^SWWa q9~ 

A sage subsisting oaly op fruits dropped 

down from trees, 

ser«ig— a. 9. <?$ ®9j G£fQ+«> getoq agqct)- 

Phecagra £Q 9— Bubble, 

Sff9iqai9— * q«— (qQ9fl©i«fo eer^iq ©i«iaiq+ 

Phenayamana 9$. arc>Q)-S§qG€r<l 9!9l%aiO — 

(GTOiqflM— ti)i Foaming; emitting froth. 

GTO9I— *. 3— GMl;flQ9IGQ ©TO «9g«lQ 9§IQ) 
Phenika QQffll 9$§Qqg QQa^§^Q9Ga<a 3 fll©l— 
^ft ^T5IT A kind of pastry cake made up of 

6. «oi* gtoi man y thin la ? ers - 

[g — qqq^q ^Q9l^9Q ©|>G9 <3ldj$fQ 9§}QI 
a§.© 9Q*9i^ e9MIGQ$ Q^GQ QS G9RSII9K) 

9tq TO^ 39GQ. 911 3$ G9s*9iq $« < ca 


oiqqSjq *?IQQ W q$IQ, G3g «W '«§%gfif 
<$l <]$ 9§ 911 G9Q9I& $<1 I G3§ G9Q 
G9IQSI9! Q«Ql q?q_ ^"^ ^ ^ (©©««) GQ 
9^qQ9!^ §<T ! < §OI fffiJQI 6 Q9GQ 9^ ^§$Qr 
qQ $<1 I <9lq €er©91 G9lQiai< I G9^iW ^®GQ 

Phenila (G£TQQ— flGiqa) Frothy; scummy. 

9— 1 1 no.<% qg 6 M; eioierQ— 1- The 30a P- 

berry; soap-nut; Sapindus Saponarius. 
3 I 9QGQIO— 2. ' Jujuba Zyzyphus. 

* | QQQ £TQi W aft — 

3. The fruit ofVangueria Spinosa. 

eee^— siG9. (awqa) 9— otsi— 

Phephal Foam; froth. 

eerajjDQ— sw>. 9. (Q 9 . gets,?^)— _ 

PhebruSri 


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[ ^ — <a, qi^Q ^© qr^isaGPQS act: ^ 
G99» QQ V QagGQ ( aaio ca§ 

g^Q 2J£? e«Hiq "*GQ 9^ 9GSI 

^ g<4 ^ a TO QG9 ©l| GSI§ 5lffGQ ) < flWQ 

90 Wil 5ti 5<HǤ G3^ QEpafiQ 

S^Q G9^ TOsVjq €J91 G9IQ£)!<:gsi WGQ OTSJ 1 ^ 
flWQQOTOsI ^QG9IQ ^ r ^< I Sal-** 
moo g(l%|9 «l9 QSI® G9GQ fla«( €g^j 3ffQ 
6ET§ SflQ fli^Q 9ff OTHI 3r, eg G3^ 9 afl>n- 
OTHft^ W v»*€Q 9QGfii @§ 9I< G^ TO* 

Gerg «nQ ^1^9 ^t 9^ ^< * ] 
GerftQ— G9. 9. ( sl». ft°- s^a© )— 

Phempara «. j 9l^f — 1- Steam. 

c*Hs wt; 3 I GM- 2 . Froth > foam - 

Pher Again. 

«rW? 9—^. I $$»1$£> «,? GfllO»— 
^ 1, Fold of a coiled rope. 

J I ( $9<3ia ) 93$; 3$ — 
2. ( figurative ) Wile. 

eerQQW— aiG9-(«LW»)9— 9W 901*19% ®$ 

Pher ghai 9I9IQ 9^ QIQ Gi* fftfl— Branch 
channel to drain out or take out water from 

corn fields. 


e*£* 


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€ffQ v eri^— to, 9—^ i €9® 6ff§> q$$ vm-, &&$ 

Pher- phSr Glgjfc — 1. Transposition, 

c?Fa ffa c*r c^ta ^ i opt qog g©ti9$Q— 

-.■Wftw; 2. Repeatedly coming back. 

* f W8 qj?8 991 SI§9I 91 $Q9l3 ^QQQ-^ 
3. Roving; walking to and fro. 

■*■ I «W gQ|tf-~ 4. Giving and taking. 

* I QQ9^Q QQQ9t5 GffqQQI— 

5. Act of returning or changing. 
9 I flftQQ*b— 6. Change. 
S> I 2TO 9W; Q©q^ 99Q-— ., 

7. Exchange; barter. 

r I g& eio; a|ql 3 QQ; 9£ G9?sa— 

8. Wile; stratagem; artifice, 

<i I %|Q SQj SIGqgQ — 2. Repeated putting off 

on various excuses. 
M— SP>8 g<S>8 Q9I a§9l QggQI— 

Repeatedly coming and going, 
€€P^Sff%(€i)»— GQ. 9. ( 9&3 €1© )— qpl 91 §.319 
Pher pberu(ri)a ©igjqQ qjo; G q GQG09 MIQ 

9£Q« G3§ QSIiQ QIQQQ Q399I q$Q— . 
Coils of wire put into blank spaces in a 
gold or silver filagree work- 

€8Q— *. 9 (6£r-»+^ai4+^. , a)-€ffQ5 (ew) 

Phera Pheranda ( See ) 

1, The narrow folds ofVloin cloth hanging 
down in front of the wearer, 

Cfl? G9«afi aaeQ ettQ ecu? i qjb 9. fl^jgoo. «$ i 
' p tt^ ^ I q^ 91$ 9) € q|Q ; g9%©— 2. A coil or 
«f^T twist of a rope j a turn or bend, 

* I £©TO^G — 3. Coming back; returning; a 

turning; reversion. 
v I 5% QQ; aOl- GOlSS); QSgS\Q — 
4. Wile; stratagem; artifice. 

* I GdlMoa a9gij 9§i$—. 

5. Confusion; confused state of affairs. 
9 I flMEKfc 939 21931; qqr%3 991$ GaiQi— 

6. Crisis; danger-, peril; grave difficulty. 
9 I qciwAq— 7. Reverse of fortune. 


r | glQj 9R— 8. Snare. 

9. The part of the loin-oloth in excess of the 
part woimd round the waist, 

3$l tfQ C€TSl 6ttQCQ I Vff^fi- «9I9Q«^Q, «l0 | 

giGQ. (9IGQAQ) 9— V J QQ§i «*k Wl— 

1- Courtyard of a house. 
2 I ai^Q Gift— 2 Canal, 

' aeiQ 91 GQQl^iq si)$l99 Q/&&) q\$>— 

A causeway. 

6€*Q 910— GO. 9— GETQQ ©^g% S^lfiJCllQ sitoigq 

Phera kani S&QQl a°€lQ gi$— The front end 

(OS^©— §9^9) of ft loin cloth hanging down 

* 4JUltaHi| the waist. 
6€TQ CQIQQI— G9. $— 39KJ5WQ GSTQQ ©g«l©^_ GQ^- 

Phera kbosibS %|q engf q\q qwqq g«|99I— 

JfJi^sfl^W! To tuck up the lower front end of 
C#tel t^I (G£rQ 9IQQI— Cl9**%a) the loincloth. 
egQ g@s>i— G9. *— QfcgQI fi)«ll9 GET«^ ft G«llf 
Phera chha^iba qq^, 69»IQ9I— To let the front 

GO'S! Q?)GQ9I ) Pioq Q ci lower oorner of the 
G£rQftHi(G50Q9i} ^ cloth hang down. 

GefQs— go. 9. (^ aei^ aigtaipsr 99^0 6^a 

• Pherana g^ aa |_ qp GcTQtfl)— 0Q9^R»— 
fiHl 1. Change, 
^W -? I Qfltfi— ^2. Roving; walking 

* I S^Qtf — 3.Tnblishing. 
v I a©«»l9QS>^-4, Returning, 

OTQ.«l(8)— W- 9.— Cqfitf v ^(G9«l) ' 
PheraniS(ni) Pheraria 4 (See) 

G€fQ$— «r. 9. (C£r«^9Q61^© + ^ai^=q99| + Q^ 
Pheranda 210— 9^3 5«IO— JaoksL 

GffQ^i— G9, 9. ( ^. €TOf)*-agq 9q?fl— 

Pherand5 Male jackal; a he-jackal. 

(G^GG^I — SIO^a) 
GffQ^I-GQ. 9.— Q^IQ^ri^GQ?!— 
Pherata An ornament worn on the ear. 

G9Q0I P.SLOi 5 1 ® ( g|©1 Q«9tfl»Q 

fiffQ^i— gq. 9«.— («r. g^si^i GgQ©)— t j'gwqo- 

Pheranta c^^t fe^aT; %Cdt 1. Returned 

(GETQ§—a^i%Q) (aai— 9QO gstq^i 


•OTS^sfe 


( ♦>♦<• ) 


C^(C«)Q^- 


t ,. r *r'y i gets a^g^i — 3. Beturwag. - 

* I gfltfWl^— S. Travelling; roaming. 
G€TQ$I «K>— W. 9.— «W £Jl$3l$* «$> tSCl© G99I 
Pberanta* daka QGQ g£IGd ©3^ ©19 WG3— 
C^m\ <St^ jfasftil* Return post 

GffQ Q9l— W. 9.— *1»1 ais<a ai^lQ a°«% q« 99 
Pherapaka fift|Q tffllWTQ W 31*1 9& aK> 
6GQ 8<SH— *K?iq.a) §«lo1i *lGQ©fll©93 9S?Wi— 
Asl ^far A mode of female wearing of loin- 
* cloth, 

■SffQ €r(«*Q(Ql)— €Q. 9— * I QRGQ G3^ g5H9 $R 
Phera pha(bha)taka(,ka) eiQ (%©¥l«) G$«l G9IQ- 
«9pg^ g||^_i. Double entry in an account. 

*|5mOT > I q^ QS9; gagfll9— 2 * Mistake. 

G€TQQ— *• 9. ( Gff-«5W » + % *%=^>9i + 
* Pheraba 9<§: a. ) — 9^21; 991$ ©S^Q— Jackal. 

W. ( Gffq+« )— e I 90$ a$y SW- 

1. Cunning; fraudulent; deceitful* 

2. Malignant; malicious; injurious. 
G9. W — V I fl©ilQ§— 1- Returned. 

9 | gSflS© — 2. Given back. 

sersg,— gq. 9. ( *. soiiQQj cga© ) — 

Pberafita «. I . goWOj gQilSQOj G$Q3 3§9I — 
fa%& 1. Returning; coming back. 

ftfcST > I gwdkl— 2. Giving back. 

Qgl — g^S©— GriveDyback. 
ftfW GQG9. 9- (*». a^QS^i— 9IQ91— List. 

f*»^R^ . ' ^ . 

Pherasta kariba GW39I Wlfl% -«aq G991 — 
(»©§ €991— WH^a) 1. To give back or return 
fife <^e3l a thin g takeD - 

ffor ^rr 5 l (a. 39Q§ N ) oi«« 9Q9I— 

firtfl ^rt filte r ^W 2. To make a list. 

eff^g g©i9»— gqg9. w. C 9©q« ) ( fft- £8Q& X 

Pberasta mutabak £310199 ) — OIQ.QI 2IQ9iGQ— 
1%f^ flt te i W As per list; according to the 

fe^tf?^ » Ust - 

(GTO& I 9 I, GffQ§ 9qe,Cff9ft- 9^9, GffQg 9G3I©, . 
GO-QS ^GHI©, GEJQJ 9R,TO, GOQ3 ' 1 I— *31%a) 

^erq— gq. 9. ( a. aoiIqq g* Gao<a ) — 

Phera l I croaSQlj SW*S©i 99QW - " 
ft^Jl, (TKl 1. Coming back. 


06919$, C$flQ§. ^CtlQt I 
^ I gQi&l — 2. Giving back.. > 

3. Walkj going to and fro. 

v 1 (e. £riQ=9giQ— ©aiGciaocj)— op, t^« 4 

9K£ aQ flia 9Q91 S>aG$ 919^0 O^G«4 

aiQ— 4. A square vessel for measuring 

lime, fland, mortar etc. 

5, A coil of a rope or string. 

Encircled by 5 entwined by. 

01© «<a flg eo-g i oca^sj. cg^a^. ^oloi \ 

€9Q(6Q)Q €0ft9l— W. *— <• » <*<§ «?|SL^^» »**^L 

Phera(re)i aniba G<3© a99l — 1. To bring back 

"fifej^ffl atfiinggiven. 

tojOTTT ^IG9f«9 gi«>% «lft 9IQ?19I9^% 

63 filfl^L G^Q^IQ aa9l-— 2- ^o cause a 

person to come back* 

GffQQ 6©0I— GQ*^ — ^ I GQQ39I 091^% •laa G59I- 
Pherai neba !• To take back a thing given. 

ftfti) *rari 5 I aiQ^9i 9m^% 91991Q GWI— 

fe^I ^F 2c To cause a person to go back. 

eerQ(GQ)QQi— w^ • - (*• fl^^i es€j«)— 

Phera(re)ib5 (GffQQI £q*Q S»$ %q — 

(^^j The causative form of 'Pheriba*_). 

1. To cause to return. 

( siai — q[ ggpiq^oi^GsrqQa * ) 

^ I (ff. aQ9^>) QQ9^ Q 9Q9!> 990IQ9I— 
2, To change. 

(aai— gs ^Q«ia mh qs ©ior to GaqQ gqq i) 

* 1 (s. 9©mM) s^e« ©Q9li getqs G9915 «aa 
qq9I 3 a To give back; to return a thing. 

(aai— G9 Gfli G9^Q Ger^QGfii-i > 

* I 99Q1 9QQ QWIi 9©^ ©Q9I^- 

4. To barter; to exchange. 

(ao— sp^ GffqQ ^G® ait*** w J ) 
* 1 Gogs* qaff «wi3 S!«ft«; Q99P* *® 

gq Q QI 5, To cause to walk; to cause to 

move 

(GETqft G99I— Mnqp) 


c#i$# 


( +9#* )) 


smofrft 


£ I <£§Q «qQQ|. Qqqvt-^6, To cat*©* 1b 
rotate or revolve; to turn round. 
9 I <fo$IQS>l— 7. To upset. 
(saeii— »9 a<<wq? <$gp srqos^gw $G$ i) 

■" I ^ag© ^9^ QQ QqQQt^-8. To cause to 
move in an opposite direction. 

(aai— m sen 3$ «^ GcrqQGfi* ) 

9. To oause to pass (stools), 

(gai— qt §^ sy^i ssrq% sa§) 

«BQ$(©)— GQTO.. 9. («8. £f^l^)— -<. I GQi$§ Qi^, 
Pherada(di) §cqa£Q (^.flOg: Q«gp 9Q*CQ Ql 

G3Q28Q f * 1. Complaint; filing of a charge 
3#srft <4ift«m of an offence against a person. 

*fiwlff > I (eri. £Kagra\ qsiem fi»i^ fl^WMT 

<hfl*H<fl - 9KS1— 2, Complainant or plaintiff. 

1. Complaining. 

> I aOGSISfiNSg — 2 - Bringing a charge of 

an offence against a person - 

*T6aQ wqcfct flftoaia miSiq aw— : ' 

3, (the matter) Complained of. 

«w(©) o^qi^-w. 8— ( qer; qs»g$s 9\ e€&iq? 

PherSda(di) kariba TOSGQ ) $919 QOTli GIQ9 

( GEr^Q CWI— «©i%9 ) TO91— To c©aq>fefr 

^fwl? ^3Fl <ffH*IK *<*W against a person. 

€€fQ GffQ— GQ. S— t I QQQI QQQj «QQ QQQ-^- 

Phera pheri fatffait §&&& 1. Change; barter, 

<* I GQQit GfilQf — 2. Giving back. 

3. Repeated coming back. 

"* I QS>§Q8 $QQQ -4. Walking to and fro. 

* I g.^8 qfl« GST^QQI Q$— 

5. Repeated returning of a thing. 

«TQQ— TOTO. 9. (<*©««) [eri. ffqft]- aoiqo. q® 

Pherar £$© ^Qp| — Fleeing away; absconding; 
G*r*l* pfvCPT. raining away. 

w— Q©Qa (eri. Sq^)— < I as>%>— 

C^lft fa<lO 1. Run away, 

) I 9Q!©Q— 2. Fugitive; absconding. 

* I G9§ QQO aasil ©3 fl9 TOaWIQ QQaiO— 
3. Absconding 'tenant), 

GffQQ G@QI— GQ. S ($0QSfl) — aoiQQi— To ran away; 
PbefSr heba <TOta$69l facftjgm to abscond 


PfeerS rfrijptBgtf «Md|)— < I eqOMr 30*€Q 

g^*Mft Qfla^otf»iQ-adiQdn^ff 9139391 

AtilOwiUIJft- aoqg Q^**-l. An absconding 
Atedled; an accused who tries t©>concea3 
* hiffirself from the hands *>f justice 

as-* Q^flfa^ ©go ccm' attfl " 'tifeCflW? flSrfff If 
> I <$$€&£ «M! G©iQ% €ff ft QQ @0 ^ 
^4—2, A tenant who has abandaned his 

holding. 

Gcrg§ -wto. w. ©©qsi (eti)— Gerqg (g^I)— 

Plie rari Pherar (See) 

Pfterfirf jaitfi . aaio© qqoq ©9— 
G^qQG©IQ| _ The holding of an abs. 

W^RW '"» ^^ conding tenant; an 'aoan- 
<&&$[ "^R ftprj^ Hrftsr doned hold^ig 1 . 

• G€TQ— GQ; «-^€Wa-- (G^)-^-Pher (See) 

Pheri ; ^q. ^ (Q )— GETQ <ll* (GQ«l)— 
CVtl Pheri ghSta (See) 

'fetf (t)— CETQf lq (W«l)— Pheriwala (See) 
TO. «"— 3fi|Q ^ (TOO)— Phirai 1 (See) 

Gff€} aaQi— sQ. S— GsrqQ n$&i (eofli) 

Pheri Sniba Pherai aniba (See) 

Gff€) a3©l— ffSJ. §— GQQ? 21991— To come back. 

Pheri Stubs fe^ «rW qfN^TRr 
GffQ 9€}QI— TO. 5 — OQ QQ ^ft g^<?| ^©Q|r— 

Pheri kariba To hawk commodities. 

€GPQ qi*— to. 9. (q°. eersi+9. <3|)-QcriGQ ft^aiQ 

. Pheri ghata G99IQ <*t — Perry. 

eerQ q©Qi-G9- ^— qj^Q TOa^i3-aaa9% ^gffi- 

Pheri ohahin^a To look back*. ■ 

G£P« SQ>9l— 69. ^ — C£rqQ G99I; TOM| '9gqt 9199 
Pheri dsba GQQI-^To give back a thing. 

fel CW1I1 fecR^TT (^a^Q G9QI — Wiq.9) 
Pheri neba To get back a thing. 


8HQ9I ' 


V **f* ) 


€€TQ QIQ©f— G9,. «— 9g,l$&© 9jK)L«KWIIQ 9§Gft 
JPfeert^pfciha q_ft8 Qig G99r^-To'get back a thing. 

G€TQ G8fi-— G9. S. 9*— 1« qS«5 G^^t G«*Qt— 
Theri pheri Again aad again* •baek wards again 

1*Sa f%a > . * and again. 

fts^ f^fC -, cv§ $iQp§ ^ 3191 go-q so-q 

CffQ^— 69. •$. (a. SOT9Q&) — £ l,'flQil9QG> 999l 5 
Pheriba gQMicia© QQ9I$ Gf%Qf?l; 9I$$9I — 
fiNVCTOl fWWI 1. To return, 

9 1 GQQf «lfl9l — 2. To come back. 
m I €QQf 991—3. To go back. 

v i 3©g,s>8 $€491$ s99ii ^Q9i — 

4 "To walk; to rove; to roam; to travel. 

qsOjGQ asl C9 aa ^© «Q 

v ,* I 9Q9§Q €991; 9909! — 5. To change. 
^ f sqa C$6? 6$i qe 5 gso < 9# 

wo© s«ia ecil I $s£V, ssiqo© as i 
SI 9TO C9IQ G9fel3 gltfC fl©Ml9®fc QQ9I— 

6. To return from a place unsuccessful. 
9 I 99*319 9Ciq €1Q 9Q9I— 

7. To move in an opposite direction. 

r 1 fe9»0 Qfl^ Wl; ©il« 9Q9I— 

8. To emit; to pass (etopls)* . 

9. (order; good name) To fie published widely. 
€€?€} GQIS— G9G9. 9. (Q )— Ql% QCrJ— 

Pheri bot *C$sH3tfe ^gte Ferryboat. 
6€T€J 9l(9l)fl— €9G9. 9. (8«ffl— ©3 9Q <39 $Q SQ9I 

Pheri wa(ba)la ^G9 — A- hawker; a pedlar. 

60*^— «. 9— GHTQ^ (G90) 
Pheri*. * Pheipikla ^gee) 

Pkere -Again; moreover; besides; also. 

Pheroja Beryll (gem). 

GffC<S»— Ww. § (q°. co^aq;— Q»q© gs^ 9iq- 

Pberori ^E3t?$ <W4<l<f February. 

€€rQ(ai§)— 3 — U*TO gQ9! — 

Phel (root) 1. To abandon; to give up. 
■ > i 9G3Q 9Q9I — 2. To throw out. 
* I Q^9 Q€*9I — 3. To emit; to give forth; to 
:* ejaculate. 


v | CWQ 9Q9I— 4 To go forth, 

tfeffi^— €9€9. 9, (Q°)— < I Q<gaiGQ Q^|£ Q G991— 
Phel 1. Failing to secure pa&s marks in an 

C$v[ examination. 

^J5T ? i 919qi$JGQ G99ISlSfl G99I^ * 

2. Becoming insolvent. 
« I S© GSHSL 9H9«I^ 9Q> G99i — 

3. Closing of a business 1 , 
v I S1^©9ISS G99! — 4. Being unsuccessful, 

W^l — * I 9<33IGQ*l4P§fI$— ^. Unable to secure 

pass mar'ks in an examination. 

J I G99ISl8li G9IQ391 — 2. Insolvent; failed in 

a business. 

* I aQ99l£«i — 3. Unsuccessful in an 

endeavour. 

"* I 9i9$l£JGQ 9©9^— 4. Losing in a business. 

GffQ 9Q9I— OT. §. — * I 9QS9ISQ Sp%99 O^q G9Q 
Phel kariba a^99id«i 9QQ9I^-1- Not to award 
C^v\ ^?r|; C^f -f^H pass marks to an examinee. 

fer«E^it y i 9i93i£|CQ s©gg, c fc 0qQ9l— 2. To 
(Ger«QqQ9i — TOi%a) cause a person to fail in 

a business. 

G£TQfl!€J9|— W. 9.~* I ^©^S ^9tQ 9*1931^ 9Q 
Phel mariba 9Q9i — 1. To close a business 

C^l Iffl' fer AK5IT o^ing to loss. 

-> I G99IS12I G991— 

2. To become insolvent. 

* I aQlfi^Qqr 9^ G99I^^fi G9IQ QG^l€9G99l— 
3. To be adjudged insolvent by a court. 

6TO GQQI — G9. « . — e I aqj^tGQ Qia G 9&9I — 
Phel heba 1. To get placked at an examination. 

C^T ^SV\ 7 I 9W!£|G9 «©9S 6591 — 
tter ^n 2. To lose in a business. 

* I 9^9gl^GQ G99I&3S G99I— 

3. To become insolvent. 

GGTG* (O)— ff. 9. (GTO. ai^+9^ a)-^ I a^QsQ 99i-. 
PhelaQa) * 1. Abandoned thing; leavings. 

G&0, GET^Qt 

of a meal; orts 

• 

e^QQ — G9. 9. («r. gS-»J— V I 9^9; 9§IQ— 
Phelara 1. Expansion; extension; spreading. 
j \ <Jg|Q — 2. Breadth; width. 

W.— 93© -'-Expansive. 


> awi^a 


siQsai — 2. Lea-vings 


%*t^ 


g&fiffl 


( *•>£' ) 


Cerl^ etI^ 


€€W — 69. 9«.— (tf . ffKF-^SIS)— * I 9|9 
Phelasa ($QQiq9) — V Extensive; widfi 

(GtfGQg— SiOiq.Q) (ornaments). 

y I ay<?QQ 9$Q — 2. Wider. , 

* I «$9I; &IQM— 3. Broad. 

? v I 9§«3Glt£ — 4. Having a wide belly. * 

* I 9491; £^»; §£,— 5 - Slack ; loose . 

( sail— <i q9t «q i«o eroa G96sa gai aao 

qL9«9"i) 
«ercq— 6969. 9. ( q^getgsi )— 

Phelo 9495*1103 TOq 9q,Q3§l9 q9*h— 

CWTl Fellow of an university, 

£ff<at— 69. 9- C* 9s ai^) — 6a<ai -> 6 ■• ( G9<s ) 
Phesha PeshS 2 & 3 ( See ) 

9«l— €9*31 ? ( €9<3 )— Pesha 2' ( See ) 
€€T€H (G^)QQI — €^- $— 63SIQ9I ( 69<S ) 

' Phesha(she)ib5 Peehaiba ( See ) * 

€€P9©I-*€Q. §— G9§9i ?, > 6 • (■ GQ<3 ) 

Pheshiba Peshiba 1, 2 & 3 ( See > 

CTfi^ I 09 GS9Q 9I§3 GO'S— OQ I 

Phes krim q$qi Gicf 9h9$9 -OQ goiQ GR9 — 

C^fla^f ^pg 1 ^fcr Face cream. 
"•» - 

OT9 v 0IQ9Q— 6?W. 9. (Q°)"^9$, 96W?9 QQ.QSQ 
Phes paudar 9Q9faicf 9«t9§© G$9G$|<a — 

C^^ft^StS *fe*T MH£< Face powder. 

€erg»— G9G9. 9. ( Q°. fflOff ) — - 

Pbesan v | qQ«| gqigjogqjQQ a<§©~ 
C*FR 1 Approved fashion. 

"TOFT J I GflWlO GQ€H§fcl — 

2. Fashionable dress. 

9*1 — GOT© 9iq TO6SI9©— Approved by 

fashion; fashionable. 

£9 ff fllCfi> QQ, fe?jg9 G©C9<3 I QUIOla. <q&<?IQ I 

£~9$ — 3169. ( €19©I© ) 9- 69I9Q 9»l — 

Phairi Anklet. 

€^{Q©W)— G9C9. 9. ( 2fi : CffQ— QIG, QI&i )— 

Pbaii (etc) er<iq QQ«d9 ( wa ) 

3 s ^*T %J5T Faei etc ( See ) 

£€fefi\(Q) (W9)— 6969, 9 6 94— 

Pbaisal(la) (etc) etq«(q) q© h IQ ( 693 ) 

Phaisala(la) etc ( See ) 
OTI^I-giG9. (9§Q) 93— aQ^h-^ 

Phok-ha Useless. 


♦Phokat ** * S 6^10%* f KWII; 9QI -*ffiti@Q §©91 
f?ft*tePrt3 *■ ^9g) — 1. Got gratis; gratuitous. 
.#- <KfeES .9 I GIQ43Q 90? $Q (9#)r-2.. Done gratis. 
G9. $• M— *©l^flGJ1fQ— Gratis. 

Pbokat pat^iba . To rf be done of got gratis. 
Phokaa nQQQ GQSilfllW <9^ 6991 *9Q — !• Focus;' 

c^fM j i eresi 3^6Q ^oqi ^^Q «|i% 6«K3 s 

$ty — 1- Focussing of the lens of 
a camera in photography. 
Sffl^— 6^69. 9. ( Q°. effHf)— ^€1— Fort. 

Phot gi69. (a«ifl) 9-crwgiet— PHoto. , 
^ effiGii— C56Q.9- (Q , .cq , ie%D— OT^gisti ««By?pK— 

Photo ^1 <Kt£t „ Photo. 

G«fl$9!— 6^ 9. ( S. : jj**S )— 

Photaka ^ 1*96*1 Wi 3^919 99© ©»8^ §^1— 
<3W Ww, ' ^^ I cH I 1. Blister. 

cffifc^i e^aa Gt^ 9^q cqs- ?ao «?iq i 

^?®ft 5 I £fo ^9 9 — 2. Water bubble 

•W^t * I (*. |t Ml%) ff^OI> QIQEI9 g^lGQ 2«9^ 
*KER*T, I^T *9l^p a| Sis?^l5] 9t^J— 3 . Crackers. 

y i (e§9i9) <q 3^?iq eat aa— 

W^fer r 4. Na^ae of a small plant. 

[2— <§ €l® SI<TO S»9 I <9IQ 91©q[S>ft6Q 
^9IQ fl9Q 96^ €ff ai< I <9IQ qflsa- 9§^ g6R8 
99sTh §tfl ^aQj <9I 9^9 i.(Q9iM 9^5 fl) l] 

€€rig>— 69. 9. rt. ^ ai§) — 9®i ^5 q§— 

FbogLa C^ftsT, C^t^ ? Hole; w k)r6; aperture. 

ai<3©[^ GET! 9 ^G9ia ? ja[<3 i] *. 

ftri@5fl— 09. 9.— (S Gti^n)— CETI^iWi 694191— 
Phordani A drilling or boring instrument; an 

^B,; f^t ^Kt, ^TT awl. 

tffi® eri®— «9. 9.— a«9 $iq €91991 6 £ri§)9i— 

Phol^a pharda Drilling and cutting with 
'C$d CTffl ^ 'Srar ins«tuments. 


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Phqg^F , 60191 )— 3^ 9&—1* Boil. 

^f?1 <KfeT G9 V 9. (*. €$ISQ)Vj>,9Q9l— * 
f%1 £$HI 2. Boring; drilling; making holes. 

93.— 9$ 69IQ^91 — Bored; drilled through^ 
G€F)9l(e@)QQI^GQ_-S . (*. €**&* gl. CETl^G)— 

rf^fa The causative form of Pbordiba) 

To cause to ba drilled or bored. 

6ffl9i(G?)Q 6$QI— 69. 5 — acw 9-i^lq nm acr 

Phorda(rde)i heba (£I2II--G>|Q)%9§ 9QQ91— 

zAtfft To cause one's body to be bored by 

Ij^FlT another. 

eeri@i eei©— S9. $ — a6S9 rai^i -s^i — 

Phoida pbor^i Piercing or drilling of many* 
f^Tt ftft iRT ^ things 

Ge?!©— 69. 9«. 1°. (Wi W S6Gr 9<19$©) — 
Phq|^» e i CETI9 qo — 1. Having bores # 

(effl^a^afl*^) > I 60191 3IQS19I— 2. Bored. 

(6*191— *1) .<*fl ^P (mi— qis Gffi^ qqq) 

-$ffl96H — 69. $ — (*• €««C>i -fll. CfflQ©)— 

Phoicliba *. ! g<§ QQ9i — 1. To bore; to drill; to 
J$f&\ ^hlgvUi ^rr prick; to perforate. 

(giu^.»ffl~a9iq,a) ? 1 609 9Q9I; sr%IQ9i— 

2. To pierce through. 

Qfc—qpa 9g <jiq gsn§>91 Qq Qqai<j 1] 

9§9l-^3. TcMwhisper against a person in- 
to anothers* ear. 
- QQt\® G90HC9. $(€819919 9#9IQ«i»%a)-<. I 9$ €991— 
Phdj&i heba 1. To be pierced or bored through 

(Gsri^-e^icQQr^^Qiqp) 9 1 gQGsaa a& 3^11 

fO>^t*fl ft -ag^J|i=€WI — 2. To feel a pricking 
^ i|far « . , . _ . . 4 sensation* 

yam— "€9€Q* 9* (ETI) — 2J§69i<8— . 
Phota CTlSSl *Kterr Testicle. 

■/€fflQ9— €9. 9is- gSg^— v i ciq, qi<$«i& SH9I «^?q.a 

Phopaiga ©GaaOQQOqa^flQjBq^M ^©1QQI% 

^t^ft ^< — 1. A stick or long piece of wood 

"fRRSt thrown as a weapon of offenoe or to 

.bring down fruits from high frees. 


* 


s a** «fiCQ aa sis cala^ *IQ« &§ ? 

%^«TT 2, Aot of throwing, 

* I ©I9Q i« e«ft — 3. A kind of game played. 

by throwing or striking "wooden pins 
** with sticks 

Q€l— £81091 (G9«)— Phopar^a (See) 
Gffia@l— Gfc. ^..(^J. ssg)— A I ©Sg— 
Phopar^S 1. Thrown. 

CT5H; <^R ^ I WI99 a| (9ai)— • 

5fc[% 2,-Disrespectfttl (words), 

.•IQ9I 91 ©I^Q. (910i)— ' 
3. Hard or cruel (words), 
69. 9— GETiaO (69«)— Phoparga (See) 
Gffia®l.(e9)Q9l— 69.^— (OTiai99l ^|Q ^©9^9— 
Phopar^a(rde)iba f The causative form of 

^P^rt^ Phopargiba"). 

^fMFfT t I S»Sg9gQ9l— 1. To cause to be 

thrown, 

> I ®e« 09IQ9I— 2. To throw down; to bring 

down to the ground. 
• • I GETiai?>9li £rcf9b TO30 QQ9I— 3. To throw. 

eeriQ©! 9ffi— w. 9. (ow, ^9oq)— 9$ 9g 3c?9i 

PhopardS phiAga Q$— Throwing away of many 

things* 

G9. 9^1— «©I9Q aj (9W1) — Disrespectful 

•* (words). 

( ggi — o| G8109I SCH Q2i! 601 G99SQ Q9 
9l| t ) 

ea'ia©! e^ia?— 69. 9— 1 1 9cm5cT; QQgQs ^§9'i — 

Phoparda phopar^i 1. Scattering about. 

era^i tra?) i ?iq aa ^ j aQIQ ^L (6$9iai9) 5cp9f- 

0*991 £ ^? 1 / ' 2- Throwing (of stones) 

- 5pt^51 ^faf® ^W %*^ at eaca other 

9^1 — ^ I Q©g,©8 9S9—I. Scattered about, 

> I 8010% (6WM09) &CT519I— 

2. Throwing (stones) at each other. 

OTiaq— 69. 9. (e. €0IQ> qflG-apsctf m^ m\®)— 
Phopara 1 j Q^gi9i «fflfi-^l. D-cayed. 
(Gcri^q- «OH%a) -> 1 «©Q; goimi— 

C*t»Rfc C*I*firl, CTfill 2. Worn out; moth-eaten. 

^isiTi 4teni '^w:? 'R* * 1 9§ gg qg— 

3. Having holes; spongy.'^ 


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ap 


v t QffW$ 9$H; CGTIC3— 4.- Hollows empty. 

* I 2igiQ^-6. Unsubstantial, 

G€fl€y$Ql— G9. $. (s. g+3a al§_)— 

. Phopagliba <. i q§q £#9I> ©G99 QQ9J— 

CWl, ¥fa5l I, Tq throw away. 

^Sb8II -> I M^0Q(Q91— 2. To fell; to throw 

- t down. 

€€N0f§) .9Q $31 Q§QI—G§. S— t I 2M9Q 91 *W* 

Phopar^i kari kathS kahibS s^q ^^| Qg^i — 

(€01991 Q0| Q§Q| — fKNgp) 1. T« talk or apeak 

with disrespect or disregard. 

2. To speak cruel words. 

• I QQ! Q'ai Q§9I —2. To speak harshly. 

Gffi eh— co. 9<n- e. i wiQQa$ (9eii)— 

Pho phS I. Disrespectful (words). 

-> I 2l9!£li9|0§ (Q3f) — 2. Insubordinate 

' (words). 

1. Disrespectfully. 
-> I WiaiCI SWiGQ — 2. Insubordinately. 

6fflGM — C9G9. 9. (Q f . GETICM ; GSflGSIG«G> )— 
Phoment gejq ©qgq G99 — Fomentation. 

G€PI®«0 — G?69- 9* (Q°)-QI€i<aiOI€Q 9lQCIQai©Qr 
Phorman siSQ e$[9a| ff qqqj ©^qj_ 

[GENG£hl(G9)ff — BIQi^qJ Foreman in a workshop. 

eeiq — gic9. (£930) 94.— (§©, «§ aaGQ 9. Gtriq) 

Pbora CTStU G9IQ— Hollow. 

GGficf— C§». 9. (q°) (oifl)— 1 1 aMio? aicT ea 

Phord 9IQ9G* GG$ 3GQ— 1. Name of a Bible- 
(GETIQ^— «lQ«jqq) writer who wrote Bible for 

blind people; ford. 

[<§— ©G» V $€ 9SJ3GQ «» G9JQ 991% 

Braith system (399 9IQ* gqs* S1Q)€Q •<! 

QG1GQ 9IQQ3 GS$ ?}QR I « Q°q^|, §§ <£ 

«8QSi <§ Q© qgiGQ 9IQ9Q GS*3 ^G^ I ] *" 

-M 8GSQ9IQ W64<| SSQ 9i9gU$ 6 bSl 9^— 

2. Henry Ford of America; the famous rich 

man and maker of Ford cars 

eeria — G9GQ- m. (q )— Q§a— 

Phorth cvt«r $TOX Fourth. 


Phorth Jfar ktas qq$\ — The fourth year class 

cpftf t^ftr ^t?r ^tK«H!4i< ftarrer of a college^ 

€€TI«6— 69G9. 9. (Q°)— V I <r9€T9 9IQTO »a— 
Pholio 1. Folio; half of a sheet of paper, 

frdfgrf% 2. Pholio pepar (See) 

6EflS$ GQ3Q— G9G9. 9- (Q°)— 9QSjg, 2119 6MIG99I 
Pholio pepar qiq* qQQlQ^T fiq 9^ ©QaiQ^9! 
(GCriRd 9l€i© — eiQ^a) 6fll% 6 gi^l 9IG19— 
C^Tf^e ^t«W ^rfewl ^TFRT Folio paper. 

edig-~G9. Sl — t I g|QQ o 5 W— 1. Hissing sound, 
Phos 9 1 gia cq.% flIWI G9»Q Gfcfo— 
C#11 2. Hissing sound of a serpent while 

R(4I4>K; PfCTJ^P; biting. 

Geff© (ft«-»IQ)~ G9GQ. 9— er$S? Q9i(9 (GQfll) 
Ph^ja (etc) Phauja eto (See) 

G€FF©(%>— W€9. , 9. (a. 6fff© — SJOO — <%2k— 
Phajat(tn) Death. 

C$5 <^?T 9^t — qo— Dead. 


gqTqg— g?gq. «. ■(«)— SK%i ooflwio— 

Phauran C^R <^W «" Immediately; at once; 

eFQ v -G§G9. 9- (Q°)— ^KlGQW Qldq — 
Phrak 1. Frock for female wear. 

(gttf— as*%a) ^ 1 3qqr 9^9 sft 6 Sq ^%oi- 

3p^, Wfa 'K<nK5 JER7. 2. Frock for children, 

3/Q— OT. 9— 'EfqQ (G<?®) 
J phr5i PhirSi (See) , ^ 

ffl©-G9GQ. 9- (C°)— 93G9© Pl'ttoelift fl^Q giQ 6 
Phrank G9Q©^ GOS QQ^b GOTa 6 ! qQI — T 

sy* <§^ France silvef coin. 

fflO— G9G9- 9. (ft°)— QQG^QQ Ql^Qd9Mr3o G9€t- 
PhraES ^H sri^ 9qm. 6rq4^'G9« — France. 

g —G9G9. 931. (Q»)— V i f §j Sl^ aiQ^9l— 
Phri 1. Free, 

ft, 5 I fll€WH— S. Gratuitous, "* 

^ « I G9^ piaQ^i Si SlGQ 9Q9I g© 9aiaiQ 

^10—2. (a student) Who is allowed to 
study without paying tuition fees. 
v I GS§ «Q 9! SH^QWIGQ a§Q^ 9^q«l1fijr 
991 SQSjjGQ G39I Qqgi< — 4. Free (school 

or dispensary) 


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Phri charchch 9G9$ — -A- aecfc °f Christians hol- 
fip 5t*& ding free opinions about worship 

fi^^Ipsr m * in churches. 

gs®;— g3gq. 9, ( q° >~«tfteq*CQ oiwiq sew- 

Phritred «S$%lGQ QqSQl 9I3OT — Free trade^ 
1% tfe^ free interchange of commodities with- 

foa^f out protective duties. 

tfwi— e§». 9- ( ft" > — gialQ©i — 

Pliridam f^5^ fog* Freedom. 

q ai€j—e$w. 9. (Q Q ) — *»« » coo gg^i$ a9GQ 

Phri pas ©2 Q&9I 5>SG$ Q«IQ^I $9 90 — 

t% *IM ft TO! Free P aas - 

$ 5j|Q_G9CO. 9- ( Q° )— «9Q QTOflKW^ sag 

' Phri pres q^SlQ qfljQ QlQGaiGCI GaiQIQ9i GQIftlS! — 

ft^efc ft^ Free Press. 

[ 3— <1@ GSlftlSI 9$9©IGQ fll§0 G9IQ«§ I 

SJjQP WQ ©IQG31GG1 MIQ 9<3 I ] 
g? qig«»_ Q$GQ. 9. ( ft° )— 2 91 Wl GITO 3QSQ- 
J Phri"m5san 39l£[9 qq<*qg qg SQQ q«h— 

ft <?PR ftS*W (? W-W^a) Freemason. 
€? AIQ3Q— G9GQ. 9. ( ft*, g fllqwl ) — a3s>$>G«<3GQ 
J Phri mfisanari QQSQ q<?|^Q SQiSHQS^IQ CIO© 

ft, spfhH qqwiidl a <3iqg WQGas— 

f% lUiMfl Freemasonry. 

'[ g— < S<3Q $G9€IH q^GQ a£§>9G«SGQ 

ff ea— GQGQ. 9. (q°- gi %g©<* silaj— 

h Phri sip a$Q 9«l G99«>GQ 4 QG$ a© 9IQ B9gl — 
ftp fa 9 ! fe ftflf Frees tudentahip. 


ff q£-G9G9. 9. (q°)-gs^ WiloqjQ spap1«<£ 

Phriskul 901 Qs^fllGQ 99ilSfll Q2KIKI— Free 
ft **T fe^Ef - school. 

g €J^©«fc— G9G9. 9. fe°)— 9JJKQOTI "CWN 9©' 
*"" Phri student $91 ap — Free student, 
ft, ijs% fe ^V 

ff a" 6M aa— g?gq. 9. (q°)— 3 ^ ( G9« ) 

Phri student sip Phri sip ( See ) 

§ »lft v gftfif— G9W- 9. (ft )— S^Q Wl TOH , i» 
PhrihSnd draing CQQQ g|Q 9IQQQ Ga^j €»9 
ft 5te S^ a^ff pggi-q— Free hand drawing, 

ega— gqgq- q. (ft°)— gisj gqqI^; aqsl— 

"Phre^ch c^^ ^9" French. 

€§« e^€J;-*G9G9. 9. (ft°)— <33WI G9IQ f[9l 99^ 
Phrench palis OQO9^0 VQ9I ^>^GQ 9§ Q3GQ 

(ega ai^a— «iffM%a) g^iqiQqi qsiq 39; pi§^— 

C5p^ *rt^W ^C MlfglH French polish^oopal \arnish. 

^fffl — G9G*5- ^. (ft°)— 2^Q ^Q QfSGQ 9<&l G9t0?(9l 
Phrem O^QIO^ CT$ — The frame of a picture, 

f€Jdl #l*q— G9GQ. Q- (ft°)— SHOT aiSlGQ 9«lftQI 
" Phlarirda watar aift* 9^^5S <19 39IQ 4pl9o- 
jpfWl ^^^ ©» — Florida water. 

siq g*Q ©^— GQ. 9. (aria g^ +6921. o^)— 

Phlfti satai tant a <19 gQlQ Q«^ — Fly shuttle 
Tff^ T|^?[ ^f^ gjnr. ^35T ^IH loom,. 

QIGQ ! ] 

916GG* — G9GQ- «■ ( Q°. SGW )— 3351 S>?Q 9^— 

Phlanel fftwr 5?lw Flannel. 

H^— G9G9. ©, (a Q ) — 9«1; qQfiil - 
rt *~Phlut W* Sfc Flute 


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)~9S&9 QgQ $G^I9°a 9§—Tbe 23rd consonant 
■° a corresponding to *B\ 

[ g — <39IQ 6£©IQ<a QIO 6<| I 9G1 V — <K?i 
a 9<fo* «»q 9$ I S««CQ < 9<Si V 6 Q 2I8QQ 

aco^l ( «fi© 9^9 9^ q^ 9 g } aQ ^ 

QQGQGO <}Qfe4 srqg QQ 39 G99I$ L $<1<§ 
aotfi V ^©|Q<fl 0<3C9G© QQQ 9|$Q 9|fl}<£ 

V TOiGQ as 1 aai— 94, a©, a^ q©,iq i 

«^ V OGQ V £TSI GQQS* 0191 Off* Vo 
„ Q»IG}«a aiQtf OG9 I Q°q©G€J o^i Vq Q9f9<a 
'B* 6W* VqQOIOCI <v¥' 5 ©g <$§>?» $«a|9 
^WW 0<fa 6 aocs '9* asQ ^ g9i 
S$WSI9<? Q©I€J^1€Q 9G99 QSI G9Q Qg9l€[5Q^ 
'9' 99% 6 G9§ '9' a9CiM fi|9i §q qqQq, ^ 
§« I <3qaiQ ^Qf V 519%$ ^91 OS19 (^o; £ 
0&9 ( GO€Jl^ ) W fl|£ «$ V SfSQoeo q^SJQ I 
«8 SISIG9ISGQ «§ ^Q V S*iGQ gGW 
SQIQ9I 0|Q 9Q«< V^V 6 QfoflCQ »9^! V% 

't'qea ooo QqaiQEig 1 aseiiV ©gq 1 ' a** 
2V< 1 §$1 <5 oral g<aiCQ <ig oq V «goo 

Q'OIQglGQ QI0QH GC|«I3 4 I ] 

ff. 9. ( 91 &l$=9a 9Q9I+9& SI ) 

t I 9^,4—1. The ocean-God 

> I 9«j ggg— 2. Ocean; the Sea 
I QQQ ^ fllO«l—3. Earthen jar. 
I ( + 9Qfl. 3) flatfqfq -4. Perseverance. 

* I ( TO • a|^—«Q 9Q9I+9& a )— eo— * 
o. Water 

£ I < 91 ai^=.eiQ 9Q9I+S$. 3 )— 910— 

6. Air; wind. 

9 I GS © — 7. Vulva; female organ, ■■—,-... 

r I ( +Q9. a ) 9aa 5 go— 8. Going; motion. 

t I ( O^ai^+qp. a ) 9$»— 
9. Tying; binding. 

<* I (90 Jhl-Qfcl+tf.Q ) 9»- 939^, 

o?fe Ga§ aiea «, gqq *i<jj| 3©, «»«— 




10 # The series of hanging strings attached 
to frames, through which the warp 
threads remain suspended in alternative 
positions to 'enable the spindle to pass 
through the space made by the threads 
passing up and down alternately. 
<A I 93«i §GQQ; Oldl ciar— 

11. Simple stitch in sewing. 

G9. 9. ( 8IQ9Q9B q<31 .)— QIC Q©|Q ^OQ— 

The root of betel creeper. 
G9G9. a. ( 0\ ) ( I 9-1 qiGOrOQ^ ^09 €IQQ 
giGQQQ )— « I ^©199; agqiGQ— l.Aeper. 
( 9ai — 9IS19I I 9 I*9IQ9I QMI6Q I ) 
5 I ( 9QM 399 ^GqrQ9) V Gfil^©t^9^9l 

9^ qiq ««y 2i§ago 9^ 8 ,q g| QQ ^ g9 , 

QI^Q 0^0 — 2. Corresponding to Sd/ or 
Signed by so and so for so and S03 

by the pen of. 

( aai— wiaiaoQ s9g© 1 9 1 q$ qq^q^q 
§9q®, aai© v GCiiaiaoQ^ a9q©s? ©flcfi) 01? a«* 
o§g««iq g^q© ii^q 9^ 1 ) 

[3— <39l Ul ('«ao ) ©Q^iq w 3©© 

?<> 3 " 

9iflG9— 3 - Versus. 
( 53211 — 9IQ qflgi^ I 9 I SQ9ISI aiflgi§ I ) 

3?)-<%) Q% <!OlG9 ggaG9€ig qq— 

Do sit. 

Q«— G9. 9. ( V. 9 )~9%9 ^p9%> m©BI% 69$ 
Ba-a ^M^| 01Q flihiGQ %\$] ^ GQIf G€II? G9IQ 
^ CIO s»qai<] — The comb or knots through 

(93 Olf — a©tfja) which the warp threads pass 

and hang down. 
GWQ— @IG9. ( «t?lQq.Q ) 9 (7. 99Q>— 9QG9IQ — 

Ba-afira The jujube berry. 

©«L9IQ— G9- 9—63$ 9l6 9Q <a«JG9 93Q 391 9^ 

Ba-akathi ai<j — ^The two sticks enclosing the 

hanging warp-strings. 

G>a 9JI— €9. 9-©a$ 9*1% 9Q§ qq 9a ^g 

Ba-a pata jaiQaw— A plank from € which the 

Ba-a threads are suspended . 


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©81 gJ§)€Q — GS>. 9. (S,,9 + Q©©)— %ai §Sq G©G© '$«' 
Ba-a^pardia a^ sa|Q^9l G9lC CT^OIGQ <©!*l© a© 

3^m -si^il 3piQ <i©€Hscq Q©sfl q©i §<ai aioaw— 

( © Q^a— «Q^') A defect in the texture of a 

cloth #ue to|the*8tring-co mb not having 

gone up and down regularly daring weaving. 

Qtil — w OTTCqg < fijai ) — 
s . -^ h .^p Defectively woven ( cloth ) 

©EIQ— G©. 9. ( 3. ©<?© )— ©Q G©l© — 
Ba-ara ^ %?; The jujube berry. 

©«0— 91. (Q©Q) Q. (a«fl- ©<©)—©©© — 
Ba-ala Ox; bullock. 

GQG©. <Q°. ©ft )V-G«Kh *1$l ©Q©— 

Ball; play ball. 

©SQ (Q©TO)— 91. 9— 9q$l Q©tl© ( W ) 

Ba-asa (etc) Bayasa etc, ( See ) 

©Q— GQ. ©— V I Qi©5 a©l — 1. Heap; mass. 
Bai J | GQQi ©i<3)~2. Fence; compound. 

* I (W©qa©) G©|©, 6©%* ©13© ©^© ©I©- 
fl|g — 3. Name by which a person named 
Baisbnaba or Baikuntha is called, 

v i (diQQree) G©ai$ aiaQ giGQQ© — 

4. Abbreviation for the month of Baisakha 
[ ©— «©!fll©Q ©6ft G©lt(G©«) ] 
G©€©. ©. («. ©fl— atf 93^3 G©iq©)— 

<* I ©§j Q$©> SQIO — 1- Book. 

-> I 3I&I — 2. Account book* 

-QGF—fllW. WWfl) ©— §l©1©; ©l£— 
Bain Wall. 

-©«%— SIW. (©IS***©) ©— ©©3— 
" Bainchhi Angling rod and line. 

(©tfs <aQI, ©©g— «©i%a> 
©Qg>9l§QI— SIN. (©!€«■©) §— ©l§Q §91% ©©S 
BaiSchhi katiba €©©l ©ai«h ©S ©lf©l — 

To cut a twig of bamboo for making an 

angling rod. 
'-^QfiCSrQQI— 916©. ( 9IGM© ) $ — wT aiQ mi 
Bainchhi sekiba S1IQq9l ©l^jS 9Sf%MCQ CS© 
G©$ ^a aG^Ifii ?iq Sal ©q©i— 

To straighten a newly brought bamboo- 
twig by heating it over fire for making 

an angling rod. 

Q$C— glGQ. (€S©sil©) 9. (%o. ©. ©dl)— a©©— 
Baifithi Vegetable chopper. 


©^He}— giGQ. («V33a 6 fi%Q«i) 9— e©l§> sia-— 
BaiSri A kind of tubular 'fresh water fish. 

©cJ£tefl-G©. (a©i) ©a. (s. ©«1a©>— ©al ©i©©— 

BaiSsia Blowing a flute. 

©Q *dsa QQ©o «fl y$> I qaiftie. oat© i 

g©. ©. (a©i©qef©)— ©ate©© oi© ow — 

A name for calling 'Bamsidhara/ 

©<3W— 91. (99m) 9. ( 3. ©al )— V I i«1— 
Bainsi ^Ht 3Tg*& 1. Flute; a fife, 

> I WflaQQ «B9^a9 ©19 QW— 
2. A name for calling Bamsidhara, 
QQ9.4 (QOhIQ)— fll. (QQH) %—K I C$3.4 QQilQ (GQ«l) 
Baikuntha (etc) 1. Baikuntha etc. (See) 

a$GQ ^QS^ ^QCQ ^3Q l 91=39. «9lQQ0. «|0 I 

5 I G9q«3ffl21Q ©19 Olfl — 2. The name by 
which one named Baikuntha ia called. 

Baikula ^»©a^ ©Q9ft — -Perturbed; distressed. 

««q 099 969 a«f Qfl CjlQ I BlOl. Q9Qi flSQ -t 

QQ ©gl— W. $— aag ©i«i^ qjs QG«<a— 

Bai janti Sesbania Egyptica (tree). 

QQ©q$— gi. (ao-i) 9. («. ew$j>)— 69©si^ <^^) 

Baijayanta B^jayanta (See) 

9QS&13 aqp QG9 csocc^ Qei eoto i Q»- 696Q^€K>oiq i 

BaijayantI Bajjayanti (See) 

?Q&q$1 Qto ^S8 «<3?Q QQ ?** 69 96Q- t 

€^Q9(g)— €9. 9. (^. 9W)— QQt5 9«Qai« Wm 
Baincha(nchi) fiQ QGQ'S — Flacourtia Cataphracta; 
% g|q — g^Q^ g ^qjfl, Flacourtia Ramontchij a 
Sl^©<8l©, *tfl, thorny bush bearing 

<?m gaK>, ©°t9l < a, edib]e berries . 

' ^©©*%, J 01%. flaafl, g8,cr gft,G9 ^* aiQS ! 
9^fera, GoiasMil, q%w^ ^w^« ^ 19q0 C9 ' 

^a, atsjs ^^^i ©srsiCQ ©10 ^<i i 

C^55 C#>5 M5 -49KI ©IO i Q© 6 9© 3 Mil 

*Bf 5 &%>it ■ Q^ ^ Gfll% 1 <9IQ 6QI0 

9. 6Q€QWil, €9W* g^Gfl £©9l« ?<i GI©G« 

€©. ©(©wq. cojl %l^8 * 9° ! ^i ale ^ €©l© 

% 9©CQ -flg*i51IC© «ll«9 i ers* 


S>QOQ 


( +*9r ) 


9QO- 


90Q2A 6 «IEflO 6 QQ<3P; fllOQIQGQ act I Q0 

gff q i <9i a^a 6 oqtq $Qre ©is $<i i G99io 
siogq go oa§ oqai^ ?i«a i ] 

gIGQ. (OICO*0) 9 — 90ff— 
Angling rod and line. 

OQOO— GO. 9. O- («9) 911, GOf O3 % ft 5 *• «*- 
Baithaka g|. %• e. 9©$Q; Ql 9Q*c5]— 

(G§oo— «oiqq> <* i 9§9i; QQG9So— 

foi^j 1. Sitting. 

%s* -> i ^Qi o^gqos sfliaa— 

2. Meeting; assemblage. 

* I 9QQ «3G9fl9 — 3 . A session of a meeting. 

* I (S. 9l§0l)— OmglO; a^lQ— 
4, Residence. 

c5^l «>8ja c^o* i acaivg, e?flQ§. 9$cil©i t 

* I GQlSiOlj 98|q9— 5- A meeting hall; 

meeting place, 

oqoo «ioi— go. ©. (§. g5oo+etl «ioio)— 

Baithaka khana 9§9! s>ge$ OhO^Q GOIO<3fc 

(qqoo oq — aosqa) goooa a$a; Qacoao q9— 

foW ^ftl %33» ^n*VT Parlour; drawing room. 

oqoo— go. 9— v I siaiaiQ; wq.«i; 8qs© — 

Barfchaki 1. Lampstand. 

(G§o$— acwq,a> > I <OgoiQ oqi^ifl; 33901 

b^t QQ\%< QQ9iqi $Q0IO€Q qpiQ *Q QOO| 

ife*?t 6 9§9I ^Q Qiiqifl — 2, Squat; a kind of 

athletic exercise 
v t 9QOO (GOS) — 2, Baithaka (See) 
OQO$ €j}OI(GO)QOl~G9. 5- (©CO 9§9! giQ% Of 
Buithaki ufha(the)ib5 Q&9I) — && jGOISGQ aflsj 
q^ QQIQ GQQI — To squander away one's 

properties. 

OQOO 0$— GO. 0— <IOgOIQ 090O N , £)§GQ 9§ 9Q9I 

Baithaki danda q£q 93 q9s3K 6 9§ OS) ^Q- 

feWf W 9|©Q Q%$] €^QGQ $Q GOQ 969 

^ft ^ 6 9$ QGO — A kind of athletic exercise. 

«OOi— 9. o. (« otoor o«i9$o gsi)— <- ! g<aa— 

Baitha 1. Lamp. 

(GOOI— aOS^3) 9Q0I fls ft* CSIQ »9 ae » 
ap?H f^TT a«ttc«9?. saw aoq$ 1 

; J I (TOf- $36990 9Q9I — 2. Sitting. 


*» I 93IQ91 — 3. Causing to sit; setting. 
v I ^laojBI — 4. Lampstaod, 

* I QQte&A 39Q€l ^S^l a^flGQ <I0 ClIQ^ C ^QGQ 

^[Ql a<J > ©9G€l , a — 5 Name of a hill to the 
south-west of the town of 'KhurdaV, at a 

distance of one mile,. 
9QO|(GO)Q9l— W. $.— WIQOI — J 

Baitha(the)iba ^*fc[ §3RT To cause to sit. 

QQOlSt— SIN. (GWaTO) 9— §©f aQQ'OftO — 
Baitha oi A stand for the 'HukkS' 

(G^Olgf — «Qiq.a) 

oqdiqC^— fliw. (a*«) 9.— 9i}?i^ioqr ^Gsiiaiy 

Baithara(ru) QSQ'S — A family-title of certain 
(CQOIQ[%] — aOT%0) goldsmiths. 

Baithaja A family-title of Sudras. 

# QQOI Q€!l(Ga)QQI— W. «-— g<3iaGQ 219 eG9!Cl 
Baitha laga(ge)iba QQ9I5 qa 9SIQ9I— 
fH »TW1H ^?T 5fqRT To light a lamp, 

qqo— ot. 9. (». go«j o) — *. 1 eoift 9i G®eri Q9ia 01 

Bai^hi g|p ^Q G3a€l 2l^a G9R 9§ 3IQ9 <^ 
C^W ©«G^ Q§ ©GO QQ ^91 aigffl — 1. A pedcs- 
q&Kli tal attached to tho bottom of a round or 
%^ tall thing to enable it to be set without 

sliding. 
> I QQfll 21QQ ©G» qS?J9l 9jqg_ 
2. Pedestal at the bottom of an image. 

* 1 G©ta§ aQi«f (aai, ^oi^ q^^) q§ qq^q 

21991 91 aaiQ — 3. A small tripod used as a 

stool* 
v l m®} 3191 QaGQ 9§9I^ §<— 4. A seat. 

* I ( MQiatiQ) 091 339 — 5. A round seat on 

-which the image of Lord Jagannath is set. 

%& 010 Q, fll OS) 

cq5 ?^Q »SPfl I ocais^ cgflQ9 ^citei I 

SIG9* (09010) SI— (GSlQ^fi? «0 G0I9%QIM: 

gig 4jg© graio 0Q9f ^iq oq^OQ 

Q©tQ© E39) CICt G^l^iq SIG^IQ 39 — 

* (Interjection; a word used by buffalo- 

keepers to a male buffalo) Kneel down 
■ " * by the front legs,. 


•9QOQQ3 


V *->« ) 


9QOIGQ B^m 


QQO 93$ — GQ. 9 — Q9©^Q^G««i G99IQSJQ 

Baithi karana 9#G^39Ga% $qQQS1 — A clerk in 

a temple or in the court of a Raja^ whose 

duty is to write accounts and supervise 

'. * daily -works. 

[ Q— <0fGO <Q glQGQ 9§ Q|d%) Q§ $£§ 6 

§919 G^«€> I ] 

QQOQI— 9IG9. (W.S4TO) 3— (ST. 9©<$Q. SL 9Q§G} ; 

Baithiba $q. @. G909l) — 9§9I — To sit. 

QOSO — gl6Q. (9HQ3.Q) 2. W (§». @. 69€0) — 9§ 

Bai^he 9§ —In a sitting posture; sitting. 

©Q0(€j[)<ch— 91. §— (s. GQ^i)— G99& (G9«l) 
Bai(Ju(du)rjya STSgiirai Baidiirjya(See). 

SfllaCQ 9Q9Qi flQ^GQ 

QQOfl— 91. 9<n— <* i g.qoo--l. Old. 

Baitama ? I acjgiefc qg — 2. Worn out. 

QQOQfifl (QOilQ)— 91. ( QQs ) 9~GQ©Qtf1 QOilQ— ' 

Baitarani (etc) (G9<a) — Baitarani (etc) (See). 

9Q0Qfll flies s?q f giaei seai < g?«J 1 ea^iei. qaro 1 
€>QOI§(™>)— 3IGQ. (8°*9^JI 6 9IGQ4Q) 9. ($0. o*. 
Baitalu(Ia) G9QIO) — G9IQQ Q«l% (69*1)— 

(SJQOl^ — Wi%9) Boiti kakharu (See). 

Baida (9Q9i— flQH^a) 1. Physician. 

^QWl] , 5 1 ( eroqae ) G^Q^oia qiao 

9Q.Q.dl J- 9*90 ©IQQIfl— 2. Name by 

( 9QQ — 2lw>HQ,9 ) which a person named 

(90$ "~ BQI9^|2te) 'Baidyanatha' is called. 

9Q9 ^«0 QQ OQOI — G0> ( GNlSj 9Kfe )— ©S^SS? 

Baida chaula pathi kariba QiQsSQ G99I 9Q- 

9QGQ ©ISTQ MffGQ Gqcfl SJOtfl <g|9*» <q9iQ 

9h*J ©&IQ9I ffsl^;6saQ GQO^aG G99I GNiq- 

3GT9 ©I OI3 » GOTI QfiGQ <3 tti!£j 

G9IQS3N — Like a patient being fed at the 

cost of the physician^ (a aayingapplied 

to a person who takes money from one 

whom he should pay instead). 

$Q9«1-9I. (0^ 9- *1. (%• G99tfl)— G99<51 (69«i) 
Baidarbhi Baidarbhi ( See ) 

9QQQI q$Q 99I3 

€»o^9 -fli. (wi) w* (*• G999)— G999 (€9«) 

Baidika Baidika ( See ) 


ca asi ^itf 9^fa^ 1 eoqia. qq^o i 

Bai deba To spend away. 

e«q oicq cq€ giQ^o 1 q& s^co^wwa 1 

9QGQ«1— 91. (0Qi) W. (».-€9€0S«)— ^GWil-- 
Baidesi Foreign; belonging to a diperent part 
Zwtfl Hfeft of country. 

9QCQfll W&a9.-a9«K» 

QOCQfl— 91- ( 09* ) S». ( «- G?G9«51 )— „ 
Baidehi G9G<?^ ( G<?«! ) 

3f£fft ^^ Btodehj ( See ) 

ft^l Q9 96CT 6S1I« «QSt e©€9 I Q8. C9SQ^€K>«|q f- 

oQftiQH— 9l. (aQt) 9. (?. waoij^cSavi (g^«i) 

Baidhabya Baidbabya ( See ) 

OQ6l1— 91. 9— 6Wl ^9 ( 69«l ) ' 

Baidhi Baidhi bhakti ( Sea ) 

€9« Sl^fflO sis 1 giQl. q^Qn ^cofeq 1 

Bai(hi)na(na) «Kfl)-egfrl 9g ©flG^J GflOlQ 91 ffQflW 
9<1^11 7 oa e99l 9*«9Q 9G«Qi«? 8KI^5| G99I 

^TftKl Tender; earnest money; advance paid 

q-ttMl to a vendor, 

€0S9 afl^ 9WQ Sfti? 9Qif| wo. a!a l_ 

Q9IQ. GQf^W I 

OQQi QOl(SO)Q9l— W. 6— (9GSOI) §9i 9©9I ©flG^ 
Baina utha(the iba fl^O€9IO GOTIOlq^^QQl 9M 

9Qfi»I ^Q9l ) g^^Qg 9Q9I— To accept the ear- 
9QOI €©91 J ■ "^ nest money from the pur- 

^t^n ffTe^l ^Hl 355RT chaser. 

QQ9I ©QQI— G9- ^— «1© 9§ aid 9f»iQ G9S©9 
Baina karibfi a°a dg^Qj 6*991 — -T make an 

(9Qffl G991 — SICmQQ) advance; to advance the 
^BRl ^1 q^RT ^5ff earnest money to the vendor* 
[g— G9fel§ 594 ©gJ9iQ Qeil 9Q 9QQI 9G«i 
Ǥ<9 9-fiQ 3919 flQ G9Q G9ISI ^9 iq ^<l I ] 
QQ9I6Q Q99I ~G9. 5 -<IQ 9g «q«| 9|Q 9^ ^Oi- 
Bainare paidiba 6991 Q6Q 316} OI9IQ G9fa3 a 9 9SJ' 
(9QQI6Q a391 — aS>l%3) ^g© %Q9iq^ €991 — 

Not to stand comparision with another. 


9Q«g)9 


( *^o ) 


QQqal - 


^>C|(§)©— GQ. ©- fa. G9iaffl=gi9l ?lQgsqi 91 G9Q!Q^ , 
Bai(hi)ni ©9% "QOM3 2. Q^«l— <J$©IQQ- 
(99©— TOiqfl) G91G3SQ; Wl gaa 99 GQ QQ 

^ft aw ^tq eg 9QQ caqqQ s>^<a © $< G9is* 

f (^T)^ft GGJQ9$IS «e )— G9IQIG>GQ Q© S^GQ 

|>q($)© — a©i%0] w seicfl- w* GW a^*iQ wiq 

$Q<* 993— Taking cash for the first sale 

of a commodity in the shop tor the day, 

[ g— GQ19IOQ G«fa8 SQ<HQ g«K» ©99 9$ %. 

6 QQiti® 9«>Q gafl ©39 9^$. ^Q© G9IQSM3 

9QS> © G99I fld-i^ C9I9KH 9191% 9IOW5 1 

aiQGQ SQ9t oasj 9l§ 1 

•9Q© GQ9I w- §— <* 1 w 9*»G9 ss'gaGfl 

Baini kariba 691919^, 9$h 9$ 9Q9I — 1 . To sell 
*^SP( Wl the first thing for the day; to 

^t$ft^K*!r make the first gale of commodities 

in a shop for the day. 

> I GQIWGQ M* §9*9 G<5p9 9$ Q aiQ^GQ 
3<3>gaG9 *9$l9 WmQ 9GI9 £Qm 99^1 QQ9I — 
2. To make the first sale ot a commodity 
from a shop by taking cash for it 

^Q$($)QQI — GO. ■$. (ff. QQG»)~QaQ flQI. 9QQ9I. 
Bainta(nti)rib5 ©g|Q a|Q9I — To he rescued; to be 
[QQ9(§)Q 991—219^9] delivered, to overcome* 
( £Jeil~€S 919 q^q. 9QgQ aa l "> 

giG9- ( QISHS )— G9§ 99 fflql G99l— 

To wear long, 

( gai -< 999 sjai gqS 99 9Q$q 9<a i ) 

QQ$— fll€9. ( Q&lfl ) 9— 69GPQ1 ( G9<S ) 

Bainti Tengai£5 I See ) 

9QO-G9. 9-9019 (69«) 

Baiba Panasi ( See ) 

«W»©#I— 91. ( W* ) W. ( S. G99& )— G99&* (G9«0 
Baibarnrjya Baibarnnya ( See ) 

93 Q9€1Q G$G9 aqQ — Qg €9GQ<aQ9»l« I 

0QQ%O— 91. ( 89? ) 9. (*. 69939)— G999Q (G9<a) 
Baibaswata Baibaswata ( See ) 

flisfc^q cviQbft 9^ea qo 

VQSS© QS?»9 ««&Q C©0 — $19 ?• S9IQQ0. 9 I 

.qq^i — eqj # $\ ( a9i ) ( 3. 9i£j ) — 9<J 9Q9I ( G9fl ) 
Baiba Bae kariba ( See ) 

cqgo 9q;q e gQQj ay% ag9 9$q — 

©Q9F©— SITO. (-aiOTO ) 9 — ^I?aif9 919— 

BaibSlda Mud and wattle wall. 


TO99— g. (a«n)9, ( s. G999 )-^j a%» 

Baibhaba g#§ — Riches; affluence. 

QQGQQ— 91- ( TOi ) 9 — ^ I ( «■ G?Q9 ) 5IWI — 
Baibhoga 1. Riches; affluence, 

> I (e. 9+GQ3) GqQ — 2. Enjoyment. 

S9 ssu asa a© qcct - oaQiei. gaoo i 
'SfQflWC?, 9 6 )— 91. W ( «. 69511^ ) — 6951W ( W« ) 
Baimatrattri, tru) B^matra ( See ) 

QQQ — 9L ( 09S ) 9— <* I ( ff.G9Q ) G9QSJ9; Q^QI— 
Baira 1. Enmity. 

9 I ( ff. G9<3 ) Q^— "2. Enemy, 

QQQ«I— G9G9. 9. ( $9l G9Q©^)— S9I9I — 
Hairakha Flag. 

qe G9IQ9 s^fl* e^^i - 5»»'a. gflQQQa I 

*W*1 ; ^T giw. ( 3^19 ) 9r-©ig c«io9 

( G99«l— «Oi%Q ) 9^1019 QfiT — The Spade in 

cards. 

€»QQ(€l)©l— 91. 9. ( ff. e$ft9li G99 )— G^Q ( GQS ) 
Bair_a(ri)ta l^foi Baira ( See ) 

Q&. e?co^9»lq i 
©QQ— W. 9^1— 9gq ( GQ« ) 

Baira (GQQ— BO^Q) Bahir* ( See ) 

glTO- ( 9^fiiq,Q ) Q— GOl§> fllQ-s- 

A kind of bill-fish. 

QQQ9— 91- ( «?i ) 9. (■*- ^9«i G9q«H )— <■ I 9^3 

Bairaga few %*PT 9Q^— 1. Displeasure. 

3 I G9QSW — 2. Indifference to worldly 

concerns. 

sec GQi o«« qp, G0G9 9QGq ^qcjq — 

SKlQia. QQ9G) t 

* I (Q©Q>— q«; GW— 3. Anger. 

OQQGrt— 91- e. 4° ( e. G9q€il> 9qoi )— wqdl (W?) 

BairSgl fc^t^t %Fft Bairagl ( See ) 

(€9q3««1 — $) ^^ G ^ Si e«Q«i *Mal " 

[ 5— 9Qq«Va9 QGQ 9QW » 6 AW Wl© 
€19 g9999.€9 9s9?9 ^ I ] 


9<W 


( «9e ) 


Q^€l SlQQl 


'QQQCM— gi. ( a<$s ) 9. ( e. G9qen )— 9$q«n (g«ki) 

Bairagya Bairagya ( See ) 

QQ€)©(9l) Gfl— 91. ©• (Q9i) ( «T. G9QSI )— 3«q9 — 
Bairita(ta) pa^a Enmity. 

fofiF5l «>QQO °e« 69$ Q©$ 

£>QQ— €ji. 9. ft. G9<3))— V I G9<33 ( GQd )— 1 Bam 
Bairi ( See ) 

> \ 91© 9§q 8§l — 2. The eagle-hawk. 

qqgq«— 91. ©. ( * 9+cq« )- * i cqs; qct— . 

Bairosha 1. Anger, 

5 I $G$$3 — 2- Malice, 

93 — * I qd| — 1. Angry; irritable. 
? I ©G^f^l — 2. Malicious. 
^QQ(Q)— G9GQ. 9— (§Ql G9Q v )— 93Q— 

BailS(l) Ox; bullock. 

(9QG«*— affiqg) fliW- («*«gs) 3. ft. W ai$) 

(Gfl) G9!Q<3j 9§GI — (he) Said. 

QQGflQS-Ql' 9. ft* G9GqQS>) - G9GqQ© (GQ9) 
Bailochana Bairochana (See) 

^QegQft 03a §sf i 9!©1. Q9** flss > 

■«Q«l€l(flj"«)— gi. (a^i) ^ — (*■ G9SI«) — G9Si<a— 
Baisakha(ksha,khya) Baisakha (See), 

QQ«M— gi. (99s) 9. (*. GQSh)— G93H (G9«) 

Baisya Baisya (See). 

QQSQffl— 91- (Wh) S> — (ST. GQS9ffl) — G9393 (GQS) 
Baisrabana Baisrabana (See). 

OQ«flH— gi. (flQi) Q— G9Sai (G<3«0 

Baishamya Baishamya (See). 

G)QS(<)Q(fl)— .91. (a^s)Q 1°. (9. G9|9)— G9§9(G9«I) 
Baishna(sbtan)ba(ma) Baishnaba (See), 

[ g— 9mIS>Q«3 ©£p a^giGQ 
@9 '9Q|QlaV 'QQ§9q' 4) 
§G9; 9C$9Q «»a^© 6*Cf.| 

5fl gaicGQ c qioi* c 9l9i J or qjl 

•fofcf «!§,%*!!* $S> 'aiQISil 1 QlQI«nQQ QG>I§©» %| 


WS9 
QQG|Q 


>«GHqj 


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OQi(% e )gi(«i)«l— gi. ^- jfl. (^. 'ctj^i)— C'Sifl— 

Baish{ia(8h"taS)ba^ma)ni ( $%<si ) — Baisbnab* 
i&zft ^ppft, JTTHTSft (9©«?1lrfi — aCTOJ?) (See), 
QQ?q — glGQ. (Q^Of©, Q^Q) q— a^ig— 

Baiaira Habit* 

G>Q ^©l»(«l)— G9GQ- . Q. (eri. G'<>— Q^ +qfi^)|gi= 
Baisui-tan(Dii afpi? qHtfcj; $9% 91© S>«G^ 
G9qS0l©(©)l aQ « "" aQOIQQ"^iqo9Qia ©Qfl 

G9^io(©) J ^ QqaiQqoi^) — qoi qi© 
^^wR(3l) a^qQiq^QQiQCKjtTq g8oiaQ'©ca?i— 

%g5raw(sft) " 'Sale' of Zamindaries for 

arrears of revenue. 

Q<n— q©g 91© ©?JG^ mci Qq saiQ^Q* 

(gi9Qj<g) — { estate ). Sold, for arrears of 

its revenue. 

QQ^©1©(«) €>fifl« — G9GQ- S>. ( ETI )— Sl%9§? ©§GQ 

BaiBui-tSn(ni) nilam q©^ Q|€K% Qq C> €IGfi^ 999K3Q 

q^qi — Auction-sale of defaulting estates. 

Qftq»Oio(©)eQ «o5qi— gq. ^— (GQta§ ©9QiqQ 

Baiaul-tan ni)re adba q©g ©^IQ© «§GQ ^a O 

^^NstCT^sit^l 99i% ©191) ©Qfl 9qQ9i aid oqfQ 

^^dlPl^HI G99I— (a defaulting Zamindary) 

To be advertised for sale for "arrears of 

[QaiftOlo(©)GQ ^091 — SIQs^a] revenue, 

Q^QQI— giW, ( «VMS ) S— 9ia*GQQ G^9I; ^QQ 
BauSchbaiba GQ9I — To entice; to inveigle; to 

pursuade by wile 

Q9€l - 91- ^?— ft- "?a)— ^ I W ( GQ« ) 

BauSsa ^*t ^51 1. Bamsa (See). 

• ■> I 01© — 2. Caste; species; class. 

Q^l GIIQQI— 91. ^— ^ I Q$®§ ^«»Q 99lg^ G>l€ 

"BanSsa khaiba «»Q9I — !. To cause the ruin or 

(^9 SIQ9I — SftsQQ) extinction all the members 

^V«t tt^Tf of a family or species. 

m'?\ «W > I (Qfldia) «Q«IQ Q'QQ ^5 9i§«5fQ 

q*3^QtlCi9l — 2. (figurative) To cause the 

destruction of one's family or Species. 

[ g— 'GQQMIQ ®3 & ^iGQOfllO*? ^^hGQ 

g$gw '©ia*T aag) 5 GgatGO flg^*^ «iQaia$ 
6 q©GQ qsa^a^L aiQ W Q€ *§3 G^^i^Qr 9*aQ 
siQh gags? gsmgo aiQ saie8§ i G9fa§ %| 91 eii^j 

2IIQ OIQ tel, flIOl, «dl, WW ?fQ«G«l GQG© 

Q^ Gai^GQ Q9SJ gs ©I 9^ei^<aiQQS J ] 


Q$a 3?fl 


( *JS>? ) 


9$»- 


oef$ @ai— gi. m. qr. (ai©)—Gsa aa<aiq wq. 9is 

Baunsa khia" 9GQ 91 9€KPiSq 9133 $« — 
(9&9 31$— • $1) ( a term °* abuse) One who kills 
^*t C*tWi bis family; one who causes or brings 
4$| * J|VH about the extinction of his family, 

[ « — gsj^ sj6<as 9* ai$ ai$ oi 9a$ aoq 
sags 9® 9 a f* ®'$ Q|oeQ 4©3i9««eo 9^q«iq 

9«fc wQ— 91- 9<a— *■ ' ^a *«« ?iq «t9«!Q 9 D SQ GG|0 

Baunsa mara gta© 9GQ — 1. ° Be w b y procures 

(98Sq — ?JQiQ9) tn e death °f fl is family members. 

m ^R t ^ I GQ aas» W«S W^w^iq aq<i— 

2. One who causes other members of hifl 

species to be killed by others- 

MffciQ @if$— w- 9. (ftMia)— aaaiQ oolq ©i 

Baunsamara dabuka €>l«1^9«i§qrQ BGi^iq Wl« 
(9eraq 9 ! $9 — 39i%ei) 91 W9 <a$l$9l 9^— 

One who brings about the ruination of 

his own people. 

[ q^. Q s tasiGff ©1$9 a£9i QIQ G9fo§ 9I9GQ 

ETI« G«(3Q, G9§ eriQ Sg[G€) Wlf < QSpSS G«l?<3 

GQISi ©l$9 98 OTfifc G9 ©l$9Q q9 $3 «Qi 

9l$9SlG9 gs Si^^L n ® 9§9is3 gci erisGQ a^ 

QS^iefo qwigj GQaraw i ] 
qq Qai Q9— gq. 9. (9«rtq> «§<jo)--ai«isql 9dQ 

Bau katha kaha ipuPaa© Qqj G9i9» ©IGI£j 

C^^«T^re aS9G3€ — The brown cuckoo; Guculus 

%\*te\ Micropterus, 

[ O— ^fllQQr G«IQtGQ GQ9 «&; 89 soa^i q§ 

Gdt I <AICO GQI9Q 39 GQQ 9go£ Q9g)5 QJ$£fcl 

G99 6 a© aqQ, Ga% *qi> qjBlQGQ CChf <J 601 

G9iq ai« I alOQIOGQ <9\Q& <l G9SGQ G9S* 

Siai§ Gift l <KMGQ G9I9IQQ G9GS *9§ 961 99* 

<§aQ: W^ qsraM I <rai9<« 919 9q<$ 6 gl^. 

^IftGQ $©!» QflqCQ q*IQ\< I «ai9Q ei« G9iQQQ 

Mi taGQSI fil^f I <^IGO GQ\Q3i 9Q QQQO j ] 

©€J«>(W- €Q. 9. (©W) — e I GQf^q^ii 6f)QIQ CCHM 

Bauda(dha) C19©l© qgn — 1. Baudbj name of an 

(G9fQ, G9la— ao^QQ) Oriya State. 

[g— <oigq si). «^ aoiQl% ^wa aoifi?1 od"%i 

GQf^ ^ £©«© Q[Q — 199IQ 6§>CIIQ Qg^ G^IQf 
©|Q) I < q©HGQ ^l. caa0t9lG€J ©5b GQGQQ 


«?i^9ias^9% w 6 ^9G«>«iw aoqqe«w,Q5r 

flQQ a^ GQG9G«!f ^©Q 21© I QOK' #^IQQ 

9©9GQ 6§»»1 09©!© SfchGGl €1^)h G9Q 1 <G9 <9' 
Q^G«%^ <GQ9lQ^^% Gajf< S2lfl G^«lQ 
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G9§ 3l^Cf 9Q€) 9S£i€WG9 G9G99IO q©^ QQ 
^9IQ9^iai<l I < q©99^!GS> ©GTQ ^3 qev 
giaff QQ fl9l% <«I9C?9 W ^81^ 69fQ«i@ I 

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(0099. iJIOlff ^§Q) I] 
ifim > I (g. 91Q9) 39I9GQ .QOIQ ?J9I G51Q 3$— 
9T^5f 2, Cloud rising in the sky. 

* I ( 9\ G9f^ ) 98J3TQ G>9fl 91 G9f^l9©l^> 
Q&qQGQ 9JJ3TQ MOICQ ©SIQia qQGQ 
«I901Q*— 3. The 9th. incarnation of Bishnu 
C$fa %% (viz as Lord Jagannatha at Puri in 

Orissa). 

Q^Q Q0l(eo)Q9l—e9. 9.— (ff. 9IQQ + ^©|fi))- 
Baud a ath5 ,(t n e)iba SIOIQGGI G9<3 G9fl1l99ii 
*W ^ GfllG«3l9^ — Clouda appearing ia the 
m%3l 5lP!r f W^ST 3S5ir eky; overcloudiness of the 

sky. 

Q^q— flIN. (Q9IA%Q) 9—^91^ ©|99G€l ( a — 

Baura Name of an aboriginal caste. 

Q^Q 920— glGQ. (9^Q1Q) 9.— ETlQqQ Q^Cfl 99 giflQ 

Haul khia QGOt© ^99^ qGQ^IG) ( |9 §SI§Sll §$9— 

A feast observed by every villager on 

the f ullmoon of 'Phalguua. 

9^fi>— G9, 9 — <tf- qjj»3 3*- iR9)""^ * a 5 ^SL a "- 
Baula ^pi, ^gBt—JRFCj^k 1., Mango bud, 

J I (?r. qtjQ) SJ^ 9QQ 3Q GQ^IQIQa ffft— 
2, The flowers of certain trees, flowering 
in racem&s or spikes^ sessile flowers 
* I (s. 9$») 93a ^33 9^3 ga— 
*^ q« fit^ 3. Mimusops Elengi- 


96£Q aflIQ(oi)g«ii 


( +->9* ) 


9QQ> 


* J ekhq ag q$Q 9iaG9« G91Q ^ 9$s>i— 

4. Friendship between two persons set up 
by exchanging mango buds. 

[g— ^iffi Q9Q a^ s»H9$» a§ Gagi Ga§i G9GR 
©i^ G9 93Q 9Q» $9is* w^gjj-aafi sna^i 
QQfi 2idlQ(Ql)«fll— G9. 9. (3. oqp a«iiQi«Ni) — Gate 
JSaula am5ba(ba)sya ai^Q 2iai9l3il— The new- 


9QQ afllSil, 
9QO«fll(€fl)QSII, 


moon of the month of 

gisnqp Pausha. 

C 9— <l W «W, 9Q» 

toiq gi^ei 39a ai$ 91 S<$ to G999QI qqsj i 
QCtQiaSi G9^G>GQ flHi «8 $&9 $< 1 ] 
QQO GQIft— G9* 9— * I 9§» QSQ TO — 

Baula koli 1. The fruit of Bakula tree. 

4fldftlfl»Mwl aoi 9I9IGQ 6 9I0GQ <QQ\Q «IQQ|^ 

S"3|£}SyQ QCC1 J ] 

/ I ( 9§fefl W ) TO ^§—2. The pendant of 

any arm-ornament resembling the Bakula 

fruit. 

QQffi «Q— GQ. 9— Q3 A Q©algl9GQ a§9 9$Q ff$Q 

Baula jhara" $||Q| 2IIQIQQ g»Q —A decoration done 

( 9QQI 4q— aOnqp ) * n Cftrs and buildings 

representing wreaths of Bakula flowers; 

a decoration representing a festoon. 

QtyQ 91(91)%— GO. 9 — 9919 G9GG> Q0<ll6$$9l 9»9*I 

Baula pl(b5)ta a|$ — A piece of yellow cloth 

siiyd*! ^n^t having broad yellow borders, used 

at the time of marriage by the bride. 

[ Q— 9QQ SWI SJ«I ©319^ Q! § 69iqs»M | 

ai$Q q,QQQ Wit <l SOIffl 9GCT 9QQ9ISQ GQIf 4 

01® QQ4I §«j < §& $.Q£$IQ Q9S} I ] 

0®6> fllfi(0!)— G9. 9 — * I 9$G) £TQQ flIQI — 

Baula mala(la) 1. A wreath of Bakula flowers. 
> I <9SQIQ 9©flq ai§3a qqi aa$ — 
2. A kind of brown spotted granite. 
* I <Q3WIQ 8IQQ Oia— 3. Name of a kind of 
paddy growing in clusters. 

[ Q— < yJQ GO&I Ga$l G91Q ffG» £ 9$» 
ffR a© G9G1I9K1 I ]' 
QQ« Glfc)— G9. 9 — 96JQ fffclQ 51191 8Q <4QeiOq <W— 
Baula mSli A kind of water-weed resembling 

a Bakula-garland. 

SIG9. ( 916^9 ) 9— G9S9GQ Q3Q G9IQQ9I 

<19S9lQ G©» 91 <393^ §01 — A kind of 

small pastry cake fried in £hee or oil. 


QS&«1 — G9. JM. qf. 6-%1- ( <*• 9$» )— *. I <?$« TO 
BauiS 9^98% GS§> *»! 9Q9 91 CV49Q fl«R G£|8 

9Qft aQ a§ $§©- q^ 9| 91 aifya— 

1. ( white cattle ) Having brown furs on 

the head* 

* i 9qs q$ aQ— 

2. Eessmbling the Bakula flower- 

9 — ^ 1 (^98 289) q^a G99U q$G©IW — 
1 Budding ( of trees lika the mango ). 

> I QQOl V ( GQ3 ) — 2. Baali 1 ( See ) 

* 1 9§Q £TQ 9§9S% 909 6 CII^Q 9^991^ 

QI9—3. A name given to chestnut coloured 

cattle. 

QQQ|(G«)Q9I— €Q. $ — (9^S>9! «^IQ S©^ %9) — 
Baula(le)ib5 ( The causativa form of Bauliba). 

^a%,g%&s> ©qQ9i — 

To cause a tree to put forth buds. 

QQfil Gll€5— G9. 9. (Qlfl)— 9531*39^ 9l«lGa^Q ^Ifl— 

Baula gai The mythological cow, which was said 

to give as much milk as was required by 

her posessor at any time, and which had 

the power of granting boons. 

mjsoi— G9. 5. ( s. q%» )— ^ i ( ^ 289 era ^sa ) 

Bauliba q^90G99l — V To bud forth; to bloom ; 
rav{ ^1 ^<«|l; A<st<-dl to blossom forth. 

ojga at9i ^i^i ^Q© 

(sitl) C^^ ^1 / I ( 3. 9§Q ) ( GaiSQQ Sid QQfl- 
araprRT G99i% «sy 9^19 G99l^> GaisiqiGQ 

(9^©99l — aw^Q) ^91 SIIQSItGO) 9^WillGQ ^33^. 
Q9 ^091 6 G9^GQ SQ9I— 2. ( said of 
fishes in a pond) To float in large numbers 
on the surface water which becomes heated 
in summer or beoomes otherwise poisoned. 

* I ( «9„ «q GS»3L «lt ) ^_%§99|— 3. ( said ) 

of the soil ) To become pulverised by 
the effect of the sun's rays. 

Q^»1-G9. 93— 96JQI ( G9« ) 

BauH BaulS (See) 

9 —«, 1 a^qr 6 G)^9 39R 9I9GQ 931 S3IQ39I 
$Q G91Q3P fiWt OlO— 1. Slender and 
tube-like railings put on the side-frame of 
<I§5ft #n&g<J<gjffl chairs and bedsteads* 

> I 9«^ft 6 O^ flSiGQ ?19i fl%« «5> 95i— 
JTR* 2. Thin stiff narrow strip of skin at the root 

of finger jimIs, 


e*ee 


<?<! 


( +j$>y ) 


9€l 


* I 9I6£9 eri^Sfl — 3, A. kind of earing for the 

upper part of the ear. 

v|( 919198 q$l ) 9£rlQ 9i9IQ^ 9I9IQS19I 

2IC1 SGfQ ^©^* S? — ^" -^ ne P°i n ^ e( i efl d °^ 

the prow of a boat, 

.$4 — €Q. 9. (99IW «l«l) (*. 9i£j; 91. 921)— V 1 9^; 
Bae <R[5 *sl^ <3Q© — 1, Expenditure; debit. 

(skj, 8qo— tKMqg ) 3 I §gi9 9§q giqq &%ai 

€9IG?I91 3°S — 2. The debit Bide of an 

account. 

^ 5R * I S9ITCOI^ ^ 91 €9!9KT]OI^ 9lQ 

3^9! €991—3. Taking of money or things 

on credit; borrowing. 

OT€9. 9*< ft* ) — t. I 3,99 €$191— 

1. Boy-servant, 

-> t SUG99Q* ^9Q — 

2. Servant C of Europeans ). 

9<J(q)0\—€9€9. W- ( Q°. 9«9fJ— 
Bae(ya)kat 49110^984 0; ^90€ja — 

^^& 4*W*£ Outcaated; boycotted 

9— €9f<S§ 9i^3IQI©a 91 <9CJQa 9Q9I— 

Boycotting; outcasting. 
94Q9S1— €9€9. 9. (£TI. W!q)-^ 8$ — 
Bae k aba la ^1 ^t*l1 % *«H«H Deed of sale. 
<9Q 99Q, 9« Q91Q, G999[9l]Q — WtQQ) 
<Q«(q) QQQ1 — €9. l(e^h 

Bae(ya) kariba VI 9m£| QS19I — 1, To spend. 
WSl J I €97s3 9«i^OI^^I €991— 

^fT 2 To take money. 

[ 9— 4UOQ fl9IQ9Oi^t0TI 9<J 9€Q ( ] 

* i ®m aim 91999. aci^jsi sori €Q9i — 

3. To take advance towards one's account. 
** I €91919101% Gtih 99i aiQ€Q €991 — 

4. To take commodities from a shop- 

keeper on credit* 

■<Q0®— €9€9. 9. (Q°) (919)— €9^9 n 9*,99 e ll9£|9 

Baed 9£^9 3$QQ© Q*qft Qg© — Boyd; name 

of a Sanscrit scholar of the Cambridge 

university. 

[ g— O S%9 QSI©® 6 aQH|9 6 9nI9Q<3 Wlq 

2IG99 q$« 9S S09I 9Q$l€S I ] 

*9< 9lfl|— €§€9. 9. (STL €991919)— * I 9«^ QJH- 

Bae nama 1. Deed of sale. 

33 *W <M 39IQ9C9 ©Q3 G9I089I QfttifctfKft 

. %*m «91R9<? €31993-9 qi?a€9^— 

2. A certificate of sale signed by the court. 


Q< 0Q(O)O— €9 9. (flTOMIIOI) (9aq©ia 39©Q €19; 
Bae pai(e)tha ^, ^5 99^) — ■ 

e i tori siiQi9gQi93 ^ ^ ^— * 

OT C*R 1. Taking money and paying back; 

3WT ^c£ credit and debit. 

J I WlSffl @qi9«IOI€9 ^ 4 Qi£j €£&l €9IQ^9l 

9°S 5119; ©SI 39© — 2. The credit and 

debit aides of an account book 

Q-0 QIQ— €9. 3 (WKffiffllOl) (tf 9^+21. 919 ) — 9SSJ 

Bae bad Q| <3Q© 919^ saiQ — After deducting 

the expenses; minus the expenses. 

<ZA 991 — €9. $— e. I (cilft S$© ti 34) 9«I^Q fl<W : 
Bae Jiba qq 9Q9I — 4. To be crossed with a 
^tl^l ^tQV\ DU ^ ( sa ^ °f a cow}* 

^Tf^T, SffRI ^ |(flq)d«JalQtfl 9WI — 2. To conceive,, 

Q0Q91— Si€9. (9*WSI9> 9— 9pqcil; 9I9I«I— 
BaeragI A male recluse. 

(9QQ€W> 9<l'qG€lff— 4li 

€XJQ--€9. 9. (e«fl%agSP)— 999— 
Bael ^ii|»f %r Bullock. 

9<IQ(Q)Q—€9C9 9." (Q B ) — ^ltl€|00 QSOC9 GS3^ 
Baela(la)r aalQGQ Ql3 9§J €9IQ S^OlQGQ 

^Wt^ 911GQaQ619 G9Q3I4 — The boiler 

^TwfK of a steam engine. 

Q<] 3,1^— €9€9. 9. (Q°)-^-9|O09; €9€t€^9l 6 9P- 
Bae skaut Qg^l QIQ ClOO siy©9 0^)909 39h— 

^<$ ^t^ TO *r*Wi Boy scout. 

[ 9 — fi^a 9i€Q^ 9€f S, 9199 ©G^l G)°g9 og 
92119 39^9 I <^€9 ©q§ 9tQ99lG9 qeiC?Q^ 
€999 6 C<a9$iG|©9 €991 9Q9I 99 8I9SW.9 

€T — €9. (^9i99-3fil) S— 9fl v ( €9«l ) 

Bam Bam ( See } 

* 9* 9*— €9. { ao<^9Q<3 ) a— fl9l€99S ©Q$€9 gQ 
Bati bam QQQ| G9GQ Q9I99 ^9 — 

C^1\ C^t^ A sound made while offering prayer 

sp*3R* (9° eqoi— a9-i%aj to Siba. 

^Q^l— e. 9— €91Q9IC5 90^3 99€3$ 6 ©Q qa^ q§> 
Bamkbha^a Groin; the pubic and iliac region of 

the body; the inguen. 
S'a— S. 9— (99^§_e=9?l9 9Q9l+9»i «)— 
Bamia < I 9Q9I9J %p— 1. Family; race. 

t I €«lp; Niqfe 99 C — 
2. Species; line; lineage; genus. 
* I ^19 S$Q— 3. Children; offspring. 


9® $«(a)G W 


< **>s>* ) 


99© 


tc | €JS;9Q^fQ— 4. Successive generations. 

5. Ancestors and descendants of a family. 
2> I qg<gi — 6. All; collection^ miiltitude. 
9 I'^OQIStqQS $19 — 7. A number of animals 

of the same species. 
r | qgQ9fS)IQ; 99^ 98*16! — 8, Descendants, 
^ | £j^j — 9. Pride; hauteur. 
\o | WIQ<§> GISI 99Q— 10. Nostril. 

aiQUQI GMl — 11- The uppermost long 
beam on the ridge of a thatch* 
.*J I q^ft 6flq9l9 — I 2 - Backbone. 

v* I (9Q. al%=»s9 9Q9i + $$. a) — 9i^« — 

13. Bamboo, 
^v I <^£f| — 14. Flute, made of bamboo 

?a $8te)0 <M— G9. 9/W. 9G««9)— gcjfliq 9aa$ 

Bamsa uchchha(chba)na(nna) 93PIS — Death of 
3\*few the members of a family by death from 
3®&m starvation^ curse or other causes; extin- 
ction of a family. 

■*6I $$(% 0)Q— SQ. 9. (*- 9GSIISQ )— QQ9IQQ 
Bamsa ujjwa(jja, ja)Ia GQ?Q9 $<$— The ad- 
dition to the glory of a family. 

GQ. W— 9€1Q CQrQ9 9SQ— A'dding to the 

glory of a family, 

?€1Q— s 9— (^a+Q)— t I 9i^a ap — 
Bamsaka 1. Bamboo leaf. 

-M Q^tG 2I«— 2. A kind of sugarcane; - 

Saccharum Officinarttin. 

«V I Ql^aflSa «l» 0|Q — 3. A kind of small 

thin scaleless fresh-water-fish. 

■■« Q9Q— S. 9 — 9I§€I «3Q Q9 SfeJHGQ 3(91 <Q90IQ 
Baiiisa karpura SiaiQGS,© ^g <§ QOQ Q9m— 


9°as1% 9°e9i, 

9°aGq©Qi 

9°9G<gofi» 

9°SGQ©9I 


The manna of bamboo; a 
silicious deposit found 
TOi^a inside the bamboo;. 

Tabashir 

zqh s. ftifl— 8°at, 9°icfl, §qg»i«9 6 s?q, "*ua, ©is, 
$aial<a» §CM, %gii, q&- Qlf^, %<$, sjp^ 289 

staiei, cqooi, ©9Qste i 9iQasQ q°s$8 c q »g$ 

-^■ICTW fl!§ I QQGCj 9SQ£[ G9G99 


4i«Jw ' Qigja «iai% eshW%Ga 

en. 7 ,i <i9i% f Q «€K?q' G9iq- 

^ j-OQiaiQ ai< <S «9i «fth««a« 

(9i$wio— aoi Olfl) 91*8© §< I ] 

«l $a-sr. 9— (£<li ©©^> 9°a+«9)— <i I 9*aa©a% 

Bamsa krama q^aiWS; aiQMg9 9°aaQCI<a — 
1. A family from generation to generation 
successive generations. 
J I 9°aa©9|OSf ti|QI9lgQ QG3«1 — 

2. Genealogy. 

* i qSqkii; 9°a9s— 

3. A genealogical tree; pedigree. 

9€i sq— S. 9. (^1W;<?«I+^-^ 1 GQfa3 aQISQ 
Bamsa kshaya qOQ 9ffl€i — 1. Eradication; 

9a a-s J aQCJQa ^ I ^Q Q^ia ; aetwa g?»3 
waaf ^ -fl^fliOQrQqciiawiQGQaQ 

GQg Qt fi> Q§QI aofll — 2. Death of all 

the members of a family; extinction of a 

family; extinction of a Bpeciea. 

Baiiisa gauraba ^qq ^1^—1. The glory of 

one's family. 

> I ( 9^8 ) «§9iq 9G€ll^ «Ql<31 w^— 

2. Adding to the glory of one's family or race, 

?€l ©€50— «. 9. (911 ©©j 93+0$©) — G9l«fl $QGQ 

Bamsa charita qiq Qi^lftfiJ SAW 99% ^QQ 

QQ(^jq_The history of a family. 

^.-w Q^fliwr^iq suss© (^)— 

(practice) Followed by the members of a 
(QSKPQ&Q — SGiqp) family. 

ffQ ©€!« — *. 9.— (^1 99? 9S+©Q$)— ^ I G9T«9 
Bamsa charitra 9€l©|© ©S^QTQ «l©Qtfl — 1. The 
(QQlff©Q§) — aG*^9) general character of the 

members of a family. 

y I G©tel§ 9SQ ^iq<?ISQ 9§%©l— 2. The 

traditional characteristic of a family. 

Ql. 9»— 9Q ©€l© (G9«) 

Bamsa charita (See) 

0»ae— «. 96i. (93-he^ ai$+$$. a)— v i g©F«9 

Bamsa ja Q-aqi filOj 9^1^ — 1. Born of a family; 
<V^)Wt *fl) descended from a family. 

? I ^a^j qdlQi qqgoflSP ~ 2 - Borri of a 

high family; of a respectable fami! 


9SQI 


( +>99 ) 


98 991 }: 


BamsajS 1. Barbsa karpura (See) 

. *. 9^1. ^1— 9°€is?€} steer— 

2. The feminine of 'Bamsaja 
9>€i uq— g. 9. (99+ a ai^ f-©<$. a) — 

Bamsa dhara <. | G*?fel9 9°SGQ ©I© 9m^ — 

1. The scion of a family, 
9 I GQ 9°£ QSI 9G9 — 2. One who maintains 

or continues a family ^ 

* I 99 a 9^9 9i&— -.3. Founder of a line or 

family. 
V I g^lQ— 4 Issue; offspring, 

«l 916)91—3. ^. (?q1 ©9j 9S +91991)- 

Bamsa nalika e I 9ISJS 9Q — 1. A tube of 

• bamboo. 

> I 9l^)€tQ 9°a1 — 2. A flute made of bamboo. 

W©ai©— £ 9. (^q| ©©> 9°a+9ai©) — 

Barijsa nipgta ^ | qgg §Qia — 1. Eradication, 

9 I 69fel§ 9°€IQ gsg $19^9 9©^ 91 9GQ9— 
2. The destruction or extinction of a species^ 
Q*€l fl« — S. 9.-t I (£<|1 to, 9 €)+a<?)-9l^a QfiQ 9p- 
Bamsa patra 1. The leaf of bamboo plant, 

> I <9S9IQ Q\% — 2. A kind of grass. 
M 9^9— S. 9. (9°3 as-HM^OilGfl. Q) — 

Baiiisa patraka ^ | 9|£}0B$Q.«I SIS — 

1. A kind of small thin fish. 
) I 9Q QQ — 2. A sort of reed. 

* | HQ\ n<& — 3- The white variety of sugar- 

cane. 

« £Wl— 3. 9. (9°3 9S+Q) — 9tSfi 8SSQ an&f 

Bamsa patri <K?39IQ ©61 — A. kind of grass with 

(9°$ 9»l — S9iQa) large leaves resembling 

those of bamboo. 

9>s qq^q— sr. 9. (?<l1 ©«u 9 4H-aoaq>- 

Bsmsa parampara 9°a$S; g^U^W — 
Successive generations in a family, 

Bamsa parampara krame 3.&9Q. <I§QQ 8iqG9j 

^ *fir*BTl ^W 9 SIG>$Ca — From generation; 

4^ llWil 33nfr to generation; for generations 

in the course of successive generations. 

« QQftqa©— «r. 9fl. (3£{i o©; 9°aaQ#q-r-g©. 9^ 

Bamsa paramparagata $>q] q©. 9°QQ93^j+ 

«J€i©)— 9°€iaQ^Ql«Gfl oo 09991 (qs 91 
9SSJ) — ( a custom) Observed or obtaining 
in a family from generation to generation. 


Q»€l 9^9— qr. 9. (f $ ©©. 9 €!+9$iff)— 

Bamsa barddhana s. | 9°S3 9M^5TQ SMhI$§ — 

1- Increase in a family. 

> I 9°€IQ QQ9 — 2^ Improvement of a family. 

9*1. (Q3W gfljq)— Q°€lQ $<$> 91 ^^Wig- 
Causing improvement or adding to the 

glory of a family. 

9>fl <TO- 3°. %. (P^l 0% 9°€t + QI9)— 
Bamsa bija ^ | 91^3 ggQ ai© 91 qgjo — 
1. Bomboo seeds. 

' I «5»Q C9SL5 ^ 0€i ^ n ^ 9%a — 
2. The founder of a family. 

«i §§— sr\ 9. (?<$ qoj 9°a+si§)— 1 1 9°a^ Q99- 

Bamsa biuddhi 1. Improvement of a family. 
3 I 9°€iQ 9gl9; 3$lffSlg9S g°<3!^l^§— 
2. Increase of a family by additions or by 
, births. 

" 9*€1 flQ (Q0il9) — TO- W- (3°. 9 - a + fl|99) — 
BamSa mara (etc) 9§)SaQI QQ^IIQ (e9«) 

Baunsa mara etc (See) 
9»€1 fldsiQI— S. 9. (f^l OO3 99+^191) — 

Bamsa marjyada i |, ^ <3Q% qQ eofQ9- 
9QS9 00 28^91 WO3 SflQOIQH— 

1. Family dignity; respectability of a family. 
J i G9?<a3 6£© 91 g§9 9SQ gia*i qai9— 

2. Honour or respect due to a high family. 

qr« fll€J9l — 69. « — V I G9Tfil9 9SQ q?)§ 9c|Qq7 9| 

Bamsa mariba ^9^ ^{q gQ9|^To destroy 

(95! £>aiQ 9Q9I — «0«iqQ) every member of a 

^\*t Tt^O $8\ HKWI a family or race. 

( saai— sua qQoq^ wiSti gq9«I€Q a§ 9^99 

9« 5IIQ €9G«S I ) 

> i cofa§ aQiaqi 9^0 91 S8J3&9 g«q 

9Q9I; g<p 9013 9Q9I— 2. To eradicate or 
destroy a thing or its speoieSi 
9*9 fllfWqi-S. 9. ( 9$ 9©J— 9QQ 59^— 

Bamsa mahatmya Family greatness or dignity,. 

9>« Qfll— ST. 9. ( £$ 09; 9a + Q9l )—< | S9?^ 
Bamsa raksha 99^ €ll9<ii99Kl 98IQ9I — 

1. Maintaining a family, 

> 1 gs$isji9Q9iq <&\ cqa g«^ qqi 9391 — 

2. Preservation of a family by bringing 

forth offspring 


^•fl'QW 


V *>5>S> ) 


9?«il 


Wl QOJ— ST. §. ( TO©9 gG^IQj %3Qj S-et +QOI ) — 
Bamsa lata *. | swffll; q%Q\Q\ — 1- Genealogy; 

pedigree. 
■* I Q93J|^f — 2. Blood relation. 

«IGI— giGQ. ( g^SS <£.$OT ) 9. (§».§. 99S)-*- 
Bamsala QG^QQ-^IQq] ^ Carpenter's axe; adze. 

M efiJQ— e. 9. (^(I'ooj. M + GQfl)— *J9« Q^(G9«) 
Bamga lopa 1. Baiisa kshaya (See) 

2, Extinction of a family or race (on account 
of the non-survival or death of all the _. 

members thereof ). 

Bamsa sarkara Q|© G$$| <QQ9tQ 9^ $3«iia — 
Manna of bam boo j a sweet juice exuded 

from bamboo." 

waoioi— *. ?. ( 9$ ©OjTO + WM )— 9I§3 
Bamsa Salaka Q|0 — A. long thin rod or stake - 

of bamboo 

Q>€1gi— *- W- ' ^ ® 9 s* W+gia|^+«|. a )— 93GQ 

Bamsaatha ^Qi— Included in a familyj staying 

in a family, 

s Name of a Sanscrit metre. 

Barasasthabila Name of a metre of 12 syllables. 

?€l <39— «. W. V. ( *SI ©«J$ ^S+Qlff ) — Wa. 

Bamsa hlna 3191 ^gQ GS§ 3$iO o aigj— 

( <?a«to <MQ§©— a^^q ) Issueless; without 

posterity. 

Mi — giw. ( QW& ) «. (s. ^€t=Qi^g) — q fi Q qp— 

Baihsa Rafter of a thatched house, 

?€1I$Q— «T. 9. ($*jl©©3 w+*S3 )— 9l$a €ISS«- 
BamiSakura Qj^a Q€}§— The young shoots of 

bamboo. 

?€liqQ— ** §. ( ?$ ©®> ^ + «<W ) — 40^— 
Bamsachara Family custom; observances or 
practices obtaining in or followed by a 
family from generation to generation. 

Bamsanukatha Q°€l OQO ( GQGl ) 

(Q €8§O€lQ— .aCNqp) Bamsa charita (See) 

Barigisanukrama 3Q^; q.^19^9 — A family 

through its successive generation. 


9>€U§OTQ— 3. §3. ( $ c TO-934-QQ )— -g^l^SGS 

BamsSnukrmrka qq aiq^Qi^-Observed in a 

family for successive generations. 

qr«l$$Gfl — G<s>. «. M. ( 3". 9°€l!^e^ )— 9'€iaQ3-q 
Bamsanukrame SlOTiGQ^ Through successive 
*K*tt$<^ q\||#h«$ generations. 

Bamsanugata ^ | 9 S8Ci£t-$j€l9 — 1. Handed 

down from generation to generation, 

. 2. Established by the family traditions; 

permanently rooted in a family. 

qreiioeflal)— e. 9. ( ?g1 «►% 9*«!+sfl9Q )— (jforai* 

Bamsabali(Ji) e<a^ ©jjcq qi ©i^qigq qjj,<sil^efl 

OQ^QI 9 Q «!a€5fliOqrQ QQQ^l flQSo G9IQ- 

gji-C — A genealogical tree; pedigree or 

family line; genealogy. 

9® - w. m - ( «. 9 6 ^n )— 9°<si1^ (gw) 

Bamsi Bamsiya (See) 

^51 s$i q»i so^fl I . ffo^'o. QS.W l 

Q»ao— «.' s>«. i°. ( 9°a+TOi©iGei. w )-9°a1^> 

Bamsika Q°Q©|9 — Relating to or belonging to 
( 9°Sq| — $ ) a familyj born of a family, 

9 — K \ Siqa — 1. Agallochum. 
9 \ QQ\ **a( 9. a. ) — 

2. The black variety of sugar-cane. 

W. 961 — gQlff — Born of a high family, 

VC9 QSM Plffq P^^ G3e 4 ^lQ9 »|«G« QQQSff 

cqiSGff£« 1 Q$. cwwora ( 


Bamsika The feminine of Bamsika* 

~S. Q— <. J ( Q»Q + Q+4l, Si )— 9 c «fl - 

1. Flute; fife, 
-> t Baal (@. a.)— 2. Long pepper. 
* I «^^ ViO ( §. 9. )— 

3 # Agallochum wood, 

V«OI— «• Q— Q°«1 — 
Bamsim Flute. 

0*0)^^ ^ (Q» o a+Qi <9i «?i^a^»G^ q«i^ G9<?i%)~^ 

Bamsi t J 9^5 ysf&i CT»4.— ; 
1. Flute; fife; pipe. 


9*flV $91 


{ *->5>r ) 


W 99^ 9Q q§9l 


[ S— ggaro 9ff© as ©a ^iqq Q°aTw> 

^M®fllOC|CQ QOItO, g«p, QalQQdl 6 ©we* 
^§ «IQ ^9gi 9iS> $< I <lg WS 1 «OTIGQ 6310- 
■' V^sl^lQSSTQ 9QQ CitilHqci 9qG9lQ«8 1 sal — 
€9999ilj G999<3% f|999<il 6 9999il I 

gaft 9°dl sjei*©, 991a G99QQii€iei 1 
g^QoiTO 9°ai qfl, qqq G99©r QQS1 I 
9«19qg <M9-9°«fl, ogT gsp q© a°a1 i 

-GWOQIGQ G9 qQfl, ©$* 99Q 9S9IQ1 — 

$a©. Ggas$i£© f 

Ml $Q 39iS$ <19 g9IQ 9°alQ gqi?<i 359 
G)§G9 OQ9l$ §< 6 sjtti 9°si9 si<g goq, 60 
aicei aa 9Q Gg q^gq te£i9Q9CQ erQ9l%. 
$« I ] • 
■> I 9°£IGQQO (§. £.) — 2. Bamboo manna 

• 1 * 9<a a&aisi seas (q. a.) — 

3. A unit of weight of 4 karshas. 

^Tlfl $91— G9. 93— ^ I G9 Ml 9©M— 
Bamsi kuha 1. Blowing the flute, 

3 I G9 MlW?l$ BG9ICI9$9 B9i$ ®S|<1— 
2. Expresaing one's wishes through the flute* 

3»slyQ— s. 9. ($aaQ 009^5 Ml+aq )— 

Bamsi dhara ©a 9I9GQ Ml 8Q al<3 — 

(QalyiQJ — ^JQ^^p) Holding a flute. 

Mlaq 1 - 9— «il$gQQ pis— 

MlaiQtfl S A came of Srlktushna. 

G9. 9— 9$<a GQ9^92§99f QlSl — 

A name given to males. 
^«1 a©-S. 9- (0^1 OO5 Ml + a©)— 

Bamsi dhwani Ml 9IQ9IQ 89 — The sound 

(Ml 99 — 39^0) produced by the blowing of a 

flute. 


^€ll QQl(GQ)QQI— C9. «. { *. Ml+919© 

Bamsi baja(je)iba q<a <g>|q etc? Ml qjq© 9Q9I— 

3f?t ^sfft 1. To blow a flute, 

%g$ ^TRT, ? I OWHef) €9fa§t 9S^G9 8€ga 9Q 

%3fr <*rfi*H ©to G99I — 2. (figurative) To go 

without any reward after doing a work. . 

* 1 QG9Q 9Q 9I$9!; Ml $9 9Q 19 tf Q QI&91- 

3. To wail plaintively. 

-qrsl Q£— e- 9— $<ai99Q agei 99*3 g§9 9$ $gj 

Bamsi bata G3Q 9$ $9 S»GQ Sl^| Ml P&IQ 
^GQ— A banyan tree said to be the tree 


f under which 8rikxushna used to blow hisr- 

flute. 

[ g -^qiqq6q 9^qi^ ag^ g«ii?<i 9q sia^ 

GqG«> MlQ* GQlSt QGQ r €l QQSJ I ] 
^€(1 QQQ— e. 9«. 1°. (9?g!g5 M1 + 9QO) — 
Bamsi badana g« q^GQ Ml QOIQaK— 

(^9l 9901— 9J.) Having a flute blown with 

the mouth 

?dl QiQQ— «r. 9. ( ?ql ©Qj mI+qiw )— 

Bariii badana m!^ 9QIQ9I — Blowing of a flute. 

Q*€flq— e. ^. v. (9 B a+q9iGa ^)— 

Baaiisiya ^ » aiQ9/Q^ 9°a g^^— 

(9°as— aOi^a) 1. Relating to a family. 
(9°sl£jl, Mi! - 0) * 1 9°9fi— 2. Born in a family, 

Bainhima QI^Q*i — Excess. 
Bamhishtha sig ^q — Very excessive. 

Banks 9^^ ©Oq aQflldlGQ aiO G9Q ©lOlo 

^cUsi-Q^ 9Q9 aiQGQ fllS n$Q\ qjQ —System of 

taking bullocks on loan ( on payment of 

paddy ) to cultivate one's fields, 

Bandh Pond. 

$u 9qi— giw. (S5W1Q ) «— eai«iaia Q9i ; ^iqi 

Bandh Jiba GO'Q 991— To go out to answer the 

{4u £a| 991— «iO^) call of nature. 

<3»Q9tQQl— fliW- (3^19) •$— 9|iii ©Q G9I3 tfeiQ 

Bak-t5iba Q^QQI— To extort confession, 
©0©QI - flIGQ. (ga«i-iQ) 5— ^I©99l3 qleiQ «Q9|— 

Bak-tiba To confess; to admit- 

99 99— G9. ( a9t^9Q<a )- a— 

Bak bak * | <^G0^^9l<iei99l— 1. Babbling. 

*9g^, QQ ®^9 ? aQqQa ^ 1 a«W 9I9H SGgiei- 
999 999 f ^ 2 Gibberish. 

^^^ *> I «stiQ9 €l89l^-3. Continuous talking. 

99 OQ Q^ ^^1— G9. $— OI$9l e?lQ ^§ 9^91 — 
Bak bak kari chahinba To look on vaoantly or 
(99 v 99, €$9l—«?<iqp) helplessly; to stare, 

^ftH «BS 9\ 99 9Q «^9 etS^j V|^|(J *g ^» Qqi sh£ j 


«9Q 99 QCiQI 


( *>9« ) 


99©*9I 


9ft TO «QQ| — G9. 5 — aOfiW 9l9<t 3€£|t€l9W #819© 
Bak bak kariba ^ G9$ qj?l« €19915 3 alQ 
9»90 6991 1 9Q9| — To pratfclejto I 

99Q 99Q G99I J ^ talk too much with- 
^$^Wi «t*<*%*h<*il out any meaning or purpose. 

TO v TOfl s -GQ. (a9T$ra#) a— aiq 6 9G9ISQ <asgi9i 

Hak bakam 99 (^ g|gq|9Qr SS1^9m$9 39) — The 
99 99^9^ I to ,q Q Cooing sound of 
QQ 9^8 SJl^ I ** pigeons and doves. 

9Q9©($)«0— G9 93. (e« 91939)— 91999$ aa^l— 

Bak baki(ku)a Talkative; garrulous^ 

TOTO\Q— GQ. 9. (a. 9©ai§_)~ *. 1 «9qq eai 

Bak bajari ©§91—1, Talking incessantly. 

^m^1 3 I 2JQQQ qqsg aa«Kj QGQ83QG9 Q§9!— 
M+^K 2. Talking loudly for a long time. 
* I 9$©q#<l Ci§9,$iq 99^ 91 $15— 
3, Weariness due to talking for a long time. 
9<a— « I 9I99J9; aa^l — 1. Talkative. 

-> 1 9§s>q_Gti<] aB qS 995— 

2. Tired of talking too much. 
TO 9QIQ €901 — €9. $ — v I $al qj^M ci§9l — 
Bak bajSri heba 1. To talk for a long time in 
5*ftW «1 q*MH **?* vain. 

2. To talk loudly for a long time, 
QQQ— 91GQ. (WHQ) 9— fa 9Q3; 3!. O^Oj §©. 8- 
Bak-la 9QQ)— SJ9I9Q 9QQ; 9Qttl; QQ §9Q$ fl(*- 

Bark of a tree - 

TO €l\— G9G9. 9. (Q°)— SQ^i GSS 9^ 6 QSl 2IQS5 

Bak sat q|Q9l QIQ 9$ 9G9 9«19$© aQSQ, qp — *' 

W& %t&3 Buckshot; pellet^ 

■QQ— a. 9— (90. a|$_Q891 + ©tf. a ; 3191^, ^99© 

Baka G9I6* G63G© 99S}j 91 9TO ai^=q%1© QQ 

(9GI— *1) 9Q9l + 9<$. a) — ^ I 9% ©GfiOQ9GQ 

gJSJ <9 91© Sl^ fl^iia!, R^O*^ 6 Q-Swffqi 

^g QS| — 1- The egret; the paddy bird; 

Bubnleus Goromandus. 

[ §— €IG9© SMI9 6 9$9 99 91 9Q G9Sl'- 

ai§;sai — 

V I W\Q$ 99 91 S1IQ 9q£l I -091 <© 910 

^ G«&> 9fi I <9IQQ_Q§)SIL(§ 9QGQ ©%?{9I €U$QT 

; §C€Q 9§9IQ G93IQK1 6 4fll€Q G9I9G9I9 eifCIf); 


<I©tf <©I*19 OQ5 I (9°. 9Qi 8- €1!Q9Q53-*The 
egret; Bubuleua Coromandua) 

9 I ONi 9S) (tf. C«f% 8* ^G«? 9SK35 9°. G9IG>- 
9€l — The pond heron; paddy bir'dj Ardeola 
Grayi)j <jq|Qfij Q^ fl|f a | <jqic9 y(9G^eC9 6 
Gaiet^OGQ G9«tiiaigJ I 

* I 9qfl — 9Q 91© q4 W* 9^ (9*. 9QQ; — 
The large egret, Heradiaa Alba)j ^\qq GGIIf 
GQIf99 G9IQ 0Q919 G9SS3M | 

^ I Qtiii 9<iq— <39 919 cad; CQf9 Gflftj qsj 

Q^ff«li ^GQ Ml 6 g9©l9QI 9$ I <qiQ9 q^OQ 
(9°. elOIQfilflli The green heron; Butorides 
Javanioa.) 

* I QiO 9SI— QQ! 6 GQIQ Git; g$GQ GQ^ 
©9li G99GQ 99 O aMi.Oo 9»9SJ, (9°. ©IO " 
9GK35 The yellow bittern, Ardetta Sinensis^) 

9 I 9l&,9Cl—(9°. QQ 9QQ— The chestnut 
bittern; Ardetta Cinnamonia); 86 ag «3QQ I 

5> I GOO 9Q (9°. 9Ifi|9aq } The black bittern; 
Dupetor Flavicollia). gfg 9^9 ^q ^ qq|. 

S99GQ 9^3 W SHi ^-^QQi €Kp9ST€Q «l» G9S!I 

gieflgj 1 oaiGQ^Q 1 ] 

2 I ^IQg 9W© €19 — 2- Sesbania Grandiflora. 

*m$ • « 1 a«i5 ^saei a^ <Q39iQ qs; 

^I^HT; ^TgSfT 9Q§QI S1Q— 3 # Another speeies of 

fl. ^€13,1 tree like Sesbania. 

€Q. G9§ ^ I 99I^.Q (C9S1) — 

4. Bakaaura (See) 
* I (699^9) 99 3$ (G9«)— 

5. Baka Jantra (See) 
9 1 ftjR>qft «); 9^^ 909^g— 

6. Oeymum G-ratissimum (plant). 
9 1 %G9Q (§. 9) — 7. A name of Kabera. 

r 1 ^fl^iq 90 qawew (§. a.) — 

8, A demon killed by Bhima. 
tf I q^9G3^ (8- fl.)— £■ Name of a sage. 
TO Q®9-9. 9— <!Qg9IQ 90^9 (@. a.) — 
Baka chandana Name of a wild tree. 

[ 9— ^9IQ a$> G«1!Q 6 99; Q9 Q© 6 QIO 59. 

ga R^ 6 aooi, <iHG9 *»! v f 9o aw 1 sr»^ ^f 

^§9^IG^eiGQ9ai«iGQ QQIS3M i ] 
QQ ©§91— «!• 9. «9IQ «K» 99Q Ol^QQ ^91^.)— 
Baka chinohika G9IQ1 flIS— -A kind of slender 

fiBh. 


99©9 


( *->ro ) 


99 3«r 


©0©©— 3. 9. (99+© ai^— £>q 9Q9l-f9<§. ©9)— 
Bakajit 99IQ (G93)— Bakari (See) 

99GS — G9. 9fl— ** I99S9; 99GS; S9<1 5H§> — 
Bakate 1. A little bit, 

(9919— SIQ'iS^?) x x x©$ aiaaot4,^4 9QGftx x x 

5TCi3»i 5FTOT -> I nQ Q®t — 2. Very small; tiny. 
(81211— TOGS 9<SI GOQ <QQ <£§ i) 
9Q@J— G9. 9 — 9QIQ Q$QQ G9i<3 91 G«I91— 

Bakarda The closed pod of the cotton plant 
%^t which encloses the seed surrounded 

■$J§t bv the cotton fibres, 

[ c — <4qi erQao. eo^tciM <iq° ait cicq «^sa^ 
a'iq G9§si9i QQi^ai 9191$ ac$> i ] 

999 — G9GQ. 9- («. 9^ v =g^; ffl- S^-QCh, 
Bakata ©QIQ) — V I SSI^ — 1. Time. 

9§ jgj^Qa ' ' QQqS^IO-" 2 - Suitable time; 
<ao J i favourable or proper time, 

3^ m I 993Q 9QQ 3flq— 

^53" 3. Different times of the day. 

•* I <921Q G§l©9 $£[l— 4. One meal. 

(aai— gs 99G9 99e© «w I) 

* I 9GsaiG — 5. Opportunity. 
9 \ 2*9%; QGh — 6 - Fortune; luck. 
S> I aQ— 7. Time. 
( Ml— G3 ^16© 2D©* Q9GQ * 99® €119 
G9G$ 1 ) 
9Q9(G9)Q 96)319— G9. 9I9H (ffl. 9Gj + e. g + S. 
Bakata(te)i baliar 9Q9I9) — 9^19 QChg G9IQ 
21999— Your luck is good now. 
(aai— G91 999Q 9928®, ^ 3© 9i$Kj<^9^ 
«l3fii !) 
9999 -G9€9. 9, (efl. 990g — G#? SJ928GQ 9% 
Bakatara sti&)-~ Ql(ft — Mailcoat; armour. 

0991 -QU (OQi) 93— 9§l (G9G1)— 
Bakata 33*31 Bakta" (See) 

©9$ —91. (99i) 9—9$ (G9«0— 
Bakatra Baktra (See) 

9© 8109— *. 9<S. 9-° (QQ?HQ 9&JIQq ; 9939a ai?9)— 
Baka dharmika t | 9$ai9!9; 9$ 9EI9I5 a^9©~ 
(998(9991 —9) 1- Hypocritical in religious 

observances. 


3 I Ofl«€pH— 2. Hypocrifcical 
[Q— 99 0& 9»GQ fll9 QIC) %I9 9§Q G9GQ 

9!9iQ . aiql&9i»9 osS^oiq flia qiQ9i qgqsw 

939 OSJQQ 9 91391 Q& G3^ GQ9 SU^QIQ 9IQIQI 
9G9 9!gQ < 9GS^ SGSJISI 9^jgj<i 1] 

Q© 2lJIQ — 3. 9. — 95? 319%, ^§91 9Q GQTei9 Q^GQ 

Baka dhyana <9S>^©I — Perseverance or concen- 

(9Q 2h|Q| — 9«tQ9l09 93.) trated attention given 

to a particular matter (like an arden 

sitting on the look-out, for hours together 

near the water, for catching a fish*) 

09Q1 — G9G9. 9. (ffl. 9TOI) — t I ^^199109 

Bakana 9h9§9 <9 g©IQ €1^— A long-necked 

^^tfj ^f^t spouted water pot used by 

qqftT, Wpir Mahamedan?, 

2. Big pot of brass. 
Q® @SW— ». 9— 99IQ (G9«) 
"Baka nisUdana 
(99 G9^> 99^9ff — «Qi%8) 

00 QaO-g°. 9 — 01^0 flWQ 9^9 99^1^9 qg 
Baka panchaka <J9i<9€(l Ol^gJ^I od^ Ql?!90— 
The last live days of the lunar month of 

Karttika. 
[§— <3 SI1399 289*3 GQ199 ©€<5» J ©go a§ G9 
<| 2[^9ff 9Q3IG9 q$| SIS «!«§ Qtg l] 

9Q qj| -«. 9. (< 3f 99 9Q «09tQ9^ ^91^)— aflgl, 
Baka pushp a OQ 6 «§Q SIQ— Seabania Grandi- 

flora (flower and tree),,. 
G9- 9.— e 1 &90ti; €|Q€S ffQ— 

1. Leucas f ower. 


Bakari (See) 




09. e^s^ap^R 1 


-> 1 9CI$QI (G9«)— (960^1. 5^q.ei) 
2. Bagahuia (See) 

QQ $^— *. 9« — 99 aiWj ®°i $& QflOflql— ' 
Baka biutti Hypocritical. 

9 — 99ai390li 9^J9i — Hypocricy. 

99 99—^.9—99 qfo ^^ 819991 — 
Baka brata Hypocricy. 

3. 93. 3,°— 99 ai?!?— ■Hypocritical. 

99 901— 3. 9^1. V — 9§ 93^) — Hypocritical in- 
Baka brati (992®^ — ^) religious matters; 


9©SJ 


( *>n ) 


9©$S 


(9©§©qq, 9©§©q$— a©iq,a)[s — q\%qq 9©9«iq 

©©§©«! 2 <q r$# ©§© G9ioa© i aai — 

9©§©oq > q,1 acai<$4i €©*$©©» qi&iao ©g©8 

©©goqetdl J eJGOi&ni-stf©<p9©g©o£q9 , ©8; 
adi©— wqi aGaigf g^ qidb©, soQiaqqa, 
«o, Qaii©N, flip ©©^1 2'§^% 9©9©oq 
GQiqsaxi I ] 

Bakama Sappan wood; Caesalpinia SappaD; 

sr. apicr, g§Cr", a|QCI*, the log wood. 

Qg3i©, TOOT, Q&©, [ §— <WI ©W©l© QQQ 

Q|©ft©, s^jq, qoQQ cratfiqe ©«i q^. i ©ioq 

TO*j-*ftW fl® ©Ql I < ©tO$[3£IQGft 

*$H; <mf»I €S§ ai&GiCf'Q QlS 9I9IGQ, 

fl."g©cr '" ©§g© ais Qcrraw, ©^$©1 

G©. <8©§©^ SJCII6Q <3 QCT QSR 2GQ 

oi. ©sal, a^cr ©i§ t ap 9§a| . I ejq 

eri. 9©a ©o©« i «©i 9<ai q»gq 

a. 9©9 ere* i 

cwscift gogc? <jqi flag g$, dtosisfy <9I 8q, 

QQ <a$— S. ©. (G99H©) — G©7$l3 Q©93©aQiei4©a©Q 
Baka jantra QglQ G9^J% 919IQ9I ©Ifl 1 ^ ©Qq? 9Q 

©ori ©a ©ig* GQQ eigi ©qQ a©© ©iqqi ©sgq 

9h9Q© 9$— A. crane-Decked apparatus 
used for distilling; a still; a retort. 

©©(G©)qi— G©G©. © 6 W— ©©*JI JG^S) 
Baka(ke)ya Bakiya (See) 

©©Q ©©Q G9©I — OT. Q. «T- ©$ a '§.) — 
Bakara bakara heba $aiG© ^.910 ©8©l— 
W ^ ^Tl a«b<«tl; TO*: 3*^ ^rr To prattle. 

©©q(Q)— G9OT, 9. (*. Q©©=a^si©©5 ©*,i n. ©©$ 

Bakar5(ri, — Wl$, GaiG9S!©3 aQQ^I ©IQ© aa, 
^3t(fl) ^3T(^) GQO)— GS«)— G oat. 

QOQQ— G©69. 9. (a. 99® *J©) — Q© 9^5 (3§GQ 
Bakarld. 9©Q aai© €€ll%S 9QQ ©qai<] 91 
(9$t©— a©iqp) 9© QgflQi <a 3 ) qgwiQfliftor ag.90- 
3 4>| fo ©|© as?— -A festival of the Mahotnedana 
55^3 for off eri »g victims. 

«%IOT« -«WI€Q ow© gqoa q« ftS?IQ^ W- 


GQQI^L 3|© G99l% 4)*©Qr fH^ICQ q»Q filG 
«WIQ ©Q9I flIQ ^9i«% 6CIIM ^Hl 91 G^^ 
Q§)Q I GSg 0%aiQ 9l€jO ^%9 ^GKWGO <@ 
9PQ|Q 3^GQ %S*I«I 91 9Q9IQ QQ§ 1 <3 Q^Q 

W$(% 01) — OT^. «— («T. 9^$il=©Q<g©!; S1G9Q 
Bakrnna(nna, na) Qff G9Q flWQQSpratfi) — 

^^^(=n) 1 1 9$Qiogqs>i e«ifi 39a fiii*)— 1, a oow 

^^^(JTT) which has long given birth to a calf; a 

cow which has gone dry. 
9 I (ff. 9%«=-9?«a 9l§q!)— 991; fll^ 9I§<5]> 
W^QI 99I — 2. A female calf. 

* I S^g^©! €11^—3. A cow which has 
recently given birth to a calf; 

M><|l(All) QP — OT- P— * I S<Wg^©l €!l^JQ ^ OT» 
BakrnnS(nnS) dudha ^a— (ftGfl)— 1- Milk of 8 
^^t^( <=A>H 1 ^T newly delivered cow. 

2. Milk of a cow which has gone dry. 
QQfi(GI) — G9. Q— IV. 9Q©; SI. 9<M)— V I 9^%. 
Bakala(la) «19Q flQ— 1- Bark of a tree. 

(9^«l[©]— affiq.9) ^^ ^^ 

3$!aCQ «S$ €ffi«« 9«0— ^8«°9- fl§l«QO- 9» I 

> I £TQ2I^Q GG^QI — 2. Rind. 

• I Q|2fl aiQO ^091 a©OI Q»— 3. Thin layer 
of skin peeling off from a sore. 

v I <3©g©iQ aiq — 
4. A species of pigeon. 
[ o — <jqigorQ ©4 apQ 6 ©^ ^W act I ] 
©qq«— G9OT. a. (©eeia) (ffi- W^«W «« 

Bakalam 91 G^l^l^)-"^^^ €1*00© W 6ja§© 

^5^ ^qq Q| Gft«l9©l ©IS © 3©* ©I9IQQ 

^5W 9^«© a©«* ©G^l ©C19I— The practice of a. 

person signing for an absent or illiterate 

executant (literally, through the pen of 

another) 

W— f ©©fttf flfll aOTGQ^C^-Oone^ocording. 

to the practice of Signing for another person. 

99Q3 ©Q©l— OT. * (©©6l»i *- WWj-Mo* ^^ 
Bakalam kagba ©19 *Q ©^ ( -To sigh^he 
T^sm t^{ name of another perBon; to ^ign 
I mzm ^^n through the pen of another. 


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5W*[?^5 9i$9 SISQ — Signature through 

spCaTST <$W^d the pen of another. 

QOQ(^)Q n -G?GQ 9— (Q°*99g)— ai% ©99 99Q103- 


Bakala(li)s ^ ?ffi cJ<fcoHd 


Buckles- 


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G9. 9^1. q?. (q° 9I0QI9)— awis© (G*©icr 
'[9<j!(<£ )&-- aft, *^p] Qs^)~ Unmarried (European;) 

«9Ql— G9G9. 9. # (at 9<aq1— G9©9g$gi1 q99#ew)— 
Bakasi ^ | qg^qi^ qeqQQiMr 9EJQ9 gaiff 

(991 — 2JQSQ3) ©9?q<3! — 1- The chief ministerial 
*&$\ t|4»4J) officer under the Mahommedan 

V 

rules. 
«nv§i Qft QQ ec» ^^cci 
9*g areola 39iais>;<a— s?$ia. gnaoQcr i 

[ 5 — ^fllGff q9Sl1 91 9^91$r QQQg 6 OlfiBM 
9?j 9193 a«5 I ] 
5 I 9S&QS? QIOCiQf 9991*3! — 2. The assistant 
Nazir in the Collectorate. 

* I giolo 6?ai q9i«qr «alo ggmqq? qqm — 

3. The title of generals in the army of 

ancient Orissa. 

[ g— 693IQ 9©s1 G«ii9ai aoa© qpis? sacjGQ 
gaia G39ia©Q 9I& 9$gG<% i 9saQ#q$G9 

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•Q9I — G9. 9. ( ». 9©^|<^ 5 *. qp ai$«-q<9« gQQf ) — 

BakS t | CjgQl- Q©^ Qg$|_ 

^V.^J^I 1- Talking; prattling. 

TOTT > I €1105 $$frl — 2 Rebuke, 

* I 99l<19 ( G9« )— 3. Bakasura (See) 

* I G9I9I ( G9<3 )— 4. Boka ( See ) 

SIGQ. (fiRMS) — $91 ( G9S )-Ba5ka ( See ) 

99l(€9)Q9l— G9. 3 — 9991 $£[19 5?9$ qg^ 

Baka(ke)iba The causative form of 'BakibS. 

■■^tH 3 I <a9IQ9l; §ai 9§© qgq Qai q^qi^ qi^ 

W*WI 9Q9i^2. To cause one to talk .much 

* ...v in vain. 


991 GIIQ<5M — G9. -9 — 9Q* 9 G99|— To be rebuked. 
Baka khaiba ^,*(^fft) *«l Tl^ften^ 

(991 0IQ9I, 991 €$91 — SIQ^a) 
991 <9I— GO. 91. 9—99! 9ft) *( G9S ) 

Baka jhaka Baka banS ( See ) 

99i€l gonial QHiq — s?. (Qg^id) — qai aai — 

Bakanda pratyasa nyaya Vain hopej (an ana- 
logy ) a hope which can not fulfilled (like- 
crane following a bull). 
[ g— tfilGIQg ctawisl 99 9fl1 O^Q9l Q^Q 
Q^I9 ^igGQI^^ flfli §?» 99, $$ 21^91^ «9 
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99 qwq m<\\$Q aiai giq ^o© G9IQ ^^99 
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aid QQ?aiG9 ^ aisii^ 6 91$$ 96gq 9a§ I 

OSiaicf gtflGQ 99% 'aitfj 9€|(5j' G9IQ3M I ] 
991 GQQI -SIG9- ( q«l9gfi ) «— 9<39 b|q* ©^ 
BakS deba £G}mQ aio ggp ao s % gjfl^ll© pqq <$& 
9QQ9I Q1Q 2)19 G99I— To lend the service 
of one's bullock in return for some paddy. 
991 991— G9 9. («- 9© a|% & ^ ai^)— " 
Baka bana t | ag. q^j|<3 q§qj 

WIQ ;ia«Nqa J - T ~ »™h "king* 

991 9fllf ^31 9I9W— 2. Rebuke. 

^^W«1 * l aG9i!49iG9 €119 99G9Q— 
^KTT ^3*5!T 3. Mutaal rebuke, 
99I€J— e. 9. ( 9g| 9©^; 99+2IQ )— 
Bakftri ^ | ai^g— l,8rikxushna. 
3 I ^jq— 2. Bhima. 

99l%9— ?. 9—^ I «H9SQT ?ig 9© 991^9 ai99Ga«- 
Bakasura 1. a demon (who had assumed the 

shape of an egret to devour SrJkiushna) 
killed by 8rlkyushna. 

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SBG9QGQ < 99%0 a|Q« 9Q §9^9% J3IQ m ^^ 
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9*»$Q $9G£> QQglO Q^QI gd^CQ C3§ 8Q9IQQ 
GCIIM GQQQ OOiqQ 5)9$$ Q9IQ 8|© fl§X3, G©$ 

qqqiqgq $oo cq« qoq i aigosiw aiqi q$ 

<1?10 OlOd 2I9Q9 G9IQ TOdllO flWI q$ qs«Q 

aq^fl sssj Q^fl^Ga, oid egpff eg§9 Wigos 
SGGr G3§ a§9l9Q sosi^ o aoiQ qi qqo^gq 
3jgs? «qa ©Ot^ floiq, ^£99 G9GGI 6 ««K?gi6Q 
^p 2IS& 90%% QIC* ©I 3G£r q$ OQ, ©I9IQ 
£13013 ©Q, OOQSI QQ<3]^ ©STO OQSJGQ I ] 

^e» 9ia— ©§C9. 9. (q°) (ora)— Q°£$Q gqiki s§9 

Baking-ham q|^2 & OS19C} OKI — Buckingham,* 

^pP'^fa a county and a town in England. 

9&3CT [ Q— <9I £$OQ Q^Gja^ 6 GM« 

OQ1Q ^Q ^pGQ S^gO I <301GQ Q°$$Q q©IST9 
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®«q— SIC9. (flOOl©) 9— 9Sq— 

Bakioha Garden. 

0*91— GO. 5. (*. 90 K ai%9)g a|§=.©^9l)— 

Bakiba ^ | Q\Q G99I — 1. To rebuke. 

^1 CGlO SQCff 9iQ 90C9 <19 3Q69 ^© ) 

} I SiGOO qflqaw 3891 — 

2. To talk for a long fcime_ 

* I aiciQaa goia 9Q9i — 

3. To talk incoherently.; to prattle. 
€>©(69)3U(*0— €?W. M. (0€>Q2l) (at 6 «. 90^1, 

Baki(ke)ya(a) ooi^^i^ 919 goi)— ajpo 

9!G9^I ^J 91© f[9l — Eemaining outstan- 

WS"<«) l aSHOQ ding. 

919 9*SJI J ^- $— * I £JP%9I« QQ99IQISi- 

^»I9 QQQ J 1, Arrear works. 

3CWt ^ I W W%9l«g9l AMI 9l--fl|€n— 

q^qf 3. Arrear rent or due; arrears. 

^«qi «9«— 6$W. 9. (99OT) (m. 90^(4.490101)— 
Bakiya khajana QJrM0fll04Q QIMI^ €1191 gel 


(SQOIftSMI — 9a<3!0) 28QI^ » G9Q 91© 

^Rfl <trW5TJ Q9ej|< — Arrear rent for year or 

33>rar^l5inr years other than the current 

year. 

9©qi 01$ — G9. 9«. (0©Q«)— GIO ^0^91© 9§>?(9I- 

Bakiya baki Last year's arrear. 

(S©9IS* 919—99*5!©) ^t^d ^t#t TOTO 5fPKt 

OQI -». 9- 93. (90+«)— ^ I ^1 OISI^ 90; 9qft1— 
Baki 1, A female egret, 

-> I OOI^QO $€$6»1i qpOl— '2,« The sister of the 

demon Baka, who was w killed by 

Srikiushna. 

<ieo qiq q§9 © i ^a%.w^fiww sg fiqsq 951 1 

O^BI— GO. 9«. q. — Cfl 9^9 9G0 91 <IG8; 91999 — 
BakuK (9G0Q, 9G0I4J— $1) * Talkative. 

g%q— e. 9—^ I qfl-Qi #1 (§■ a.)— 1 - The SUD - 

Bakura 5 | ^q (@. a.)— 2. Trumpet. 
• I 90p (9. «.)— 3. Lightning. 
O^fi) — ST. Q— MQ996a9; 9^» €12— 

Bakuja Mimusops Elengi {a flower tree). 

ao*--s. §acw?, [ g— «i ©qot« 9a i 

a|gCoaqo,OQ%a ^q OQ ^9 9Q9s«, GI9 
6. 9^a «icw>qg 6 9<a$GQ ctg^ i <9iQ 

^T CTO GQISW 6 ai©GQ 0«UW- 

q£fflS ^feil Qo( C3G9 i «8 GfllM I £ttft 

eo. GaiGiQGO|^ ai«3Ql qaaw SSI ^?9IQ <13iQ 

Oi. Gfll€199 ■ ^91^ QG9 I COQiO «9GQ <9l 

q. G9i«% 9QGSIS11 QQ, W, 4fc ^9 6 Q$GQI4 

0190 I <9IQ ra q^qo^isj, § o, 9oegi90, "<S 
Q$Q 9QQ10I90 I 9^Q GQRQ ©»iCQ OI9 «€Q 
qiq m 90 ^<3 I ] 
Q^a aaiouaii— e. 9— o^q 3^1919^1 (eo«) — 

Bakula amabSsya Baula amabaaya (See) 

(930 mm, 9^0 aai9ig«ti— c^a© q,a) 
o^fi— w. 9. (g 1 . 9qq)— <. 1 oioao% afi * a $ 91 Qg 

Bakuii m— 1. Layer of dried up phlegm inside 

^pft; TOft the nostrils, 

fer^T ^ I flOSWQ W ® fl ™ G^ai— 2. Dry skin 

or peel of a healing wound or sore, 

0$0*i— e. Od. (90 x ai$=Ofi9l+©4. ©9m)— 
Baktabya «. I 91OM3 021^; 0g9l€) G3I«H— 

1, Speakable; proper to be spoken. 


9g9i 9$£J 


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9$ 


7 I 9191 $§91^ G99— 2. To be epoken. 
9 — <• I S5I9— 1. Proposal, 
? I 92U — 2, Speech. 

o$Q<* 9<aq— s. 9— 9g©iQ W^I^O 9g— 

Baktabya bishaya Subject-matter of a lecture or 

I speech. 

©91— a- 93. V. (9©ai§+9$, ®i ^§ w, \fli. w)« 

Bakta 9|Ci|; 9l93t — Able to speak fluently. 

(9SJI— «fl) eloquent- 

e. 9, q? — Q219; 9£}©IQI<3— Speaker^ lecturer. 

-o§qiQ N 8«©— ww. (ffifl)--aqi s>cqiQ€J qoispIq eas 

Baktiyar khiliji qstCQ QQ9GQ $9^ e$$9l 3«*» 

*Hslft*mJ5sW>3R . ^$©q — One of the Mahomedan 
kings of the Khiliji dynasty who ruled 
in India, in the 13th century A.T). 
Q§©|— S. 9. ( 9§+^9. ©I)— V I 9193^91; 9|£9l— 
Baktiuta 1. Eloquence. 

3 I GfiW>p9| 9g|Qr Q«[0 9<3£J— 
2. Lecture; a speech; an address. 
Q$ei G€)9|— G9. « — 9^G€J Wfefl 9§q 9g9l— 
Bakt?uta kariba To deliver a lecture; to address 
(9^91 CQ9I — ta^^a; a meeting, 

5fySt <*3l «H?f ^BIT, SWR ^??fT 

Q$GI «I$9I — G9. $. (9ifir)— 1 I 9§9I QQ9I— 

Baktruta jhardiba 1. To deliver a lecture. 

*f$*g\ 3tfs5l 5 I TOGto Q99I— 

TOR %<«U 2. To talk much, 

Q$9 — *• 9- ( 9§+qi9. $ )— Qiaoi— 

Baktiutwa Eloquence. 

Q%— e. 9. ( QO ai^OgQI + QQd; p )— 
Baktra v | qj|. alf — 1. Mouth. 

5 ! WG; ^9 — 2- Face. 

(aai— 9§s% a$9$l ) 

* ! G§99 aGGlSGas — 3. Name of a vedic 

metre, 

* I ©39 qq ( Wffl ) ( fi. 399IQQ )- 
4, Tagara ( plant ). 

* I 9l£hlQS£ (§. €!.) — 5. The beginning of a 

work, 
9 I siff^SQ QQ $GQ19Ga« (@. a.) — 
6, A Sanscrit metre. 

G9G9. 9. (at 9q©e)— og©Q (G9<s) — 

Bakatar (See) 


- S*S$ c$ <a©»nft ^^ fiw tfspw 

Baktraja Produced from- the mouth or face. 

(9391—3,1) 9— (9§ior q«% ©io'ctiq^qi^)— 

§ljg$l— -A Brahman a (said to have been 
born from the mouth of Brahma). 
9$ Q€l— €9. 9. (9$$1§j 93 + 93* <99^a)- q9<Sl — 
Baktra dasa Rabana the king of Lanka, who 

had -ten heads). 

Q% 3^ — *. 9- (^- 0- GQ3'9VQ 9<S?l9QI Q|) — 

Baktra paflja GQIQI 9KW «IIQQIQ G^lt^l G©I99I- 

A gunny bag of corn attached to the 

mouth of a horse from which it eats. 

OQ9 G<3I©IQ <$ PIG* ^JQ 31Q Q«| 3I< I ] 
•©^ fllfi)1— GQ. W. 9.°. (9^ + qiogj Cfl|. w)— 

Baktra mail 9^ qfilp^ — Having many heads; 
(9$ SIM— '$) many-headed. 

9$ 6«W(l'-<r. M- (9$ + ^ai^+Q^, ^fll. ^9. )— 
Baktra sodhi <jg^! q|^q (©|9^j|q) — 

Purifying tha mouth (betel etc). 
9 — OTte GR?i— Citrus Medica (a species of 

orange). 
Q$IQQ — 3. 9- (9. Q, GQ; 9^ ^)8?© aq9) — 
Baktrasaba e i Sia^q©) QlfQ QQ— 1. Saliva. 

> I 2JO; GQ9 — 2. Spittle. 

Q^SI - "^' ^ (^<»i '- 9§9I)— 9^01 QOl — 

Baktrima Airs assumed while giving a lecture; 

mode of delivery of a lecture, 

S>$— ff. 93. (9ft9 ai^=9fi5Tl CT9I+94 Q)~ 
Bakra v | ^sjij ^fQ— 1. Curved; crooked. 

^ I 9Q saiQ^9l— 2. Bent, 
*» I -9Q — 3. Cruel. 

v I %0«li aO^ g9iq$IQ$—4. Fraudulent. 
* I 9999 — 5 Unfavourable. 
9 I G^Qa — 6. Oblique, slanting. 
9 — * I 9|£?i €919 — 1 A bend; a curvature. 

J I €10 6 flCTft 99^2- Toe planets Saturn and 

M«rs v 

•» I 9GIGJ 91991 (8- a ") C^ 31 ) — 
$. Tagara paduka (See) 

^ I GQ$ (9- 9.) (G9^)— *. Parpata (See) 


9$ $e>Q 


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£ I 9$1 99 (G9«l) — 6. Bakri graha (See) 

W. 9— 9$ QI9> 2i©<i©iaQ Olq CQI4I91? QSQS 

S8I9 S^i— Name of disciple of Aohyuta- 

nanda GosSin. 

<?# €$QQ — 69. 9. (*• S># + Q$$) - 0*1 Ml — 
Bakra utara Jest. 

»l€« S99 PISQ C9@ CfllSS 1 ffiJQ 

Bakra gati GSI$ €9IQ ^Ql— 1. Tortuous 

movement; curved motion. 
J I (9§§18) ao C ; m— 2. Serpent. 
* I QQ 9^— -3. A wicked person. 

v I €10 ^^l"""*- A orookfid person; a cheat; a 

swindler; a crook. 

93— <* I 9SI G9IQ CI© QSJ.319I— 

1. Moving tortuously. 
3 \ QQ-§1> SO — 2, Crooked; fraudulent. 
Q^Q- «. 93. V- (9§§1@ 5 99 + Ql9l)~ 
Bakra grlba £H9|Q G9Q 9Q'I— Having a curved 
(9$gl9i— 3,1) neck - 

(9$g|9S>l— 9) 9— Qf , 6t— The <»meL 
Q$Q8j-S. 9^1. (9§§1§; 9$-i-€>\)~ 

Bakra chajachu SJ19IQ M 9^rl — Having a 

curved beak, 
9— qOQflli q« — Parrot. 

as ©sfq— w. 9. is. 9#+©fl%)— ^ i wr 6©§awj 

Bakra daunra $1 9l$$M9Ca3— *• An armlet 
9«5fl ©(C9)^q -, consisting of a series 

wro(60)^aJ ther * 

2. A bow-shaped ornament worn on the 

chignon. 

s$ ©9Q ess $? S3 

Q««k— *. 9. <9^>i^— %t© C99I+Q9. 30)— 

Bakrana 9$ dQty 9QIQ9I$ Q£ QQ9I— 

f Curving; bending. 

QWI<$)— «r. «?• (9®+q9:^>4?W^^ — 

Bakrata(twa) Crookedness. 

€>$i>i(qi)»— e. 9. (99SI83. w+«»;- Qi»>— 

Bakrata(D»)la q9€Q ej^rl99l <93SIQ 9I9*— 

A kind of mubical instrument blown by 
'.'■.. the mouth. 


©« $$— S..93. ^°. (V?9l9i 9$ + $fl )— 

Bakra tunda sji^i gj$ qsji- 9Qfl9]9t — Having a 
(9-8^1— %1) curved or bent mouth* 

9 — V I $S>8S]5 $&— 1. Parrot. 
-> I.QGGS— 2- Ganesa. 

Bakra damshtra SJI9IQ Q[^ 9$rl— Having our- 
(9-$ 9°J|I — $1) ved teeth or tusks. 

9 — V I SJMfo 9101 — 1. Hog; boar, 
9 I (9&H) 9QTI 9IS) — 2. Curved tooth. 

0$ 9§— «- 9- (Qtfaij 9^+9%)— 

Bakra drushti ^ | 9]qf ^?|$ll — 1. G-lance with 
the corner of the eye; ogling*- 
> I Gtq ^91^11 — 2. Squint-ayed look. 
* I C921^C39 9^ — "3. Unfavourable look. 
v|jj)Q g^ — 4* Seoul; angry or sullen look, 
961— 6*g— Squiat-eyed. 

q@9@— s. 9^i. qf — i i 9^95 oq&eii (<. a)— 

Bakranakra Backbiting. 

(9*&9I— «(]) ff.9-— ^ I ©5&G<5II$GQ3 (§. «.)— " 
1. A backbiter. 
J I qffflal (§. a.)— 2. Parrot. 

Q® 0«— e. 9. (Q^li 9$+Q5i)— t I 9qri Ci^— 
Bakra nakba 1. Curved nail or talon. 

(9$ ©arc*— a<?iq,9) /i (9^1g) g°g aq.6 asal — 

9^ S>3| | -i 2. Beasts and birds of pray. 

9$ Ofliq J W- V- (^?Sl8) W« °3 Wl— 

Having curved nails. 

Bakra nasika S3I9IQ OIQ 9QJ— Having an aqui- 
(9$0I§Q!— <!) linenose r 

9— C999i £9$— An owl. 

Batra puchchha 3I9IQ -Qfif 9 Wl — 

(9^81—^1) Saving a curved tail. 

9* qji— i 9.. (9$^i& 9« +i«— ^ i ac § ^a— 

Bakra pushpa 1. The Sesbania Grandiflora{tree). 
9 \ OQSI 02—2. The Butea Frondosa (tree), 

3. The Sesbania grandiflora flower. 

3akraya ' P«ce. 


KmJS 


■** GQ«I 


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9€S1€> 


Q$ GQGII— ^ 9. ■(©*«) — mQQ GQ«H; 9(?l ci!9— 
Bakra rekha A carved line. 

■$*»— "*. M. V- (9§^1§; 9S+flfirt — 
Bakranga «, | 9^1 G9993^l — 
(9$IGr1 — $1) 1- Having- a curved body. 

> I 2l9Q9tGF — 2. Having the body bent/- - 
$ — ^ I 9°q— I. Swan. 

> I Stff (§. 9) — 2. Snake; serpent. 

«$«© €f<3l$G} S«l- 9-9l9iMW996«— 

Bakrita ej,eshantara siesha A figure of speech. 

[ Q— BQfl^W 99§ ©9WSta ©9Q§Q 99 9Qf 

<§ *IG$IQQ Q9I99«S1 I Sia|— 

qG9 9Q SBSIOq. 93© q&9 

9Q QG9 91 BQ9 QIQfll $£9 I 

qsp 9Q W 9$ 9Q 99 

%q«? 9Q *«© 99 Q$^G«I9 i ] 

Bakrima(ma) £ i 9$Q9— 1. Crookedness 
? 1 qfQQI; $OQl — 2. Fraud. 

^>$V— S. W. SL°. (9-9+QQ; ^fll. *9.)~ 

Bakri e I 9$ q,6Q a9§9— 1. Situate in a 
(9$&f) — $) tortuous position 

3 I WIOTSq* 9$€1ISl — 

2. Moving in a tortuous manner. 

*> i aa^ii flidijL s§> a&% ca a© qgq (§. a.) — 

3. Moving backwards. 

tf. Q — ^9 (S $9919)— The Buddha. 

^>31 fl9— *. 9. (9§ff+99; €S3Q 99 9-8QQ 9GQ)— 
Bakri graha ^qoig. *>° a°a 9<*iGQ OQ§e 99 
(g # qj — A planet within 30 degrees of the 

sun. 

[ 5 — G3SJ 99 £>© $&%$?> <99lQ0 eiQiQlf^ 
a^M ©l$_«IQ9$1 91 39I9S1 99 OTIQQM 1 aCFQ 

Bakrokti ©at— 1. An equivoke, 

> I GC1<3 9!9<i — 2. A pan, 
* I SJjWIOT 91 Q$Q — 3. Evasive reply. 

4. (rhetoric) Punning. 

[ Q— ©SI9Q <9I^GQ gqg WQ «9S ©Gtf G3C9 
^ OTG9 99S 9GQ QI9IG9GS 9GSI9 OBQIQ 


§<] I <3Q\ 9QSQIQ, aal — Gf3 QQ$\q 6 Qiq, 
9G«I^ I G$<3 96$I§GQ 9gl <19 «9€Q G3^ 39 
91 9Wi SGqici TO aw # SIffH GQ9 oiq 6<a «a«Q 
99^1 9GQ I «l% 9G^I^GQ 9^IQ W3Q^ 91 
90©QCflq. 3«>i Q9GQ 99^1 ^^^J^ I 
G€j<a9G^t^,Q 6J9l9Q^t saa! : — 

gq— 9iq^l astiGQ — , Q©^ ^?G9 

9IGt 2lS9ia 9I§ I 
€}^9— «*<G9 Si^^ S9i9 ^S?Q ! 

©©a© © ©as, 

«ms4 SIS — QGQ m w 'ft 

gqgQ 1 b^9o ? 

«l^9G«l^Q ^9199^1 3a| — 

«W| ^ Q9G9 99^19 9filfil T 

<jQ«a— tafiwriQ oq3«1 i] 
^e«i?Qi— «. 9-(9^+6q+o+a)— ffo ' \% «3^ 

Bakroshthika 93GQ Ql§ 8g$ 3»|, G99Q 60 MO 

9«^<I (@. a)— Smile. 

99 ( 8i^_ ) — ^ — 399 G991 — To be gathered 

Baksh (root) together; to conglomerate. 

©A-— 69. 9— («t. 9fl8)"~^ a8 (C^l) 

Baksha Bakshab (See). 

9S8— *. 9— (waiSL+^4- aaj— 1 -i ?.SL> a©j ^Q 
Bakshah ^@ {§ Q999 flaig»> G3^ 6 €999 Stehg 
g^,«g aqjg o a — 1. The breast; bosom; chest. 
-> I 9«9 (g. Q) — 2. Bullock. 

9fl8€fl®l— %- 9— (^11 99; 998 + Ql<2il)— <. | a© 9Q©-» 
Bakshah pi tela 1. Pain in the breast; chest 

complaint. 
J I SHaiGQP — 2. Pulmonary consumption; 

pthisis. 
Q88§G> -S. 9. ( ^ TO; 998 +3^)— flQ^ qjjy Qf« ^ 
Bakshahsthala G99©OOI^G9$ aa«j^ G999 QMIQI 
(9G«*G9a — aOM^fl) £l «l— The region of the breast. 
(9flfl» — G93Q^a) 
qq1— «• 9— (99 ai^H-tf})— ^gS«i (g. a)— 

Bakshi Flame. 

QGfllG— «. 9— ($009 99^9; 998+©9 ai^+9$.?J ; 

Bakshoja sai^t 998^0^ ©G^)— flG£jl£IQ ; $ g©. 

(9G9l^9— -aOi%,Q) Q9»i ^a— The female breast; 

the mamma; teat t 


©S9ISI 


( ***$ } 


Q«q QS1IQ91 


Bakshyamana 9§9*i (@, a) — 1, Speakable, 

* I Q3QQ 9«£jl^Q — 

2. Subject of discourse or talk. 

* I SI9I €9IQS)I^ 38- 3. Being spoken of. 

-TO— G969. 9. (q°. 9^) — qioq ess «aaiQ. qiot— 

Bakaa ^ 3W; TOST Box. 

Baksis(bi) aiQ£QI<§Q — 1. Reward. 

^Sfa 3^©l 8Q— 2. Tip given to servants; 

*WS(^r)^lter. gratuity; bonus. 

Stete '©I)— G9. 9, (QQl 9G«9I$ $Q. 3. 9<2)— 
Bakharga(r^a) \ | 9d9 ; GQIOqiQ — 

^fe5l;^M^ 1. Noise; complications, 

3#£t 3 I ^QQIj QQ — 2. Quarrel. 

* I 91*11; QQ — 3. Obstruction. 

v I 2B9^ — 4. Objection; interruption 
$$l— 9«)§)«Ji (G9«) — Bakhardia (See) 

0«© 4QI(GG0QQI— N. §— G^fefl SI&GQ $g Qag© 
Bakharda laga(ge)iba qqqi — To raise 

9«9 £<g(GQ)£i9l | objection or obstruction or 
Q«9 9I9IQ QQ9I S — SIGiqfl complications in a 

9«9 ag 99W(Gt)Q9l J matter, 

Q*3i§)Sfl — w. M. 9? — e i 9C!$aj gsi coiQflia 91 «ra§ 

Bakhardia ggQ — 1. Noisy. 

W<$i1 1 - > I 03 9!&! ©I© QGQ— 
Q«iGQ$ J 2. Obstructive. 

* I QQ^QI— 3. Quarrelsome.. 

v I 9qft«li GSTOI— 4. Wicked; wanton. 

* I SflGQQig — *>' Habitually objecting. 

9 I Q€!i£)Si«2fl (9Sq) — 9. Full of intricacies* 

intricate. 

■«€iq— €Q. 9. (e. EtaioiQ) — ^9 sang acQi% 99% 

Bakhara 0$flta9lr^i GQIOQ — Room; compart- 

^tWl %*KI' ment; room of standard dimensions. 

Qi qes eve «se $?i <?$q9ia 

<K? 9$$1Q GW * 9», 5> 91© 9* ■« 91© C9lftai<l I 

wq 6 6$ioq qa^ gGW *q@ e, g?^» 6 s$ 

.€€1130 $H G9IOQ9 QQqidl «©I%19 9«q G9IQ 


0IGQ, **U <S 9«qQ 'araKlOiq^ G8S G9IQ3IGQ; 6 
ga 9SqQ q1fliflaiTO*« $9 GSS G9l6q Q§9lG9 l] 

G9G9. 9. (ffi. wq)— -* i «i o s5 q« - 

5M&1 1, Share. 

«PGTCT -> 1 BCdlQIQ »rQ^IQ — 

2 , Partnership concern. 

* I Q\% VSJiq— 3. Partition 

v | qS QIQhGQ ^QOtil? q^HQQ QQ QQ 910 

9Q9I 6 £Ift W GQQij ^©laiieQ q«QIQ— 

4 t The system of division of labour and 

produce in agriculture. 

[ g — <i§ eiaGQ qsi 510 ggq q«q a© 3900- 
qca stew 9iVfo ^< I 3 
Qeiq 0Q9I— €9. ^— e. 1 99 os^ss ea% g^ioqsq 

Bakbara karibS ^€^ QQ9I — 1. To partition a 

3^?rt ^^1 big bouse into compartments. 

*GRT**?TT 3 \ 9l39li 9QQ QS19I; ^Q QQ Q^ 

^l§ q^qi — 2. To partition; to divide into 

allotment. 
«» | 9«g dQ:91 (G9«)— 3. Bakhara dbaribg 

(See) 

QSIQ QI9— G9C9. 9^» 6 9- (ffl)— «°al9l8; q«9IQ; 
Bakhara dar g|^9l§— Cosharer; partner. 

o«q qiq— e'9W. 9. (eri)— ^ o al9iQ 5 aQ<3s6ffa^ 

Bakhara dari 9|S €P9I qQ; 3q9G!— 
^raWfl Rwiill<i Partnership. 

QSiqdQQI — G9. « — G9f^9 ®9% 5!«GQ 91 qiWQ 
Bakhara dhariba q,<a QQ^I —To hold a land on 
<?«q C091 I bhag or partnership; to 

QCl^GQ £15191 J ^ hold land on the system 
^430)4 <^1 of division of labour and produce, 

QGIQ 0«H(WI)QQI-*G9* 3— Qa 93IQ9I; €9T«3 Wm^ 

BakharS basa(se)iba a b €!l9lQ3IC>fiJr flaHGQ 9«3i^ 

^BTl ^!H 9Q G^9I QiQ G3 SI9IQ 8f ^^. qa« v 

#asmr<**?tT SJ°S1GQ 9^§ ^5191— To apportion; 

to divide a thing into different allotments 

or shares; to allot shares- 

BakharS laga(ge)iba 9Q9Q9I— 1. To let out 

9«q GQ9I 7 * an( ^ '° a cu ^ vator on ^ e 

9^IQGW ^€11Q9I J * system of produce rent, 

«nfti* smmr aetsfl 6 9*^ «^9 <J9 ©8q aiqo^ 


99928 


( **n- ) 


OClOGh 


«©«i c> C9Q aft* $?<$ 9|q «cy gw, «* 

.«^€Q^08QKaOI%_ ©8 GQQ0I4 I ] 
J I 9«Q 9qlQ9l (gm)- 
2. Bakhara basaiba (See) 
Q6IQJ50 — GO. 9<3. (TOi €19 3GGP 9r9§©)— <* t <G© 
BakhariS MW 9«iqQ «WII*q§ ( ^9 91 G9IOQ1)- 
(pGIQei — QQiqe) 1. (a room or hall) Measuring 
so many standard-sized rooms, 
(£1211 - 91© QfljfHM ©9 I) 

-> I <JG© S3i9 G9l6«3]9&<g|— 2. Consisting of 
so many rooms; roomed (e.g. three-roomed). 
(saat — SIS9«9«I OQ I) 
flIGQ- ( QQ«I ) Q — SOI^i -SQ2 — 
Sycej groom of a horse. 

Bakhardu WSRft Ful1 °* intricacies. 

G«y«— GO. 9. (*- 99^13; *- 9il«W; 'SI. 9$tt. Q?* 
Bakhana ff|. 9£[IQ) — * I 92IQ; 9§9I — 

3«fa, ^Sfa 3*3R 1 ■ Speaking; statement 

3S «Q 0€9 «$fi VOI£l i s}!3 9. ft9WQQ* 30 I 

J I q«9ff0 99QSI — 2. Narration; oral 

description. 
* I 9&?— 3 - Describing. 

9d— Q§; Q^^— Spoken. 

ot^s ©a a?t Qs«r 

fiSGQ G9IQS V« | &QQ10. QWO I 

Bakhana kariba 9^l<?) — U 9§9I — 1. To apeak 
(p«ia?i— affHqp) ^ a ^ aQGQ ^ SQ 90|S i 

.> I Q€Q Q9GQ 9§QI — 
2 To state plainly and extensively. 

H9I 9 Sft 3 C€1 *^S ^ lft 1 ^8* 9* fi^l4Q9. «W I 

» I 9§Q1 9Q9I — 3. To describe; to narrate. 
* i 9^ 9^1-4, To proclaim; to publish. 

gciqsQ «qe a^ wiSq i $as $. arioso 99 l 

qgiiS s@©i— go. £— scwraqL ^S €99*5 9Gaia9a© 

Bakhaniheba 9991 — To speak to each other, 
Tffifa ^>3l S^flf *<«H to talk about. 

QSilQ— GO. $• (*- 99®) — * I W €KWWj 9lg^l QlS- 
Bakhari 1 A thin rod or stake of bamboo,. 


*Wtit ■> I 9i&SQ Q90| — 2; The bark-lath ofc 
g^ bamboo, 

9€ll€) fllGir'Q— GO. 9. (oifl)-^G«IQaiGQ ^9J 3^^ 
BakhSri saheb d|Q 6*"qIQ agio— Name of the 
(WI«IQ ?!IC99- 0Oi%Q) seat of a Pir (Mahom- 
medan saint) in the Khurda Subdivision. 

of the Puri District. 

[ 9 — < gio G«lQai^ Qfi) qqGQ %Q\ QIQ9QQ 
<?!« giflGQ ; aGOQ QQ^ai«1 aai <oiq L ^^ I 

^QS20— G9G9. 9. (ai) — <* 3*'^ WSJj© SQQ— 
Bakhia Back stitching; a kind of strong 

^ffSfal stitch in sewing; double stitch in 

if&tt sewing- 

[ 9— fl'aefl f 9i€ii Sqci* 99 > «g «©iq.«Nq 

9Q9t% $<3 I QGQ ^ ©Ifll §QQ €jaGQ €i§) ©9 
r 99«0' QQQI^l ^<i < 9^li»lGQ 321S^ GJQIGQ tl9l 

9i oifiii aoift S3 aa^it^L ^^ ^9 ^ M a3 ^ 

OS tlffl 511991^ ^<i < <33QGQ 96fiiQ TO «$© 

9< 1 1 

Q@2fl QQ9I— GQ. 5— 9Q fl^ 9fff%992fl 3QGQ ^QQ. 
Bakhia kariba 9991 — To sew two pieces of cloth 
^fiftr! ^?|1 ^feraF 4i<*ll with double stitches^ 

OQft— G^»W. 9«- («* 9«1%— ^aei)— 

Bakhil t. 1 ^a^lj Q^^4— 1, Miserly; niggardly. 

^?fa 5 I aQ^gsj — 2, Needy; poverty-stricken. 

3€ft5T * I GQ^g— 3. Avaricious, 
Q«Q— GQ. 9— GQ% ««Q 91 G9I09— 

Bakhuri A small room. 

©€!€)$— GO. M— «fiWI (G95I)— 

Bakhuria Bakharia (See) 

Q«l€J««0 — G9. W— G9§ ^9Q QQfll^ <G»9«iq fllg) — 

Bakhurikia Having the dimensions of one 

Bakhara only. 

9GXNQ1— giGo. (oac%v%) 3- («. sess; 90. §. 

Bag-raiba 9QqG»l)— 3 a1$© G9f«9 9|^ G^GQQ 
99 QQg©8 99 GQ9I — To scatter heaped-up 

things. 
QGlfiJ— fllGQ. (QIGWQ) 9 — »l QGTQ Qiq— 

Bagla' White pigeon, 

QQ — G3- 9. («. 99)— 99 (G9«) 

Baga ^5f ^pr Baka (See) 

QQQQ(Q)— GO. 9. (e. 99 + ©a^; <OIGQ 9ei^lG0 
Bagachara(ra) G9I9G9I9 6 fllOCUS 3IQ9I Wl» 


*QQ%\ 


( +firt ) 


9CIQ 


1. Roadside ditches; low water channels on 

both sides of a road. 

[ 3— «?(%SI$ G3IQI G9IQ SQ9GQ El^aM 6 
GQ316Q ^ st@ ai«, 69$L9€WIG9 913 6 g«i$i S»9 
€411991 9IQ GQOIGQ OQ 9$$ I ] 

.> I €Qi*qQ9Q csa^ a°a 9§l9GO 9ISSQ ^ipciw 

6 sqQQG 3£tel QG9 ( GSJ^OIGQ W51IOT 
giaiQ^lQg «H9i GGI© 9^§ ) G3I«^I ©I §99- 

qoq ©aS 2i°a 9<ai9GQ wa^ aw 6 €a& 
«i o qgq aqsea aiS 369 gs§ a°a »ncq 

5191 a<$ ©15$. QflQft gift — 2. The nearly 

level portion on the bank of a tank or 

lake which is filled up with water during 

the rains and dries up in summer. 

qgisi— giw- («aw) $— «!«*«■ &QQ ai£9 eiQ^so'a— 

Bagata A class of Sudras in the district of 

Gaujam. 

■90© — G9. 9«l. (*• ^% 9$©)— «. I 9199 — 
Bagarga 1. BaBtard. 

^TT, 3>fi« f l 2. Wicked; immoral. 

* I €9l*H"-3. Coarse. 

v I M.QQ; <30Q — 4. Mule. 

* I G9l9sil $19 — 5. A cross-breed. 

-9— V I Q^QQ QQQqcifi CTI9 91 QTOflq QO^?- 
.1. A high gravelly soil on the top of a 

mountain. 
J I «^lo QSI—2. Coarse or indecent language, 

* ! GfllSI <SI9*i— 3. Coarse food, 

_giG9. (39019) 9— 819199 awfcKiCQ ©ist$Q 
©€ qwigq gsi^oigq 9isf9i 99 999 $*§— 

Land on the slope of a hill where the 
aborigines grow pulse. 
*9€1©l— G9, 9«. fa. 9% 99qQ; 99*> 9$S>)— 
Bagaida" t I 63ISI — 1- Coarse, 

¥F?5 35lf J I 99Q — 2 Rough. 

(aal— 9991 sjgii 1) 

-«99l«J—fllW. («WW 9~ SN9&QQQ9IQQ ««CJf|Q— 
lu An ear-ornament worn on the 

upper part of the ear. 


oa^ai-TO..w. (sr- 9^3 w)- *. 1 o^a^ ^. 

BagarcHa G3G>9I — 1. Wicked. 

*T*ttri>; ^ttfort > I Q©$9I — 2. -Quarrelsome. 

ft*l^of m 1 siateg<a1 — 3. Of indecent 

speech; coarse (person) 

QQGflOfd)— GQ. 9. (*.99+9fc ai$)— (9GSIG9 Q?Ka 

Bagamela(li) G9GQ ai§> 91$ Q$q a§)9§SQ9 91 

^^f Mjcqgro ai© 91$ «© qqqi— * 

w*ta A race of persons or horsemen by 

forming one line (like the egrets 

flying in a row. 

QGIQ — G9G9. 9. (STI. 9fiK^; 90- e. 9I§?IQ)— 
Bagaia ^ | ©i«5j. 9i^9QQ ©9 W9— 1. Armpits 

^^ -> | ai^ Q9a — 2. The«side; flank. 

QQaK — 3. The triangular piece of cloth 

on the sides of a shirt 

SIN. (®Q 6 9TOI) — Q £Q ^R13"~ 
The two ends of a ladder. 

Q€l$ Qqi— flIGQ. («IO 6 99QI) 9 — flQQ G^^ ^Qg^ 
Bagaia kayan ffQGQ 5jq3IQ?}9i 3fi» — 

The pegs or pins inserted at the two ends 

of an agricultural ladder, 

QGIQ QQI(G9)Q$I— G9. Q. (ETI. 9QR+e. 9199) — 

Bagaia bajfi(je)iba t | G9§ «»IQ9l3 9l«i g^GQ 

^l»f ^tffft <9 9Q9fi Q§ 9WG9a^9l^iq SfldlO 

^f^^THT 9€l9l3 ^1991 9QIQ9I — 1. To strike 

the arm on the side by putting the palm 

of the other hand in the armpit. 

J I 2AQQGQ 9!$^ 91^ G9€JGQ QIG9Q €19 

qq9I — 2. To strike one ; s arm on the ribs 

in glee, 

9«fi» «»(»,©,»)— 69. 9. (£fl. 9€1^+^. 9®) 4 — <Q 

Bagalaband(ndh,ndi,ndhi) g9)Q ^^ jg^Q 

?*%*&$[ G9I9W 91 GOIQ 9QQGQ aM —A kind of 

^IgW^l coat with button or strings below the 

armpit. 

QGK3I— e» 9— ©€^15 9Q5I9I99HI fla^i^ <190qi j G9<5I- 

Bagala 9CSIS — "Name of a Tantrio Goddess. 

(9«iaiq«1— a9i%p) [3— «W aq»l 9G$ 

aqa9Q s^l^qr 9i9 x , q«, Q9, aiSt,s^i 3^0 ^<i 6 

95)^9€l ^< 1 ] 

Qa(q)q— G9. 9. 9?— (*. »* ^ 90191)— 9d— 

Baga(gu)la ^t5fl gii^T The egret. 


1 


9ei& 


( ViP > 


9QQ91 


(9«(q]fiil— 31) 3<s, § a ° a v» ^ rfra^fi^w'* *«Q W"Q 

9€1^-G9. 9— aWf9 (C9«) 

Bagali cpit, 3*PTt Panasi (Haines) (See). 

9€l$Ql— G9. 9— 99 * (G9fl) 

Bagahula Baka 3 (See> 

mi— eo. w. (*- 9S— cw>i5 gs^qq flQ^S)— 

Baga «. I 6q- &%0I — 1. Stupid; idiotic 

<tfW ^ I ®G?I& — 2. Foolish 

sn^pr « 1 csTeafeM «i9^> aw w% q$ 98eiw — 

3. Staring, 

giGQ. (sfflAlQ) 9a — aiflQ — Mad - 

©Gl©— €969. 9 — (01. 913; §9. ** 9lf9l) — 1 I 93cb 
Bagata Q9il9— 1- Garden. 

991Q©) * J I ETtt93et— 2. Orchard. 

9«i<i©i ^ , ^. tw, ?M5 spftaT, sin 
qqiq— fliw. (craAga) 9— ««jq sq€8q— 

Bagara The male calf o£ a buffalo. 

SIG9 (C9r9> 9— TO 9Q 9 391 fl» SQ§— 
A she-buffalo which has not yet borne a ealf. 

9€iiq— SIGQ (W*®) 9— 9£f§ 291— 

Bagan A she-calf of a buffalo, 

9Qio— gi€9 (9°9^fi) 9— sis*99 <aG9 9$ gteiw© 

Bagala a|Q pjgg QQSIGQ G9^ G«ll%Q«pQ «k9§ 
9GQ — A cowherd eDgaged on yearly salary- 

©3— C9S9. 9— * I (Q°. 9Sj1) <$Q9Wl GQIQICI!?— 
Bagi 1. Buggy; gig; a light two-wheeled 
^5f^| ^tift carriage drawn by a horse. 

> I (Q°. C9ldl) €jjQO©a« 91$— 

2, A low four-wheeled carriage; bogie. 

G9. 9 (*. 99) — 999ISKJ <9Q9I9 9£QG>9 
QSl — A small egret (bird). 

93q— G9G9 9. (ffl- 9IQ^]— QQtlfl — 

Bagicha v Garden. 

[ 3 - ET9Q QQG^ 9QI9 «9 319 393IQ 91 ETS*Q 

QQil9$i 93^ G9|Q£H< I ] 

Q§qq— cq. 9—93 (g<?«) 

Bagirama Bagi (See) 

99 9»I(€S?)Q9I— 69. §— 9§9 GGII9K? 9ICl$_ 8Q 
Bagi hanka(nke)iba GQ'QIQr Q9IQ9I — To drive 
■^f*tCW *Hfi^l*«U a carriage, 

[9Q 9IQ9I, 9« OQ(CS»)Q9l— a©i%a ] 

9qft(fl)r-G9. 9. 9*. (3. 99) — 999l«^| 9G99Q QQ- 
Bagula\la) 9eag — A kind of wading bird of the 
(991*1 rr*l) egret species. 


i 


9q«B— G9G9- 93 — (tf. 9l99*f<m|9==$ai9l9 9I9«»Q lQ9|. 
'Bagulia ' <j»|§. $q. S, 93>3; 9¥Q9£i)— 1 t ^f 

9^Q, 99$, 99Q09, . alflQ; 9S>9 §Gtf- 

9961a, 9$GiO$, 9$Q, [ TOn^a 1. Wicked; 
9$Q2fl, 9$fi*©g 1 naughty ^ 

^^Tl. 3^31 -> I ^>l9Q9—2. Talkative. 
WiJsIA, ^l^5T * I 8S«I — 3. Liar. 

v I 09— 4. Cheating. 

* I S3I9IQ 931 09 v G ei|<! — 
5. Not true to his words. 
Qq$eD QS— G9. 9— ^(f9 — 

Bagulia pari* Wickednea ; naughfcinees. 
(Q^Q^QQ, 99^39, 99.Q3 a9a, 99Q3Q~2iQ c l^9)' 

9q^ QI9 — gi€9. (ei9S?!9) 9— <9 9919 Q|q— 
" Baguli ghasa A species of grass. 

[ 5 — a?[GQ QQ?> 9QI9K I ] 
# 9QQ(€Q)Q9I— giC9. (W?Q) §. (Sp. §. 9og9l)— ■ 
Baghra(re)iba qr\ G9IQ^9I G9f^l9 9gq QOGQQ- 
G99I — To scatter a heap of anything, 
QQQ — €9. 9. (^. «i9<ai9^5 91- 99IQd) — 

Baghara 9dtQ9l <9^l— -The act of flavouring 

(9<3Q 9QSI — aOT^q) curry etc by frying it with 
cft^l species in oil etc, _ 

^mkhi, ^t^n 9« — ai9i 909 CTipaw — 

Flavoured by being fried with spices. 

0€ig(GQ)QQI— G9. $ — 9C1IQ91 ^qiQ Sj9qj qa— 

Baghara(re)iba The causative form of 

C^ffa ^Baghariba/ 

^WqfilT «GW 9IQ 9QI99I 9131 9QQ9I — 

To cause curry to be flavoured by 

another 

9Q(GG)G*— G9GQ. 9. (gQl. 9G«3Q)— 

Bagha(ghe)la 9^ 91 q9^9 ^aQGQ'S — 

A caste of Rajputs. 

[9— 9^?9IQGQ 9CIQ Q^fliQq? al§9 ^Qh- 

ay©9 ^aiqQ© ^c©q Q 9GQQ«§ ©racQ «o i ] 

9QIQ9I— giOT» (9§9) 5—1 I ^09! (C9CI) 
Baghar^ba 1. Santuliba ( See ) 

5 I 9CHQ9I (CQS) — 2. Baghariba ( See ) 

9QIQQI— GQ. 5.-(e» 99 dl^=-q©9l; 3. 899194) — 
Baghariba ^ | $$9|. gafii 91 QSIGQ qQQ €g|Q 
C^T®^ 0?«B1, IWl, C^'W 9§GQ 9309 9 c *8QI9q < 
m\*A\ , ijf^rT 99^91- 1, To flavour water-boiled . 


9991 


( *>ev ) 


«^ft 


curry by frying it with spices in oil or 

ghee, 

5 l ( Qseiief ) geiehCQ ciiociq QQ9I— 
2. (figurative) To abuse a person openly. 

* I SQQ qg C5»l« SQIS 9Q9I — 3 * To divulge 

another person's secrets, 

* I Gaeil 9QIOTI3 cneitiiiQ QiQiqiqi 9§ §Q9I — 
4. To aggrandise one's self. 

q§qi — gi69. ( 39910 6 W49S )$.(*. 99=s© 

Baghiba §, a, ) — Q99I5 2*G^9<3 9^91 — 

To ride; to climb. 

99 — e. 9. ( qoq ai^gqp QQQi+QtjL a ) — 
Banka 9^». 9£|— *-Curved; crooked. 

flITO. <G9?9) 9.— 9€t— Egret. 

€>G?699-G9. 9. (*. 9GFG99) — 2iq§ $g— 
Bankasena Sesbania GrandifLora. 

^fa*Rl 5SC9Q oq oqal asiQ o*9l ©a »i« s§ I 

€>»i— to. 9«s. (a. 9or, 9% qqq ai$— Q9 qqpi)— " 

Barika ^ | (jfQ. Q$— 1. Curved; crooked. 
(9GQTQ— $1) 3 I 9©— 2. Bent; inclined. 
(§^l — ^9qiS>) * I OfQ—3. Complicated, 

3W 93 - agald" %G9 $SI$9 — 

gfar, «for Improperly articulated. 

qsTe© q$q 9Qi ««i §©'i I qa'ffia. qqsiq i 
QG?|(SGP)QQI — G<5. 5. (3. 999 ai^) — 

BankS(uke)ib3 *. | Q$ QQ9. — 1. To bend. 

(9CI 9Q91— a&iqfl) -> I 9$ C99I— 2. To be bent 
#$fa ST^ER or curved. 

Q9\ %9\—QQ. M— (©Q& 3909; 3* 9QTQ %TO) — 

■* *_ *_ 

Bankatanka 21G99 g\QQQ 9$— Bent at 

many places, 

QQPiq^l — 69. 9<a-93 q«l^ffqt — Having the face 

Bankarou.hafi <fl^1*pt1 g^ST turned to one side. 

( 9Qfiq*l— «J ) 
Qfflfifl— G9< 9—*G9S19G€i$— 

Bankali Name of a popular Goddess. 
q£— TO. 9- (ff. 9$)*-ffGfcQ 9lg*r- 

Bariki g^t The stem of a flower. 

S!G9* (tfWlQ) 9— alQOSQ Gqci9GS<3— 

A disease attacking paddy plants, 
QGQ1 — 69- 9. (flT. 98) — GCtl^GQ §99MQ£ieiQ 9Q|j 

Bankia 9l£ — A kind of anklet 


Cgla CQIG3 Q09Q flS — 

9&fl— TO. 9<3 — fa. 9?fl) — 9$ — 

Bankima Curved; bent; crooked. 

qSqo§— TO. 9. (9ia)~ 9cr1q*gg§9 3^'fc2 QaPiltfNQ^ 

Bankimachandra Q^qoq QQ|l9tilils3 — Name of 

a very talented Bengali novelist;: 

Bankima Chandra.. 

[ 9— <i9IQr fi>«j si %r«nr— ^ ei-ft* | < ^gjq 
OGflol gi©<l^l < tr*r oi^ ^r^^ gdi$ €©9? 

9a99^ ^15)9 9i§9 Q£> gjfi9? 9Q?lGfii I < 4l£- 

®% Si°W ^ifl* a^qiQ^ 98 G^§aG«^ 1 4- 
aa©o Qaq|§QHQ qpg^ep i *9GQ?ii©Si o1 qsflo- 

<19iQr Q9S I ] 

QGPfl Qq»l — TO. 9S1 — 913191) 9$S>ep — Casting 

Bankima nayana glances through the corner of 

the eyes; casting oblique glances- 

9§fc— G9. 9— 99fL QI0 — 

Bankila The stalk of Anthocephalua Kadamba. 

WO 9Q G0I9GQ 9 QIQ^J OS - 

Q^— e. 9^1— (G999i 9QT+Q)— 9% q?»— 

Banku Crooked; bent; curved^ 

9^ 0l0(O)— TO. 9. («qiQGQ9) (e. 9-9 & Q\ti)— 
Banku narda(la) Q aag 9Q — The point tie- 

teween the eye brows. 
a<339TO9 (€93) — garlrabheda (See).. 

9$?Q— ^. 9— (W + €JiQ) — oil— 

Bankura Curved; bent; crooked. 

( 9Si— 39^8 ) [9W4 ^GST ^^Q ©aefa woq^q- 
^^9 G9I9GQ 9i9?9 TOIQ«ft] I 

OJ«-TO. W. ( Sl^ia)— V I QQI 6 GS^ (91$) — 
B*nkuli 1^ Small and curved (stick).. 

fl^ri .9 i $<a©^9# — 

2. Slightly curved. 


-9QQ9I9 


( W 


9GHO 


«fft 9I@— 69. 9— <* I 63^ 9I$Q aci 0Qri — - * 
Bankuli bardi 1. Stick with a curved top. 

*t«hl* > I G3SJ 9I$Q 699 JW 3IG>GQ Q$l— : 
4$«l)d^) 2. A stick having a curved body. 

•Qcr — 9:. 9. (wfl ai^=<«g; ao+a^K?Qa, a) — . 

Banga ^ | ai$TCS<a; QGT$ W — 

*t» 1. Tin (metal). 

-GO. QClQg 2, The Province of Bengal. 

EK?iff<3AQ aw a o sotsi, qw 0191 '9cK 69a 
Sica 1 a? a 9cr%8OT tf 6afo 6 qs' 69s 999m 
9qsiiqq 9sr gGQa qtoiqq 9cr, q© <§ GO?9 
€93Q 9m r] 
« I (9— £>fi, qqQ+«rc N ai^=aflQ QQ9i+9(§. 

21; 63 ©Q9^ fllOGQ C1Q 9GG))— G9QS; 

GQIQ2B — 3. Fisherman. 
961—*. I 9a699l£j— 1- Pertaining to the 

country of Bengal, 
J I 9CT1^5 9CH01; 909191—2. Bengalee, 
G9. 9 — 9C1 1 Q9 — Oxide of tin. 

Bangaja Born.in East Bengal. 

■^CPO «iqa— 69. 9— ajWCp Ql ©l©!69«l£| 9/£|a— 
Bangaja kayastha A class of Kayasthas of 
*WW ^t^ East Bengal, 

^o-a— giG9. (swags) 9. (s. 9cra)— 9!Qci«a— 

Bangana Brinjal. 

9a»Q— tf- 9. (99ci almost G9Ql+a») — 
Bangana Q|§j c q|. 9IQC1S— Egg-plant. 

-QCMQl) Q(QI)@1 — G9. 9. (OK»— Q£tf qsjfcQ qaw^ 

■Bangana(na;pa(pa;lli os>iqcj q|§q <jg g©«| 

^FTft*i^t Bagnanpalli; name of an Indian 
VPnWt State in Southern India. 

[ 3— <j§ gtGQ Qg% aa tf 9iQa*fi qgqq a^ J 

%G9 qQ«3GQ OTp 9<3i*ilQ I ] 

•qg? qqi— e. 9 — a^em g$£ji6Q gg© m biqq 

Banga bhasma g|j*)Q — Oxide of tin prepared 

According to the Ayurbeda. 
^OQ Oja— SIG9. (CI?©!©) 9— <9©IGI£| qga— 
Bangara gurdia A class of confectioners. 

[ 9— <raic© q&, q§ <S sSfaa 93Q 999, 
«§ 6931$ qupasim QQ q§, €j«©i 6 €fyiQ g$© 

99$ 9I§ I ] 


qcpoi— gq. r 9> (*. 9cr)— 1 1 pa gq«i— 

Bangala 1. Bengal. 

^I^Tl * I 9Cf1^ q<ai — 2. Bengalee language. 

<39Q qQai<S69 SG913I9IQ q»9l9 2II« — 
3. Bungalow; a house with 4 simple 

thatches on four sides. 

[g— qqQ©8 QGfGQQGQ <igaa SSJQSq q«j 

§<S\— QQ G9dl^ — Belonging to Bengal 
SIC9. (WQTO) 9—^91^^ OQQ 9^ S^SQ ^ 
G9€5?}9I <K?39IQ Of £TS)— A. kind of 
cucumber grown on the silt of the 

Mahanadi river 

[ g — q^9©8 <9i S2iS?i QaG9a%a§3iGi I ] 

QGPQI QIQ— 69. 9 — 9aG99GQ 9^^9I ^Gt«qg <19l 

Bangala pana S^IQ 8lQ — A. species of betel 

* k*\tA\ «H«f grown in Bengal, 

OC^QI Qrife— gie9. iqg) 9— TOQ a 5* q?l§l^tffOr^ sai§) 

Etangala bata ^99 ^QQiaiQ 9aG9€1^9QI — 

The agents of the Pandas of Puri going to 

Bengal to secure pilgrims to Lord 

Jagannath 
<q cai 1 <q ca* qS ccroi ?!& l QQ 1 
WMdl ©IQIfl— 69. 9— <9 ©ICiq 9I9N— 

Bangala badama Terminalia Catapha, 

[ 3— <19IQ 99 69S1 919IAQ a§>01^ 9^9 qQQ 
6 €>§^ I ] 
WAN gj— 69. 9— q€I96a^ — Name of a metre. 
Bangala sri [ 3— q« OGft GQI^g^9i I ] 

^CPG^Q--^. 9— 9Qqji ae, S Q Q 6 ejg— 

Banga sena Sesbania Grandiflora (tree and 

flower). 

qctiq— s. 9. (^y©9 gG^i€i)-9fiTG9aQ goQ© g"?— 

BangSbda The Bengalee year. 

[ Q—aQi9^*£*Gff§>GQ9cri9 <$< 1 6§>ai 

SGQO 'OTfiil* TO ^GCr ti»* G9IQ 9TO9CM9 ^<l 
< QQ G9«ll«l^ 3Qq ^<1 I 69a ^0 ^9 ^19 

9CN9 ^19 I TO ©GO »l^9qi9i I ] 

OGflO— 69. 9- ((J. 90 1 — W)— Ml Q«f — 

White colour, 
qctsq vcrio o^c« §cr o 


Bangala 


9aiffl 


v *^v ) 


9pO„9WI 


aCHQ— G9. 9 ( 9. QMIQ )— GV 9fiflq.9i§— 
Bangui ^lafll A man of east Bengal. 

QCfc&qi— 69. w— 9criQlaM?r aaGQ gQ©9— 

Bangaliya Prevalent amongst the Bengalees, 

*lwtfl %*l|cjft (rail — 9fipi«^l €«l«tl I) 

9GNQ1— 69. 9. V— QOWdlq 9i§— 

BangSli The Bengalee people. 

(9GMGJfl1- tf) * Qfl— ^Crewftj —Bengalee; ? 

tifl^t ^Hl l qfl pertaining to Bengal. 

wifiA «o§— siw. (««ra 9— eeiiQ *•§> 9^9 *$— 

Bangali a]u Potato. 

qcno1 901— sin. (©qqQ 6 9€H«iiswu)— 9«> a$- 

Bangalt kanda" Potato. 

9CPIQ1 9$— 69. 9— <§5>aGQ 9§ 9&<a 69<3 $30693 
Badgalitanti 9Q?{9I QCr9l3l «§)— A class of 
weavers who originally migrated from 
Bengal generations ago, 

sikw §!<ai 6 qQ^©^_ wqiq 9%as$ i ] 
«tf— 69. 9. (e. 9sr)— 09 gsiQ qw% aiQ— 

Bang! A kind of coarse paddy. 

»rfiw r -fliw. (aws) 9— 9§* ai9 «qq Gq«t- 

§6S§ — A disease of the paddy plant. 

99(31$) — %— 9§9l— 

Bach (root) To speak. 

'99-- «; 9. ( QO^ai%+9(§. « )— 

Bacha v | gs?asal — 1. Parrot. 

s. Qct *a<99g , t, Q909I, -> i l& (9. a)— 

9*9, 6Qfl£ll, Sgofil, 2. The sun. 

Qflaff, caiGQfll,aoa5 , ©i,«l (+©&«)— 9lQ<n(§.a)- 

fi^apl, SSfGH, fflffil, . 3. Cause. 

$gi, 9gi, ogi, Qicri gq. 9— * i qq a9 933 

*|5, TOlj CTfiRS, 35^ €II99C« — 1. Acorus 

ara* , Uk«M Calamus (plant)j sweet 

69. 9®9 9*09, 991 flag (root). 

01. 93^ [ §— <19l QQQqQ9, 

9. G9«69 $§699 6 9£i$lQQ99 

ai^Q*t 3G9SI63 96$ I <l|tQ 99 Q^ 6 Br^GQ 

q^o ^« i qo ^q sqiq^ saa»— $j^j?4 99 6 

■ ' gagqqi «q£ 9fi9oi'«r. gm 9cy,«9 9oq 

e adsiq— g$© 9q, cSfaoa, oi«f a»i, 6331 

(g9iw ws-^ i-flNSH G^a^ca^ 99 amoic^ 

9199© 91 69I9I;99-99SJ \ 


699TO S9GQ 90 99®, Q9qai9, €Jp, 
9£T, Q$I9, ^©6913, $9 6 91^ 99^ 969 6 ^391 
fiq flQ fl.9 631*9 $< I <I9J W §99Q L Q9 

g9ia€9 90 ^e? g©!Q eR«ii G9lQ^Si *• ^r 
>. <a_qgt«i 90 6 *. WQQ 9Q i «qsica qq ^jqi 6 

e)g©9%<9i flo 6Jeflai9«fe3 w^ ^» «w 

6 9£T 9Q qgq 6 (p GSTO 9GQ— q. a. ] 

5 I 9^0 S>ai9l§f 91 QQ€I5! QGft ^% G9^ 

W9qg ©IO 9I9IGQ — 2. Froth appearing. 

on the lips on account o£ too much 

talking. 

m | Q|Q«t— ■ 3. Speech j 

90QIGI— G§G9. M. (8G»1i£TI- 90I^O ^. Qfl Ql. 99)- 
Baohakani ^ | SqfllQQr GQIQH — 1-Fit for infants 
<b4*l^l ^-d^iwi or children. 

( saai— 9©«i?a gsi©! i ) 

9 I 9«g»G©l©9 — 2. Childish; befitting a child. 
9— 9qSf QQGfciq 9^ — A cloth for children's; 

wear. 

QQ0— S. 9. ( 9© v ai%+^9. ?y^ ) — t I «a9 — 
Baohana 1. Speaking; utterance. 

S. 90Q WQ Sl^ ^ I (+Q&SIQ) 9l9i> 931 . 

W 4 « 9Qa9« :— qwieiQo 9I9h— 

dq, qQ$® s 9I§1 Q% 2 - Speech; spoken 

€19, «1€^3, qQfil. 9l9 v , matter* 

9I€^ 9^?tl®9l, 9^1919, «» I «IWg© 9j9i — 
ia§0y-9l9ij 91^1 3- A saying of scriptures, 

* a passage from a sacred book. 

v I $®% atftelQi SO^l^*. A promise. 

* i Qil9QdQ.49S 91 <19IW^QfaQ 9»I99C« — 
5. (grammar) Number. 
[ 9— W O 9mI99^1G9 99G€t!l 909 ?3£, saai— 
-0999<?, ^900 6 9§9G>Q> €>^ 69«t # 9a»l 4 
§<3lqSIGQ 90© 9Q« > 5BI — -49900 6 9$93Q |} 
G9. 9— * I Q9S9€1 — 1. Advice. 
J I «IQ — 2. Order. 
QOO Q€)QI — 6®. -9—33^ 9WI— To make a 
Bachana kariba . promise; to give one's word. 
(909 G99l^^»«K?^a). ^WCf^ ^^T ^TT 
999 9IQ— * 9«l. q.°- (999+$ ai§ + $$, Q9^ WU 
Bachana kari <, 9)— «^9l*sa (8. «.) — Obedient; 
(9999IQS1— ^ carrying .out orders* 

(9999IQ9I— 9) 


9©9gi<g 


<r ; *j<jv ) 


Qasii 


Bachanagrahl £9.)— 69 ©211 £U6ft — One who 

(^OOgi5^1^»^iy respects another's behests. 

TO© Iter 6991— €9; 9t©i— QGOflQ ««* QS$_9g© 

Baehana pita beb5 yiOi <f &q Oi^ ^gtaOQ 

(9OQ gfaj qSqi— afiwqq) 6913 6991— The words 

of a person addressed to another seeming 
unpleasant to the latter. 

Baohana baddha g©gg|99 — -Bound by a promise; 
(9QQQ§>| — £]) promise-bound # 

wo §<M— sr. 9®. $. (^i.©9)— 9ie«9 ofijoi- 

Bachana bidagdha §ea*a. 69S§ QQSlf Qiqp/ 
tfo«l 905^953919 oi^oq gl© .qiao ogq 

C §. a. ) — An epithet of a' class of 
mistresses in love-stories who captivate 
the gallants' heart by their art of speech. 

000 moi—*. ,-m: 41. (*qi «©>— '©is9m:§[ oi^oi- 

Bachana lakshita * $Q$^* 3 691$ QQSISjl JOI^OIQ 
©ai9l§f^ €^3©Ol69 %W GQQ a©S§9 
o<3 — An epithet of a class of mistresses 

in love-stories whose attachment to the 
paramours is indicated by their speech. 

OOO «Q — 3. Qti. (oaqi TO;- 90Q + €;Q)— 

Baehana suara 69 G©9» 9I©«i6Q <aQSJ Q9IQ 

(9!^€iQ -93SI©) ©6Q5 9IO«fitO^A person who 

shows bravery in words only. 

s>go g^g— e. ©a. i% <9§9l§j 9©©+q^)— 

Baehana sarbaswa €3 ©2II6Q ©IQff" ©69 ©ft 

(90O «OTI— tf) OiaSot ©g ©CQ ©l$— 

One who talks much but does little. 

qqoqi — 69. © — ^ooaor sates oeaiasao — 

,. Bachanika A dialogue; conversation. 

09<aq— s. 9*. (oe ai^+©£ a«q)— v i ©aoq; 

Bacbaniya 9IO«r— 1. Speakable; ntterabl e . 
y I s>qqi££_2. Blameable, 
9 w Ml; O'QO; 30919— Blame; scandal. 

^QSiq&i^s. ©. (9©«i£[-f q©. or, — *. i Qaq^oi— 

Bachaniyata 1. The state of bein£ utterable. 
> I 2JQ9I9j ©Ql — 2. Blame; notoriety, 
* I ©8© 699IQ ttogi — 3, The. state of being 

blamed* 


9QQ— s« 9. (9© ai§+ ©<§.»$)— t *'SL%Jl (@* &)r- 
Baehara* ;" 1. Cock. 

* .1 €10 ($. €1.)— 2. A cheat. 

90q— «r. 9, (90 ai$+©&- a«rt— 910m— 

Bachas (998— 219^9) Speech. 

Q9QI— €0. P. (*. 0053 9fiK»I% B§9») — 009* OIO- 
Bachasa q$ — Quarrel; dispute; word^ alterca- 
W^i *W[4\ *■ tion^ 

OOQI Q€)OI— 69. S— 9l©q.9 OQQI^ O© 9Q9I — 
^ Bachasa kariba To quarrelj to exchange 
^5^1 ^1 +tt«i«i «h<«ir an £ r J words. 

o-ow--^ 9«* % o . (99$ 1+ 9 yi%+of . a) — 

Bachaskara ^ | a^| qiqqi — I. Obedient. 
(90^ — $|) J I aalQ— 2, Subordinate. 
(90^Q9I — 9) G9. ©-©§91 GQQ; ©2I© 5 9^1— 
Reporter; speaker; lecturer, 

ffo^Q cj> ea^ $?i§ 9sq %9I$ eia ^q wi ^>qsi i 

TOflj©— 69. 9«. (^. 9OT«*)— 90M (69f) 

Bachaskxuta Bachaskara ( See ) 

oo^o o^sfl ©oG9 »ca g^fl 1 qs. GvcQWdg 1 
oq— s, ©. i. ( 9© v di^+o^. a+4 211 )— 

Bacha <. i Gfi^ «©©€«% 90 (C9. V 693) 
(901— ao«l^g) I. The sweet flag. 

> I 3IQ0I 99l (§. €1 )— 2. The hill myna 
(901, 901— tf) bird, 

*m\ 6969. 9. ^°. (OJ. %p.e. 9ft, " 

^Tf . 9% 9L 99> 981)— «. I §gr- 1. Infant. 

5 1 q^— 2. Son. 

fl^Q fl5lQ» ^^-Jfl «GQ, SCO Q^| a 

" • I 9IOO— 3. Boy. 

* I «l90gQT $3— 4. The young ones of 

animals. 
69. 9- 903 (G9<3)— Bachua (See;) 

fl. 3IG9. ( 0>0 39Q ) 9 (ffl)— 

9^5*169 g.90fl[0^0©9( 96^1^0 — 
(slang) Interjection addressed to young 

men by elders. 
9q 0€d— G9G9» 9. ( ««„- §0% ag%0j 9QQ QCTla© 
Bacha bachi ^909 39 )— 

^rar vit Hale and female children of a 

family. 

OOa^€9. 9. ( *. 9Wfe 91^ )— 


Baohua 


<Q 9919 2Hd1 Q3fi| 9IQ — 


(..'.* J ft* ) 


9g 


^t&t A kind of small thin sweet water fish 

^3TT without scales; Entropiichthys Vacha. 

[ g — <9l qaQ aiSeQ-QOTi fiWGQqoSfa a&$ 

96©; G939iq, W2 ° qf S aQ 5 -49IQ 93 r Wj G99S9 
3©GQ «9l 9*IQ Q3, a Cl f 6£<399 6 9I9 @© 
QIS9 I ] 
-©gQj — gi 9$. (tf. Q&O)— Q^Q ( G9<3i ) .-v 

Bachchhala ^Bajbaal*^ See ) 

©81-— G9. 9. (tf. 98) — \ I 91§*rrl'i'Calt 

Bachchha (9tfHJ) <* 1 (q*j "q$j g$!9— 2, Male- 
„y c :- child, 

98(8) — 69.. «: (*~9a)— t I 941—1. Infant..-.. 
Bachha(cbohha) sho $%q sh 9g, qec *j^S9C« <$g i 

[ S— ea ©6Q f tf $]S!69 quictioj V QfifQQ 

§<3I ] 

A I ($.938) 99— *2-. Breast, 

S19S TO wate, wq asifl Q£ji© i ^qo. «yra*rqo I < 
* { ^sg — 3. Tree. * ■ 

-■93Q— 69- 9<s. i°. ( <i i: 9399 )— a^ai99 3 9iag— 

Bachhara The young oi' an animal. 

(9M-^1) 9~69S<9I %n— A young horse; colt 

Bachharu 9!§q— Calf. 

■9OT— gi. 9. ( a. 9&g ) -g.q ey q9 ta a, g Q Q m ^ 

Bachhasa g|$$ mi^l qy M ^ o^^One of the 

J TOiQQ branche80f hi S h caste BrSh- 
l) - manas of the Pud 

district. ; 
'9g-69.J>. (*.-©8 + 9|Q9j s. SQ a|^«q a 9 qq^)- 
Baohha M^WOQj-oigQi tff-l. The act of 
TOI 1^, *fa?IT selecting. 

3W ,J | 93 9lg9l Qtf—2. The act of weeding of 
fa™ , ; -* a paddy field. 

% * i q$tfCQ ftiCWi $969 «t9lq gai $gf9l 5 

*$ QffjQff — 3. THs. act of knitting a hole in a 
cloth with threld^o imitation of the texure 
of tiie elothj darning, 

^TRT 4. The act of preparing fiflklor cooking. 

"*W * I (a, 901)991 (GQSl) 

-^W 5. Bachchha (See). ■ 


923 qi«o§| 


£ I 9€ $9 ( G9<3 )— 6. Bachha mudi (See). 
*W 9<a— (*. 0^1€>9)— £ I 9I9!§ 919 9Q 91919 
^nim; ^f^FlW ©qai* S)^ie© — Selected. 

qq^s ei«i «eal ceils 9ai i ^ag , °9- S9i«qo. a«-ej i 
5 j g£)g — 2. Best; pre-eminent. 

giGQ (q^QiQ 4 SQ*i; SL». 8- ^a«i) 9-ag q 

91^ — A young bullock* 

. ff^va^ CI1Q, 9 ^ qSQ fit « 

Male (beast), 

9s(ee)QQi— C9. 5. («• -©a+9io0)— (9ii9i 

Bachha "(chhe)iba ^IQ Slo^^a — 1- The causa- 

^ft 5^T?rr^^r^r tive Form of BSchhiba). 

WW ^iq 9IS9I §qi 9QQ9I— To caus another 

to select or weed out or dar. 

«»a§>— 3ICQ— (91GSKQ) -9— G©GQ«I (G9«) 

Bachhardi Terenda (See). 

©flOfll— 69. Q«— ( 9^999 )— 9^199 6 Q®% 
Bachha bachhS {9a9 e iQ l ) — Selected and best 

^W *W ^H^MI (many). 

9g9g— C9. 9—1 I 918^1 S^JI — 

Bachha bachhi 1. The act of selecting; selection. 

^W«i 9 ^ftEPlti 5 l aiQ 9ftq^aia 9lg9i — 

^41^*0, ft^lftf^ 2. The operation of weedinn 
out grass in paddy fields, 

9g9§9qSI~G9. 9— G^ N a*3l«li GQlaS 99il«qSQ 
Bachhabachhi parlksha aa §191 a95H9Qr sia^ GOT 

^Wft *riW a^iq.99iQ Qdgg g^ 9ig 91919 

gtisr ??^ft^T 9Q9I 9GG^ G^ii a^si 9qai<i— 

The test examination. 

9g|li9— 69. 9— 9lfl|§9 .9^91— Signet ring, 
Bachhamudi ^t»I^rt\^ ^IT^M^i) 

93 9^91 — 9i. $— 9I$3I 9Q9I — To keep watch on 
Bachha rakhiba calves; to tend calves. 

996) -69. 93 6 9(1° 6 ^1)— «: I 63 91991 §£|i 9GQ- 

Bachhali Pkl^HMI, 1 . Selector; separatee 

^T^^MI 5 I 69^G«19 alO 9ft^<3W 63IG<3i— 

2. One who weeds out grass etc from paddy 

or other crop fields. 

9g -69. 9. o?. ( '«• 9a ) ( «wqefo 9^ )— IP- 

Bachhi ?^^ ? ^1 gq| . g^|9 — Male child; son, 

dfl GQ^L W* G99 5S— Q^3Q \ fBjjaflCTO 


991 


( +**9 ) 


9©h ; 


©a1— w. ? .$i— (*. ©a ai. wi)-wii- iV 

Bachbi *rt«ft,f#. Daughter, 

elGQ (flflfel©) 3IQ; $1 ©!Q — Female. 
©9 (ai%)— a— as© Qftoij fiio.QWi — 
Baj (root) To go; to move. 

©$©a — giw. (w» 99) e. (%*- e. w©sD— 

Baj-niaS 9©$$ 9I©|©I§— Drummer; musi- 

cian. 

©^9S— G9G©. 9. (ert. 9©°s v -gs§ g©ic©; 9= 

Baj-nis aQSHGQ+e°Q=-flQIQ, 9§) — * '^J 

$3$ $Q^' SI9©© — 1. Exact; copied exactly; 

irfSrcr, pis tallying exactly. 

} ! 2IQQ — 2. Undistinguishable^ 

99©« «©©— CTG9. 9. (eri. 9© o 9 x +©$)— 

Baj-nis nakala 3$©Q ©9Q>' 9Q99 — A true ^ 
^^ =rc^ ftfircr srasr exact copy. 

©9Q0— W. a— * I 0=j©i©©Q6l) «?W a§9*— , 
Baj baj 1. Talking too much. 

snrci^ -> I 90 Q©5 3191 GQI9GQ 919 OT«9WM- 
WIW; ft^ftsr 2. Shifting (soil); yielding to touch 
SRT ^5T o* 1 treading. 

• I (». a© ai%)— a!© ©q QftK£> (<aw)— 

3. (sore) Which has gangrened and is full of 

maggots, 

(sal— qm*\ «^q^gw8 1) 

v I (G©fa§ ©©SGQ 3*19) 9$aQfl|<stGQ G9*lQ9l 5 
Sl£^9l% — i. Abounding in (worms), 

(gal— 01 sjjgq Q%<a? qc^qq G9Q «Q§ I) 

* t 9§ 91 «Qi G©fel9 99H 9$©i» q§ s© a© 

Q<3$9 CW-&. To rot and fern»nt 
(said of stale curd and other things), 

€>g v Q© g$iq eapaQ— g©. 9— w» 6 9Gs<a Geroqg 

Baj baj hoi pokharl flQ— Foamy slimy stool. 

(9© s 9©2il Gaiety— a©«r%a) 

©©9© 69^1—69. S— 1 I q@N $01 C&9I— 

Baj-baj heba 1. To talk too much to no effect 
9©§9©$G99I 1 aQ^W«eaWQ.«Q5i«Cfl! 

91©^ 91©% G99I J ** aw«9B. «in i 

\> i 999©I©9I (€9«0 —2, Baj-bajaiba (See) 

9©3Gl(G©)Q©l— 69. $~* I (Sa») Q3G0Q €991* 
Baj-bajaO€)iba g© 91 0WM6$- C3I©) 3 R_ SK^ 
4*4$rM; ^w ftaF ^3U G99I— *• To abound in 

*UM* f Hl maggots. 


3 I 'Qia «U9 a©a£ G9IQ Q9©© G99I— 

2, To become very soft^due to excessive pua 
inside (said of a sore, skin or boil) 

ocjQea— gico. (0901©) 9— gqi§s aQ9i «©s©iq 

Baj-bajia GQQ — Name of a cattle disease. 

[ g — <i$GQ GGii^or 9Q ai«Q asqoi% ©is g^ 
oA$ a°a ©©91 a$ ©©§ 801 a§ tos*.©!©-, 

SlQGfi* 9© x 9©^9 I ©! $QG© fll§a ©PI,9<WTO© 

©1^3^x399 9if ©9 ©a TO €tQ^ ©€i G9I©GR <1^ 
cqei Q© ^< I 3 

€©. 9^1—^ I atqej© 6 991 (g9<i 91 qia) — 
4qMfjWI 1. Rotten and full of maggots. 

? I ©!© 6 OTO'SO (^I9D— 
2. (stools) Mixed with froth and mucus. 
9©— SIG9. (09910) 9— aiQ, fl@a 9t qaeKK) Q91 91 
Baja 9^ 8Q5«61— A heap of corn. 

Q©@— EICT. (««) 9 (ffl. 9©°g=SI99©)— 
Bajanti g^liaa 9§9I — E^aot description. 

9©@S1— giC9. (c«W) 9 (fl. 919s)— 91^— 

Bajanturi Musical instrument. 

©QQ1— W. 9. (9 1 . 919^© «)— 9101 9©1Q9I Gq© 5 . 

Bajantri 9I&I9IQ —Drummer; musician. 

[©©$(§)) q — a©i%a] .^tVPfrt ^** 
99Q— 91- (a©i) 9 (3. 9§)—9§— Thunder. 

Bajara ci siea t q^ 9& ° 

^tef cfii ^ ca w> fl»isg ♦ 01 fic^i Q9 t ?oq i 

aiGQ. (©©1913) 961 — Jitii— Hard. 

©©q— G9GQ. 9. (Q Q . 9©$% 9I»0 -OGQI<| Q9I 9ai-- 
Bajara House boat; a pleasure boat^ a barge; 
^f^Tl ^HTf a budgerow. 

G9. 9. (7. 9&b-9§l)~ 9IW (G9*a) 

Bajara tSee) 
©©I— G9. 9. (e. 9l9i; 919©5 «. 9I©=©»1©)— 
Baja ^ l 90IQ9I; 919S 9199— 

^W^ 1. Striking on a musical instrument. 

TOw(in) 5 I (q°. 9© aiq=ct© ©Q9j) li ©Q9i— 

. *l?B, ^ff 2. Touching. 
3t«M • I 5*319— 3. Stroke. 

^t\Z v | q|$ aQ©|Q <©Q©I© ©%G^M ^J^ — 

3P^T 4. A rectangular long basket trap for 

L catching fish^. 

q^I^ V | eJ9©-^ !• Struck. 


99IQ9| 


( +9*9 ) 


-TOW: $9 


9 I £11$! 9IG9— 2. Striking. (<g^ qq| q^j) 

€IG9. (tflAVO 9—9191; 9l9i— 
Musical instrument. 

sigq. (3 9$p) «. («©«! «© qgq caia $<)— 

(«q9) 9I©9I G9Q — (so and so) O'clock. 
Q9I(69)QQI— C9. -9 . ( tf. 9IQQ )— 

Baja(je)iba Q!©$| $ ^|Q 3pg, qq — The caus- 
^ferft ative form of ^Bajiba.' 

^rwr, «*wwi vj -wiqdio Qq$9i— 

1. To cause a sound by beating. 
3 I 919119 9I9Q 9991 — 2. To play on a musi- 
cal instrument}; to strike a musical 

instrument. 

9191 910 9Q 9I9«I 99IQGQ I $Stf $• fl$lQQ«. 93 I 
*> r'Hd" QQ9T — S. To touch. 

r ItKJI© 0&91 — 4. To strike, 

+ I g9lQ 999l> 31991 — 
5. To beat; to give a blow. 

<?SiG« gl^SLCQ^St^lU I 983 9- Q91QQQ. <?9 I 

9919 $WW— G9- fl ( BflSQQ «a ©g 1 fl 99IQ SOQtf 
Bajai buliba 9991 >— ^tfifl €}£ff| 9ft9l$ 9QI CIIQ 
C^^l C*^1 $£91 — To publish evil things of a 

§T§*ft ^9fT person; to defame a person, 

991 Q$K§»)— W- 9— G9Q GKMQ QSQQ $91 «wT 919 
Baja ghA£$I(gii) Q<39l..9|q SWq MU3KI — 

^ISfl ^ TOR? srfe" A striking clock; a bell. 

99l§f— G9. 9- ( *• 9IQQ )— 

Bajani \ | Q0IQ9lj 9190 — I. Striking, 
^1W > I 91QO 5l£?j 91G&3- 919*1 — 

qT5T*l 2. Sound. 

991 99— G9. 9— BGWOhW «HQ 91 gd" 9991 — 
Baja baji Touching or striking each other. 

■'9—* I 9I9Q 9991 — 1- Striking. 
V'lll- 9 991 — 2. Touching. 
99iq(«) ~G§G9; ««S. ( Erl. 991-Q©©; Ert. 99l£|= 
Bajaya(e) qaiOGQ^ Q99G^ )— 

TOfa * I #999—1. Exact; tallying. 

35TT, 3fT^ / 1 9^9© GJS©^— 2. Placed in the same 

position as before. 

* I 8999^© — 3. Unchanged; unmodified. 

* I (C9l«9 2IG9Q 91 ©211) £110© 699J> Q\<Q— 
4. Upheld; carried out. 


Sfl£QQ ft© G9K «S 912'' 9QS1 OQBlsqCQ <3§QQ , 

Q9IQ Q89I— 69. 8. GTL 99l)— t I ( 92JI 91 8flG9fl ) 
Bajaya rakhiba 9Si 9991/ ai£)9 9991; 9M9. 
Wh* 3fa1 Q$9l — 1. To carry out or up- 

3TF& <<sWI, ^IcrfMI' hold. 

^ I ES? QQ 219^ Q§9I— $. To keep a thing in- 
tact as before. 

TOIQ— G9G9. 9. ( ffl. 9I©I^=Q9 C 1I9Q 31^31^5 ^^i© v 
Bajara GJa^OIGQ6)QS9 c »99)^ 9$ $«)— 

^3irC, <|hlH I, Bazar; mart, 

-^ i G9f9iQ GD^fl — 2. A row o£ shops, 

* ! G9IQiQGMlq§Q QCtQQ ^©93 — 3. A road 
in the town 3 containing^rows of shops. 

[ <3~ 9ft G9 39I9Q Gift 99 Mi 99H 991 M» 
9<, 9i§> 99IQGQ g^ 9GQ 9^" 3GJ9 q3ai<i I ] 
v I 3SQ — 4 Collection; multitude. 

o§ G*$ Q^«^ ei© 1 *«iaa C H. gcrlo 1 - 
90IQ 0Q9I ~ G9. $ . ( ffl. 9I0IQ )— 

Bajara kariba 9©IQ^99hI9 &% aQQf— 
^feta ^^1 To purchase things from the bazar; 

103 4I4IK ^-fT to make shopping, 

99IQC1QQ— G9GQ* 9-( £Tl. 9I©I9+«K^ ) — OTTO- 

Bajara kharacba 9m99IS*i a^§9i (flai,' q^aj. 

^^ ^RlB Q|Q, 9Q9I39, %*, GOSJ) «S9IG9 919.1 filQO- 

^NK^ ^< — Expenses for procuring victuala 

and other daily necessaries in the market. 

99IQ flQfl— €9. 9— 9QIQGQ 9«© 39*1199 W2tf%§ 

Bajara garama ^ s^© $I$Q G99I 39§i — Rise in 

( 9£>iQ O9I — dfti^Q ) prices and demand of 

^t^t?M^ dMK^lA commodities^ 

G»@IQ QQ— G9. 9— 9$rT991Q 99IQGQ SOO© 9Q«i — 
Bajara dara Market rate; market price., 

(9919 §!$ — siQM^et) ^t^^tf? (&te) 4I4H4C (war) 

99IQ 9QQI— G9. 9—^1 991 QGQ ®$ 9«^ 9IS*» 

Bajara basiba o©91 — 1. The going on of 

4l*rta<fl ^nrrr^sTT purchase and sale in a bazar. 

? I 0«hSH?191Q §18® ^991 — 2. The opening of a 

bazar at a certain place. 

Q9IQ ^Q-^G9. 961. 9!- ( GIQ9GSS ) — G3^ G(39 

Bajara bula 9919GQ ^ €191 99 G9^ GQIGg— 

(99l€l9ft — $1) Earning his livelihood by 

*TfW3 feTT g*Wt begging in the bazar; a. 

vagabond. 


©©]© qiQi 


( *-»« r ) 


©©_ 


©©IQ 31©1 — G©€©. ©-(EM. ©I©IQ+<UQK0— a*d©Q 
Bajara manda gen© §15 6 ©$q© Wfc©l — * fal1 ia 
^ffirt ^MKHl^l the price and demand of 

commodites. 

<©©i© ©oa— aoqp) 

©QIQ a$QI-G©G©. 9— ( efl. ©l©l© + G§f©l )— : a©<3i© 

Bajara sauda G?S>© ©WIOs <ai©W© QQOQ^l 

Q«sg9i (Qffll, ©1$, ^QQ J 919 , ©IO, QQ9I 

GOQ,<3$) — Commodites which are the daily 

necessaries and are available in an ordinary 

market. 

©©iq— to. ©a. 1°. (©iqsgss) — v i w©©id (gq©)~ 

Bajari 1. (person) Living in a town. 

(©«©» — a©*%a) -» i si©§9i 9io 6 $9 (gq©) — 

(©©Kjfll— -Sfl) 2- Vilej wicked (person). 

^MfiRl, <\*t\C< • ! 2IQ© — 3. Ignoble; uncivil. 

^srrffr, snn^ o I ©©© ( ©^ ) — 

4. Vulgar (person). 
* i-©$9 (©§)— 5 Inferior (article), 
9 I ©$9 QQ©Q^GQ gg© 6 ©©1©GQ *KJ ©IflGQ 
^W^P S^^Qi (aew^Qi)— 6. (a commodity) which 
is made of inferior materials and is of low 
( wgo — er©fll9l ) P"ce. 

3>91SI €§©!—€<?. § - ©©©©IQ TO©I) ©©© ©©© 
^Bajfcri heba TOQI5 q$M ©©Ql— To talk too 

^WFte?1 *TOI^ *FOT much. 

©GO— G©G©. 8. M— (8©1. ©G©— ©!©©! Q^^) — 
Baje (<1G© ©41) ©!©©IG©TO — At ( such or 

frmim i n *nt such ) O' clock - 

(saal — q a© ©©©G© ©G©<31© 9© I) 

-©e©^-€©€©. ©• ( Q° )— «Hd| ©<3Q ^©^© 

Baje$ a©3l©© ©l&©l — Budget 

( ©©$— ro'Qp ) ^^ sras [ 9 — <i©i ©sq 

a©%% ©qaw 6 ©<a gqsg© g$© asj©^ to«i 

©go, ©i^i 6©^gs!© ©Q ©iq©i ©G© ©if^aqoe^ 

(revised) 9G©^©©§ I 3 

■©TO^aia— g©to. ©. (Q%©G©t+ai«— oe|Q)-- ggi©* 
Bajet pas a^Q^Q QIQ©!^ a©G«l©© ©©©I — The 
?wi>»IH GROTTO passing of a budget 

-96fir\flft,Q($) -G©TO. ©. (Q°. ©G©^6 ETl. 9©©<3) — 
Bajet mafijura(rl) ©G©^ 3IS (G©S) —Bajet pas 
^lOTfci^ ^gll^i. ^ (See). 

«Q©i© v *--G©G©. M. &° 6 3,1 (m. ©©©I©)— 
Bajjat 4 I 9JJ r % 55J 5 GSGQQI— 1. Wicked; vile. 


©$t©£0 I ^ 2. Low-born; base-born. 

(©9I©«I«1 — $1) ^^5 ^ai?f 

©SI©— G$G©. ©. '(ETl.— ©^a)— $910)5 SOQISfy Q|© 
Bajjati 961 — Wickedness; baseness; vileness. 

Bajjat (Sgb) 

©@i© ©litoi— to. 3—^91* ©a©i— 

Bajjati kanjhiba To exihibifc one's wickedness. 
[©91© G©«l(w)Q©l, ©it© ©191© ©©©I, ©91© ©Q9I 
•Wifo<p«l1 bTfellft ^*T?It — 2I©i©Q] 

9%— «l e . ©, (©© N al£— «© ©Q©l+©^. ©)^i 1 099 
Bajra qpfy a«(©. 09©©— 1- Thunderbolt. 

©§Q aoiwo ©l^— ^ 1 ©QS €QF©fl^ gaio 
0«©, ijoaj ©<$>©, Q© t a^,— 2. The weapon of 


€1% ©G^i©, ^^1©» «©1. 

a# t aeaw, ©i©^> SL©, 
I ©o, Gfl©, soai©, 

^1^©, 9Gi^j, Qfl©, ^i€h 

©si©, cai, acq^©, 


Indra (the rain-God). 

[ ©— qflTO©G© QG3<3 

G9J©«IS 6£J, ©y© qg^r 

9I9G© QQ 5 ggq«|©Q?Q 

f g ©G© 1 ^©q^ §i§^G© 
cQ«i«a ca ©^i© qa ©5?j9f 
aiG© 2iq©aic© ©iqr g©^ 

0©IQ SI!Q?1G© I G9 OQ QG© tJ^©qiGQ QqiQ* gjQ^ 
©GR I QQ, ©19 a| Mt© G«l© W© CWGQ ©19 
15© ^1 91QG©i ©§€©©<?©§ ©2JQ ©Q ai©9lffQ' 

g°9i© ©G© 1 qeiSQG© g©«iihis ea, $91$©^ ^ 
©Q©l aid Q*§ ©ao© 9N ©§ ©21© ©^Q^GSi 1 

flfli gq^JG© GQSiag Gfl, ©3G©G©€© ©^©4 3« 9^ 
(ai« 0©)G©qd^©0IQ©l«3r€0© ©fllQG©^ eg©s>- 
€©G© ^3^ G©9% GO© g©© 3JQ G9?(^ eg 9 O^j^ 

ef©9 So© 6 ©©or ©^ G©d 1 <j§9q eat© ©q gq^i- 
fll©9G© ©§© QS^ q^G^ Q«J ©Q aehicj©! ag 1 
G9Q© SK%G© ©g© «©i ©Id ©S?©, G©9, G9©, 

°S 5*. W ^ a tf> ^.a— §■ a 1 aa©«» GR«i€sj 
G©f^i§ «°fii g© aio©9 99 a ©^ ©©©leick 

©cta©i f ©qq ©§©© G©ia^i< 1 

« l ©§q a©i© 9© ©l^a sfi©l©— 

3. A hard stroke like that of thunder, 

■* 1 6©©©i fli©sr© ao g©i© «% ^9©§— 

4 Eight different weapons of different gods, 
[ ©— ©3 ©© G©©©! Q© ©©g©t© «% ©i©©IQ 

^©©5; aai— 9^*5© ©«, §©9© IkjQj ©^qr© aia, 
5§i0f© «a J aw© ©g, Qgor© %©a ©1 ©©, 


Q© 


( *-»«« ) 


99 £Q$i 


w, ^ji® 6 «g ^ afp?i£[ gig asaa o§ q$ 

^*>^o SflCo I ], 
* I S1QQ; «q— 5- Diamond, 
9 I 9#GQG1 QG&1Q— 6, Heart-rending abuse. 

9 I G2*I5) QQ ©Q99I <31QSQ %Ol— 7. A gem- 
boring needle, 
i- I ( *KgO ) s$<3«iQ G99GQ GQSI89I qcmqq 
©q — 8. ( Palmistry ) A sign in the human 
body resembling a thunderbolt, 

« i ( gqtos ) qv]|q >s> eaiQ sa^ «Q©a— 

9. One of the 27 conjunctions in astrology, 

[ o— o caiciQ sa^ * Qg sigs^ set I ] 

■*• I sfi^i$r QGOfa 6 W^Q? q*— W. The 

great grandson of Srikiushna and son ofc 

Aniruddba. 
ZK I %3 — 11. The Kusa grass. 

X3 I lf€L— 12. Child, 

«* I ®?> — I 3 . Student. 

^ v I ag — 14. Acid. 

m 

*** I 9Q^ — 15. Pumpkin, 

t£ I n^Q S^QfQ ~§a<5>— 16. Sudden and 

serious danger. 
\*> I 99IOJ 9©©— (8, a)— 17- Lightning 
■ir I 9§g5te (GQG) (g. a) — 11. Bajra lauha 

(See). 
Ad I QQ; QQfil (ft. a) 19, Spear. 
->o I (<?|g ^l) G3Q OKIiQ sa qq a^GQia (g a/ 
20 ( architecture ) A pillar whose middle 

is octagonal. 
n I 9|J5 ©Qtf ©CQ 391 OQK« (§. a)~ 

21. A particular mark appearing on the 

sole of Bishmi. 
59 1 eigs (g. a)— 22. Mica. 

J* I GGISQIS «3 (g. a)— 23. Hygrophila 

Spinosa (plant). 

->* I QQ& %a (g. a)— 24. White Kus a grass. 

->* 1 <5l© (g. a) — Fermented rice-water. 

S? I aijflqja (g. a)— 26. Dhatri plant (See), 
J9 I Sgcifi (g. a)— 27. Euphorbia. 

*r I WtfW 00 q^ (g. a)— Name of a son 

of Biswaraitra. 


>*. I Qgq* (GQ«)-29. Bajrapuspa (See). 

. W—(«0 ai§+Q$. Q)— 

V I ©Off — 1. Hard. 

> I 9§I^Q — 2. Thunder-shaped, 

* I 9IQtf — 5. Terrible. 

* i 2ig<*H— 3. Unbearable, 

* I 99QGQQ1 — k Heart-rending # 
G$. $tfl — £ I 9©q — 1. Invincible. 

* I QQ 6 ©QSlOr— S. Firm and lasting. 

(aai— eoi w (qi «©J w otq— ww 30 

Q9 QQQ— e. S>. (Q^1gi W' 9Q «09 OWJ3I8IQ)— 
Bajra kanaka e I CQIMIfl Ql GQIQft<ai fflW 
Q<1S) g.O — 1^ Hygrophila Spinosa. 
^ I 9©CI3 (g. a)— 2. Euphorbia (plant). 

©goo— s. s> — 1 1 echsil 6qa (g- aJ-r 

Bajrakanda 1. Wild arum. 

f i mow (cw) (g. «.) - 

2. Sakarakanda (See) 

* I ©i»asQ £tq (g. a.) — 

3. The flower of Palm tree. 

Bajra kabata(ti) Very strong door. 

Q§9l9©|-€^- 9. (*. 9g 6 VIO— 9IQ)— 
Bajra kapata eQQQ 919^ ^IffSVIQ a^ 9O0- 

9§ 0191 > ?lffH%a The Pangolin ( a* reptile); 
Q$ 9I9CI J the scaly ant-eater; Manis 

<W*lf% Tricuspis; Manis Pentadactyla. 

^5ra^T %^5r [g— <9IQ QQ99!^, 3Q 6 qjGQ ©Off 

casual© <iaQ «oiq G9IQ at^sj pa ^Qaica 
G9Q« g8ft qiq 291 a$ e§ g^i^ki otf 1 ^iqs? 

©ggw 1 <fliG«> ?j^ 6 Gifcq>«H ] 
Q§«o(o)«il(a)— gq. <?. (*. Qg-t-aaflO— 

Bajra kila(j[i) 9 I n I) O^ltQ W 9© «QQ — 

«Ki«ft}s5l A very strong bolt of a doop, 

^^f qq q^9 GQ 9^ OC«1 OI96Q I flO§a§ CllOl I 


9P 91* 


**oo 


9S>9I$9 €lfti 


99 TO— s. 9—^93919 <sn%— 

Bajra kita A kind of worm. 

Q.Q } «^G3i C9IQ CGI go? «i§ 

[ 2—< TO sa€ > SI* al€Q 5 ^§ TOQ 9§99qi 
o&Q ©if gQi aei9 aiogioftei $<i i ] 
ogqa©— w. "«. -(». 9^9)— sis— 

Bajra gupati Armour. 

(9§ 39 — ^- % 9 ) 9i«Q 9Q9 oae, 

fllQ sat* G<a CGI c^qa© L OS- «yt$4£* I 

9§6Qia— s. 9— QCLSata <a* (G9«0 (§. a.) 

Bajragopa Indragopa (See) 

9§gp— G9. 9. (s. 9§ier)— <j9€K5Q«Sli (^9) — 

Bajrafiga . A person of hardy physique. 
wot «IUrt*l 
9£ 9dl— ff. 9S. (Q^Slgi 9Gj+«fci VII. <*9.) — 
Bajra charma 3I91Q Q?f «9 <J9 — 

Having tough ekin. 
3 ^ — 3£jl gg — Rhinocers. 

WJCMOI— S. 9— t 1 (313) 9G9Q9 N91Q G9& 
Bajra jwala (§, a.) — 1. Name of the grand- 
daughter of Birochana. 

$ 1 (ow) qso&i stf (g. -a.) — 

2. Name of the wife of Kumbhakarnpa. 

9§ q$— e. 9. (945I83 98+sffl)— * *«qs? («.«•)- 

Bajra tunda 1. Garurda. 

? I QG^SI (§. a.)"~ 2 - Ga ^ e s»- 

* I 3iq$ll (g. €i.) — 3. Vulture. 
v I flat (§. €l.)— 4 - Mosquito. 

* I 9© (§- a) — 5- Euphorbia. 

9§ Q - }— q°. 9— <> I (9W) Q9«sq gssioq qaqscas - 

Bajra daiishtra Name of a demoD general of 

Kabana. 

OS* C9€Q<aa9BI9 t 

J I QgGGllQ (G9<a)— 2. Indragopa (See) 

* I §[€19© Q^© aqg (8- a.) — 3. Name of a 

demon mentioned in the Bhagabata. 
9§Q$— tf. S«. (9$$l8; ^^aft QOQ 9$ QI9K0— 
Bajra danta Q©aq q8g 9$9€f% — 

Having very hard teetb. 
9—^ l-SOQ— 1. Hog. 
/ 1 9^9 — 2. Boar 

* 1 <9;£]p_3. Elephant, 
v I 5)89—4, Mouse. 


9§ sigqis 

9Q ©GfS 


9Q 9819—9° 


9QQ3— e. 9 — (ST. 991) ©0*1 §e>— 
Bajra druma Euphorbius Antiqorum. 
(933 — CKfeqq) 

9§ fclQ— e. 9. 9?. ($939$ 9£j + a 81^+9$. ^) — 
Bajra dbara Q§ — The God Indra. 

9§ 313 1 aQ QQ «l°. 9^)— 9§aia (€9fif) 
9§ al<3! J **" Bajrapapi (See) 

Q^ 9SI— 9°. 9«- (9^gl§3 9§QQ 9Cff Q® iai^lQ) — 

Bajra nakha 9§9€i 90Q ©<aqo — 

Having very hard nails, 

g°. Q — 0§ <5>— - The mansion incarnation of 

Bishnu 

ogQIQ — SP. 9. W^P 99; 99 + QI9) — 
Bajra nSda ^ \ Sig© Q9 } .QOQ^ — 

s 1. Thander-olap. 

I 39^3 ^ I 39<3?> QQ ^© €19 — 
) 2 Thundering sound; a 

very loud sound like that of thunder. 

9— v 1 ssppscas; > 1 Q9©$cs<a— 

Bajra parTjara 1. A hymn; 2. An armour. 

9Q,9l@-«g ' 9«. (9§3lgj 9§ + 9]§f)— 9Sj£IIQ^9lg— 
Bajra pani Holding the Bajra. 

9§!^ J ^^^ a 5 I 9l$ti (§. a.}— 2. Brabmana._ 

90,910 — 3° 9. (^J 9©J 99+QO) — <3<3»9§) 9^91 — 
Bajra pata Thunderstroke; the fall of thunder 
(S>§a©Q — 819^9) 

90^1— 3°. 9-99 qj— 

Bajra pushpa T he flower of sessamum»- 

99,91^)— 3IS9. ( 9?©I9 ) 9.— <I©£9I9 9© 99n 

Bajra batuli QQ — Name of a wild tree. 

[ 5— <g9 trs Ss^oi^, 99 6 G9i^ioai 1 -q erffi% 
Ghti^) oia9ra 9Qg) I ] 
giG9 (ai©q_Q) 9— W 935fl99 qsw^ €9G99v 
921991 C9Q© «9 GCII^IO— Name of a Bmall 
globular cake fried with ghee.- 
[ o_<39i ^, COIGQ 9Q m< I ] 
9^1 — 1 I ^999; ©Q99^ ^©^9—1. Expert. 

2. Very hardy (person). 
QQfitog 9«— giG9 (€19919) ^-99 3q ©ISiq «a— 
Bajra batuli gila A speeied of thorny tree with; 
thorny fruits; Entada Hursaetha; Mimosa 

Octandra.. 


QQ91& 


K *•«* ) 


9§^ 


[ 3 — '<J^Q etq a^oig siGasi^© 9@ I ] 

TO^Ifi— 0°. S>. (Vg + 9I«) — 9gl$ (TO«l) 

Bajra b§na Bajrastra (See) 

9^QIQQ— 3°. Q— S©«3 9QI©ai, ga$fll0? OW q,Q« 

Bajra baraka qgq fl«Mh Q3CQ Q§ a^9IQ Q£{ 

© gi«l — Six sages said to prevent thunder 

if their names art? uttered at the time 

when raining clouds appear in the sky. 

[ g— C39&, W% G9S»iq©, g»g^ gas 6 

©^ «§3tGQ 9» 9IQQ 21$£} I ] 
Q§ ©IQfl— TO. 9- ( «. TO + QIQSi ) — 

Bajra barana £ | $© TOIOI 289^ 9^91©^ Qfll 
*W*fifl,^1*RW 9QQI aioT «6 Q^GQ WI09I 

4sHK*u Q9IQ ©ififl 91 mm— 

1. Lightning conductor rods attached to 

high buildings as a safeguard against 

thunder-stroke. 

5 I 9QQI §£ {GQ3) — 2. Manasa sijhu (See) 

QQ QIQ3— St. 9. ti — GtftofllWQ SjSiqMTOWGSS-^ 
Bajra barahi Name of a Goddess worshipped 

by the Buddhists. 

Q§ Q6P— CQ. W. ( 3. 9§+Q8Q )— TO. 9— 

Bajra bhanga G3§ Sqjji S3Q QQQI QIQ* fl|Q| 9$© 

9P1 QGJ J <& child costing its mother much 

q^+jtW P 8 ^ n an d l°ng travail, 

( aeil— 69sq, ® 9 9$! a 9^ S3§9 G9, flia ©s> 

q§ <^gt — «r. 9. ( ©flat; 9§+s§} )— aq— 

Bajra mani (9g3lQ— «iQi^a) Diamond 

Q§fllQ — W. 9— 9§SQ — 

Bajra mari Sida Cordifolia. 

[§— «<5>l 91QGQ ©GQ I ] 
Q§ «jp— TO. 9. ( W® €K> )— QQW Qfq SQ9IGQ 
Bajra muthi 9n9$9 TO2JQ — Name of an instru- 
ment used by goldsmiths in setting gem 

on gold. 
G§ q§— «. 9. ( S^Si 9g+q3JT )— 
Bajra mushti ^ | Q<g (g, a) — l.Indra, 

J I gWGSS (8- «)— 2. Name of a demon. 
* I ©afifl &JJI (g. Q)~3. Wild arum. 

QQ q&— GQ 9— ©QI9 g>«q ea^Gasi ®sa qo^Gas— 

Bajra muii A medicinal plant; Sida Cordi- 
al. 9SSI, fllOi* folia; Panicillaria Spioata. 


[ g — <I9IQ qsq fl a aio 


Q€Q sp 3Q i as qs eqqa 


SO. 9<3 G9I<^ ETQ 9fSQ?fi I ai©Q ?TQ £TI? 

fl. ©QMM qgq f.o «g €9Q9!<1 I <I9IQ 

q. ©CTQ^, ^ g ^^ WQ ©^ Calf 3QIQ «S I 
t I QI61— e. SJQ9QI I Q\ Qfift GSG^Q I Q°- Sida 
Rhombifolia. / | aoi— s. A9IQOI I ^. G^,© 1 
G9G9G3 I Q*. Sida Rhomboidia. * \ QQ\§<st 
qfij«a— ». ©IQ90I I <?. GQIGiei ^q i q°. Sida- 
Spinosa. ] 

Qg ml -». q— qi<aa^1 (g. a)— 

Bajra muii G-rangea Madrasspatna (plant). 

G>§ flIQ— TO. 9— GQf<^ Q0*g9l£pcjre — 
Bajra jana A Buddhistic sect. 

[ Q— 99l3lft OG« TO^SIlQi I ] 

9% GR9 -ff. Q— t l 0^ 6 9§j gjaGQ 5191199! ©Qgi^T 
Bajra lepa G^a^Gag — 1* A permanent layer of 
paint or colour put on a picture or image, 
> I 91 §q — 2. Varnish. 

* I ( $km\£ ) aw eQgi^l %Ga G©f^i9 q§gq 

efijc; G91Q QG9 — 2. (figurative) Anything 
which is attached to a thing permanently. 

v i ea^ G^a gito g>i§— 

4. An ineffaceable plaster. 

(ge«— sjps G9GP ^o aia atf gqgp qiq aw r 

a$ G9GS) «J© 810 9§ CG*a G9IQ QG9 l) 

[q— 9m too, oti oda, 99© mi, 90 d 

QQQ Q\9 G)^G«i G^g ^tSJGQ Q|§fe, yi, OTff, G9^- 
«OI, TO99I% SOI 6 qQSO 9aiQ -4( gQ^a g^Q 

©qjai< 1 <g G^a^i eoioi, GQQft, q^ n§§- 

QI^GQ GQ§Gfil G9 QlflfllO 39§ 9« arf^ giqj. 

^< \— Qq$9siQ, ^^© eg©l— ^gtoi qgi^ 

TO, G^f@— «. 9.— <19S«1Q G#?— 

Bajra lauha A kind of iron, 

[^ — G9Q«)Q aafllWTGQ 9SGQ79Q 3GOQ £|Q|Q> 

^ G §oi ag :— q«9g, aq^iiQ, ggiq©, oiqg©«q, 
Q^gcr, rf9g, G§9i«9§, GQi^ivg, cqs«i1 r 
wicqio. aSw© 6 sw— (§* a.) i] 
q§ gQ— ^. 9-— q^SQ a^9i qq^GQ 9§Q G9^ 

Bajra sUchi G*5f9«^} ^°9 ^9 3Q^ GQ9 9GQ— 


Thunder bolt 


t»^^ 


c 


9© Ga©l 


( *»oJ ) 


9VQ9! 


-Q9 Gfl@i— GQ. 9 — 9© $90— - 

Bajra sehna A strong armour. 

Bajra ha3ta cHQQISl ©GTO ^Ol — ^ famous 
king of the ancient Ganga dynasty of 

Orissa. 

9t. 9. 6 9$1. — 9§ Ql9 (€Q«) — 

Bajrapani (See) 

«§ G9QI — GQ. $. — * I 9SJ OQ Q<3a GQ91 — 

Bajra heba 1. To be as hard as thunder. 

W5W| (gal— qg« 9g qg G^l 8Q 9© G9IQ 

srsrc ^rr Q^5i i) 

9 I QQSiqj €991—2. To be permanent. 

(sal— eoi oio qi «©9i §oq 9§ gsq.i) 
^©i— «r. q. *l.— (95+tf. n)—K i .901— 

Bajra 1. GoddesB Durga. 

J I QQ4I 9$_; ap 9^— 

2. Euphorbia Antiqorum, 

■©eiai©— (J. 9. (Ml ooj 9© + a«aio) — qqgq to 

Bajraghata 9§)9I — The stroke of thunder. 

QSjiqsfr — «. 9.— sotiqI c^tefliwr flaeQ ©!W G97<$ 

Bajracharjya ae^i, ai9IGn_0OT6Q Qfll OT§ — 

The great Buddhist priest; the Lama. 

[g— 4 <$$g <$&ty 6 QQ9IQ 3Q ,WIQGQ 919 

©€} QlQgJ I G90I© <S QQSGQ 49IQTQ.W,, SI*!©, 

(e. qmiciq) i] 

Bajrabhara Black mica. 

<Q§|$— tf. 9. — <9§+a^ gq©)— «. I £$qi§,— 

Bajrastra 1, Electric weapon, 

J I QQSfQ 3% SIQQ — 2, Thunderbolt; the 

weapon of Indra. 

* I acq*}* (331 — €019, W 1^—3. Firearm; 

gun, cannon etc, 

<WIS© — S. 9. — (9g+«flW) — 90 GMQ W 9G99- 
Bajrasana A kind of posture in Joga exercise. 

GC11QO fliq Q|«, o| QOGQ ©191^1 GGIIQ QS 
GG©I 8©IQ 9391^ $0 I QOGSICIQ r* 3flq©€j^ 
<19l <© — §.Q. I ] 

«gl9©— e. 9S— ( ©«qi «fc$ 9© + iai9© )— 9§9iq 
Bajrahata 2J<a|© J gig — Struck with thunder- 
bolt. 


Bajri <" 1. Indra. 

? \ qq«i -8(5, aa— 

2. Euphorbia Antiqorum* 

« I GIQ€ — 3^ Buffalo. 

v I €©Q q©— 4, A Jaina saint. 

Bajrauli Name of an exercise in Hathajoga. 

QS (ai^)— 3— V I GITO ©Q9I— I- To go. 

Banch (root) ^ | Q«*l€i QQQ1 — 2. To give up. 

• 1 0«Q|— 8. To cheat. 

Q8— gq. 9— aw 91 €WQi g«»q eaiw Qifi>— 

Banch A throw of cards in the game of 

Gaffjapa. 

Q8Q— tf..W. 4°— (Q* x ai^. S0 x «9t ai^+W$. «Q)- 
Banchaka gQlQ©; €10 — Fraudulent; deceitful; 

(9WI— «3) craffc J* 

q 5, ( o©— *■!• A- swindler^ a cheat. 

-> |Si€]IQ— 2. Jackal., 

v I GeySi— 4- Thief. 
QBO— ^* 9— (91. ai%+$9. afl)— ^ | 99^^ S©IQ^ 
Baftchana o«9l5 €1001 — 1. Deception; cheating^ 
: (9^QI— ei^iQQ) fraud; deceit; knavery. 

> I (95 a|^+ «©)- S3IQQ; «©9ITOi Gaa^i— 

2. Passing (of time). 
€9. 9 — 9iai G99I — Obstructing. 

€910 © «» est? sfi^* ^os? — as- e^flgai^y I 

Q3! - GQ. 9— («. 9\ai4=€IQ 9Q9I) — 919f; fifl9Q- 
Banoha ^1 ^^TT dlQ^i — Living, 

©SIQ 9§QI-GQ.*§-* 1 ( M^lta ) gfclQ© ©Q9I^ 
Banchai kahiba 1. To diceive. 

98IO «$*? sg »ai o 1 ^*- W°$. fl^l^QO. cis> t 

7 ] asqsa ^9GQ e^9 wq *8^' — 

2. To eay a thing indirectly. 
• r I G9f^l9 9i§& GQI^QQl ^ ©Q91 QQ Qfll 
9@9l-^3* To speak in such a manner so 
as to save a person from blame. 

Qai(ea)QQI--G9. 3— (*. 9*. «ISt-€l«» 9Q9I) — 
Banch5(nche)iba (Qt|9| ^^|Q St9^ ^q — 

The causative form of 'BahTchibgJ. 


+W)»* 


^ 


%fa V I nQ€UQ 91 W^9 «|9<9 QS1 QQ9I — 
4-*NMf 1* To save or preserve or spare the life of 

another or of one's self. 

> I QirfQQI; Gfll€9lj QIQ9I— 

2, To sustain; to rear up; to maintain, 

* I 9Q9^ Q<S»IQ ^1 Q3I 9Q9I — 

3, To save from impending danger, 

* t qg^lj gf P G99I— 5- To bear. 

£ I &QIQ9I — 7. To speak with hints 

ZfyQ 9 QIQ SO Q®0 G<S>IQ 

9 I (»®l^. G9Q%) <1QIQ9I> Qfll QQ9I — 
7. To ward off (a blow). 

r | 3©|Q£ 9Q9li 9§9! ; W QQ9I — 
.8. To defraud; to inveigle, 

< ass Q^ ©s^swiciq 

9Q9I — 9. To shelve up a matter. 

\° I <19IG9QG9 «©*"«> 9Q Q3q9 «© 9Q9I— 
10 To spare; to use frugally. 

H I G§fa§ 9i^L W 9I SQ|g 9I ^ 2i&G9IGI^ 

<AQ. QQ91 — 11- To save a person from 

blame or any other charge. 

jQQIQQ — 69. 9. (^.9^9) — V t aiGGiliOiGQ 9HIQ9I — 

BaSehabanohi 1. Practising deception on 

i^tfcf^F eaoh otner or one another. 

MWU J I (QMS) ^ ^—2, (figurative) 

Enticement; inducement; pursuation. 

■^1 (alQ.)— ^f- (9* al%3©)— 09IQ9I 3 £)QlQdtl WQ9I- 
Bancbi (root) To cheat, 

■Q$ 8DQQI— G9. ^— €©f«8 9Q9 91 WR q^ Q<S»IQ 
Bafichiasiba QIQ9l^ To escape with one's life 
(9t99h- ^9i%9) f rom impending death or 
t^qt>fl *M4MHI danger. 

^S0£ 3ffl 9$ 8Q^e© I 999Q% OCfliqafl a. CllO I 

91 @09l~G9. S— (ft© 9i§) $Sl9© G99I— 

Banchi uthiba To come to life; to be resuseiated. 

^9§[Sl— G9. 9— 9M.I$ 9H9I —Fan; fanning. 


9§9 — S. M. ^ (9^ ai$+9& 9) -t I 991$©— 
Bafichita * 1. Cheated; defrauded. 

(9191 — $1) > I 9Q@9— 2. Deprived of. 
09. 961 (e. 9lCh)— ©Q©— "Blamed. 

9§9I— G9. ^. («. 9^ v al$=aS9 ©Q9i)— V I 9fiQ9l^ 
Banchiba fliQTOlQtil 9Q9I; «»I99 ^§915 913 9Q9I- 
<Jt5l ^^*fT 1. To live; to survive, 

©aQlQCffli <jg qo gq 9«a 

99G9 CIIQ QIS> ao G9 QIQ& I ^|f §. P^'^QO W 

^ I 9Q 9991; Q^ Q G99I — 

2. To be outstanding; to remain over. 

* 1 9% 91 999^991 9IS9!— 

3. To be eayed from danger. 

v I (9£> 91 QIQj 3139 $Q9I$ ?iQ9!g9 QQ9I? 
^TCT G9£1<a ©Q9I — 4. To pass (time); to while 

away (time) 
«?a;& 99 S3 as ss-l as I 

Qf GJ99I — G9. ^ — ^ I «flQ9l — 1. To be alive; to 
BaEchi rahiba continue to live. 

C^5 «(rt1 ^T ^IrlT J I 9^9^ QIQ9I — 2. To live 

long. 

9^Q-e- 9^1. q.°. (9S9 x ai^+Q(|. Q9)— 0»> flOIQO- 

BaBchuka Crafty; fraudulent; deceitful, 

(9«a— 41) G9. 9— 9%2fl — Jackal. 

V7 9 aqsq GQS9 9-asQ a^o ws^ 

* * * 

GQfllQ »ia ^Q9 GQ<;ft <^9GQ I «S, G^GOiaOOlq I 

q3h— «r. 9a (9i N yi%+9^. a)— gwsiiQ esiieii— 

Fit to be cheated. 
S. (§Ql; ^ft. e. 9<9ll) — 

t i sj^I9I9 91 a^a ®5 — 

1. Waste land. 
.9 I ©a ©9—2. High land. 

3. Barren and unproductive land. 

9&q— aiG9 (^^19 6 3€)*i) 9. — ^§jaia— 

Banjiri A kind of fresh water fish. 

9Sifi>— 3°. W (9« ai^+Qfl) — l 1 ?JG€J19 ^<a— 
Banjula 1» The Asoka tree. 

9 I G99$9! — 2. The cane (creeper). 

* | asal9Ca§ ($B€tf^) —3. A kind of bird. 
O^ (NIft) -q°.— e J G9^Q QQ9I— 

Ba^ (root) 1. To surround. 

J I 3I$I99 9Q91 — 2. To coyer. 


Bartchya 

9SiQ— G9G9» 
Bafijara 


9\^ 


9tpl 


( *»0V ) 


?tm 


* I 9il§9l — 3. To extend over, 
w I Qty ©£91} 9g9l— 4. To speak., 

O^OI— flICQ (9gQ) 9— (§» §• 9|9)— $°*l — 

Bat-ka Bellmetal pot. 

WjO— giGQ. (qjq) 9~(§? q. ;q^©|)_qoj. oiot— 
Ba$ki A small pot of bellmetal. 

Bat-ba To roll, 

Q^€«9— -SIG9. (gst«q_Q)9— ($». §. Q*Gq?)-Q3?~ 

Bat-lehi A round cooking jug mads of brass. 

Qfc— S. 9. (9^ ai$+Q$ si* <ffl a^Q gift sfi9l9QS% 
Bata §[9I$) — S. I 9QQS — 1. The banyan tree. 

J I 99Gfaj ©Q§>; $<3I—- 

2, One shell money; one cowrie, 

* I <Q 9<S»I QQ$>§ * qCl^<3Qq€l— 

3, One fifth of one oowrio or ancient shell- 

money # 

* I QQ>\; Q<5> 91 GSQTO GCIiQQIQ ©Ml 96— 

4. A round flat cake fried in ghee or oil. 

. * I 9©ai«>l§ 9g ; qs>l$ q*©l— 

5. A. round ball; pillule, 
f> I Sll^eh — 6. Similarity. 

5> 1 OQhj 919 (@|€Q<3)— 7. Price. 

r I WQ (§. a) (G93) — 8. Ba^akara (See). 

tf I 9Q§> 9QI99I (g. €1) — 9- Stringing of 

a rope. 

*o I 9S«l fl3^ Wfc — 

10. The mythological Banyan tree which is 

said to be everlasting. 

[ g_ qq qgasiMrro qgm «© Ga, q«M9 

£QSJ ClftGQ, GSG9GQGQ 2§l$ 00 GQGQ 9$ 

saiQ^q c«iweQ», 's^s* aw W sigqa flip 

G9GiiaiQ?lQ, 6 ©£Q 21QGQ $91 GQlf^ QS Q9GQ 9$^ 

caiQaoa i G9g a§>? Sft^j QGqi^ »gq qtgq I 
©q © 9^$ © ici99ft% wif «■ Q9 qt q 6 gs§ 

g§9*i <?£j file G9G$ I 91^ *K»IK* G<J $QG€i 
G3SIW 91^91% GSgSIW GS9^ ^^ 9I W 1 

910 era i egg qspi e&QGQ 331 «f «Q*i sgr i 
e^Cliff gQaiG© qq, ss IQ ' QOiw* QIa l ?9GCs,q 

Gfl§ QW G9I& 9W 9Q aWtalW^Wfllfifc I 

9i4GQ e©eoqp< '«'«* 9ia ©0% €9iQa$i 


e$1 ap©iQG9CQ <i qg«% ^ ^ Q( 5>lQ QQ9I aiQ 
q$ G99I a^% €«§ QSaiOS C06Q Wltil Qg^lG^ 
%9 G9G9 G9IQ fllO^rGQ 6Q«i 31QSS I 

<@ e«iQ Qdial €>qq QQSB gi?ig Qt 'sqsb q^, 

W 39QQ ajTCQ ^ v fllQQ ^QGQ 2i9S® Q®- 
G319 ©I QGt3 Gsai^l QITO §QQ OOQ 9^ 'Q09** - 

Qg 9^91^0: «a*i%Q®eoif G9i5i Q^©"i gisi gqqqi 
91 oiqfltif|«ii€ff aiaiQ^i©8 9$ciafliQ9 flaeQ- 

gQ^© G9IQ q©l ai^9lQ G9«l!sai<l l] 

GQ- 9— ( W^SK? ) 9*51 Q{» 9^Q ©19- 
&[$ — Name for calling Ba^akrushna,. 

Q^S>— e. 9 (9S-MlCa'. V)-V i 9Q 9199 991; QQ 
Bataka ^| e®yQ9 G9l«39IO 9%9— 1, A round 

thick pastry cake. 

? I 99 911 QQ 9§GQ 3|© G9iQ?J9l GeilQQiQ 
q5SI" Q© — '2. A ball of corn-paste dried, 
and stored for being used in the prepara- 
tion of curry. 

• I <qg©I£>! 91 r aai 6wq aQ^l^i — 

3. A standard weight corresponding to the 
weight of one silver rupee,. _ 
»l 9^1 (G9«)— 4. Batt. 

Q^Q(G9)q— €9. 9. (*. 9»)— ©©Q^ig QQiefqiO 
Bataka(ke)ra 6©0 9€l9l ©«G^ 9^9 a|^9l- 

9 ^ ^ I aaqoa m<StQ - cmQl ~ Sma11 pieces of 
9% Q«^l * metal or stone used as standard 

^t^W weights to weigh articles in a 

SRE^lTr; qln balance, . 

SIG9. (3[gg_Q) 9— 9tl; QOQ; 318919— 

Staimj stigma, 

Q*o1— sjct. iwfim) 9 -eat €9G3— 

Ba^akl A small bellmetal pot. 

I — «r. 9. (fl. a. GQ3 9$ eiql ^i)— Qei9lff^ oifr-- 

Batakjushna A name of Bishnu. 

[ 9 — qq^GQ QSS'SI «8 €9 g»^ Sfl^GQ 9|^ 
«W4 €©^ 0§) Q9GQ GSiQ qg^GQ I <3§ «ai^ 
^i QQ <1 SQ 9«*9$0 G9IQ8© I ] 

€9. 9. tf— «3*a GQ9«? 931991 9W — 

A name given to males. 

[ q aoqee %a- 9^, 9f, 9^ I «Ql9Qe^ 
. ^_0— 9W, 9S*ll] 


9$a$l 


( **°* ) 


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€9. 9. g_° — q$9 QQQQ 9*11991 ©13 — 
Name given to males. 
9$ 891—9* 9. (G99i9) — QIQItf GQ<01 ©IGiq <I9 g9lQ 
Bata patrl qp — A sort of herb; Lycopidium; 


Colcus Aniboinicus. 

[ 9-<K?l Q<%\% ©fl, 

©iq9, qo^ito 6 GG9, 

9«$S^ ^ 6 G3I0 GQCIG© 

9<aa ^qg© w*g© §<i l ] 


3I©1 S. fflfl- Qfflfil, 

3iq©9, CfligQi, GfiilW©, 
mai, ei^lGf fffS^i, 

iranr iftr, <wrc *ten? 

GO- &©,9§G©i 
9. 9<$i9$l 
9$ ff»— 9. 9 — 9© C1QQ €T© — 

Bata phalft The berries of the banyan tree. , 

C9. 9 — 9QEtt5 SB^Q 93$jl %i G©?0il9© G©IQ9" 

flM? 91© W WiQflQi 9§© «aqQca«— 
A bangle consisting of small balls strung 

together. 

©fcfl— QIC©. (9IG©*i©> G9G9. 9. [©I9l©a S9* 9IG©- 
Batama «,©G© SG<? ©191© QI©9I© ©§391 G9G» 

(bottomry) 91919% 999 G9Q qtfl 9^991 
«QTl]— 9I9I©TOIW a ^ GQ9SIG© G9& 
%dG© €J^1 G991 t^l-^Loans advanced 
to sailors at high rate of interest. 

OIW 318 flla<» QQfll gib? 910 S«l f3QQQ 

©*(©)©— €©.■©. ( ff.-QQft; 9». 9f )— 

Bata(ta)ra QQ odb Qi°^L*Q§ Q99GSS — 

^3 ^ The grey quail. 

[ Q— <9I ^°l^ ^ST» ©% a< * g ^L * Ga ^ 

8oG©mi »9I €©tq I <WI€© Sl©9l©G© alff 92fl©G© 

\Qflj© 9^ q©«G© ©G9Q-G169Q 9^Q9l OIQ 
G6IG9 <l Qflta^GIQS} I ] ■ . 
©*J«q©— G9. 9.~(©«9l©9r©J fl»q"9IQG© 9lft<jqQ 
Bata Sayana qa fcllQfl ©Q OT© 93G© GSIQ9I— . 
(Bishou's) Reclining on the Banyan leaf 
at the time of the Deluge, assuming the 
incarnation op shape of a child. 

©*l- €©• 9. ( *. ©^ fli. 9|« )— 

Baiji " * I 9IS9I $% 3«G© G£lQ9i-r * 
^j i ( 1. The act of pounding, with a 


flfo^b .41^11 


pestle and mortar. 


f^C% ^t- 5 1 (9. 9tj 91*— G9§ O giQ)— 

«RT QI9 2JQ Q99IQ QQ CTIft ^9^ 91% 

091;' 81$ eq.^ — 2. A 'metal pot consisting 

of two cups set on each other (for keeping 

betel etc). 
•HQffiQTj B09I9; $«foli 911^ — 
q^T 3. Stain; stigma. 

( Qai— £ aq9 9l^GQ 91© GQ9I^gaigoq $i 
qqq7\ I ) 

^ v I (<J. 9lg[ r ) t^rlSl99»lft aQqi WIQGR G^ 
^T QIQ G3^ 99$K\G99l%9G9 — 4* Commis- 

sion paid by the person exchanging coins. 
* I <!9 GQQQ q91% aQI G9€l« q9,IGQ 999IQ9l i 
SICT 9191 ©9qft v QWW — 5- Batta; rate of 
exchange between two countries. 
9 I QQ*$]j Qg/3] — 6. Commission paid to a 

middleman, 
9 I SQ— 7. Loss. 

r I 9991^ ( G9«t ) — 8. Dis-kSunt t»ee) 
(S I 69F«l9 Q9ia (9W9 ««?)% 995JIQ9IGQ G9^ 
21*191 9Q3I QQQ — 9. Estra payment made- 
for exchanging an old article. 
oiff "as 9*1 9$o Cs?i i oQflft*). WQOgia^ i 
^° I 9^^1Q 919 ffl9 — 10 - A name for calling" ' 

Batakiushna, 

^^ I SIIO %QQ ^Q9I aicT ^G^9 Sn q®!^ <^p 
9© Q«IQ QqsaiQ ^91 G5«t G9IQ — 
11. A thick thread made by twisting many 
33j tt thin threads together. 

*t*l. €9. 9^1— §9 G9IQ99I— 

q^TT §3ff Pounded with stone. 

SIG9. (©SUA) 9— ©tl; Wl© «© 99IQ 9911 — 

.. ; . / . . . Ebb tide. 

G^G9..9. (fi©D— 9*1 ^« ( €99 ) 
Bata nambara ( See ) 

©»(e*)Q©l— G9. 5. ( ^* 9^Q; S}§> ai^.39«5 ) — :J 
Batf($e)ibS , 91^91 $^IQ 39^ %a— Tli& 

?l^t5( #en?IT causative form of 'BatfoaV' 

.\\ : -* i si©^ 9^9 fiq G©?«9 dQi'AjL-afifc© ea«« 

: ©q©9l — li To cause a thing "to be brui- 

t .,- ,-.;.,-■ sed or pestled. 

; u r :* i 9tl 9t 9Q9I { €931 ) 

2. BatS ba^i karibS ( See ) 

91. S^-tflHRWS© 9^©I9«) QOtftQi-^To send 


*um. 


( ***# > 


9*- 


9*1 9«l— G<9. 9. (<Q\Sq 9$99 aQ),— «)<?m QQ^OiO 

Bata ghasba . $qq| q^ £999 SSQ ®§ 9|f9l I— 

, ^1; ^1 Pounding of pastes (before cook- 

9*1 99,9— OTG9. 9. (8<h13 G3tgGSW9 ^I9§© 9fi?)- 
BatS nambara <9 <ag G9$q Q€ll?<J a°Q 9I9I9 

to strr; qq. gwgr era9 gs^q geiss ca§ 

Q3.9 2Ii< ©I S»€G> $§I°S G9Q TOP G<3$% 
©SIS 9^991 0^9; fflQjLQ Gq,Q^-A fracr 
tional number given to a plot of land 
carved out and separated from a bigge- 
plofc of land having an original number. 
<Q$I 9?— G9. §— <> I 9I?9I Sqi — 1. The act of 

Bata b&ti • pounding or bruising. 

^T *lfr J I (ff. W) Q$19$ 9Q9|> 93IG9 ^QQ 

<ft*n<faft GQ9I — 1. Inveigling; seducing. 

#5T IN^ MaiqQ 9Q vtiQ? 1 e«»qdn qcrlQ, QsfcQQI ( 
* I 09I09— 3. Cheating, 

9*is>§ 9€js>i— G9. $ — 1 1 Q§icwj 9a 901 $§ 

Bata bati kariba $<ffrf| 9,^ G9laG3ki 9^!Q9i- 

(a$l0<g QQ9I — aO^Q) 1. To inveigle; to satisfy 

&tt&ft ^1 by hook or crook. 

^feT^M* ?E??fr, ^ ^TT J \ O99K 2. To cheat. 

9*1©- -69. 9. ( e. 9®9; £iu 9|a )— 

BatSli <> I G£16$ 6^9 69fel§ a9ldq_ SfflGQ G99SI 

^Pl^l 969 — 1. One who bruises or pounds 

^Sra a thing in a pestle. 

*lWft 3 I (e. 04(131 =.39995 3. 9<a- 21^,9 

^rat, ^fpft CWi). QIOGQ QI«f @Q QQ9I ©3GG} 

fl. «^GQ %IQfl 9«i9$9 9109 GW QG^| 9GQQ9 

3$ 9G3<3 — 2. Chisel,; 

[ 9— <9IQ 919 91 aiO 9QQI I <J £J$ Q|0| 

qjS QQi!9 I 93IQ6Q QI069** q&lttl, 9§ &9ISG9 
G9<» G> 211 I ] 

Bataliba ©cflQ Ma*|fl|Q3 S© S&JG9 «9Q QQ 91 

«R?G. 6g|* 09^ 9*lft9 9I99IQ 9Q9 SQ 81* 9Q 

9Q9I — 1. To thrust jute or other strong 

fibres, into the crevices of the planks of 

a boat with the blunt edge of a chisel 

so that there will be no leaking, 

9 i 9ft lOfiq. QJO,Q|f 9| — 

2. To cat wood with the chisel. 


9§~G9.9.^(3.QI%3L9I§ = 99h 3g© QQSH fl©q|)— 
Bati e [ q^l QCflQ^I $®Q% GQ^ q$ — 
^t^t 1. Commission paid, for exchanging one 
g^'; 3£! sort of coin into another. 

2. Tax; cess; customs. 

(aai— SS19 9fc1«asig» Q19 gqgqo gqsq ®w 

9H^Q ©9gQ 9SI91 OGSi %H?ll% S©^- 
S|fl1 GQ9I %} I) 

• I (Wqffl9) 9$$|Q QlQQIfl— 3. A name for 

calling Batakrshiia. 

990-— G9.9.(*-9§9l,gi. 9| a)— S®I9 9q% 991 QIQ9I 

BatiS QQQty Qh9^ ©^jf Q§9I @qQ^ 9i9g<5 

^1*1 ^1^9 ^^ — A mefcal P ofc for containing 
f^f^T charms and herbs 

«tf*tW3f / 1 GS3 qsji 9^ 9Q GQ9£? qq<5 OS 1 — 
Mf>*IW 2 - A inveiglerj a cheat. 

3. Name for calling Batakrushna. 
9991—^.9. (9S+9+^l. «)— v I GW3QI9 GUi 
Batiks qplj GGll«U qj9lj 99— 1. Pill; a bolus. 
5 I 941 9Q q«l ^^9 gg» 99—2, Balls of 
corn-paste dried and used in the prepara- 
tion of curry. 

9§9— glG9, (939) 9.— 9lf 3 3ffl — 

Batik i A pot; sancer; dish. 

©SOI— 69. S. — 92IIG9 Q^^lj OQ9I — 

Ba^iba *»tt Ore^Ti lRV» To inveigle. 

gly ae <i« g^^ cq?i*3 <i9isi siQ9 c« v? 1 
9©aa«. QSJI9Q Q^. 9. olo 1 

9^1—^. 9. (9%+$) — ^ I 9S ffllS)^ $s39Gas— J 
Bati 1. A species of Ficus Indicus. 

v\QH 3. fllfl— g^i 9%, [g— <9I SigaG9 9i9jO 

a@ QQ, 99iaf, sw, 94 1 ] 

a^q, QGfsIl, 9199111 5 I 99; 9191 (g- «•)— 

2. Pill. 

* I 99l 5 §1iQ9Ga^ (@. S.)— 

3. A kind of pastry cake, 
9^;-*. 9.(9^ ai%- 9891 + WaF: gj)— V | 3134 
Bata qfliQ — l. A Brahmana boy. 

-> I 9IQ9-2. Boy. 

* I ^%Q &9*G9 «^9 9^91 ap— 

3. A student. 

v l qiqq 3g«iq-fl9 — *• A Brahma na student 

reading the Bedas by staying in the house 

of the preceptor. 


( +**5> ) 


99Q 9*1 


[g— gjaoqa aSQ 99t9 ash^ ?§^ 39SI6Q 

q.Gj. GJ9G9 Q§9) gijgtfl qfllQQ 9£ G9IQ9!<] I ] 
! ** I am^ Q| ©GVia 9=1^ — 5. A fool or stupid 

or ignorant person^ 
GQ. 9.— * I 99 > (69«l)— 1, Bardu 2 (See) 
J I G999 Sqi OQQI sasjGQ $q»Sl 

^Q9t — 2, A ring of Kusa grass a wornJ by 
5j3-r^fteTj€t a person performing vedio rites 

*> I (£099^9) 9*$19 019 910 — 
<4gM\ 3* A name for calling Bata.krashaa.ir 

»9$£Q— 69. 9. (s. 9$=s$a$Q w\-, *. o*1=-Mj s. 

Batua q®q)— t; \ q\q <a|Q9iq ^399*3 91 <!)<aa|9 
*gWT G$9t ©SG$ 9i9$&9ffl9 <9ty9 QQ\OQ$§<% 
219—1. A small bag or wallet with a slip- 
knot contrivance to open or shut it by 
means of working strings. 

(sal— arc> 9351, 6^a 9tji) 

2, A name for calling Batakiushna. 

■^^0 qS»— SI69 (511998) 9— 1$ 9 (69fl) 

Batua gur^i Mundiri (See). 

-9^9— a. 9— (9|+»eei. 9)— 1 I 9$ (69a) 

Batuka 1. Batu (See). 

J I 9i9 G999 (G9<a) 
2. Batuka bhgjraba (See), 
en 1 9i«f|Q sf^fel ■*S9lg«!99GM— 3. A Deity 
presiding in Benares, an attendant of God 

Siba, 

q&9 G9Q9— 3. 9— SIQ99&9 ifelgQG^CM— ... 
Batuka bba| r * Da Name of attendant ftf Siba 

worshipped by people. 

9$^— GQ. 9— ( e. 9Q fij SI. 9*9 )— QI99!5)^GQ 
Batuli 9<i9$9 9^01919 ©6}9IS|9I &©» 9*1— A 
«tl?Wl round cooking jug made of brass. 

eRHfiC, lip^ ^5ft L 2~<^9 *|9 9§9I <§ «^G9 qo 

9^99«— 8. 9— <9§+2i&© 9QIG9 O +99*)— 
Batukarana §©|q 9|ffl9Q ^S9£}9 $r §9^j 
. 8$!9 ; 99— 
The ceremony of investiture of the 
sacred thread ofjthe twit&tarn. 


9Gfc— €9. §. 9«l— 9? 69$; 09 €99™ 

Bate Deceitfully; by deceiving, 

^ — 9^ftSj — To the]ground under a banyan 

tree. 

9S@I— 9IG9 (9^9) 9— 9§>9I (G9«l) 

battarda Bhattrda (See). 

9*1— 69. 9— (*. 91% gi. 9I|=99«* S^Sl fl9Q) — 
Batta ^ 1 9*1 * I * I 9 I 9 I r (G98) — 
*lfct *IF l.Bata4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (See). 

9*1 €1191— GQ. 9— W9IOT 919919) 99l99?!l9qE9 Gi3^ 
Batta khata 0I9IGQ. GQ9?llff €919^91 a9 

^l^ldl 6 <a|G>90|G9 9_9fl9I aff^ ggl9 6 9IQ9I 
GQ«HJ3N — 
Merchants' account book in which losses 
and irrecoverable amounts are enumerated 

and entered. 
9§0l(«lj— SIG9. (S<W19) 9*- (^a. 9." 99 91)— 
Bard-ka(kha) «. I 21© 99 — 1. Very great. 
) I 99^—2. Greatest; largest. 
* I g^g^iOi^ 9GqiGS 1 «fq — 3. Eldest. 
"* I ^G^PIS^— ~&. Excellent; highest. 

9^91 qa— OiG9 (^9^9) 9 — (^S.g. 99919991)— 
Bard.ka pua €9i14p— Eldest son. 

(<Jg96l 999I^Q, 9Q9I 9191 Q©hI9 09) 
99>9I 9©l— giGQ (9^49) 9— (%a. §. 9991 991') — 

Bardkaraja qfl|% ; O^Q^l — Emperor. 

9© 9©— S9. a. (^§9Q^ * 9$ ai§«9g9!, 99^ 
Baid barcl y© 9Q9I) — ^ I 9$9iQ QaiCia — 
^S^S 5 f^sft^ 3^3" 1. Long and vain talk. 

5 I goto — 2. Raving. . 
(gGSJIGI— 99 99 CT9lj 99 N 9*9 9991) 
9€^9f>(®)a— G9. 9^1-—^ raa^l— 1. Talkative. 
Bard-bardi(rdu)S > \ goia9iq— 2. Raving. 
(99993, 999G9Q— «fl) ^®^s ^'^^r 

9@9— 9IG9. (9IGQW) 9. (S. 99*1)— 9%9— 
Bard-ri Waep. 

9©£ 9I«— glG9. ( 9IG9^9 ) 9~ Qlfi»alft %^9G9 
Barg-ri-bana 9*1999 <9^9t9 fl^— A mysti© 

formula used in the Dhalasupari magical 

performance, 

9191 9%9 09 aiQ -2^% 3*933 9G9 t ] 


«5W- 


( #*«r- ) 


<?9 WiPf 


Bar^-li Senior wife, 

€»©— G9. M, (*. 9Q— es% *. 99 -^$99; W* 
Barda Apte)— t. | $9©-— 1. Large; big, 
(g|Q— eoq|9) -MQ9IQ — 2. Liberal; magnani- 
^5 mous. 

*%, *3T • I fl<5>$; fl9IG — 3. Greatj noble. 
v I 9GQI$$t — 4*. Older; senior; elder. 

* I gaiQ) G3^ — 8. Superior; chief, 
£ I 219^ — 6. Excessive. 

91 OP; €9al— 7. Tall; high. 
T"|aewi«9q% — 8. Major. 

* "I <$%9©l (99«il) — 9. Menstruated (girl); 

who has attained maturity* 
*• I eicafll G9§ — 1°- More than, 

qoqqh. qcrlo 1 
*t I *% 9Q9QIQ1 — 11. Rich; affluent, 
(9211— 9QGQQ; 99 QQQ qa !) 
M Q W6^. 93 — ^ I 2f®MS}— 1- Very much, 

9 q Si§ t QQPiQ V® q$ S-Gll I 

99Q 4, 9GfliQ Oft, Q. dlQ f 

VI 049OQQfiQ; «OTsai^Q— Much more. 
. «M a©M$lQ; 219*1$ — 3, Too much; excessively. 
G9. 9— <. I 9§GQ9QT flMGQ qs§<3f SGQfll 
9^SGQ 99—1- The eldest of all, 
■qtto eqnewr qi£<?«" <?o i %i«*e. oqiqqq 9» 1 
} \ QG^IQQ Q4§— 2- Elderly person. 

fllG9. (9l6Wfl 9— * 1 $?I€Q ©«a 69IQ ^91 

9£jf$9t* ©«T 9Q2II — 1. A bundle of straw 

made into a plait for preserving fire, 

9 [ gaaiQ (G9<a)— -2. Chhanakhai (See) 

* I lG<Mpafl&6 e 9^q) 9— 9Q QQ ($». 9.«g 
aefw 99) r- 3. Banyan tree « 

T 1 ( W19) 9- ^° — W>Q> 9IQQ 99 qQ— 

($g>t — ^jft 4, Father's elder brother. 

q& wai(6i»)Q9— G9.-9. («> -■*»©+«*)— <w ^eiciq 

i Barda al5(le)icha . 9IQI91® 39Q> .«€OQo - 

5^4^tf5 ' Amomum Subulatum:Cardamom. 

- ^Wft ^ l ^ft 1 [ (£*■*«» a €9QS^Jr BGOQp 6 Gfl* 


9® OS— €«?. 9*-*. I $99191$ 9S8 — 
Barda akhi 1. Big eyes; large eyes. 

(99 «aa.q?.— W) ? I G3^ <J§^ €8* 91 «%- 
(99 siiG<a4i— g,V9«a) ©211 9$ qca gi§— 2. a. look 

^5C5t^t or eye which is not satisfied with, 

- «I5T «f3R| small or little things, 

* I S^QIQ 9§ — 3. Liberal outlook. 

Q9 £00— GQ. 9 — 9IQ «t0 5 <QaPIQ OQ^ G«lO — 
Barda Stha A kind of game played ^wifch 7 
(99 Wfll— OGn%9) cowries. 

[ 3 — <9I ^19 ^91 0€?§)GQ G^» <$< I ] 

©@Q— G9. 9^i; 93Q W. (e* 9§+§)™a©H^— 
Bardai Very; very much. 

CKfq ?"3Q 9®|Q I ©QQIS), QdTO I 

Barda osha 1. Name of a festival. 

[o— gi^9GQ^GQ CW9 twjL GQGQ <g 

ftlfl G99IQ WOWK I 9*Q 6 g<3 ©«IGQ SSOCIOQ 
aQGQ4Q fl9IG99QTOlGQ 91^9 aJ^IQ GfiPQQ <g 
6*31 QQ391 GQQ^ISO cqci ^Q|§ I ggera €|<^ 
<9 6<ai 9G)g) 1 
gg 6 «^®ggj goo© Gallia 9©^ aaiq ©sigg^. 

'99 faf G9IQ 09^ I ^8 S© Q9 qs g l1 ^^ 

®§<l 9qsaiQ si^ff 4f^i q 1 (^Q^g) 90 ^9sia9i 
Qqaw I ] 

• > 1 <1Q 910^ 43Q 9ft9a Qq,l (§ Gfllfe aiQ-- 

2. Name of a coarse yellowish kind of paddy, 

Q@> QQP— W- 9—99103 Qia 9GSS — Spinifex 
Bar^a kanka Squarrous (grass) (Haines). 

Q®9ai— G9. 9. (S. ^®.+ Wll)— t I SW, MI3 <a<f 
Bar^a katha 9l9ltff| — 1. Long story, 

3^*11 ^ I QG©«qQGQ ^3Q— 2. Loud talk. 

fchftold w I a^QG^I^ — 3. Exaggeration. 
v I 9G9Q> GI9»q§ 92II — ^4.. Arrogant talk. 

* l 9G9 < a^GQ q£*<3l G9ICIH 9<3^ — 

5. A matter of particular moment. 
9 t £|ai9 9<aq — 6. Chief matter. 
0© ^O^ll™ G9. 9. («. ^^©I+QO 6 !!)- 

Barda kanya t | 9QQ OO1I3 9^QQl 91091 — 

L A girl whpse menses have appeared,' 

t ^i- / 4 9)^01 G99I QGQ 99IQOI ©9SI — 2.A- bride 

given in marriage after puberty. 
$9 9€}©hr-G9. #— ^ I G^l QQ9J— 
. BaE^a karibS 1. To regard aa great. 


'©©©^ 


V **°tf ) 


©9 ®*8t 


33T5TT 2. (figurative) To respect; to love. 

* I Iffla ^9 G9^>i oa"^ qqq aiQQ ©q©i— 

3, To bring up an infant. 
©@ Q%— W. Q— ©G3<3 ^|«(. Q|^ q, 85l _ 

Bar£a kashta Too much pain; agony. 

(99 ^rai — affi^o) ^s ^§ tc ^ ; ^r 
©© Qior — giGQ. («9©io) q— 99 « ©it? (g©«) 

Barda kanka Stork 

G9. ?<su (q: 6^1)-G9sfi 6 o«C€ii§>a 

(^^)— Tal1 aD <* thin-legged (person)- 

Q© ©IO— G9. $— <]© g©|Q 9© GOIQ — A big long 

Barda katha drum (about 4 cubits long). 

[ 2— <I9I *i v 9!© Qq, 6 <£Q 9IO ©t!93&% 6 

<?[© <3jQ qjGQ OS i?Sj3 G9IQ 014, 091^<3©I*1© 

GG3© ©I^SG© g£3Q 9IQ€I© S>Q ^9 ©IGSIQ ©Q 

©© QI©Q — 9IGQ. («W) 9— ©IQ Q ( G93 ) 
Barda kandula Kandula ( See ) 

O© 01 fl— G9, 9. ( S. $9© + ©£ ) — 

Barda kama ^ | 9§>!9^Q — I. Much ado. 

©?©l§ lao^QQ -Mqwcq©— 1 Grapndeur. 
9Q ©IQ3IG I J ^ ^s 7ft «t qmr 

©© ^-SI69. ( QIQQA ) » — t I 8C«— 1. At last. 

Barda ku J I ©qGQ— 2, Then; there after. 
9© ^80*Q — giG©. (0991©) 9. (tf. ©S + qfllQ) — 

Barda kuinra q©qgi©9GeisQr qm— 

(99 qsi©— «©i%0) Title of one of the princes. 
©@ G©S>-~G9. 9— «QQ ( G9GI ) 

Barda keli , Khaira ( See ) 

©© GlQ— glCT* (©81*0 G?G^. (©I. 99 G9£l)— 

Barda gala qg|£© 69§9 ^©ISJ© €l|ai9G€]g — 

(9Q 9iQ— 9©^) A subsect of the Ramanuja 

Baishjnaba Sampradaya. 
' 0© Glftl — 69. «> — QG©8iQ — 

Barda gala Loud tone; loud tongue. 

(99 ais— «ffiqp) 

9© ©Q—glG©. (€1901©) 9— <J© ©IQq G©8I 9©i Q©|- 
Barda gila tf© — The fruit .of a wild creeper. 

[<5— «9l©©ilS 5 Q$ I QQ| G9Q^9I fl|f 

CTIQ3W I ] 
9© $$— €©. 9 — «© S9IS} B%— 

Barda gunda A kind of weapon. 

[ q— 491 as^Qa^sag ©q 9Gsaa ^^\^ | ] 


9© qq — S9, 9 — i 1 atn 6 sqC® 9Q©iQ — 

Barda ghara 1. A rich and respectable family.. 

y ! ^9<?l^Q^lfU ^9—2. A big house.; 
O© QIQ-fllCQ. (?iaQq_©) 9— 99 oto — 

Barda gbai A big moat op canal. 

Q© QIQ— giGQ. (q^lQ) S. W— ©9 <3N* ( G ^« ) 
Barda ghaiS Bar^a ghaen ( See ) 

Q© Q\<T~ CQ. 3. 9^—1 I QG^I^ G©I§GQ— 
Barda ghaeH 1, With much force, 

3?c ytCT > \ ^GWQGQ— 2. In a loud voice^ 

* I «W©0 GMGQ— 3 With-greater force. 
v I *W©Q €JW8WeQ— 4. More loudly. 
O© ©«|— G9. 9 — fl*$ S?IQ^ <* §©IQ ag^i — 

Barda chana A big species of grain like pea. 
©@ q*- TO. Q— V I ^ ©I G^J^lGQ SJP^ S§5)lQ^ 
Barda ohata ©®(9il|Q ©C19! ©3GQ §s3QQr 919 

©^l©Q a^— L Monitor. 

J I gato ^ — 2. Chief disciple. 
Q© OIG*— 9IG9. (©IGi^«l.Q) Q.— Ml OIQ (G9«i) 

Barda jaja Tana Jala (See> 

aiSfGQ 99 q|Q yq saisogj — Big nets used 
for catching big fishes in deep water 

©© 0Q - €9. ^. (^. 9©fiB©0)— ©©«HQ©; <]Q QQIQ 
Barda jira 9^ ^ _a kind of wild cumin 
tf. — a©^i «ilQO, ^9^l»l, seed; Veruonia Anthel- 
sg ap, ©^ ©^]€ilQ mertica; Purpule fleabana. 

fl 0©«ISQ Q [3— <9I g«l©l©, ©£T G^€! ($. 

%.. oiol^iq. gei g^qgq iSfiiaMa 9t9§© 

©9^ «fig §<] I <9| 9^1^ g^ \] 

©© qa8— to. 9. (a. w afli«i)— o© g©$ p^ 

Barda juani a©GAI9l — A kind of AjwaD; Seseli 
^. ©I5t— aocaiQI, Indicum.. 

«q<n, fli^p, oth©, [q— <9i ©t, ^QQOjOa" 

0I9Q, GQ0^§«1 S : 9«©©i <19l G»9 GqQ,, 

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Bard-jet (tu) QG©VN«0— Ba 3°t ( See ) 

[o— CIS fl OTIQ SQQGI6Q «0§Qr G03IG0Q <1 

Q°q@ «ioq q_g '©* asQ^iL ^ <•> *Q i^%sa 
WIS &Q QWlQtf ©S^ I G°qs> 'oc£ SOQ. flMi 
€ &3fSt' G91SI ^©IQ«a SQSJ l] 

09 SQ»I — GO. 9.— Wj 3$W $flfc| 9G€IS— 
B<*rda jena A family title of Kshatriyas, 

*Q@ C9iq— GO. a. — (?- 9§ + a. GS?I§) — V I TO/K>- 

JBardajor aQSI^lGQj %4 H 9QSI3GQ Qg9l^ SIGQ} 

^1^55j^ s^sIQq G€t<g alfll aQOIQ QGfSl— 

N^Wk 1. Making the greatest calculation; at 

jhe highest computation or estimate. 

> I QQI$ 693 GOGS*— 2* At beat. 

=o@oi%q— go. 9—^ 1 ©swaiaor qq^qw^j di^ic? 

Barda thakura $9 qq 9QQSI — 1. The elder 

3^t^t *N^dl$< brother of Lord Jaganntatha 

or Srikiishna. 

-> 1 q^Q ca^iei goo — 

2. Lord JagannStha at Puri. 

* I $S,Q; QQO ft— 3. God. 

=w ©10— siigo iog&) $— a » — 

Barda tathi A big plate 

BaxdatSr Very; very much. 

4i>©©— GO. (e. $§) — V I ^§—1. Increase. 
Bardati ^ | ^^9 — 2. Affluence. 

^fcfir 3. B.139 in fortune. 

* I SJ^QI 80I2J — 4. Excess; extra; surplus. 

^© $^ — 60. 9- $9 €iO'; QG§W— A loud tongue, 
Barda tunda ^5^1 4ldHM( 

^@§$|— GO. M. 9f— ^ I €9 QQ3QGQ Q2II GG9 — 
Bar^atuntja 1. Of loud tone. 

(99§_$«1 — a©iqp) 5 I GG$9i— 
(09^$, 99 %G*W™ ^1) 2 - Quarrelsome, 

«9 Q;«V-go. 9— £ 1 gag $31— 

Barda dancja ^ftsi tijku^l 1. High road 

^ ' ' Q€1g qgj — 2, The wide road extending 
from Puri temple to Gundichaghara 

1 n <nMeh^aKrai. 


Q©QI$%Stel— QQ9~ V I ttl) SOQGQ affQI;' Q^EIiq 
Barda dandaku jiba GOQI — 1- (a woman) To go 
3t^tWfl out of a fannly;"to go abegging. 

5 I (fiGQQ) C9OTq§ aQ«q,Q Q€)QI — 

2. (a woman) To take to prostitution. 

$@ QI9— go. S>— ^ I asi1G3»GS) sagj OIG> a§)TO 
Bardadana G3QQ §Q®<3 %pai ^<3 — 1- The moat 

lucky throw in dice play, 

2. The gift of a very valuable thing. 

q©w— go. 9—? 1 a°Q«n ogas) ^I9Q ©1 ^* M; an. 

Bardadina q^ — l t Christmas day falling on the 
^sf*R ^^lf^< twentyfifth of December. 

$ 1 a%!qiwj»iMrQ ©sgasj sigQ G€i^ q9I$q a^- 

2. The Christmas festival. 

G9€l1 — 3, A day longer in duration than the 

night, 

Bardadumg; S€ll9aa^ Q?Cai<— An elephant. 

WPd W4*H having its tail hanging to the feet # 

o© e<5Q<a— so, Q — 1 1 q.^Q ©eiQia^r 209— 

Barda deula 1. The temple of Jagannath at Puri. 

. ^swfear ^gwfr^t sQ^iCQ 99S0QG»s , iegayi^aa«[9iffl 1 

/ 1 GQGSiqgKJ SOQSi flaiS9 ^©3?1 «0Q — 
2. The highest temple in a group. 

Q@ WIQ— GO, 9 — « I SfllSl a|Q— 1. Coarse paddy. 

Barda dha D & 9 1 G3§ 2tl9 G^a1 Ql^i Q0I G99I 

G^GQ OS aiQ 9^l9KdQ Ga^fl^ ^^l §<]— 

2. A kind of paddy which is harvested late 

in the harvesting season. 

Q@ff<51— GO. _S>— (<M) WiQGS^— Name of a river 
Bard a cadi . ^ in Ganjam. 

[ q— < 9QI aqjiQ -qio^ 9i9iQ €fl§Qt 
^^GQ 6 q€$$!l 999AQ OSeiGQ 90lg© I <^GQ 

Q@oia-GO. s»— <3ii©5 ga - ab g9§— 

Bardanama Fame; good name. 


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Q@m — CO. 9— <L i CIS*— 1. Pride. 

Bardapana ? i 99GQ^$ afil CWI ^9§l — 

^5t^ 2, The state of being rich. 

q^^f • I GGl7Q9j W§ — 3. Greatness. 

[99agfSD(«f ) — 210 ^a] oi9» St?^ 9$® fl,Q *$ * w 

v | siia«51K^99 QQ G03IQ91Q §19 — 
4. Assuming to be a big man; self aggran- 

disation 

;Q@9$!— GO. 9~<* I 609©lTO m® gigaqOQ— 

Bardapapda 1. The chief BrShmana sebak of 
^B9\M a Deity. 

2. A title given to Brahmanas by kings. 

glGO. («1Q) 9--SISMQQ qdG §l§3 $>aQ 

QQI^GQ^ — Title of a high Brahmana 

family of Jajpur- 

'QQ>90l-§IG0. (CIQOIO) 9-©9$l <G0fl) 
Barciapada Chahata (S«e) 

Barda patali Olereospermum Suaviolena (tree) 
*ft&5\ TT§T (Haines). 

Q©9I§-G0. $— 99 €l«l (G03) 
- Bardapa$i Bard gala (See) 

Bardapatifi The chief long pole at the top of 
9fffVfatBf a thatched roof. 

•- mJfcH GO. W. 9? — * I 63 §WG€> Q2JI QGO— 
99 aiG%$ I -i I. Loud-tongued. 

99 aiGtlQ P 5 T €3 9$S> Gl8 Ql€^™ 

2. Talkative. 

-Q@9IS-G0. 9. ( WUfi^lGGGQ aa©Q £G^G*i 
Baldapas S. 9§ + &°. aia)— $Q } £191 

^5*W GsraSQi aitf a^qioQQ Sags^ goq flQ| 

qq^q Two; second pass (a term used 

■while boya ask the teacher's permission to 
go out of the school ior easing). 

-9@ai@28— GO. 9. I*. <29© + aO)— $©90 — 
Bargapabia High position. 

<FS<TC srSTOT. GO. e— QOaQiliq — 
(99919% 9991^1 — Wm%9) Of high position, 

IgBargapittoiS Snake. 


q© qa(©)— go. 9. (*. og+ggj- goh<| q£— 

Barda pua(ta) One's eldest son. 

Q© q*1— GO. 9— <> r W«H9 !( G0<3 ) 
Barjla putri 1. Putrajiba ( See ) 

> I 99 2 3 — -*. One's eldest daughter, 

9© G9$l -GO- 9til. q_°— * I Ga§ ©WQ Ga$ 99— 
Barda peta 3. Big-bellied; pot-bellied. 

[99 G3f («)«— ao^fl] 3 I GQ^ GGJQ G9? WQI9 
(99 GEI*1, 99 GaGtQ— ti) «l<h G9*— 

^f^W 44<)& 2, Voracious - 

©@ QQQl— giGO- (M, ei9©io 6 s$qp) 9 — 

Barda bakaja g^ 9ai G9ai ^WGtiQ — 

Dalbergia Faniculata (Haines). 

Q9 09-CQ.W. (9§90ftia g ^) - S3GWqg><l 99 
Barda barja (Qg qi GQQ)— Many big (things 
^5 ^5 q^T ^^T or persons). 

GO. a— 99 99^ (GO«l) — Bard-bard (See) 

Q9S*@ G@G»I — GO- 5.— * I *3» W Q99I — 

Barda bar^a heba 1. To chatter long. 

<T5 ^^5t=Tj ^5 ^5 ^?t J I 9l%p QQ 3»!3 9OTI — 
^T cf^MI To rave. 

* laa^qQGQaBQi— 

3 # To grumble or murmur. 

Q©Q^ (^)«fl — GO. 9— *. I «fl9^IQ^Q WPa%SCWI — 
Barda bar4I(tdu)a 1. One's deceased ancestors 
(9©99GG» — Bffiq.9) ) I aOSHQQr 'SI^QIOGQ 99© 
^I*t flf t 0J?9%«I9I9<}Q 9^© g©fll— 3. The ima- 
qfPT^f^r gea of the deceased ancestors made in 
the kitchen (in the case of the sadras). 
GO. 9a — 9999a (GO«i) 

Bard-bardia (See) 

Q@Q©(@)ai afllQIQSl— GO. 9.— §G9Q WI9IOT (G9«l) 
Bardabar^i(rgu)a amabasya Pipei amabasya 

999?(?J^ SIGAQSII l_ a o, Qa (See) 

999$(9)a afligil J L 

Q9Q©20 919 — GO. 9.— §I§Q afli9l4ilGQ 8©G<9QS? 
.Barda barduadaka"' ' l QGQS1GG). SIGQ9 SOW— 
|^[f*t^ffr Offering of light to the deceased 

<J*"4>i.HI ancestors on the newmoon day of 

Karttika. 


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©19 :— "9999a GQ ! 

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9IQS 8191*6© A9IS3I9 4IQ 

9©9©CD©i©9l — G9. 3— 9iS©. 8AI9IOT 9^ q©S| 

Bax^abarduS daldba g^Q @QCQ9Q QGQSiGQ 

* $TO Wwi ^11 333919 6 fll© ©Q '9999a G9 

•wkMr wiqgq w, siqaGQ aia, 

9IQS ai9H96€) ©9 ©91$ ^131* G9IQ 919 
G9Q 3a 9091, 9I^Q2I)Q 9«f $»[ qj §99^ 
G$99l-s-To raise up a lighted faggot by 
invoking one's deceased ancestors on the 
evening of the new moon of Karttika. 
9©9Q — flIG©. ( «9»I9 ) § — €1€I§)2I]-9»9W 9I*GQ 
Barjiabara ^SflQQi 9[q" 9§£> aiQ$ B«ft9€9 G99I 
fllfif QlftGQ 99IS1IQ $91 GSIil 69tf|— 
Twisted and plaited straw taken by carfcmen 
for feeding cattle on the way 
Q@Q|— ff. 9. %l (©©=«§ + 91 ai^CW© 9Q9l+©§. 
Baigaba a-ri «•)- V I GOItSl — 1- A mare. 

9 I s/s.sjsii qqoetffll G99!9Ga$ — 
2» Name of a sea-Dymph; a mythological 

female Deity with a mare's head, said to 

inhabit the ocean, 
*> I ««ffil Qsa^ — 3. Aries (asterism). 

*l ^6$91 WQiqqiQ §£j<? AI9I — 4. The 

mother of the heavenly physican-twins. 
s I <J.q,9Wl3 9lsfl — 5- Maid servant; a female 

slave 

* 

9 I 9Sij Qstiil — ^* A female go-between; 

a procuress, 
9 \ 9 9 9$1— -7. A Brahmana woman. 

8. SajnySi a wife ot the Sun-god while she 
assumed the shape of a mare, 

99919 — 3. 9. «L Q GQ3 9Q9IQ q«% $£J<a af )— 
Ba^Labagni qqQ, eiQ^QOSQ — 

9Q9I99 I Submarine fire or flame. 

999tq« } WC| ^ a [ c— < aa 9991 91$ G9W 
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4^9 acy) Sqq acntyQ G9ia *§8© $« I ] 


9991 atf— *. 9. ( 9991 +aa )— 

BardabS tlrth* §Q QIQSQ G)a9SSIS — ) 

A sacred place of the Hindus. 

99 ©l9| — 69. 9. 4°. («&<? 919?©) — ^ i 8«|q9— 
Barda bapa 1- Paternal grandfather. 

it$* WW 5 i QQh% 010; G9©0I— 
^T 2. Father's elder brother. 

99SII } -i GPIOI^ ^ fl Sft S^IWJQ (90i) 

99?1|SJ I ; ; W $ ^IGQO Vff 

999l§— G9.$. — I I C9l«l9 ©UtfalQq 91 SiaSGQ g9f- 

Barda babu ^alq 9flq^5l|9«?r «^^GQ S^I9 ; 

^t^ Q^q 91 GAG90Q— 1. The Indian head of 

3%3T1 an office or workshop. > \ Qg^ as 9 v. 

9G9Q — 2 Father's elder brother 

9991^0—^ 9. ( ^99) — a«TgQflt9— The wi u 
Bardabasuta physicians of heaven 

99©|$©— * # 9. ^°— *qi ©9; 999l + a§9) (^9 ©y 
Bar^abahiata <* gQ|Q 9|g q a ^ <QQq A ** ' 

9i^9raTge0 99l9 9Q9J ?iq 9IS19 -Slia©t? Qig 
%69 Q^Im ^< — (Hindu law) A person who be- 
comes a slave by marrying one's maid servant 
9®G91^ - G9. 9. %1— <. I qQ©> 9Qgqqr $|— 1. Elder" 
Bardabou ^^5^ brother's wife or widow. 
^ftlg ^prl ^ I eOi^l 9AI9I— 2. One's elder- 

^" *tt stepmother 

99G9IQ— G9. 9^1— Q9WGQ 9 9§GS* gjg^ M(Q ], 

Bardabola q§ qj^q g|| — One who can not heav 
^IWW 3^prital«TT£reR unless talked to in a 
99G9IQ I - loudtona 

99G9IGG&Q I * 
9@i G9I@— €9. 9. 3,1— ^ I 8Q9IQG9 G©«iq WQ ftl— 
Barda bohu I. The ?wife or widow of the eldest 
^dftl ^J^gplg; son of the family. 

3 1 gl§99U G9I§ (gqG9l§9 93<5]0) I 
2 Matured daughter-in-law as opposed to an 

unmatured one 
99 QQ— €9. 9. i°— G©i^$ ©I— Elder brother. 
Barda bhai ^gtfW ^%vm[ 

©9Q9— 91. 69— (flqftlQ) 94.— 1 / ^9l°Q— 
Barda bhaga 

(99QG9I— «©«iqq) 1. Great portion- 

J I ayp «T«h9 — 2* Majority of, 
• I WlGaal 21^9 ©yj — 3. The largest share. 


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9@§(G!|)— s. 9. ( 9» ai$— siq© QQ9i+©$ «9+ 
Barjlabhi(bhi) Q, $) — ^ I G><g9tQ| — 1. A room on 

the roof of a pucca house, 
> I GQIOlQ SO $9GQ Q©0 q<^a 91 G^S— 
2. Thatch or awning spread over the roof 

of a building. 

€Q. 9. ( 3. 9§+gj )— 9Ge<a Qq — 

Great fear. 

$® fl«(S(l)— «• 9— 9OT ( G9« ) 

Bar£a mali(lli) Madhabi ( See ) 

Q? flt— GQ. 9. %1— V I Ssusq— 

Barda ma 1. Paternal grandmother, 

^3 3(1 j I G9GOS) — 2. Elder paternal aunt. 
^t • I GS 1 ^ 99|©l— 8. One's elder step- 

(99 q|tt — affiqq) Cf&fc Tl s 3Psft mother. 

Q® q§— GO. 9— « I ^9 91 flaifl 9H^— 

Barga munda 1. A rich or great man. 

(99^*0— TOi%a) > i ^9 awiaiol 9^— 

^jj^ 2 A very influential person. 

6, A very influential patron* 

(Q0I-G3 Gi«Q 3IQ9I Qia* «9 99 3$qLtfQS) l 

Q9q$ €0 ^4T — giG«> (GQte) 9.— Ml— 

Bardamundia chanti Big black antj the black 

piamire or emmet. 

q® qpi— G9 9— 9ICIQ ^211 ( G9«t ) 

Barcia mutha Nagara mutha ( See ) 

Q3Q G>®Q G@9I— G9. «— 99 99 G99I { G9« ) 
Bardara bardara heba Barjla barga hebS ( See ) 

^5 ^5 ^1 oocww oacQ vs<a 9§a gsiq qq% 

*Bar^a rani The senior Ranee. 

c©-q€i^L@— sie^ (99) *>-*? wa» «%p 

Barda 'rati khururda G^ct — Dried cocoanut 

"*" having kernel of big size. 

9© 6QGI-G9. 9— TO Gq«— Leprosy. 
Barda roga ^5 C^t^t qTT ^T, $¥ 
«, Q%— GQ. 9. '( *. 93+a°. «£>— 
Barda lata QQ99SQ «l9§9 GSGG^ <W QQ*H. 
^gsflT? The Governor General and Viceroy 

^'SRS oflndia. 


9® Gq^— G9. ©. ( *. 9§+G<39 ) — 

Barjla loka t | m 9i^ — 1- Rich man. 

. 9S^*9, fiWQO, SI? €1195? F 

9 I 99I©G>; Wiqg<a — 2. A great man. 

qp y»» QO90, <1 9© eQ9«3 flO— SSW4I3I. 9090 fr 

9© GQ^I — G9. 9— e I act 961 — 
Barda loki .1. The state of being rich. 

W 5fts[ft > | OTQ 9*t99iQ 91 €IQ G»«ff— 
qvamwi 2 # Conduct befitting a rich man* 

«> | q^» — 3_ Pride. 

Q© fl'QIQ— G9. 9. (3. ^O+spfQ) — 

Bar^a simghara G99®IQQ ^g €jq© 91 Q9Q^ 

99lf Q!Q| G99I qjPQ G9«, G3«IW TO — 

99 9 0( 9IQ | ^ The rites performed before an* 
^^T »5^TT Idol is laid to sleep for the night. 

99 fl °?3|Q GVCO 9GQ QIC? 5QS a9o ^|§ G01QIQ ! 

9©€I QIQ il9— G9/9— 9!©G9 G99Q]qrGi 399 G99F 
Barda simghara dhupa 9S?^GS^ G^« §^ — 

Offering made to an Idol before the- 

night's rest.- 
9©i°QlQ 699— G9. 9— G99QI qgGQ Q§§>9I 9«P% 
Barda simghSra bes a GS^ G99GQ gfe §Bfi>— 
The dressing put on an Idol before th e " 

night's rest. 

9@€! # QIQ (3Q — G9» 9— 99 3 tt 9IQ G9«GGi SBTO* 

Barda simghara lagi G991 — Equipment of an 

Idol with the fittings before the nightV 

rest^ 

9®€fl — 69. 9. (S. 9§)€fl)— 901 ( G9« ) 

Baidasi BardisI ( See ) 

9^q 993J, too £S? fllff oo ae£ 

99 €MTIQ (ftOilQ)— G9. 9—99 3°<3I9 QW) (G94l) 
Barda srungSra (etc> Barga simghara etc. (See> 

O^Q^-^ft^firtQ-QOW, «IC© CT CO GO ©39G9 1 

qawia. ci<?£H 

Q©G@9I — G9. «*.— (^. W)-« I 9§9I— 
Barda heba 1. To become large. 

srar fWT 2. To increase^ to i¥ax, 

• I gQ0Q9qa G99(3 ^9lO« G99I — 
1 3, To be of age; to attain majority, 


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i£99I;tt4, To attain- puberty (said of 
^ a girl). 

* I 9Q3ISIGQ 91 eStfiCQ QS» g§>9i — . 
5. To exceed in quantity or length. 
9 I $©©I£Q ^§ 0IQ9I— 6. To become taller. 

<>@r^-G9. 9. (*. QSO) — <• l'W9l c3»Q9 8%|99C«i 
Barda 9q — 1. A kind of cake fried in ghee or 
^\ WF, 3T5T oil 

^5T^I;^^1 : > I q^Q CQaaoCQ GQ9I <09QtQ 
9Q — 2. Boil at the root of the hair 

on the head. 

■ CT#t 0^91 g <igeQ 9a, e©Q -nv wuai«)— 

3. A. small wide-mouthed^earthen pot.*^ 
3169. (9Wq$) 961.— *. 1 9Q— 1. Great. 
* , > I '*&% 9$— 2. Very great. 

£[IC9; (**W.9k)S«*l QW.-a«ifi| — Very much, 

Bargai €iQqi ; giaio^ agai. cqfcw>— 
^Stt V3lf 1. Greatness; glory. 

aai eg as? q£w>qcq <ief aw g«q <?qiq i 

j \ siq>— 2. Pride; arrogance; haughtiness. 

■• I '£)«•*— 3. Eulogy; praise, 
v 1 -'aiqga^l— 4. Self aggrandisement. 
'■■■•''e9. ; M.— 499^5. **8« —Too much. 

Fa S ?ISi *Q flOj Q&Gfii 99IQ «C>G>"i 

Bar^aikariba 1 to eulogise/ 

#§ ^ ' > 1 aq sa°SI QQQ|_ 

snnf 9K*r * 2. To brag; to boast. 

■ Baikal kahibS To boast of one's powers 

■991 6QI6Q— £IW. (OOW^^Ue^^^-.- 
.Ba^ft;gore T06 nmch, , 

Bargatar -.7 : ' Very^ many. 


-«9I9I— : ai #i (ftOQ) Q-99QI9I (W«). ; 

^Baglapa*. Barda bapa (See) 

,Q9i3— gi v 9. fijcroi^ a^^o) — 9©a<a — 

Bardami Greatness. 

/TSt^t G$. M* 99 Q^3 aQ9|ffl; wl — 

y^HH Proud; egoistic, 

Barclamba A feudatory state of Orissa. 

<§ fl* d©3Q«? 9Q€Q aw a$RWl ^^fll^QT 
09 cqq fliq- #•• o<3 aev <i§ qe^ gtap qq 

<1 qCiQ QlflQQti €9IQ 39 l] 

o@-CQ€Q. $>. (Q a . 99^)— ^leQ^fliff^ a^mq^i 

Badi q^| ; iaiGQ^ — Female jacket; bodice. 

G^>— G<>. §—v 1 (e. Q*li e. QtQ)-9^l qQ 91 QQ^ 

Bardi eat eat Boisq ^q 91 ©iqq qgeq aia ©i^ 

^ft ^||Q ©QQIQCQ 9h99IQ ^Q9I ftSIGg "WlflQI 

^# Q9I2J — 1. Cakes of pasted corn dried and 

preserved for being cooked and used in curry. 

[ 9— c«* cat <??><$ *qfiW9 , > GQ§ 99GQ 

aiaMi%_coiq G9IQ9to<l ©1% '«l|^99 (g. 

%fl€©f<a), GSDQ 9^)GQ G9IQ© 9«l^ 91 Qia.O«|o 

; f G!g! 9i qffaf* (9, 06^) G9§ 1 q€i^ti€Q Qaq 
f '. . ,Q?>^'g€i9§>' 995 1 

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9994 I..] 

^?t -» I (3. 91QI) 81»IQQ «EQ -QfQI— . 

1* '^ .. 2 Pill/ 

iV r"fgG$X. '■; 3. A pawn at chess. 

„ ,.. SI.GQ («9©I9 6 SWKLQ) §— QQGOQ— Wife 

b ;;,, ;_ ,. , , of father's elder brother, elder paternal 

aunt 

<stfy wi^jo— . w. s— gels; a^ioq«i giwia-— 

Bardi andhSrufc , Early morning; the time just 
,. ^afc^ln; 5^1^ 4^J0t, ?l^fc ' before dawn. 

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^^{©)a— W. W— 1 I 9Q—1. Big; large. 
Bardi(rflli)a > i Qg^ — 2. Excellent;. 

* I $© — 3, High. 
C^ v I 9j£hW— k Valuable. 
S^IT * I 3Q $<§jfl — 5. Very good 

GQ, § — ($. Goal)— ©a" oStoi aicf qi aa 

<7tf1 GWl 8IQ GQ4I 9QI3IQ ^jfelCQ €fll^l CQIQ^QI 

Hj^H^U 33» 21$l —A- l° n g W * S P °f straw twisted 

tightly so that it may smoulder slowly when 

lighted and the fire iD it preserved for a long 

time. 
gIGQ (9°9$9) $> — S10Q& G«Q QQIQ— 

The foot soldiers in a game of chess. 

<*=©$ (§)fl OIG?— GQ. Q. ( a- <J9« 6 OQf )— sw, cw 
Baidi(r<flu)5 kanka g^GQI©, 04 6 QQQ %p\ 
^tfawrt^ Q$QiG)£[ asSGSS — Stork; flamingo; 

Dissura Episcopus. 

[ Q_<jq|GO G£QOQ Q^ 1«| asl- GQQ 6 GQ* 

affile g© 6 §0 miSai s$©lj a^ siq 6 ga- ag 

(oifija)i s§>^GQ Pi WQ ai^GQ <sigg as* qq 
Qgsj 4 ©Q£) 1 ] 
-o© €iQ|l-giG<? ( aiMa ) Q— 9$ aq99i g>g$q qi 

Baidi khainchi a£fc|[ — A mat for laying and 

sunning Bardi. 

' Q® G9l%a— GQ. 9— 9€JG9I^« ( G9« ) 

Bardi polua Baripolua (See). 

-«^eQ— 9JG9 (GWW) 9— TOG8ISJ*I ( G<M) 

Baljfcpjiula Baripolua (See). 

--Qgtfga-G^- ^— ( *• W+^.^q a|$ )— : 99^qd 

Bardi phula qsqaigfGQ 9^qgq QM &Q£UQ-Ga$; 

^ffewfa^t Qm&© $< — Curry made of ..preserved 

3J%3ft f^fftf and dried pills of corn-paste boiled 

is spiced water and become bloated. 


99(©)fll— GO. P (3 1 . QQ51W 83%. QQfll) — V,l r 99M; 
Baidi(rflbi)ma Cl£ta) — I. Greatness; exce|lenoe. 
^©qia^l i J I 0^—2. Pride. 

Q© 3133 J ^ * I aqw— 3. Arrogance. 
Wfo 3%t v ! aq ga 9 % GS9 — 4 - Self-praise. 

Q$(fi))€l-g\ $~ P^al (GQ«) 

Bardi(]i)sa B*x<lisl (See) 

Gi^€lQO— GQ. 9— 0©€l 09I— 

Baidisa lathi Angling rod/ 

BardisI Q4iqg G9IQ 6 Q^— 

^5^t TO^ft Angling rod and line. 

Bar^u I. The ceremony of the investiture of 
*&$& 5l%^r the sacred thread, 

*5 ^ I qQGO^Q QSfq© WigijpQ SII©OI«iq 

^1" a QGQW — 2. A class of Sudra temple- 

servants at Bhubancswar, 
* I QQ^Q; €^QQ-" 3 - Servant. 

(aai— ©GKsiia fl9igqpr3 *tok?q^ 1) 

glG9 (fl^QIO) e — 9IQQ 9Q QQi G©9QI - 

Father*s elder brother, 

©©(©)«— G<?. 9— WI3 OQ'Siiq?! Gat 91^ — 

Bardu(r4hu)a Small wide-mouthed earthen pot. 

Q@ QQ— TO. 9— 5® €ja*5 QQftqQ— 

Bardu ghara The festival of investiture of 

sacred thread . 

; Bargu bhiksha g fi> 9I»9Q 5^^ G9QGQ 'W v 

Q€l; Q©Q91— The ceremony of begging 

done by a Brahmana boy duriDg the 

investiture of sacred thread. 

Q«^a(fli)»ia»— 31GQ (w) ^>— a^ ocwaiaorQ ■ 5^« 

Bardu ma(ma)hapatra G39Q, G3 aa«» Qfl ^©j^Q 
99GWI ©Qij i — The.. BrShma^ft; sefyants 
of *the Jagannath temple who also do 
BaigusebS with the Raja of Pud. 


pefisoi 


( *+**9 ) 


9©i<CQ)Q9r* 


9^G$9t— atG9 <qg) 9-v 1 9WMTOieQ<afi G9iQg9i 

Bagluseba er^ engj q$ q©i^ G99I & «p e^lQQI- 

' G9€» 6 9gi3°9l9G9G« QQG9 939139? fllS 

G9MQ9I GWI-1- Service performed by a 

Brahmapa Sebak before Lord Jagannatb 

and with the R5]5 of Puri. 

Gfii 6 WWp «J|9 9Q9I 6 G9S 9Q9I GWH 

2. Service of offering water, flowers and 

bel-leaves performed by the Sudra Sebaks 

at Bhubaneswar. 

9G8>— G9. W 6 S . 9<3. ( Sl9l9 3lgOs )— 
Barde 9<a$ qq* ^Q$ «1©sS} — 

CW& 3% * Very much; excessive. 

©g© w«(ai€ii>— fliw. fawqs) 9. (§?- *• QS< ^ 

Balde dibala (pakha) a^|) — qp QQQ 919®$— 
~" " Gable. 

96© q$^giG9- (qs»9S) a— 9§> eq9%— 

Barde puru Very early in the morning. 
q^- ^Q. 9*1. (*. 9§ 5 CO- CQ$l) — 

Badda < I ,Q9© j 9$— 1. Big; large. 
^5 J I Q&9~ 2. Extensive; gigantic. 

q3f * i 21OT$ 99— 3. Verv large. 

9©Q— 91€^. (9§Q) 9* (SL Q * 8- 9QQ)— 9G©Q— 
Bafljhai Carpenter. 

q©@— SIGQ. (*WWl) 9. (*. 9«fci; SP* fi- 99SI)— 
Baijhani £19; 85 3 — Broomstickj sweeping 

brush. 

9©6«Q9I— 9IW. (WW») (SP- §• 9I©9*)— 
BarghaneibS £l^G99lj WtfGQ <telQ9l — 
To sweep with a sweeping brush or 

broomstick. 
9©$— W. 9— 99>Q ( €93 ) 

B&fghati Bardati ( See ) 

§169, ( ciQ»is> ) 9— sicroj ^— Good luok ; 

happiness. 
99Q— 9IG9. ( tfWift ) 9 - <. I fl« -1. Jackfruit. 
Batjfaal ,• I a© — 2. Custard apple. 

4MM- -CQ. 9. (3. $* ai^ 9 ^">* W) — 
Bargha V I nw\ } $<£—!. Increase^ 
*tel,*W *S5ff increment^ 

*Wt -> I ■'«* 9WN9 «I9i 0WG#-a«9« 9991— 
tTCRFlf 2. Serving of food. 


) 


<tt]?ft «? I ^9 9&9I — 3. Act of increasing. 

W\§ §ql— *. The act o! finishing the 
recital of a scripture. 

ZX& 9$Q Sj9 2iGa«3l QO) — 5. A small wide 
Wt? ^Tl, ^Rl mouthed earthen poV 

q , ^ft 6. Boils on the skull. 

<N QQ. ^tfl — *. I Z%$\; 2l©€lg — 1. Extra.' 

2110—2. (food) Served up on the plate. 

fliw. (91CW.Q) Q — «a*esi awi q?i— 

Extra thread in a playing kite. 
SIN- (9I3W0 M— t I a^J q?l OTS> 6J9- 
991 (ft?*)— 1- ( a P la y in g ^Jte ) Flying 

with excess thread. . 

2. Plying ahead (said of a kite) of another. 

[ Q— ©93*91 3§> 9W9 @qSh I ] 

fll€9. (9I6WQ) ^ — ^SL 9€ ®^ ^§91 — 

Extending. 

9©l(G©)Q— G9. 9 - e I 99IQ ( €93 ) 
Bar4ha (r4he )i 1 Bar^ai ( See ) 

^m,^,^^ > I ( ^°- 9^«J SI. 9^q )-gp* 
^S? 91191 9IQejQi %?«— 2. Carpenter. 

fll. 9©IQ *?9lQft_««w seta a^i sqsq 1 ^s^9. s$i$QO ; gai 

(991^1, 99SJ«1 f 9GOf«3l ~ ^1) 

9©I(G©)Q €991 -€9. *— ^ I 99IQ9I ( C9«1 ) 
Barjhaftjhe)! deba 1. BarjhaibS ( See ) 

^Tfel C^^Tl 5 I 99 99199 9Q GQ7tf3 a9ia^_ ag^* 
^ST^TT 91^9 9I©€9 «c»a 9Q9I— 

2 To hand over a thing. 

9W3.5K Sertoli 

9©I(G©)Q9I— €9. 3. (ST. 9$fo$ SI. 999^1)— 
Bar^a<r^e)iba ^ j 999! %^ Sis^ qq— 
^t 5 ! 1. Causative of Barjhiba. 

93RT > I 910^91 §£[IQ 5(9qj %a— 

^SR 2. Causative of Barjhibs. 

i^WFir « 1 (qq «9) ggiQo ^?Qq>i — 
3. To extend or outstretch. 
#)« Assist *® <?9K»5-Ca I «OesS. ©eaiqsfl q oi© t> 
v I 8Q« 9Q9I— 4. To finish; to fulfil 


9QIQ§ 


{ +•«> ) 


99 21 .31 Q 


^pa fles?)Q2i «% solas 1 W*Qi »WQQ* <?» I 
* I S1SQ Ola ©&9U 'AIQ9I— 5. To destroy life; 
^ to kill. 

*rt¥t* £ 1 g^aw 9W ©lffi^Q©<? ai»ff QQ91— 
TO\*T 6. To bring up or foster a child. 

< QQS 9q SQtQQ CS§ fi>9 gff^CQQ Sift 1 

9 l 95 91 q G©te3 9gq. ^^ ^>H§OICQ flsfa 
9Q91 — 7. To hand over. 

r l (flQ) 9©I©9I — 7. To engage or incite 
one's mind to do a thing; to make one's 
mind intent upon doing a thing. 

4 I ( ffilS^llef ) 91919*) ©Q9I— 9. (figurative) To 

help. 

«»qQ qqqi ffoia aQQfl© t w en scto » 

?.• 1 aci% ai9© 9QQ9I — 

10. To cause to run forward. 

giw. (9igswq) «-w %©i m ^Sl S9S 

G99 Q©%Q09i% TO9I— To let one's kite 

fly higher than the other by letting out 

more string. 

09138— TO. 9— W sqQ9i ®ty— 

BaldhSuni The act of increasing, 

^t^ft **4Mlj i*Wi 

991 «©— TO. 9— n-aaTO«j Gq©Q 9!«GQ oiw 

.BaljlV barxjhi ttS 9I§9I 91 TO9I— 

^iSfflft, ^sWf^ l» Ti * e acti o£ serving meals on 
<rffiT<W-ft* the plate. 

^1? 9* missis, eosaia 1 
^5t^ 9 I «Q Sfi — 2. ExoesS. 
^srafr *> I QGlSQQ $aQ%$09l— 3. "Rising over 

each other; outbidding. 

( gai— <. SS1Q SOT ©QS G99l% QQQQ 9919© 
G9IQ. t° *W aai^ 3I$GS* I ) 

69, 9d — i I a©W — 1. Excessive- 
qCT?% ; I SIQQg aaaitfGQ QQ319 - 

2. Increased to a great extent; which reaches 

a climax. 

( gal— $Q ©$Q AHhCQ OO 998 3© 99.19$ 
G9IQ«Q I ) . 


9QI SI© — G^. 9— * I SIQQ ai^GQ 91© ^91 filQ — 
Bawjha bbata 1. Boiled rice served up on the- 
^51 W&, cntOTI Wfa g5R«ft - plate. 

} i G^Qte 6 SqfllW^TOKjT «WQ9I @SG$ GSfc 
9I§ G© 1TO G9I© Q«l 69IQ99I $©— 
2. Rice boiled to softness and prepared to- 
feed infants and invalids in the morning. 

Bar^ha masa Intercalary month. 

9©— TO. 9- (*• S2^ )— 

Barfhi OW §<§', 9«l©OQ -«Wi GSII^L 6WI ^^^ 
^1s( g|? 9Qst-Elood of a river; rising of a river, 

sa 90 9 qqcq ffitf, ea^Q ©qjQ «i<i 1 

Q©a(8B)o— G9- ea- 1* 6 il. ( s. 9^9«llO )— 

Bar^hia(a)Ia e I flShQ— -U Capable of luxuriant 
^5^ ^S^^!5TT growth. 

) I #9 ^L% — 2. Very luxuriant. 

* I 9^9«l»i 9^| —3, Growing; prospering. 

* l 99*1^ * e9cpl C^^)"" 4 - Stout and tali - 
qq > ^ — gjQ — Custard apple. 

Q©S0-GQ. 961. ( 3. ^ 3 19; 9Sjfo )— 
Barghia «. I $89 — ^ Excellent. 
PTC? 5 1 Q©— 2. High; tall. 

gf^T * I 99» — 3. (xreat. 

v 1 ag— 4). Etch. 

TO. 9— 99« ( TO« ) 

Bardia ( See ). 

giGQ (a©) 9— QGt§)^ 9fi<?^9l G9I9^ 9IKQ- 

<32iiQ9l QIQ G93 91©^ '««J ««©IQGQ G99I9IQ 

Sl©GGi ©2fia S?q3IQ?l9I GQIQil 91 G9«fil — 

Twisted straw taken by cartmen for 

feeding the cart-bullocks on the way. 

sSa — BIN (9°^9) 9^1-Q8%> <9 ««— 
Bar^iaS Excellent. 

Q©2« ^$€J-G^. 9— Q© Q© 1 *©! 91 G^9I— 
Barjhia ohakiri High post or service. 

9©Qi 9©-G^. 9^1— SQS9Q98G>© 910^, 697^9^ 
Bar^hiS barjhi 9©lQ G99I— Mutually handing 
^mt§\ *5F*£ " over a thing. 

( 9©« 9G9Q— «©Hq,B ) 

9©a flM^— to. 9— («fiqt,«§S°)-^ 1 €48% ^g— 

Barjhiis mal 1. Any excellent article. 

2. A valuable thing. 


V«*>o 


^ 9§9I 


( *»*r ) 


9d «9f 


©9* GQQI^- G9. -9 — 90 9© 9§9l (QQZi) 
Barjgii kahiba |Bar«jhi barjjhi kahiba(See). 

Sft« a*£® c«i— ceco 99* 9§g©-<a0ia. a&g«t i 
<" 9tjT 9Q Q§9I, 9©" 9Q 931 H 9§9I — «TCH$£I ) 

©© 9Q— w. 9— (s. $)<$ 4-oa) — og 9Ghiq ai$ — 

Btijhi jala ^Jl^r, ^1M4OT Flood-water. 

Wfill — GQ. 9- (*. ^flli'gi. QQWl)-^; Cffll&l; 
Bartjhiga g^g — Broomstick, 

*1W f *te%, K&[ 9 fast ^Tjp qs*ft, 551^ 
( 9© til qoi — aosq,a ) 

^©"ai aiQ9i— G9..S— * I "giiQjjiq <S»iQ9i— 

Barcjhiga mariba 1. To sweep with a broom. 

; «%*TSJ1 > I <l©^]q 99IQ 9Q9I— 
, gftKril 2, To strike with a broomstick. 

•Q«T 9©" QQQI— w 5— a<^9l g§© 92*! S§9I 5 q$Q 
Barghi bar^hi kahiba q$Q§ qq\ 9591— To talk 
■rat«Wf-*«ttq"T. ^W^T TOt^tsnrr arrogantly. 
(©0 ©§ 9Q Qg«»l, 9© 90 021 1 Q§9I~ «Q,qg) 

9© 9Q9I— 69. 9— (W>9 €19) (tf. ^<9 +93I) — <10 
Barghi barasha w$fi§ 9<oi99«il 6 Q§ — Flood and 
^•nl^fj 4I$<K<$N rain at the same time. 

(909SI ,9© QQO— aOi^o) 

Q® oi— €9. S— (». $<9 ; a. qa. U19)— e 1 q^aiQQi- 

Barflhiba 1. To increase; to grow up. 

*St» ^t?J -> 1 84910% qq© ai§>© G99I— 

«•$•«, 33HT 2. To be reared or brought up. 

<9©I[GQ]Q91— 9G£jl»Q %Q) 

9Q£ qj Q9GQ, 5© »9€Q £G— Qg. C9CQWQ.9 | 

* I ^8§ig 699lj SI9I9G1 G99I— . 

3. To attain age; to become major, 
Sft *f$ 8^1 OGO SQ^<] qpa I Qalsls— fl9igi3l \ 

* I «gl SSGGQ «D90 aiQ«Q9l— 

4. To live; to thrive, 

* 1 ( 91091 ) aasfl qqwm G99i ; ®q aiQ9i^ 

9,9919 gas '9G$I9«V <at9h~6. To attain 
puberty (said of a girl). 

titoi^g- as?, wwrci i 
$> I (<MJ3i) g5ll9\G99i — 6/ To be accomplished 
or completed (said of a work). 

«$ 9$Q <«*Q, #3Cfl* 9Q9JQ 69l$Q &»«' ' 


7. To thrive; to prosper^ to grow in 

prosperity* 

. «" i (fiKa) QQiiqg G99I — 

8. To inundatej to be flooded (said of a river). 

« l(q$9IQQ) ©SGa-a G99I— 9. To be exhaus- 
ted, 

[ 2— <§ *W BI«if6Q 9CTQIGQ r <3GQ ^ 9|Q^ 
9G^Ga=Q% q,Q« ^Q iaiQgi 9H9§9 <$< I ] 

o€Q qqmi— G9. 9— 9£j8gigi 91 ©©gof g^iq^qi 

Bar^hila kanyS 9Q M | 5 ^g,QQ^| o^j — A girl who 

^® ^>iUT ^%^5T^T has attained puberty. 

(9091 ©M, ?0Q Ja — aOTJfl) 
^9^20- G9 9—9928 (G9«l) 

BarjhaS Bardua (See), 

€>G0(G^)— G9. «. 9^1 — t I 99iQ|<^ 9G39%Ga — 

Bar^hKr^hefi) 1. With a great force. 

^55^ta 3 I $9^9%G8.; aWQQqCG — 

^?T, *# ^M^ 2. More. 

* I 2J9iSJ — 3. Very much. 

V I W Q9GQ — k Greatly; largely. 
G>6© 09MI— fiGQ (9g9) « -9»Qe«l 99mI— 

Bar^hs kanya A matured girl, 

96©^— 3IG9 ft^q^) 9— v 1 GQgjfr (G9«) 

Ba ^ sl ]. Jeuta (See)." 

J I 21© — 2 Custard apple. 

Q€t -G9, 9— (*. 9Q; fll. 9gl)— t I 90^ «Q^W — 
Bana ^ g¥r 1. Forest, 

Ql$isii q^i «i^* oefl 

^ I ©a^; S>§>9 219^—2. Jungle; dense forest. 
» I <9©ISiq HJG99 ^99 Sl^ — 
3. Plantation of tress of the same species, 
v 1 ( Qggj|e[) ^— 4. (figurative) Multitude. 

* I { «»S €19 QGQ 9H99^ q.9961; gtQ9tfl ) ©3^ 
QI9G9 aqg 291 9§a ai<] — 5. A place 

abounding in a particular thing or things. 
€9. 96 — (QMU9) BG9I2K— Unintelligible^ 
cwoi "^ica 9^"s ©iQfl 

<1 9QI4 9$ft as* fl^* Wl I «$|9 °9. flVf««0 «K I 

Q«aOI— G9. 9—1 ( ff. QQIO a < <>l i 99199 )— A kind of 
Bana ada ^«?TWl 4$m W15[^W wild ginger. 




( *f*e ) 


Q<3 0$f 


: "9£1 n<3 — G9. 9 — ( 3. 9G9S )— 9QH Q9 —A kind of 
■- B\pt akhu ^pf^^tfsr wild sugarcane. 

9*. £9f$LS>3Q ^tar 3^T 
Q€l QJO — G9. 9— ©q$>|— -Wild yam; Dioscora 

Ban^aju 3=lf^t^; ^Fffsfl^ Pentapfaylia. 

?■ 9iq<a9Q, 9s>9jql, «Qq> 9siy9$i ^ttra^aff 

Q& <Q\ - gt€9 («8lfl) 9 — 9§qoi 0$^ — 

Bana ends Chameleoo # 

■^fl 6ft — 69. 9 — 99i $€GQ 961GQ 919 6991 6qa — 
Ban* ola Wild arumj wild Amorphophallus 

^prf ^*T ^Pff star. Campanulatus. 

e. 93GaQtii$.a^3 (9<a Afija — «©i%9) 

[ Q — <| &^aq QS3G© §<$> 9Q 3IQGSt flat 9Q ■ 6 
CQI qQ Gl^QGG! I ] 
^SQ— 9IG9 (SHWqQ (9— 9£>i Eta9C9«— 

Bnnaka A kind of wild fruit. 

q«l 99^—69. 9. (*. $3 ©9«0— $99*1, ^9 — 
Baoa.kadamba A kind of tree. 

Q£l 9QG>1— G9. 9. ( S, 90H 6 Q9»1 ) — 
Bana kadaii t | <Q £©l€) a!9— 
ST. 9\% 99Ql, 9ft 995*1, 1. A yariety of paddy. 
STftl©ii J 1 93GQ G991 99G>1 $9— 

^T ^T^t, ^H C^Tl 2. A species of wild 

s^Ririfcsrr plantain. 

(_ §— ^<9iq trft $iosa 99fiil : m-, si©G^ <J9iq 
«|2fi§ I £T» os>gq 9ai <a$T a$ <9 q© flf ai« f J 
^€1 ©a* -gq. 9, w. 9Q oiaidl) — 

Bana kapa Q$16Q ©I© 6991 ©31 ©IO^[ SBJ,— 
3\ pagl, saei^GI/ Thespisia Lampas. 

QjQ^isn, awii Qiaisil [g— <i9!9cr, a?a $sq 

^*1ft*l 6gfll»^GQ ©G$ I <9I 9S1, 

gar, ^ft'nT, ^t sfeiT au> 9©, q§ eqci 6 91© 

19*> 9ai§ej — acwqa) cqeiQQ $a$i<3] 1 ] 

'9« QQ— G9. 9. (e. 99 + 99) — 99 QQ (G9a) 
Baa-i Kara Bana kara ( See ) 

Q61 9Q9— 69. 9. ( S. 99 93$9 ) — 

Bana kalara fff erfQI ( 69«l ) 

^ 5tf§ q?| q&STT Phuti phutika" ( See ) 

9€i GIGS* — 3169. ( ciq»i©, G«iQar ) 9— 

Ba^a kSndula ^Q fl©|€) 9QQ ©ISI^ ^^ ^ft"" 

A kind of wild lentil. 

Q€l %^9i— GQ. Q. (^. 9»i Sl^^)— 9*€Q 9©9J 
B^pa kukur^a qp ^ — Wild cock; the red jangle 
(9«qj}d| -**Q*i»lfl) *owl; Gralliu^Kaly.Gennaeous 
^IJ'CTt^^ Albioristatus 4 


QlglO, QMa'i 9^0 ^^ OfiKMQO-s-gWW 
Q^S fl I ] 

Q$\ %d ei%— GO. 9. (e. ^Q^iH 00)— a«eis 00 — 
Ban^ kuji saru Wild Colocaeia Antiquorum. 

3CTt]^g [ Q — -<39l€i qja^Q ©§ W09 «»99«« 

^rf srcsr §«!GQ g^aa 9G^ 5^ q$ ^<^-59f^« 

O^OJI 1 ] 

Offl ^OQ — C9- 9. (3. 9*0^ — »Q©»iq_9 — 

Hani kunduri Cephalandra Indica. 

9«l SQI^ar-OT. 9. (»• 90 G9I<39)— 90I q96Q Q^ 
Rana kodua 139 QgnQG^Q^-Paspalum 

SJO^ ?G>|S — ^Qia Scrobicu latum; Punctured 

^T C^tWl*rt^ Paspalum. 

«H* [ g— G'^QMQflOGQ -391 QfSl&, 

fl. 9Q!Q giq 6 ao^ 9i©©»©— g9tq« 1 ] 

q.. e^i^Gq^ eo. ^9919; n. goi§^ 

Q€lS9ia€i-G9. 9. (^. 9QH + qao)— 

Bana kolatha <OgG»|Q 9Qi fi^OI 6 €l?h — 

«. aQ£H <J^O 91, A kind of wild lentil. 

99i$§«9l 

^CTt yKl [ 9 — «9IQ flp €QIQ GJSGQ 

^H l^ftr ^GIIQG^ OSQ 9^, Q^| 6 QSffl 

9S^ A I 1 

Qfl €1Q— 3IGQ- (9IG^Q) 9— <J90I«I^ GS« 3^1 — 
Bana gali A species of small bird. 

Ml Gl@«— G9. 9. tt. €IG9y_9l)— QQG19 (G9«t) 
Bana gahama Garagai^a (See) 

qwtl^ [ 9 — 491 9er, 9is>, ^Ggia 6 fl^q^ 99« 
Q6Q— gQW 9«42^ I ] 

9«1 $31—69. 9— <I999IQ 9G> t i^L« 6 9§9 £T» — 
Bana gua A kind of wild plant and its fruit. 

?Prtv*1fl [ 2 — <Q\ 9<9iq Qa, acq©©, 9£r9iQ9, 

^5TT^lrt> 9I99IQ9, 9G9G9 6 909$©— 

g9i*a 9^?^ i ] 

9«» 9^28—69. 9. («. 99S 9*9)— 9iqi 96^Q (€9«) 
ESana chatia Bay a chaijfcei (See) 

^Wlb#.; ^ [ Q— «ia69 991 99 Q§9! a<^% 

^TT^DS QQOfSI G91Q9K1 I ] 

9ffl ©ftl— €9. 9— «99i«3 99i qjaa — 

Bani champs A kind o£ wild flowering shrub. 


$«t a^ofc 


( *•*<> ) 


93 €Ell»Q" 


^<ft*fl [ g — <9|Q 9QQ $>t£i €il©», TOW 9, 

««Ma*-CQ.9.(?.^+^)"2^ are a$ 03 

Bana chhapapata £TS9I 21Q3H QQ — 

g Qjq a$Q.f|, QQil Crotalaria Juncia. 

WH [ 3— <WI 9S©§ 9S, 999- 

ct3ps& 9IQ9 6 «er 6 §^ftiQ9 i ] 

a. caiQQici g©. m^^ct* *i. «9i° 

9© fifiPQ— 69. 9. («39ldG9l»9 99QQ as?)— ae^ln — 
Bana jarigala 3OTPI flM&rai Forest, 

QaQ$-GQ 9. 0*. qqh©^)— wh «9— * 

B*na jantu * Wild animal. 

Qti 9§r— 31G9. (€19010) 9 -©991 (G9s) 
Bap* jahni Tarawa (See) 

9flOi«Jc-w. 9. ( *. 9Q o\)— <» §9iQ eiiaa, 

BamjSmu 3§GQ 6fl& G9IQ ffGQ — 

3R ^fa qNoftSnipT A small variety of blackberry. 

Q£l CBQ-G9. 9. ( S. 9Q S1Q )— 

Bapa jira 99©I0 fiQQ996M; 9© GflQ— 

*. flQtih 9BQ9, ^Mlol, A BOrfc of wild cumin- 


seedj Purple fleabane; 
Veruonia Anthelmentiea, 

[ g— <9l Q1QW&, 9£- 
Q<3I^; <9I g*i 91©, 0£TGQ€1 
6 Q« GQOGQ ^a©ig I ] 


09, 99, 9«*i, 99SB9, 
99 9«9 

^Fwft 3frCT 

«. Qq© 09*3! 

9€! 3*1 — 2169. (G»I5I) 9— 991 S^— 
Bana jkata A kind of wild bean, 

9fl $©€l1— G9. 9. ( *. 9tf+§SKfl )— 

Bapa tulasi <?©&!© 49 99IQ *WWqg gga— 
3. «IQSH $»g|, ©IQSIQ, A kind of wild plant 

fll^Q, 90«Q, <JGOQ9, with scented leavesj 


9qs>, 41 9<?q, 

41 9891 

q. q^ <$fira1 


Perilla Ocimoides (Haines); 
Assimum Basilicum. 

[ g— 091 «U© ©<5» G$96Q 
$Q g9IQ <19 49I9 q$ 9S*3 
a©— goiqyi. $<$ 5 ja ] 


€>€> Q*l — 91. 9 — 961 6Q9CI ( G9« ) 

Bana diaS Bana de bata ( See ) 


9€1 60991— €9. 9. ( «T. 9© 69991 ) — 

Bana debata «» I SIQ^IHGQ ^91 aqpl G99S»I — 
3^ C^ral; ^T ^t^ 1- Idols found in the jungle 
3R i^Err, ^T ^aft and worshipped by wild; 

tribes, 

> 1-9QQ aaiipl w® 1 — 3 - s 3 rlvan Deit y. 

9«1 QIQI— G9. 9. (G99h9) («T. 9Q+giSl)— 

Bana drakshya 9Qi S^9I9G9« — A wild creeper, 

3prt it« a [ g— <39iQ era aloo, Q^Gaia9 r - 

9€i e9«1— G9. 9- (e. 9ffsia) — 4§wi QqQ flioqs^ — 

Bananeli Indigo plant growing wild, 

IWt^N T ^— <19IQ fl«9 Qia 6aGfi4a g9»39IQ 

39^0 Qfi&g^i i ] 

9«1 Q©-G9. 9. (^. 9Q+3Q) -qgQQ £|IOlQ Q»^a!^- 
Bapa pati QGQ'a — A title of ancient kings of 

[Jtkal. 

Q9i^ «9^9 6 ©§Q qoi^. ^I9«^ 9IW9U 

9^1919^ G9IQsai^?lQ I ] 

9^aiq— €9, 9. (g. 9Q+aiq9©) — 94? a '^ &R— 

Bapa pSra Wild pigen. 

qplHhl* [ g— 091Q fll°q 6?|3 <K?I SIQGS* 

^n^rai aeiQi©, fl^ 6 91© g^gi ft% §<i 1 ] 

Q<1 aiQdCfl— €9. 9. W.99i+9ia9S)— ©SH^aoew— 
Bana paladhua A kind of wild tree, 

^CTt*#F»1 ftffii [ 9— 491 9^i GQ aioaa gflio 1 ] 
9^eai©— G9. 9. rt. «Q«h QQfij-— 99 gjsi Stao - 

Bana piaja qq QQqg ^©gQlQ W«t ^S — 

^:*t5Tt^ A kind of wild plant having a 

cAmM-IM root resembling onion^ 

[ g_<j<5»|Q GQI14 019 9I9IGQ 6 G3 9!g%*8^ 
fffil G9€J0«fi §ggS* 9Q 9I9IGQ I ] 

Q€i lao(ai)— G9. 9. («. 9sw 8aol)— 

Bapa pipali(Ia) 99I^§GQ ©I© §B©1 — 

^#f^ ^IT forft Wild long pepper^ 

9« OTIS©— 69. 9. (ff. 9€» + QG«l»)— <I9I <9g9l9- 
Bana potala 9Qt9l^9 QQ 5099% S*©l — 

^CTt ^3 A kind of creeper bearing fruits - 

3«Nir*rc35r resembling coccinear Indica; wild. 

Liquorice creeper,. 
I g— 491 SOI 6 3UQ G99GQ ^Q g«lq I ]^ 


■*icai9 


C **>* ) 


9*ep$ 


9€I6QI$— 69. 9. — &CTS%6Q 9» GjS9l— Forest con- 
, BanapogU ?WltW »rW1 («*t) flagration. 

* (fa( 5RRT w cai© c^c^ gae^ »ifl§, 

aft COI9CQ C<?$ » »iCa t ©3 I 

9« 9I§9I— flIW. (d8!^) 9.— {*. 99* 9Q9>— «?q9- 
Bana bariha Wild boar, 

9S! OQ— 69. 9.— (e. wh + ^s)— qi<as§1 (w) 

Bana biri Mashaparnuai (See) 

9€l ©fiJJB— 8IC9, (WNfi) 9-— 93^31 (C9«) 

Bana bilua BanabhuS (See) 

Q«1 ©CQQ— 69. 9— 9flqa (693) 

Banabilei (9<S19q§>— WHq.Q) Banabhua (See) 

9fil$9l— 69. 9. (05113691*9 S99Q 39$S})— 9$& 

Bana budS 68$ QdQ Wi- Forest consisting 

^ WW of trees and bushes growing in an inter- 

-JWTft**sr mingled manner. 

[9—9© QS9 SW§%«Q*i 6 6$$ 939 ^Sl 

§91 99$ Q 

9«i $«o -69. 9. (», 99 9©ia)— 99 ai&9> 9%ra— 

Bana bhua ^#5t^5 ^(C^fW Wild oat, 

^^ ft^rc, *nr ftsrp;(^ [9— <fli69 9«i q$69 

91$69 6919IQ9IQ qjai €16d 8Q3I69 969 OIQ 
©g!9 99$ '© ? «, ^' ? » 9«q*i €969 V09 
969 6969 9Q< 99$ 69 99*69 «9 S fiOwi 
699; 6Q69 ^ «» 969 6069 99$ 9SI $$ 

99 1] % 

911 6C*§— 69- 9.-69$ 9WJ wi q^Gag— 

Bana bhendi Tip«m£etta Rhomboidea 

S.3»M ireaFl;lPrt OT*! %^ jfcforft (Kirtikar) 

oa eq©— gq. p. w. 99+6Q99)— 9<acQ q$ sq 

Bana bhoji 99! GSJOT RSI* — A P ionio iD the 
TO OTlfif, TO l«WR ^f 'TftW forest. 

9fi fl9&«)«-^l. *~(«- 99 +«$**— *l-flg»i 
Bana mani (ni, na) sha 9Q 09 9919 flWft iqflt 
TO 3t5*f itlfif — 1- Chipanzee; the orang otang. 

** m$* [g— <rai« £W, wi|S 219 g1a6Q aia§ 

(9« «KW— 699© %Q) 6 9S69 931 ©«IQ 9€t 

99$ I] 

^ I 9*169 913 9%39I-.W* 9^ ©CTSl 639— 

2. Wild tribe; aborigine ; unciviliswfil 

' pennon. 

m I 33. WMQQ 4Q 9 91^91 GQ9— 3. 4 pecaon 
ig,noraatol the roles of polished, aaoUJ^. 


9<s fiior— €9. V— *«» * eat im stq rtoi «Q5 

Ba^a mallikS QlQa CtQ 6 ETft— The'bhineae 
^Ptfspft myrrhj Chinese bQXi Murraya Grotioa^ 

9«qe1(«)— 69. 9.— (*- 99 «1 )— Sfl «p 9l«q, 
Bana malli(li) <QQ|«a§)a 9Q«i CT«i— Wild jasmine; 
^ ^A Barleia Strigosa; Coffea Bengalensifl 

* ^TJr%W (Hainee)^ 

69. agsi flftl [9 — >(* ff« QO ^S; 0^ 699*1 l] 

9«l qQ— 69. 9,— (*- 99h q^)— fgOfl (693) _ 
Ban,a muga ^jft^t Mudgaparnni (See^ 

9© qai— 69. 9. W. 99^ 499)— 9ia9q?t (69^ 
Banamutha Nagaramntha (See)' 

9€1 gjWH(9l)— 69. 9. (*• 99 ffflj 0Qa9S) — 
Bana rauninga(ga) <Q gQIQ 99m 9991 C& — 
^srt 1«Rl ^r gf^pr A kind of Moringa tree- 

(9tf ¥191— 219m 9(fl) growing wild. 

9« 6flg-69. 9. (ff. 99 «99l)-6fl9 051 <9 9919 
Bana methi 99S €Kti ^ff> ( <9IQ ar» S^9 9§0 — 
^C^ Crotalaria Albidia; Melilotus Parviflora.. 

Q€l ^©)S0St — 69. 9. (*. 99 m<$— Sfi9S^t9i (693> 
Bana^j u(]u)ani Ajamoda ( See ) 

9A fl(SJ)Q— 69. 9. (ff. 99 + a^1)-a9^ OJ19I — 
Bana]u(ju)i ^\^ gPC^t Wild jasmine,. 

9© Q<3i20»— 69. 9. ( «- 99 + 999 )— 

Bana'rakbuala 'ereQ^^ fll^s ©afiiQ QS9 — 
^^t^ft^ ^r^Tf Forest guard. 

[9« oci', 9^1 ©SSI, 94 ©ia»(©)— awqp] 
q« qi— 69. 9—991 $§6Q Qq«3 q9— 

Banarasi ***|* ^T *5T Wild sesamum. 
(Qd Ml— «9i93) [ 9-<«l ^9 9^9 6 ai^ «$•• 
9IQ9— 99nq.«i 9^3^ I ] 
Q ^ QOl— 69. 9- (?. 99 + «9%)— QOI9 g9l6tf>6era- 
Banarith5 A species of soap-berry tree; Acacia 
^ "fa* " *l for l Concinna (Haines).. 

Qfl 9JBO— €9. 9-^919^ ^91^19 90l^9CQ 9^91 <9 
Bana 'ruarda g9t9 $?h -Argialitis Rotundifolia 
tHaines)^ a small shrub i* the deltaitj 
awamns $f the Mahanadi river. 


m; ■ ■--' ■ 


*«*^ 


<i w* D 


^# 


^ i SU%~GQ. 9. (s..,9Q<i 0©Hu -f9^9L9r \^^r 
f ,,Bail» saru ^ ^g 1. Colocacia . N#mphaefolia. 

>$&trmm .[g~ <j9i swiQ^of r; g$ 9009- --flpq 

OG*a I <9lQ «ia £>i£t 6 a»i gqogs ^q- ; -g?(9 i 

iv <K?JQ$» gaiQtfi gi^_ ggcp £9$ o&l$ :94l 

.QqW >■] ' " ,-, , /:■ ■ '"'/:' ■'. 

3 I 9$ 9i^ 91 W-ri A wicked person or 

boy. 

^€J QQ3S6) — G9. 9— <9 99IQ ai?9i qjj— A kind of 
Bana airiail erect under shrub (Haines). 

[ Q— 491 *Dl%*> er* qp $<)<%qgi 9M ■ 6 
' eroi gqIqS qstq etq etgs i <m PQrQ^ flVMpa 
$8gq9<i i ] ^ 

*9$G€»§9— GQ,#. ( tf. 9ff+Wa)-* ■ 

Bana eoriaha t | $q\ ^fcQ 9I9G9I&S — 

3FT *tlfl<i( «Mcril *i<$? 1. Mustard, growing wild. 
-» I 8l£VGaiQ<a (£93)-'— 2, Am sarisho (See) 
<9«l @Q®— C9. 9— G«I9*I 9GC9CQ QI9 qQQGSS— ■ 
■ Bana hararda Atylosca Cajanifolia (Haines), 

-Q« 9<aqi-c9. 9. ( «; qq+^qi )— 

Bana ha]adi «. I 9G>I $§GQ £|© 9£Q| 6 Q$9-M 
^T 5^? Slffsr ^ff^, ?R fd^ 1. Wild turmeric. 

G© f ^99334 %©9it9 6 aa qia©- 091 q$ 

Qioi«n| TOW, 9§ $$,■ «uv.era.6 .9916Q Qewra- 

— 39190 i ] " * 

> I 91^ 9»<31 (C9<2f) — 2. Daru haladi (See) 
«Q& §(G@)»— G9. 9. (G99m9)— QI91 §a <G9Sl) 

Bana hi(he)ngu Nargl hingu (See) 

<9€»l— G9. 9. (e. 99efl)— v ! q$ g$9! ©sgsj, 9«»9$© 
Bana ' OQ^lqjJi GW.I q§9l Q$ 91 £l|#9C3q — 
^R*f, ^ffffl *rRr, cmoT 1. A long pot for jaggery. 

> I (*. 3l5)'«jp;9I§— 2 . Mistake 

1 gV 93. ■(*. qi$)— t. 1 aaiQK^ aeio^ — 

■C&W 1. Having lost one's way; gone astray; 
J«^!*T gSTT, WWRJ straggling, 

^ I §ig — 2. Erring; mistaken, 

" * I (S. Q§0) 9J3«if9- Q^o— 3. Profuse, 

&. Bewildered (person). 


• '-■ =" ■■•*■*■ I iSfi) Ws 1BQI9© :(^>— 5i Disturbed; 

"■ = - agitated (mind), 
coca oiq. C9G? a^ ©fi*^fli 

6» Feeling ojat of one's elements at a new 

place. 

Q<Sl(GflJQ— GS>, §—6§W €!9©l© qei^G^-Nam 6 

Bana(ne)i of an Oriya state. 

[ 9— < qp^q g|g« ^la qi 8€€Si«r x %a93«j ' 

siolo ^g» I ] 

0fiil'Q(O)«l— W- ?>«. (TOW <^Qsq 3904)— 9^% O 

Bana ka(dba)na »9^9I%[ ^GQ Q^gfQ ^91 — 

. ^fig^. ^Jai^i 1 * Left out owing to mistake. 

(aai— < a^flflq^ aieq host, sjis? q^ goioq t 

GQ»I^ Q^ll Qtill G$IQ €12GQ GSlj^K ^»6tl ^H 

■ 3*0 

QfilJftfl— GQ* 961 — saQ%i OTIQ89I —Strayed from the 
Banagana herd or flockj gone astray. 

CMft^t^t «><HQfl <3fl1 g(sq <ie4i coe-a q^* q<] 

; ' TO& 5?«RT; VTS^ri^rT 001 QQ QS9 ffco q^i 1 

Q$\ ^r— GQ. .Qd— *.I3$G!I a^€|| — 1. Disjointed 
Baria bana 3 \ a^a ; 2J©ej— 2. Awkward 

«> 1 «0Q©jq Gsaiq^ g«3§ giQ^ q^gi o^qq qigq 
i ' ■ f ■ ■ Q|§— 3, (a place) With whicfar a person is 

not familiar- 

€»«i G99I— go. 3. (ff. giQ)— e 1 gi<sj G99i— 1,- To 

Bapa heba errj to be mistaken, to fall intoerror e 
- t?Tl J I 91 1 SJjftPl— 2 t - To go astray. 

- ^SWT? «CT? SIRT «itfQ Qitf)j3p^a ^e ^i 

Q£ G9ICA. 9ld a© a €9S« «*1| I. t$8^9« fi9IQ«0 9Q I 

* 1 $.§§% G991 — 3, To be dumbfounded; to 

be at a lossj to be bewildered. v|og»| q 

C99U ©611 © 9^1 — 4 * ^ ot fco D8 understood- 

).■■?■■--■■•'■ 

; not to be known, 

1 ' Ba^i The common myna; Acridotherus Tristis. 

n^sm £ 9-^-^91 'goq '6^-acr w <a«5 ^IS 6 G9V 


199* 


{ ( r*m** ) ) 


vGtgSR 


.-tftfl 91 9& 91 9»9a 9lci al«>*4fl|OT[G&tfi6Q 

-«r ,'■ ^««G© flg^raa ©iq &% i ^ai£o Sfltei 6 cow 
©e*R 6 ai9i<s»GQ aici^ ©^ <rai£9 9is wta 

,; 9IS ©«§■ I ^9 «?l«S QS^'g©^' %9l«lf-< I ^ 

-., <19 SM^SSfci q#9IQ9f9l $$9fi| WSJ; :«9I%, 

■QflKMGQ «J qlQ9.<& Q*q$GQ The pied myna 

Q9§ I «3«i -49Q9IQ Q§t4' rQl ^' «9*-WIQaW3 

■ .-.^i^-QfiporGQ aiCT«ft0 6 Q*q©M-Bank myna 

y I q^^_2. Mangrove rpots;„ Avicennia 
' Officinalis. • f '$ $QQ% #^Q9l ^IS— 
3, A name given to females. it _ 

4. A small custer of trees. 

■j6aa(«*— €Q.9.(«<sn^a.9i€»9 » qea 9H9?©; aa»- 

Bania(aS) eOft 9®«, ©13 S#a)— t I <3© 0J9$ 

' <r $flaiQQQ «fl^| 91 COISI— 1- A grove" or 

-p^ plantation of one kind of trees, 

> I qiQSI9G€IS 2 - Yellow flowered ■ Hibiscus 

Tiliceus (Haines), w I 9§N" ( S9«i )— 
3.B*B&&(Seey 

QEHR 915W — 1. Goldsmith; silversmith. 
<WA *l-cai'i© 9a«i 5 awfite— 5- Druggist. 

sftar ? i cjyiA 9§i9> C9aiq— fc A trader - 

^8ai €141— €0. 9— *-? '«. $9 9OT^9G€IS-- 

Bania ghantS A robust shrub; Clerodendrun 

. " Infortunatum (Haines). 

** gSfc «I9(GQ I "] ' 

Bania jha^i 9$>93% <399W1Q 91^9^^— 

A middle-sized shrub having big furry 

leaves. 

[\5_4jjQ 9 £G9 <939I9 €1* ®§ > <WIQ'&? 

■ aoi <19 etf*9 6©».«lfij SSffl S^ff .-W« «p* ' 3 


j©§fcjS_C9^r-93^9n$#q— Goldsmiik's*occupa- 
, -'BaoiSti-, V; , -GTOlfitfi, CW$ zfawfit ,/tion, 

C^l& 69, *9tf — 1 I -^Sla -Wftj— I- Elating to 

q^qRft ,, a Bania, 9 I 9I^W^*1q— 2 Relating 
to trade* 
©S?fl© ©»— ?9. 9t-(- *,' ,91^9^+^ ,9]^)~^" 
*' Baniati chija '08991106. . €3^ ^ .fflK» ; 9s9aiq 

C^?^TM 9Qfi)— Druggist's store; spices 'and 

qPW l <fl fire, drugs, 

9§®Q «nasi J ^ 

d'9a& eo9i(.«)a— w. 9— ( e, 9ifitoi+9ii0iQ)— 

Baniati. b&p6(bh§;)ra A I 9S«I9 .QiOTiq— :L &old- 

C^^^jt^. smith's prof esigion or occupation. 

" 4p^lrfN4IMK 9 \ fa% 6 99Q W&IQ— 2. Trade 

[93^19 G9S£(9)3I— flWi%.a] iu s P ioes and dpu Sf - : 

Qgfa— e. 9— (a« yi%=93 9Wi+o$« Q^s ^^ 

" Banik ;W tW. V9)— l' I. ewn" ^9^iq ; 
€991*3!— i. Trader; merchant. ^ | Qgfef 5 
r €9Qh©IQ— 2 - The B Msya or trading caste; 
m | ( + ei^9Q^ Q© ) aw ee^iQG^ig «"Q^ 
QGa^j WiWW'"^ W«— 3 - (Astrology)— 
The 6th Karana or astrologicar conjunction. 

9^993— e.9— (?<|1©«U ^S+92i)"^ I 90IQ; 
Banik-patha 9)%— 1. -Market* bazar. > \ Q|gf©^ 

2. Trade 

Qg(9-69. 9-( 3. 95}9j— V' I ' 9St9; ?&9~ 
Bariika 1. Trader; merchant, ? | "'qpiQ. : 98ai — 

C^?T ^M i.- Goldsmith. 

Bani goida ^M\ Thin-legged. 

09Q©— ST- «^l?4 w o 93^ + 9^)— <31QOQ— The 
Banigbandhu! Indigo plant; Indigo; Fera 

Tinctoria, 
©gtQ9— i" 9-(9§i© i 4-99 > ^-99 ( ? 9391+©$. a) 
Banigbaha ; , ^g 5 q^— Camel, : 
"' '' [ g— awl«GQ ^jqiSQ u^Im 99<» ^91 G9IQ 

9^4-^ ^ "" (** ^ ^ s|h- : ^l§t»^: 'G9afQ- 
v Banigbiutti. . , , -; - v^.-,? t ^Trade. 


*&» 


( **>* ) 


94# 


©8©-e. ^-(fltf ai§_+9Q«. Q9 )— t i 9$^~ 

Banija 1, Trader. 5 I ETQ© GMQSaig 9Q3 
96€W — 2* An astrological cod junction, 

*tft*j, *BHfir ». 9-( e. 9iStoi )— ^ i <?ia»M> 

wftsr, ftwsr G9SIQ — I- Trade. 

qw <] 9$» aiQ8§ as i $jC 9- fl9*9«© 9& i 
-^ I G€H39^pq— - 2, Merchandise; 

commodities* 
910 9|2fi|Q <1 Q9C9 9G» t $9?$. fl$IQQQ 99 ! 

Banija patha $ I 99lQ>9lS— 2. Market; bazar, 

^8© SQaiQ— €9, 9— ( <M&9la9 S93Q W; 
Banija bepSra Ql3e , H.W8IC})— Ofilfil ^ 9^!^- 
^fWJMRl sftsr^lF: 9$£J$ 9IQ9IQ — Trade, 

Q99J — G9, 9— (S. 93$)— 9§t9 v — Merchant; trader. 
Banija ^JWlfl %3TRr 

9S»|Q 9g 9Q 9^0 I Q«* C9C9$«©Qig I 

Q8eiQ(£)— G9- ^- (*• Qa©)—^3Qj— Merchant; 
BanijSra(ru) ^Jt*ftft *i*IKI, SRraRJ trader. 

£39$ 9#»|Qfll69, &ia 0S'» £SQ flCSP I 

eaQia, QQ90 1 

■<I§ 9KJCQ? 9«ei9 90 I W 9i A9iW«0 9S> i 

q§qh<9ii)— «. 9. (9?i© n +s!G9. % qj. sfl)— G9ai9, 

BanijyaCjyai 9l3®i — Trade; traffic. 

9@G^QI— €0. M. Q. — QKMQ G99 ©9 QGGQQ G99 
Banibeka QQ QH 6 a^QQ — Having a long 
tfeWflM SfBfSRT and ungraceful neck. 

ofljKaO— w. 9<a. ( s°. 9Q«* )— * i qphj weio— 

BanuS(55) *Efld, ^t=rt 1. Growing in the forest. 
q§5fT«IT) -> 1 999lsl — 2. Living in the forest. 

** I ©as*; 99 S^Slq — 3. 'Relating to forests. 

v | gqQ M — 4. Uncivilised. 

G9. 9 — <» SQIQ CSItO— A kind of kitchen 

fruit. 

G>$i N (aL%) — «— * I QQ 9Q9I— 1. To divide; topar- 

Bant(root) tition v J \ 9l«fc9i — 2. To distribute. 

! A » I PI^QI) Ga€9l— 3. To pestle; to bruise; to 

pound. 


Banfa ' 1, Share. 9 f q^O— 2, Partition; dis- 
tribution. • | (Q^+a) G9$; QW gQ©Q 
got— 3. The handle of sickle. 
v I SI99lg© 90*3— *. A bachelor (Apte). 
9°* 94. 4°— a^9l§©— -Unmarried. 

Ban^aka ^QQ— 1- Distributer. > \ vqqq 

2. Divider, 
S*. 9. (+qi€ffl- ©)— 9g3; Sl°€t— Share. 
Q«9— q s . 9. (Pflr aiq + qs. aff)— t I 9)4(9!; QQ qq 
Banana qQGQ 9Q^ QOTI; a o €i|©Q$—l. Par- 
tition; division; apportionment. ^ | qq, 
TOa^^QQ Q<a 91^ 0091— 2. Distri- 
bution. • | 9!f9l; ea^^l — 3. Bruising- 
pounding with pestle and mortar. 
9«k» QQQI— €9.^ (g°.9^Q)— ^ I a°a9l 9q«1 9Q9I- 
Bantana kariba 1. To partition; to divide. 

^ ^1 > I 0<d Q3 a D « €l?U QQ 9i^qr G99I 

^T3rT TTTF 2. To distribute; to apportion. 
QQQ 91QQ— 9°. ©61 6 9.^L°— GS3 9IG^i— Distributary j- r 
Bantana kSraka dividing; partitioning.. 

(9^(9^l<31— ^9i%a) 
(9^319 9IQ9I, 9«Ji9 QIQtifl — %1) 

Bantara qq^i — l. Partition; separation of share, 

*fe?1 > \ m ciQ a°€iQ qao, 9Q^i 91 gq9Q^— 

^OTC, 5OTTO 1. Appo tionment- of shares. 
9<&aiq J « I 9$ GQS^G9fel3 39hQ a°Q- 

9^1 ? a©i%,a «IQ qei9 v q^oft 99Q^i^ 
9G$liQJ 3. Distribution. 

* i get 6 spidtar «w%q gs^q €^g^Q a»Q 91 - 

QQ ^d S>20 — 4. Division of the produce of r 
a field between the cultivator and the 

landlord. 
QSiQ 80QO— G9. 9- (fl°* 9«ff+erl- «QP) — 

Bantara ain €3^ 9^)19 gi^ ^^ 9Q-3 «qg|<]— 
Afc$\ «rfe^ -Hd^Kl 5THPIF The law of partition. 

QflQ ^3(3— €9.9* (9Q& ^9G»Q ««?)— WrtqpJI (G9«l) 
Ban^arS kuntarS Baptakunta (See) 

««— G9. 9— e 1 9«©— 1- Partition, 5 | ^©q^, — 
Ban^a 2. Distribution. • j ^Q ; a°g<— 3. Share., 

941 «^9 <3I%1 33IQ G^<1 aiil 9g| €99 H* «9lQ 


9<MQ9I 


v **>* ) 


99 


MKGflOQQI— CQ. $— (9I«?9I S^IQ §te$%a~ 
Ban$a(nte)iba Causative for m of Bantiba) — 90<l 
gig 94Q$ql 9QQ91 — To cause to be parti- 
■llfcM 4^ Ml tioned or distributed, 

©«M«j«M— G9. 9— (©Q«foqWQ» )— <■ I 9$&0— 
Baatakunta 1. Distribution. j | 9^ QQQQ 
%i\>\<\$ 9d<»GQ 9$iq — 2. Partition or division 
%5^? amongst many persons. 

©<w©a— G9. 9 6 9$. — t lasisflaiSQ 9qsi9Q9i— 

Bantiaba^ti 1. Mutual partition; division of a 
^jUlfiy sjfeRffe thing amongst eacb other. 

QS*I OTlQSQ as? <3$ a^ so 

J I 9$ 9<3i9 9&—2-. Various acts of parti- 
tion. • I 9$GQQQ 99il°aQ 99QSI— 

3. Acts of distribution. 

9\ (ai§)— 3— -39ISI 9<R9I— 

Banth(root) To walk alone, 

9$~ 9. M. q.°— (9«a v ai§— «qiq qq9I +g<j. a) — 
Bantha v | 9ICTQ 91 3^— 1- Dwarfish. 
> I «99l§©^& Unmarried. 
* I 99QICP — 3. Crippled (Apte). 

(^eji — ^1) ST. 9. V— * I «99I8© q^<3— 1. A 
bachelor (Apte). -> | QQh— 2. Servant 
(Apte) • | $$ a^,— 3, Javelin; dart(Apte), 

04Q^r. e — (94 *%+*$• as)— <^ i 9i^a cisiq 

Bantbara 319Q9 900 — 1- The sheath that 

envelops young bamboo (Apte). > | ©|q 
qQO 93*0 OBI qrf— 2. The new shoot of 
the palm tree (Apte). * | M — 3. A rope 
for tying ( a beast ) (Apte), © | q^ — 
4. Dog (Apte), X i q£Q q$— 5, The tail 
of a dog (Apte). ^ | GflQ — 6, A cloud 
(Apte), 9 \ tyQ — 7, The female breast 
(Apte), 
q q (ai§)— *~V | 91491 j 9^S1 9Q9I— 1. To divide; 
. Band (root) apportion (Apte), 5 | gqq9|. G9Q9I- 

2, To encompass; to surround (Apte), 
9$ — CQG9 9. (Q )— ^ I OW»— 1. Bond. J I ai3o- 

Band TO kg ONI— -2. Security bond. 

0$ Qtffl— SIW. WW19) 9— %1S£|93iGO W€9 69^ 
Band-ria <5|<^ m S»s?fQ §•§— A. kind ot 
(999#, 9QQ38, 9^aa-aOiq3) bracelet, 

[ 9— 091 99Qa gccr 8©IQI<1 I ] 


Q§ — *. M; g. Q — (99 ai^+g& 33) — v ,.i 9TOicr> 

Banda S^OICf — 1* Maimed; crippled (Apte), 

> i 21991^0 — 2, Unmarried (Apte), • J,«|q| 
9qg|Q^9t — 3, Emasculated (Apte), 
S. 9— <. I ^Q9 69lft^l Qc *^ —1 » A. p^son who 
has been circumcised (Apt 2), 9 I QSrQ<sij2fc 

qqq 2, An ox without a tail (Apte), 

ffi I $a§ 9i^Q S*GN9Q9 Q$ O 014-3. A 
person who has no prepuce (Apte) . 
q^q— g. 9. if— (9^ alq> + 9<§. 219)— * I $9319^- 

Biiidara 1, Miser; a stingy person (Apte), 

3 I q.°g S&Q 9*10, — 2 « An eunoc ^ (Apte), 

Oftfi^Q)— C9C9, 9— («•- ^— M €91*% GC,(a ~ 
Bandal(li) l t Bundle, y \ <pp 9<9I C91Q^9f 

( 9ffil, 9ftfil— ««»iqp ) %$>< ^ ^-9 1 "" 
^ij ^^F ^ Packet, 

Qftl-ff. 9*^1— ( 9§ aiq_+9& a+«)— «« ^1— 
g an( Ja; An unchaste woman (Apte),. 

fliw («9»I9, 69?a) W. V— f«. ^)— 
(9«fl— 93) ' <aq«S|9 (©^)— Tailless; bereft 

*" .of Jtail^. 

9€H(^l)fi&— ^. 9— (9$ a|$+*g9Q«. ^)— 

BandS(nta)Ia t I ^QfllOfif fldiCQ q»— l* A 
contest of heroes (Apte), ^ I eri^l; Wl 
QQ$® C9I§» "2, A shovel; hoe (Apte), 
• I G0?9I— 3, A boat (Apte), 
9§IQ9I— 9IG9 (WW9S) «-(^. «>^)— (<39q> 
Bandaiba 6»lQ9i> «9«9I— To sweep (a room 
■■ ■ • ■ or place), 

0§— 3IG9 (QWfl) 9-( 6«q$L)— V *»? Ql * — 
Bandi 1. Cart. ^ I QQQ^t al^— 2. A bandj 

bullock cart with iron springs and woodea 

frame, 

gK?.(*UHS) 9.— ffGOCa— ^cket. 

MI(64)Q«— 9IG9(«M.ft9S) *— 6»IQ91— 

Bandh5(ndhe)iba To ?«P- 

Bat (An affix meaning) Like; similar to. 

[q 4Q\ aOs 9GSW 6 96as«> «9 9SCT 

aai— qiw©, 9i«99© N , aai9©)— 

5 1. 'ag' MG9IM «9 QOiq— 2. (An affix 
denoting) Possessing or having, 

MM «<li <I9W l^fif S^ 1 *^ -39900^ 


9©99i 


( +*>9 ) 


99IQ91 


ooiq 9ic>; (aai— awio* wioj) <1qgtcq 'otf 
§<) aai-ao9« f q«»«i] 

OQQ91 — flIOT ( 3«lR9a ) $ — 9$Qfl9l — To be 
Bat-ri'oa saturated with water. 

OO— G9. a. — (e. 9Q) Q^ $Q*i — Like. 

O0°9— g. 9. (ao+ooji aig_=^§© QQ9I+Q93. 21 = 
Batamaa «9Q*% *«* GQEJ) — \ I G>£ $«— 
1. Ear-ornament. ^ | flGq^i — 2. Orna- 
ment for the head, * | egg — 3. Ornament. 
©©•go— tf. 9, (WQ + ^IGa. 9) — 99°3 (69«l) 
Batamsaka Batamaa (See) 

OOO — G'§GQ. 9— ( «D. 9001 ) qp Q°g- aiQ9°g— 
Bataka 9^j(^T) Gander. 

afti^g aiQi.asji gooi 5 m 6 gqi9 qqwQqi 
w&n i ] 

.qOOI ^Q~SI69 (ci9S>l£>) 9— SIO q$Q— - A low caste 
Bataka-suda * of farmers. 

-OOOOI— giG9 (3^9$)$ — $? $9 9GSQ9I— 

Batakiba To scamper away, 

000— SIG9 C«IH,Q4a) W— aig*) 9^j— Moistioned; 

Batar saturated with water- 

O0Q v 0(6$)Q— SI€Q (WilQ) 9— ( $0. § QIQI ) 

Batar-ki(ke]ri ^§)G9IQ — -Winged white ant. 

^OQQ — GQ. 9. (3°. 9^9 gi. 9jl ; SIQ^ 33 © GKTQ9, 

Batara 9€$0l,9§}9l) — V I aiQCMa 9§ aS9GaS — 

W3; q^; 1. The grey quail; Cotornix Communis. 

■[ 9 — <J9I *«IO SJISra <31Q; asu g^(§€at3 

§OG9 W *IQI G©(% 9lQ9lfiG9 < GQ€lq 219^; 

•sign ciia^ o?a q§> qiqsj i < ag| ^qgq q@qj§, 
q«i qic I <iqiq Qt°g el^qq G9IQ gSo* q^q g$q 
Sjqsgg) QGjgQ ^a«fGQ ^§91$, sqgq < aste 
ssjsigq cai-agj] 
-> l (sp.9Iq'i— q€)— odo %§o qaq$ aiQOl — 

^K.tst; cTcfc Proper wetness or moisture of a field 

for agricultural operation % | (g°. gj&9) 

*Tfa Of^tl, QfcQQ q^jflQi G99I «9gl— 3 > The men ~ 

*H>MI$ <RMMWI struated condition of a cow. 

"fwl GO. 9*1 — V I ao*— 1 Wet; moist. J | 

*ften, tftat qQq^ga qS ft ^91 ( Q<aaaio ) — 

(«Q— 93QQ) 2. Not fully dried up" { boiled 

paddy ). 


QOQ 9©0I— S9. ^*— 1 I ( Q\% ) €)^Q GWI— 1. ( a 
Batara par^iba cow ) To. be in heat; to have 
^Rt%1 3WI ^<yHI,^Wl^MI menses. 

-> I ( ©9 ) ^SQ ^aqg «fQ r €!@9| -l f (the soil) 
To have sufficient moisture for cultivation. 

q©q aia— G9. 9 — »9q aooiqq q59ia— The 

Batara paga condition of an agricultural land 
•RPl ^ 'ftenT^T still retaining proper moisture 
(<2IG)$g|G1— 93^19) after a shower. 

QQQ §fll — GQ. §— 9^1 3GQ ^Q (§91 £[91 2I9|1IGQ 
■ Batara bunS alft ^gf9l <SG© — Sowing paddy 
HtoKWI while the field has still got some mois- 
ture after a shower, 
0©Q— -G9. 9 6 Qtfl— 9^q ( QQ® ) 

Batara Batura ( See ) 

G>©$(6Q)Q9I — G9. S— ^ ! 99IQ9I ( G9«l )— 1. 
Batara(re)iba Bafcariba (See) 

J I 9^qQ9l <CW)— 2. Baturaiba (See) 

0065— CTG9. illOT. (CflQffl^Q) 9.(Q Q . 9% n )— G9I9Q- 

Batal Bottle. 

OOG>-«-giW. (g^qQ) 9— SI© — 
Batali Apple. 

^0(Ol)€II — 69. 9— 91091 (G9«)— 
Bata(ta)sa Batasa (See) 

001— €9. 9. (e. G9^)— ^ i ©q 9i§a } 91^)9 erift— 

Bata 1. Split bamboo; bamboo lath. ^ | ©9|^q 

*»ij ^rft a^iGQ SI99I0GQ 9sigia qioi qioq at 

^^.^TST 91 9£— 2. Wooden bars attached 

horizontally to door plates crosswise; door- 
lath. • | a ^ q| | G9IQ39I ft^en 9l^ai— 
3. The stick— like middle portion or ridge 
of the cocoanut branch when stripped off 
CWl; C%51 its leaves, v | 99 $!©$• GQ9 2D — 
^T«ft, ^»"^!T 4. Big tape worms in the stomach. 

ooi(s©)qqi— gq. ■§ . (*. 919; e. oi^j— ^ i looi 

Bata(te)iba 9Q9I — 1. To indicate; to hint. 

' I IfalQ G99l 3 SQ( G99I— 
2 To teach; to instruct. 

<^n aQ a« «aifli9 99 «q vciq cqs i 
* I S&IQ G99I— 3. To explain. 


-99IQ9! 


( *«•**> ) 


9©a 9*9ig«? 


CflG© SqlQ ©I91 9Q1Q ££CQ I 9339, G9IQQO S3 I 

v I ( 913 ) €9«tlQ9l — 4. To direct or show 

('the way), * | aqgg 6 qq|__5. To advise. 

# ! (Qifif) tflg ftOQfll GOia 9§ CIIO C*39l 5 
21@^ q©<! 9§9I — 6. (ironical) To speak 

unpleasant truths. 

ft" &CQ QC^SI; SCIQVI^ £91 69IQS COIQO QG» 6$ 

5> I (QMla) ©<fteq96Q 3%iQQ GQ9I — 
7. (figurative) To retort boldly. 

Bata chhaiciiba G3£% ®2fl 9§)9I — Falling of big 
(QOI«9Qlj 9Q|a^>9l — CQSIS* q,Q) worms with the 
■ WqRPk«H CtoWpl sfcools * 

Batari(rdi)ba qp qqgq 9913100" G3sil9<§ TO 

*Wlfi tt*1 €9© 91 9$$ gig 9I$9I— To attach 

^tor ftqiMI layers of split bamboos to the rafters 

of a thatched frame by tying them together 

with strings, 

-QOIfiEl— €9. 9— TO G9I^;— Jolly boat; life boat 
Batali 6jff £9Q» SQ^j aisws>a woqpw. 
*tt# aft «W »tf> voi«Osl &&1Q a3$ 

-©QICI— GQ...9 (* 91©)- VI E3W— 1 Wind. 3 | gO§ 
Batasa 91^5 9% COiETIG — 2. Storm; hurricane. 

^S^ 99S9IQ VgQ SO.<a GQIfO 

* I <19S9IQ 99^2 6 ©1919 &q«ii9h to — 
3. A kiDd of wild tree and its edible 

fruit. 

[§— <rai *si€Q giw st«*i— $MW ©^3^ Q 

Q9IQI-CQ. «.*- 91991 (W«) 
Batasa Batasa (See) 

$>Ql3— W. 9— 91W (69«) 

Batasi Batasa {See) 

$q «£q; go£ G9l§g; cigaff acf a©a l 

9Q«^ qkj -aae qniqfl. 
9919*0—69. M.— tt D . W> * 1 c?o|qgg-l.Tem- 
BatSsiS pestuous; windy, .9 I 9OT9Ka— 

<3tft5t . «rawft „ 2. Lying; « | gj©^G) ijsj— 
^fatPl 3. Loving splendour; showy. 

^f*frir "* I 9ICII9^,Q Q${— 4. Boastful. 


99l?f ^1*1— SIW. (CI90IO) 9.— (99I9G9 Q| 990CQ 

Batasi kuta QQ\% Wit G9IQ Q© 9103(91 q$IQ 

§19^) 9^ Qjfcl — Thin or slender straw. 

(aai— eg ©<$IG9 9©ra1 q^i asi ^Sq3 i ) 

9©—G9. Q. (g° 9^, gi- 9^)—^ I 9Q9I5 9Q^I— 
Bati 1. A wick. 

[ Q— i©l, qpi 91 QQI^i 9Q 90 ag© Qqai«$ 
PIOQ Q^ v 6 QOlO 2IQQQ 9Q91QIQ G^l^ 3©l 
?A9IS3Q 9© QfflGQ ^1|9I<1 I ] 
^tfft ^Rft, f^tFT > I 099 961-2. Candle. 
* 1 aqia — 3. Lamp. 
9$ciq(Q) — GQ. 9. — gqgciisl ©l9is>Q qi^q^ioq gi9aio 

Batighara (ra) ©qQ9l QCQa^CQ qqg QOSQ <<? 

^8"N?ii ^tei ^aQgerffl giw 6)©tGQ q© s^ QaGQ 

4^1lol4l; 5n|3rat Q^fl 9IQg9l SIIGQQ — Light- 
house, 

Q€€i@— CQ- $— 9§ gcaa eisi G91Q391 qsaisiQ 

Bati]har^a SBGQ^lalQ 95i; 013 Q9 — 

^1^5 ^Ti1^lH4^ Chandelier. 

Q©€9Q— 6Q. 9. — ^ I GeilSTO^ 9i^ 5 Sj,|9IQ — 
Bati pela 1. A flatterer. 9 I 2IQS 9^q q^ 

ern^m^; citotw ^m^t giaicQ ageflwe— 

(9© GOIQ-siQiqa) 2, A slavish approver or 

t?1W ^Hl^4 follower of a person, 

Q«*Q— GQCT. M. (eri ?> 9IQG9 9*I9$«) ©^« — 

Batibhar c^>ra^ ^<m Shameless. 

«e(?)a(a)- gq. 9 6 m.— (».gi? o ao bj gi. 9^1si)— 

Bati(tri)sa(si) *j <#>%% -32; Thirty-two 

9©€l(^)G3 , St211 Q^O — GQ* «> — <9 99IQ 9Sp 99a^ 
Batisa(si) phenia bantala G?U$9$0 — A sort of 
«*cflM<Ptfl«n §mt small plantain, 

[ 9 — <3qQ ct^iiq Mil *j 1 ]' 

9©(?)€! QQ©-G^. 9^1. 4° — G99GQ 9Q3 S»aaqg— 
Bati(tri)sa laksbana Having thirty two good 

signs on the body. 
#I*f IVtl [ 9©(5)€)^S^1I — %] ] 

9©(^)« S*@igW— G9. 9— ( 3. 9UTS9 q.^©9l ) — 
Bati(tri)sa simhasana «9I«9 9l»9ig 3^9 

*afH fawd*R s^ai^^ gs , 9G^ , aQ &$n ^i99iQ — 

3frlM ^f^PT A legend of the throne (with 32 
steps) of king Bikramaditya which was 
discovered and dug out of the earth by a 
miraculous chance. 


9QQ1 


( W" ) 


9^ 


[ Q — q^iqqs q©io?Q *> s g§Q9i$© 
aigqr $iq qs© *$ si9$99ii 9°9iw qiqsgs 

^99GQ GaiQ G9IQ 9QI^ GQG9 G901G9 GCII^ 
OQQ gm I <® «qe«l G9@ 81^69 G9G©- 

q$o 9ift© esii^Q^i 9%3lGsa 6 Gag a^ s?g« 

Qg §°9I$© GQI9I G9IQ^9l gi» QQGQ $aG9SO 

9^9 9Q i < 9S£j wa* ©QgiaiQ^iGQ gq,Q© 

G99l% ©9ICngQ Q9I GQ© GaialQ9l»QQ S^a 
9€!;QGQ ©3g© G9IQ GS fl[9» GW9l^£5§§°9IWf 
919IQQ I 21Q$Q qQI G$© G3 3°9IS19GQ 9§9I% 

go%i 9Q9i%gc©i9 gQOQf moom ealai 

QlA SlQlAlO <?4© ©§ ©Iff QgGQ,— G3G9 <$Q<\ 
•9$9l9©Hff &Q qgaitfl G©G9 <1§ ^9°9ITOGQ ©S; 

su§> Gqs> wai ^a^i^L a&iiai aw 9Q ©§gq 

" 9§G$ 91$ I QGQ GS q®99lfllG9 9°9W©f % 

©©€11— G9. 9« — * I */ g^«l^— 1. delating to 32. 
r Batisa > I •»> S«19— 2, Numbering .32. • | w^ 
^fr^fl, ^C*t WhIQ aQgl— 3. Thirty second. j 

^iM^ gll G9. 9— i I (*. <Nfl 91<$99»1) 49S9IQ 

&&«&<sh 9$qi gioa qqqIj qcyq 99Q1 — 

1. A kind of inferior plantain. 
[ Q— <1 99Ql GGIQ 6 GSlfc I GOG© <i9I^L G©£ 

t I aws* ^ft QlfQ ^9 91$ (9191© ogsflii 
«^ 9Gfc ) — 2. All the teeth of a person. 

961— 3— 9©«*SS (il) — 9© g©i£{i$ so© steer— 

Bati A suffix which is the f&riinine form of 

the suffix bat. 

(Ml— q<a9SI, a©9G), 99<*I9GI Q9SI9 J) 
9$— §)1G9 (QSIfl) 9— £ i TOO— 1. A ball. 

Batu 9 I 3fl TOhI— 2. Even number, 
(m—J 9 v ,9f Q©h!9 I) 

eiG9 ( swmlq )— 9— aeiaiQ— 

Great-grandson. 
9$.Q— G9- 9 — 9$$Q9I 9l£h> SSIQ9I— Act of 
Batura f%^l3 tfUlMI moistening a thing. 

twi G9. 93— Cffi>l G9IQ^9tj ©»9§— Moistened; 
%fti||£*MI saturated with water. 

9$q($Q)Q9l— G9. <§— G©fa3 a9la%9S9lo ©»€^ 
BaturS(re)iba $9IQ QS9I — To keep a thing for 
t 5 ? ^n j IMI sometime immersed in water. 


^ 


QQQ (QOHI9) — OT. 9— 9©Q QQ^iQ (G9«) 

Baturi (etc) Batara eto (See). 

9§QG>I— G9. S— »S»95,€Wli 0»<?ig Q99I — To be 
Baturi ba moistened with or immersed in water. 

f^1 «f^Rr (9^)991 — TOnq,a) 

9^€J f[«|— G9. 9 — 9©9 ^flf (69fll) 

Baturi buna Batara buna (See), 

9§ G9IQ — ai69 (G9la) 9— ^§JGai93 fl*Q€3lQ— 

Batri poka Winged white ant. 

( 9§Q GQ»9— TOi%0) 
9«€l Q€^f) 0«l— §IG9 (9IGfii^Q) 9, 6 9^1 — (%ft 

Batrisa daurdi katS C99© 9i99IQ — qfiL 9Q§) 

9^i)— g^9^ 9<^^ qtfi aoi G«a9 5 

One who has got no relative* 

9^—9". 9— (99 yi9_=G59 %Q%Q 921^ + 9^* 3; 

Batsa gi^i^i Q^9 9^9 Q9ISII4 ) — V I g^— 

1, Sod; ^ l ei^ilQ $tt — 2. The young of 

an animal t * | qo|Q — 3. Child^ offspring. 

v l QQ\§%; Q|%q— 4- A calf. */ qQQjq 

fiGMQGM (SJ^PP G9W )— 4, Name of a 

country in ancient India ( the . modern 

Doab). 9 I (9S1 ai§/-9ISI 9Q9t-f 2»y9Q^. % 

S>9|©9) 989; 9^ (g.^l) — 6. Year; a period 

of 12 months. 9 | gjQ^. Gal^SS QQQ9- 

9GQ<3 — 7. Name of a mythological king 

Sribatsa. 

[ 9— < ^QQ© R^l 6 S9QT9 9»9 ©1^ 9Q 

4199 G9ia^9$© 9<J ^^Gf^ I ] 

r I »S'ft9 95 §l^«j il95l— 

8. A Brahmin devotee. 
va Qi« q% «ej s^sq, 9i«9« s? ©a &Ss9 q«c« — 

«! I 9^85 3Q—9. Breast 

V° I Gd^Sll^aaiQ 9°g9 «lftG>99G€l^5 98I1Q— 

10. An attendant of Kamsa; Batsasara. 

t* I QQ,sa9 { g. a. ) ( G9« )— 

11. Indrajaba (See). 

G9 — 9199 GQIQIO fly**^ Kti GGIiaiO — 
One of the 12 G-op&las. 
[ 9 — 91039 ©CQ G9lt G9«) I ] 
^- «— WG9ia9)(qp 6 Ifai ilffl^ 9h^ G§9)9ia [— 
( An affectionate term addressed to one 1 s younger) — 
Ob child I 


93$ 


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Q$f> 


£$— ff. 9— (Qa-f WGa r . 9)— S. I «>; S$I9— 
Batsaka 1- Son. 

> I ^S? (6W)— 2. Kufrja (See). 
■» 1 9I§<33 — 3. Calf. 

* I QQ9Q (Q. «) (G9«) — 4. Indrajaba (See). 

* I ©qfgl (§. 9) (GQS>— &> Nirgandl (See). 

Q§ ©let— a; 9. qf— (99^83 9 $ aai© sqk? G9iQag 

Batsa kama ©|qp| gflplQ)— qQMWMl— Wishing 
(9a9Wl — 3I9«iQ8) to get a ohild born to oneself. 

Batsa jata Female breast. 

Batsa tantrl QQ§)— A string to tie a calf- 

Q gg Q _3. q. ^_( 9a+S*ea ©Q )—k i eaia^Li 

Batsatara Ql^i 21$q9l£<3; 9iq§>— l^A. small 
(Qa«|— ti) calfj a steer. 3 I ( • 9<3Q 9l$q 
^ q) — 2. A calf 3 years old. 

Bataa danta Name of an arrow. 

Q g gQ€|-e. 9— G9W9 gi©10 91S— The ancient 
Batsa desa name of modern Doab. 

q@ 9l$— *. 9— ( 9aaiQ+5£M6a'. a )— ffl^Q 9<a- 

Batsanabha QQQfy q^q—Aconitej Aconitum 

fi&fol ftsift*. 3**^ Nepellum. 

toi « 9N— aqo, w, [ 9 -<ia <aa 8«i^p afi & 
gjg, sssfaa, «9», sw, *a & loeQ $« 1 <»iq 

9IQ, G§f99, gWIQQ, $$ G93S>T!fl 0^99, «9IQ 

8 I9^ 1 G9Q 9I§Q9 910 99, <l 

fl. 9©9I9 ^ a »G« 39H CIS Q&M 

q, QQQ\Q «lS I ^19 eOQ w ' 

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9§9I« — ^..9-(9a+ a l«> »SL+Q4- ^)— ^ ! 'WI0l»i 
Batsapaia qq Qi^qj ©SG] — 1, A cowherd. 

-> I jft^g — 2, Name of Srikxushna, 

OflQ— e. Q— (9fl »l^— 9iq QaQI+WQC«. ^ 

Batsara q§q§ q^fllG9 9W OQfi))— 9^; QIQfllSiqS 

33^; SI9> gp; gjQ— ^ year; a period of 

twelve month?, 

[ 9 — qHSlGQ QOQ QTOIggiGQ Qiftl39IQ' 
9aQ SGTO 3 32JI — G>g«fllGi, G^fQ^lff, ^^19,. 

wis, Erg«il 91 ^19^ a©^ W?, a!©^i9i9i9 y 

Q9il9 I 

9GS 1 qQ©99GQ 9^9 * ^°-3 91 q^_GQ 99^ 

gl<a q^ ei) ( 3iQ ; fl!9^i, ^5 6 mQ=Qq^ 
91^9, aicSq, Gaf<a 6 fli^ — GQs$q§j gi^difliGO 

<ia Oj^hQ giQ^GQ 91 2!<^GQ S3iQS3@lQ W^l© 

9%qGQ I fJQSLWl, G9f^Q^ 6 G»9 sa©9tG9 

9<ai G^Q 9|q' 219^ as^asi 9 9€i MSIG9 

Q§?iGfiSl i } 

9SQ— 9169. (f 9^9) 9 (ff- 9aq^)— €9p ««f)^ 

Batsara G97q Gfl<3 91 G?91«l fligQ g£J^ 99 — 

Thd 1st. day oE the solar manth ol 

Baisakha. 

[ 9— QWa <] 99 f 9^9 ©^t9 GPI^I^IQ 

(SEMICO QQ^IQ 9OTIQ QQ?J 3 G^lt 6 ^0991 & 

G9IG£1 QQHI9 <Jiq <3QgJQ 39IS); «B3«I «ia« 

^I9gi9%a 9©i aio, g®9 6 G^l999 9^931 9Q§ 1 

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9fi0— «. 9^ ^° — ( 9a + ^g MGQ ft )— qjj, S«li r 

Batsala g^iQ 6 OO^flf 9Q C§9 91 SJ9qQqg 

(QdQ) ^1) Loving; affectionate towards one's 

youngets 

[9 — qiaiQas* <91 ^2© 6 9©^ o^^qpo- 
99^IOQr gGCT 9i9§9 ^<3 aai5— q$l99a«>— G3 
3^19^699 QG3, g©l9a^ = S3 3»I^_G§9 9G9 I- 

<aa^ g.99a», s«ioa^ ^wao 6 9§9a» 

Q0«il9 €19 %< l] 

».*.—( 9a«+q^ «) — ei 9ia^i G§9, 
a9q€l«^ 1 • Affection; love. 5 J 919^ 93' 
,^5^g— m£ r £ kjn^ of emotipni , in fiction. 


-QQ&OI 


( «Wfffc» ) 


9G §«Q 


9@«©|— 9T. 9.— (9^ + S!^ ttl) — €$9; «§3«i 
Batsalata 9I$IRh— Affection; love; compassion; 

attachment. 

-Qfil — «T. 9- (Qft+ftl- *0 — ^ I 9I%Q — 1. Calf. 

Batsa 69, 9.— 9^I1Q (G3<5l)— '2. Batsasura (See) 

-©fiwwa— ?. 9 — q$« (e^fl) 

Batsadani GuiaEcha (See) 

•9<§^Q— tf. 9.— ©99i9CM — 

Batsasura A demon. 

«a' sal skiokq gsiqq oiei— eqps?-h sQ^aesjis* * 

[<§— <§ ©Soto 99^ Qjwo qws 6 eewasQ 

G9. 9. — 9a (WflJ — Bafcsi ( See ) 

•g^jV-gq. 9.(a«K) (e. 9&) espiab) -3910— 

Batsi Son. 

ffco »G^sq seas ss I <js*9. P9<«Q©. a© 1 
-QQ — G9. 9 (S. 9 e KIl) — 5^1 —Furuncle; a boil; 
Batha CTF51 <KteT abscess. 

[ g— «GfGQ9GQ Qasi wa w ©is $<i i saai-— 

gOGQ 0OI, 8w G9SGQ GQCTl, ©QQIGQ QI$9I, 

q>GQ 9^1, aao6Q eqsig 91 a$nsioQ, ai§GQ 
wsja, GqwjaGGi Qiocoa, ^agiejGQ ciqmq^ 
g«aG^ ciqqto 1] 

^eiQ fl* — G9. 9.— 3« flai€Q a9l TO» epqq 9g— 
Bathara manji The core inside a boil. 

■991— G9. 9. (*. Qm^I) — ^ 1 G9WI; 9"»3II; 9$l — 
B*tha 1. Aching; acute pain, 

^Jt«tt ^T 2. Pang; colic pain, 

■^ai(Ga)Qor— GQ. $.— (aqQQ a»a)9«i2iiq§ gwi 3 

Batha(the ; iba olQrqg €99!; 9^9 G99I — To 
*tftffy ^jT*tfa31 ache; to smart with aching pain, 

it^RT <5QQ!^G9IQSft <?fl»S SJJj «IQ Q a © P e€HQ5>a«QI$ i 

-OafcO — GQ 9. (3. 9gQj gl. 9CM3)— flIIQi €IIQ9G€I$— 
Bathua" A kind of pot-herb; white goose- 

£. 9I&9, SIQ9§>, foot; Chenopodium Album. 

[ q — <9j j\* 919 gj©Q 
gQ 5 aj>9 9i© 9«*G);G®£p$H 1 
<9I »l 6 GIQ GQ9GQ 53QI9 I 
G!& 93*% S^QGQ G3fa- 
9lg9 Q<$$ \ Qf£l 92ISIO 0§> 


ai$q©, 9§© 
crori, ^su c^i 
ww, ftr^t; ^gsTr 

3. c^Q9<a;©9Q 
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a»i ^a«Q a§) acaai 991 


9GQQ, giQO I <9! «l9l, Q% 8% a^T, ^9 6 

*€QI9 ©IS© ! ] 

TO(al^) — ff — 1 i Og9l — 1. To speak, j | Q©|Q^l 

Bad (root) QQ9I — 2. To -utter^ to pronounce. 

* 1 S^W 0Q9I — 3. To address; to speak 

to. v | gq,Q QQ9I — 4. To announce. * | 

Q9gl9o ©Q9I — 5- To bring up a matter or 

proposal for consideration. $ \ ^£$g QQ^| 

6. To name; to allude to. $> | gQ €)§Q| — 

7. To remain still, r | ^aft QQ9I — &. To 

inform^ to intimate; to notify. 
©<&— G9G^>. W. (etl. W — TO; ^Q Q°. 9(9)—^ I TO; 
Bad ^qa^ $T~ lt Bad 3 evil . 

^ 9i9§S> §^3 1 3211- OOQIflj 9Qfl|<g ; 99§aii^ j 
? I ag©Q^— 2. Immoral. * | ^ — 
3. Wicked, v | aqgjQ— 4, Bad-looking. 

QQa^Miq — GQ. 9. (ffi. 9^+e. aQiiq)— to aqsig— 

' Bad abhyasa ^f ^T«Jt^ ^^trl^cr Bad habit. 
(9QShl3— a«>i%a) 

QQ2QQQS1— GQ. 9. (ffl. 99 + e. «§OQtfl)— aqQ|OQ«; 
Bad acharapa 2jgQ9i99IQ — Bad character^ bad 
WSft^l ^raT ^MH<*!l5 «*^Ici conduct. 

(99IQM-— aoiqjO 
ooaqQ-OT. 9. (eri. 9Q v +^. aiqQ)— aq qi^— 

Bad achara ^rtet^ V^tIIqI Bad practice. 

(991^- a9M%a) ^q^-^^IQQ 9G9gfil) 

Bad-kismat Unfortunate; uniucky, 

^rft'sps G9GQ. 9- {£fl. OQ-f-©g©) — 

^RhfUd OQ QQH 5 ^g r cn — Bad-luck. 

(9Q«qoai, 9Q©9ei — G9« 9G€ig^i qa) 

«>Q <S1Q - G9G^. 9. CT)— 3Qa 9l d^ G^stl 9/ 9g|g^. 
Bad khat Q99Q — Clumsy handwriting. 

^^ 9ei — 9I9IQ 93I9S! <aqa — 

^T5RT Writing a \ery clumsy hand. 

QQ@a^- G9G9. 9. (ffl. 9^ «JSJiq)— e I TO aftgiq. 
BadkhiSl aq© Q6<?ai — 1. Bad intention, j \ 
**&to(fa aqQlOMj a^Q€ip^2. Bad charao 

ST^ura tet; bad conduct. « I ag©qj| — 3. Evil 

thoughts. 


*9>Q' &>JQi 


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-to 8a»— 69. w^— <■ i w^gi^' V®— l Edi ~ 

Bad khiali intentioced, J j ag©Qp-p2. Immoral; 
^fC^Tt^t ^<eU | gfl of Uad character. 

(ooSaaa — sjqh^q) (993«i9l— <j]) 
TOGGI— C9G9. 9 (€Pi. 9Q+C3I)— C I 99a€«— 
Bad-kho 1. Bad habit. 9 I 9Q^Q - 2 . Ba <* 
<1W»j|>t ^WWra (WG^lQ — TOi^q) nature. 

■--9Q €!&($) — G9. 9. (eri. 99+s. q^)— <5p^— 

Bad gandha(ndhi) ^F$fa> g^g Bad odour. 

69. 9d — 9p$5iq; Cl^a— Foul-smelling. 

-wqfl — G9. 9. (erf. 99+3. %?)— <. I ^qjfl; floqs— 
Bad-guna 1. Bad quality. ^ | g$ g^Q — 2. Evil 
*Frs*i nature, w | 219^61 — 3. Misunderstanding. 
g^pr (^Qqett, 99^fl« — 9^9199 9Ga<3tf) 

Bad chal(H) Bad behaviour or conduct 
^f&sR G9. 9tf— t I 3Q2lQQ«a 99^1— 1- Of bad 

4^i4ahfl conduct, j | ©^g©i^g— 2. Dissipated. 
(99©9<3I, 99q,Q — «9i%,Q) ^oWj 44MN1 

TOQQI9-G9G9. 9. (ffL 99 v 99IS1) — * I 2lS^$!<3l — 
Bad jaban 1. Filthy or foul language; obscene 
?? Wtftfi language. } \ eiigqQ — 2. fiebukejabuse 
<44>sHI*0 in obscene language; calling evil names. 
TO ©91© "j G9G9. M— 'aSqiQiq — 

QQ ©5IIQ I Speaking obscene or uncivil 

language. 


TO Q9I© "j 

to 9siiq I ^ n 

CIO Q01£WM* J 


9^ ©91©«B 


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TO©I© — G9G9. 93. (ffl.TO + a. ©I©) — « I 9«|©;C!Q. 
- Bad-jat ^ — 1. Wicked, j \ <%q — 2, Low; mean. 

<l^te <K*Ud (Q9&I9— 9) * I ^,©1©— 3. Of 

low birth. 

9Qga G9G9. 9. (at 99-*- a. sp)— «oaia— 

Bad-d ua ^gSIT Curse, 

90 Q©Q— G9G9' 9. <€Tl> — ^ \ Q<$® — 1. Envy;malice. 

Had-ftajar j | ©Q9 <j«^ — 2. Malevolent glancej 
C^tfe 5 ^ 44H4K ■ malignant look. 

QQOQQ — G9.'"^6i. 1° — GflOqSJ— Envious; maiig- 
Bad najari tfc|l?H*rtiW nant; malicious, 

vfotT (999©^ — «9«»4 Q » 9w6^a-^| 

OGOflfl^J— G9G9.9. (£fl) — fl9§j€iij qjq r 6h— Bad luck; 
• Bad-nasib 4W4h ^TOtq 1 misfortnne. 

^Mfa q^ttffcl G9G9. 9tfU— 99q€H — 

* Unfortunate. 


900I — C9. . 9, — (§fll%3^% ST. 9^'«l>-9fiM)— =■ 
Bad-na gqft9|94 9h9$0 QQi 91 90 qg 019019 — 
^Rl ^Rf A water-jug with a sprout used by 

Mahomroedans. 

Qftcew 4 ^cacoefl s§iss *> s^£$ tow 

909ifl(3) -G9.9.(ert.9Wiql-2ia^)— M$9ifl } aas«j_. 

Bad-nam (mi) ©QI9I9; «99I9— 1- Blame; dis- 
<3^ | ^ ^^dl*ft credit; infamy; defamation; noto- 

W<3( 1 I 3™ ^^ ^ ' QQqr " 2 ' StaiD * 

99Q^ l^ 1 "**^ € 9, 9«— (ffl TO9IA) 90©5 
(G999W— 93*39) 9»§9— Traduced; vilified; 

^Rlf\ s^smr infamous; aefamed. 

QQ9IA 9€)9I — €9, S — * I G©fel§9^% ©Q! QQ9I— 

Badnam kariba 1, To vilify or traduce a person. 

W l ^H><1 i " J I 30919 €991—2. To defame. 

*K«Uifl4i<«U * I €9fera 9H^q 9QIQQ1 9Q9I— 

3. To bring discredit on a person. 

TO9I8 9IQ9I— €9. §—©©9 91 OT9l99fl €991—- 
Badnam paiba To be traduced-, to be charac- 
QG-Q|?1G99I — aoi^p terised as a bad man, 

Qooifla— G9. 94. ar— (ai. 9wi^)— e i ©©iq® ; 

Badn-amia ©QO— 1- Blamed. 5 | ©QIGS3IC1S— 
^Rt^l d^HWl 2. Blameworthy. • | G3 9Q1 
(9991^1— aWH%a) Qfcttl 9GQ— 3. Yilifyingj bias- 
(TOWfl— %1) pbemous. v ( 6 aQ 9ia*tGQ 991 
ai«9l%G99— 4. (an act) Bringing dis-^ 

credit <yn the doer. 

00©qO (Q) — G9G9. W- (EN 99fflq9j— ?. I G9Qfll9 v5 

Bad-ni*at(ti) 90191©;- Btf9«MSl1— x - Perfidious; 

<it£ras5 faithless. ^| ^9<3— 2, XJagrateful, «M g^Q 

d<ift*M aa91<3! — 3, Doing disservice to one's 

master; false to one's salt. 
*iff=W§l G9G9. 9 (€T1.99^S1) 1 I G9QM; 9CII9IW; 
^fTO=it a«9tiL|<j|a<l " 1- Perfidy; faithlessness. 
7,1 ^©Q©|— 2. Ingratitude. 

QQa-IQga— giGQ. <G9§iaWM— 393^99 (9i§p — 
liad-phaisia Evil-natured; bad. 

Q9$(69l)— g9G9, 9 (di- 99 9)— 9«?q9 i <$4*$— ' 
- Bad-bu(bo) ^ff^-^flW ^^ t?ou ' t flmel l- 

(OQG91Q - a»^a) G9G9.: .M-(ai 999^919)^^9 
^flWftl ^^fr qg; a9Q99^— Bad-amelling; 
I (<agG9l— 99*319) • . • fefcid - 


99§QIQ 


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©Q$(G6>l)QI§-69G9- 9d. (31. Q<^991§) — 90* q^-- 
Bad-bu(bo)dar ^ffjffa *K4$Ti" Evil-smelling. 

©Q69IQ GQQI— G9. $.— <. I (Wfciwg) ei^lQQ*— 
Bad«boi kariba 1. To emit a bad smell. } | 9|Q- 
OTforWl sj^fSK^sff 9>#9>Q9I— 2. To pass wind 
(99691 G99I — aQ*l^9) through the anus. 

©QflGrG>--G9. 9-(ETI.9Q + S. dGpS))-^ I aqGfQj 213^ 

Bad-mangala Qfctfl— 1. Dissaster; the befalling 

^Wf' W^«r of evil. ^ I aflfifft^og ftSd; 

fl$9 — 2» Evil omen. 

69. 93 — aflGp&999 — Ominous- porten- 

tious. 

69i 9<% 4°"" wow; Ga§)GcaTO q$£ q giq 
*iw*i 3Tnif5r 69fei3 swgq a<g$ 9f afloro 

999QQ1 7 -1 ^6$ — One whose presence por- 


999aGffl§ 


} 


tends disaster; inauspicious. 
-1. Much 


©Qfl^— 6969. 9SI. fetl) — * I ®€IIG9 OQ' 

Bad-mast ^5f^ <4^4i^d intoxicated. 

(99asp — 9) 5 I 91601$% Qjfe 2. Maddend with 

amor; lecherous. 

9Qfl|9 — 6^69, M. fal. 99319; 99 n =W+CW== 

Bad-mas snWl)— 1 1 WHlsan QSI^jGQ flB9QI OTWI^ 

^Rfdffl , ^f5Tl^l ?W^TW 1. Pursuing an immoral 

q^TTTCf , 3*1^ , mm*n or infamous profession. 

993IQS \ * I ^3 ^% GSGQQI; ©Ml—. 

99«IQ.9 3 Wicked; infamous; wanton, 

99ai<m > a^iaa 

OMl4 * ' OQMOi 9^©ap— - 

9^|§SI / 3. Immoral 

G9G9. 9.— TO 91 $$ 9i^— Wicked man 3 a 
man of evil character; a bad character. 

oofliS-^w ©• (at w s fli«fl)— = ^ 1 q$\% «©©ial- 

Bad-roSsi 1. Wickedness^ wantonness, 

TOt^*ft, ^fHt^t J I oeWKUGQJ— 2. Immorality. 

^URft * I qClsfn— 3. Evil act. * [ qa-$i — . 

993IQ9 7 BO oa 4. Adultery. * | q©^6«I9I— 
993143 j * 5. Coarse sensuality $> | Q|qQ©[ 

6. Lechery^ 

6*$69« 9 <$ 9d.— -993IS (693) — Bad-mas (Sea) 

$oa©iG v (s )— 6969. 9. en. oq9©wh)— Qfl S9Q> 

Bad-mijaj (s) 60139 3S|9 — Fiery temper; irri- 
^f Cl^lW x q^jtaraft table turn of mind. 

_ 998«« j ^ Bad-mijaji i (See) 


Q<MQ!©(3)— G9G9. 9<H .— (efl. 9999IG ) ^ I 6$*a|* 
Bad-mijSji(si) G$iag§19q_g — 1. Of fiery temper. 

^OTrtft -> I GQ 90/0 qciaWi ©9«; 9®93H$- 

^ftRTRf 2. Irritable; sui ly. 

99^w©{9) £ aw G9a© q.a 

9Q9ff I© (§)«-' 
9Qq£— G9. ^ (at qq |-gr, q^i) ^ 1 aq^q^fl qja — 

Bad-muhaS ^R^ l t Evil tongue, 

^gt ? I ^9^1 Q^— Evil speech. 

9QJl#i — €9. M, ff— (OT. 99 + ?. qfll) t I M%q<s(l — 
Bad-muhan 1. Wsing obscene wordg; evil-tongued v 
^5^ -f I qa1 3 G4?ia9qq9— 2, Irritable; euriy. 
itf^flrm^ * I J3I9IQ 91QfGQ eafl Ql|— 3 Having 
9Qqjjf — %1 no control over one's tongue. 

v I Gd^ GQQ Q9WCQ ®$& m%\ QQ ©§ ^5Q — 

4." Pessimistic. 
99Qfif- 6969. 9. (ETI)— « I ©ISGfllOQ GJO 1 GWSQ 
Bad-ranga g«« «IQq 6991 0J»^ G3Q qcTQ ©19 
3«HK 9^|i3IQ2J|<l Q191S9I ^iQM^SfQ ©19—1. (Game 1 
«|^I.M of cards) Any card other than the trump 
card. 3 I 2iq£?Q 3CT-2, Bad colour, 
G9G9. 9^1. — ^ I SiSL^Q QGP^g— Bad colour- 
ed. 5 1 jai^iQ scr eiqa G9IQ eiK — 
2. Discoloured. * [ iai<5iq qcj> ^ a §) g|Q. 

2II< — 3. Faded, 

9QQG11 — G9G9. 9<31. (ffl.) 9^+?. qa)— G<3 shaiq, 

Bad^ragi gaiGQ 901© Q|Q S3N- Qgqqp, GQIQff- 

*m$l g^9™ Of fiery temper; of irritable temper; 

^(Hsii-af easily irritable. 

99Q$I— 6969. 9- <GTl- 99-i-q9)— <. I qflld"— 

Bad-raha ^?^W ^[tl? 1. Bad road^ 

^ I (S*g«ld) qQ ^3Q^ — 2. Bad conduct. 

9*1 (eri.99^9) V I^JIldsilSil-l. Taking to evil ways. 

3 I %f; Gia— 2. Wicked, 

©<^9lfl— G?69. 9*1, (erlj— G£l^ 6GI9Q ^GQ 9IQ 
Bad-lagama ^©i q gjIO; araoq^l — Oi unbridled 
^f^lt^r ^crf4||« tongue. 

QQgQ© ($)-- G9G9 9^1. (ffl. 99qao)— aq£Q 5 ^p 
Bad-surat (ti) ^r^s m&Kt$ Ugly to look at. 
9. — a^pQ ^9 — Ugly look or appearance. 

Q*tJJ|Q— 6969- 90- (ffl)— 6£3§ 919^- S3%Q f9 9«9 ■ 
Badsurf g|Q8ll<5-dJ)9^4QQg ( ?(9i (5.^)- 
^^Rlt ^?^Cr Out of tune (musical instrument). . 


*jjKW 






Bad-bajama(mi) afiR^ GtlQi W^S aaQaiQ — 
W $w(ft) ^ £3rflr, 3ITO Indigestion. 

, g©gq. §«— t 1 Gag) etiQigiq 8«n£ §4— 

1. Indigestible (food). 9 I aQi^STO (GQCl)- 
2 (a disease) Due to indigestion. 

OT@S>ig-- GQG9. W» (SI) — *> I G9G9I9; SOQ^IQg©; 
Ead-babas SIGSJ©!- — l - Unconscious^ senseless. 
^? S3ta y I 9*il$Pi W»5 £^a— -2. Perturbed; 
q^^TCT very anxious. • I $°Q^9«i$W— 

■i '6. Bewildered, * | 3® Q% 3!$— 4. Over- 

tired; fed up. 

©<sM&. Q«a. (99 ai^==089i+Q$. a)-^sgii$ €9 

Bada (9QI— tfi) «G<3>— Speaking (a suffix). 

[ g— aai— S^°qq— Ga &% 9211 sg<?— 

Speaking pleasant or endearing words. 
qgoQQ — <<£ ena^^Q 93 91 aal©' wife* Ga 
QGQ> «8Q|a1C'— Obedient^ subservient. ] 

Badati , 9©Q 88QIQ; q.q£llQGQ W?©)— 

(G3) Q$SSJ— (he or she) Speaks. 

VQ© QS/ < 90*1 ^ AW Wl I 

.Badana GQGQ Ml "OTS))— * I *KM»3 «|<H~1- F»<*. 
, I aif — 2. Mouth, " I ( +^9. si© ) eg9j. 

Qei© — 3. Speaking. 

Badana indu Q£> SQCf $ftQ| GSW $[<a 5 qsiO^ 
q$Q q$— A beautiful face (like the moon). 

[S"~9? *owi*.<? rowi ap seer ©g asaiqs 

©q© so— «. 9. ( % a «j w©+a9 )—a^ aa QSteta 
Badana padma q$ — A face as' beautiful as the 
99© ©9Q i lotus, 

©w SGQ©? — Wi^ [ 9— q?M09 3©sl©^ a© 

WIWJ 9Ga 0*^IO9 Si©<* m S9I3G3 

<i§aQ to<ii©<» a$ aaq ©tQ <$< l ] 

v Bada»a mandala , G&UOl^ 60 d <Q 9^01^. 8Q* 
. * ■; s.tel ■ ©§ > Q&$ «$«tt--fl*Q asp©— The whole 




surface of one's face; the facial expression * r 
the full outline of one's faoe 

Badana madhu 

Saliva or leavings from the mouth of a 

person* 

(woqai, 99©iq®, 99©iq9— TOiqp) 

f2-^fli©^*5.w6eg89eg9«ww«ia^ 

flaQ qgq GQiQ <3§ Qaoi gooQ 1 ] 

Badatil el ©QQ^I — !• ( a suffix used in a 
^R1 S ^f^t compound Word, meaning) Faced; 
^*f having a face. 

J I ^1 GQ ^9 919 — 2 4 A name o£ females. 
©Q^1— «• Q. (QQ-ai^+sflaSil)— Mij Qloi (§.€!)— 
Badanti Speech. 

QQQ— G9G0. 9. (ft) (69a! CT^G»S X ?»qsiQ §ogicn 
Badar Qrf^or ?iq < G^CIGQ QH^^a wiol© ap> 

?W^ fll. 9Q§ = § i ai93p; Q«.9Q^ = QQg 

9W €9Gfil egtfi^GW 9I9W S>*SG^ 33G^ 

Ga^ aqq^ »Qfli 9I<jq ^qgi<i — 

Preliminary summary dispute regarding 
a piece oE land between 2 rival claimants 
before a Settlement Officer. 

Badara €12 Q$\ G9GSi TO! SQ Q69, «efl© v «IGQ 
0!§)— ^ I ^QG^I© (OT3) — IJBarakolr 
(See) ^ | pal 9Q^li Q9I era— 2. The 
berry like pod of cofcton; the closed pod of 

cotton.. 

gq. mwmj Gas ^Gas— 

C^t^Ft 5 !!^ Olase Scandens tree (Haines). . 

«a 9Q'6 S9Sia a^99^ 6 ©^ .-.aqeQ G^ai 

ai< i < £ra%«i^fij 4 GQI9Q a§ aid ^<3 1 J 

QQqflQQ— 7. 9— ai3 aa'isi (§. «) (©w) 

BadarSmalaka Pani a-a5|a (See) 

q$q(q)— sr. V(*. w,ai^-aQ ^i+?iq+q(«)]- 
Badari(rl) ^ Wgj (G0«)^— Badara (See) 


*99Q9I 


( *? w ) 


99© 


•99991— 3. 9. (99 v ill^— gQ 9g9l+9$. aQ + 9 
Badarika -fa) ^-999 <G9«0 — Badara (See) 
3. 9— 9Q$9l£fl (69<a) 

Badarikasrama (See) 

Badarikasrama QG^ag 9091991 9<3IQ 9?fl <31Q- 

(g>9§ Glto—affi^a) 9^1 a§9 qq^ sis — 

The name of a place of Hindu pilgrimage 

on the Himalayas, formerly a famous 

place of hermitage, 

[ 5—^1 9CS* QCIIK ©ag««IG9£> %<% I <@OIGQ 
q®3IGG> q^lff 39*9 9%3(G9 J «9J 9HiaG99qr 
n^QgQ G91Q 9Gsl© I <9lS" ^QOQ gaiQ sia 
<?9,9I 6 «9I QQ©S9^ v G€llf 8©ai9 SMQ 
G«IM I <3019 G99&I 99,9181 1 <9l 9$f 9^GQ 9 
313 99ETG9 «0QO 6 aafli $4 I 9^9 SI© G«3 
099 9*S §SIQ£JCi Qqgflr* GiTO step qogq qQi 
GGIS4 9Q£ (99GQ1Q) 33% <lG9fl9 919993 G91Q- 
3Q I WIQQ9GQ Gfteiiafi G3 <§OIGQ ACM 909 
q$ 6 aim SLQf aiq ?i<3 6 <I9IQ 9I&. 191 31Q, 
G99©MG» <igOIGQ 9ekm ©a 9g^ 9IQ31G9 I 
«fli99, 9<?% ff^9iqsj« 6 q>G99 aaflio «g 
gi&i a«$G« I Qsioiqitjsi «sfo <j§oigq oem 9Q 
^Gft i aig93G9 WlflSlQ ©i^SQ <QOI^a!Q?(GQ i 
eSiwiWfQ^o^^iSQ <9i sag HQIQ 9g^ 
qg€GQG9«i as— 8. « ] 
^qqM) 9iQq«—G9. 9— 99,91^9 a^ioi G99 — 

Badari(n) narayana The presidiDg Deity at 
<fft^t3«l *# «ll<J*Wl Badrinargyana. 

(99,91a, Q^oiqqsi— aenqq) [q— <9i 9^ <jgj 

act l ] 

SIffGff OQ aaifit^fl I 90QIZJ, Q3VO I 

99©— G9G9. 9. (a. 9Q£}) — ^ 1 a§9^9; 

Badala ^W*l 3^5T It Change; subatitution. 

3 I 999^ G9ft GETS— 2. Exchange. * I a«h- 
9©9£[— 3. Barter, v j <p QQISQ 9©9£|GQ 
S9Q 91 afflQ «*i 9913— 4. A substitute. 
* I gQGSia— 5 Tit for tat £ I 39919 — 
6. A return. 9 | QQfl 9&^HQ 91 $9<iQ 
3I9G9 asq 989Q a9t!9— 7- The 
situation or putting, of one officer or 
servant in the place of another. 


G9 ©. * I («— 9l9^=«Gfl3 3 mf ff. qqo^^qq)-- 
•ftrt® ^511^ <19I9$GS aTO^hWtf G99GQ fi?»9^ 
G99I a9QI — 1. Overflowing condition of 
the fields owing to very heavy rain. 

> I S»a3Q£j, MQI9Q— 2. Delude due to 

incessant rain. 

9QQ ©€J9I— G9. S— 9©^S 999, i €9f* 8 ^§ 
Badaia karibft QQ9Q GQ a©«( 9g^ GQ9I 91 
^WI ^d GG»9I — To barter; to exchange a thing 
q^5T 5B?ar tor another. 

9Q© CQ3i — G9. S — «9i ^g ^91 qiQ* aia^ll S5©tS 
Badaia deba C©fdl9 9g$ €^9! — To give a thing 
^m VfGX\ m^i\ in exchange. 

9Q» 60QI— G*9. S— aaal ©9-gQ GQlgl9 9g^ asw^ 
Badala neba G<?Q a^^Q 9g% 3IG3 G©9I— To 
^W»TS5f ^«T ^fT take a thing in exchange. 

990 9^91— G9. 9-<l9l9WG9 V§S?a ^^G9I^ G9?^9 

Badala paidiba a^» 90 oj G9IQ QQBIQh 9gl^ 

*t^5 ^5t ©Ql€1^9€l G9SII99I — The country being 

~^teffra' ^fn overflooded and turned into a vast 
sheet of water on account of incessant heavy rain. 

99QCQ — G9. a — V t a^QQ a§9G<$— 1. Instead of. 

Badalare } | aq99 QI9GQ — 2, In the place of; 

5WOT in lien of. «> | aq9 39iQ S©3$jGQ— 

M^il 3. In exchange of. 

9901— G9G9. 9— (ai, 99fllQi — 99Q 9Q9I §J^I — 

Badala Act of changing or exchanging. 

Wfo' 69. ^^1 — 99Q 9qaiQq9l— 

^^rr Changed; exchanged. 

9Q«KG»)Q91— G9. S— (99091 8^IQ ^99^9 — 
Badala(le)iba Causative of Badaliba)-^ | Qgjgq 
^f»n^ 9Q9I — 1- To barter, s \ q^j.| ©pg WQ 
^5fRT^ ^cd^M l 9fl 9M afil9l — 2. To get an 
old thing exchanged for a new one 

99fil90©—C9. 9 — ( a. 99&J— V I aco^ft^ 

Badala badali HQ9^ r 93 a9» 99» — 1. Exchange. 

WI1 ^W^l ^ I 99S9 3190^9^9 — 2. Change of 

<1<VS" ^^ISi; i^csilqcn places, 

*n j atfiWslQQ 96)5!^ — 3. Barter. 

99® -G9G9- 9— (a. 99QQ)— ^ I QQ9Q9 — 

Badali 1. Chang > I 9@g£j — 2. Exchange;barter, 

^t • < 3191^9 99^1— 3. Transfer. 

q^«ft v j <g giflq^ q^Q 0Q9^ r GQ «9«i SIQGQ 

GJ9QG9 Siq.^ — *■ Transfer of service from 

one place to another. * I g98$-^ 5 . Deputy; 
representative; locum tenens. 


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( *#•* ) 


99ia» 


G q G q. q^,— v I QIQI^Q©— 1. Transferred 
from one place to another, 9 I QSi9^9 — 
2. Changed, • | ||Q9%-3. Bartered; given 
or taken in exchange. 

*9O&£0 -6969.9 (s«,99£|G) — « I 9Q ©61 OflKfftHGQ 
RadnliS GQ flQQGfGQ 99 9Q9 91 9WI 9ISQ 
m*t{ ?>6)^q qjQ — 1. A system current amongst 
SJUlfoir, tfhr poor cultivators of exchanging one 

man's bullocks and plough for another'slabour 
and vice versa. J | qQQ §? 6991 SSSJ QIQ 63 

63§ 3Qh ^GQ^L SI ^69 «II<J— 2. A 
temporary substitute given by a servant; 

locum tenens. 
H$l *&t m I 9©&S— *- Deputy; representative. 

*-GQfi 9Q9I — 69. £— * I G9fel§ 9&^ SMQQ^ 

B^dali kariba fl9l^ 20G99 6991 — I- To paBS 

^pfrv?) order for transfer of a person in 

g^fsT TOIT service, s \ 9Q9^ r 9 QQ9I— 2. To 

change. « | a$h99i!99 9©3£J 9&91 — 

3. To exchange; to barter. 

* 996)9!— 69» S— (ffl. 99ft9l)— V I a$9§)9 6991 — 

Badaliba 1, To change; to be changed. $ I §$ 

W*.1 ?(9I Sj««% EIIOT9I— 2. To change clothesj 

q^qMC to put ofE an old and put on a new 

cloth instead. «■ |*BI9s2il 6991—3 To turn 

otherwise. 

9Q& §^3— 6969- 9-(€TI. QQQQ+^qfl)— ©dq^KQ 
Badali hukuma QI&giQ 8Q9$*flQ SH69SI — 
^f^t ^J 5 ! Order for transfer of service. 

99$— 6969. a-(QQQ«l)— (ffl- QOJ«-9l«9iq ) — 
Badasta 9g 99g> 916© 916Q> 939 — Hand to 
3TO 4i*d hand; in cash, 

[ Q-99IQ 6 QftQ SD96^ 9i9$9 5 301- ^Gq 

qgflcj_«BC«i ^iqr-o ©9 qsgj qq shqqq 9g99g 

-Q9£Q — 6969.21. (tfl)(9€»eta)-« 893169) <g©069- 
Badastur According to the prevailing custom 
*TO 3 «Wdt or practice. 

6~- w* 

S>QIQ— 69. 9. — l I 9HIQ (69<a)~l Badhai (see), 

Badai. J I a«l ; ftaiqiflgl — Rasadj provisions; 

victuals presented to a guest. 


90I(SQ)Q9I — 69. «.— (Q9*») — e I (9S9* §q»Q 

Bad a (de) iba. ^©^Q-^Causative of. Badiba ) 

|— 8- 99191, QQQIQOI — <J«QQI} 99K59I 

— To cause to speak or call, J 1 q$% 

39h^ 891 Q 96191 — 2. To call upon a 
person to fight; to challenge. 

99IQ- 69. 9.— 1 I <a^9 CTftQ— 1. The blade of a 
Badau weapon, cqiq qgq g*«s <aoou-«— 

> \ «l^96€J<3 — 2. A kind of weapon. 

qtaMiUI * I qfi» 9Q9I QkS 9^9% «9I«>— 3 - A oal1 
to the adversary for a fight; challenge. 
991©— 6969. 9. ( a. 9i95JI-=99— GS3l66l$§) 
Badard* * I Qflh*— 1 Jungle; forest, > \ M-q9|- 
<T|sft\5 gT3[T^ — 2, Wild trees and bushses grow- 
ing in an intermingled manner. 
Q9f©— 69. 9. — 9919 (69«a)— Badarda (see). 
Badardi €9.W.— 9QI9« (69«l)— Badar^ia (See) 
SI69 (aiOQA). 9,-091; ill© <30)Q €191— 
A heap of paddy sheaves. 

9S^G9 «0S1 091 0019© TO — 09lfl S . 9«09WU 

99i©?a— 69. 9^1— aQ^iiflq— J^^y. 

Badardia ^TTtC^ J^l^H 
90|(9)»H— ff. 9«. g?— (9Qy|^=9g9H-9^. a9n> 
Bada(da)nya 63 CWQ qqifldl 96Q)— ^ I flaQq*- 
[99»(Q)94I— S3] 1- csweet-speaking. 5 I 9l9€i1ft; 
2. Liberal; charitable; generous; munifi- 
cent * I ©91Q — 3. Liberal-minded. 
9919*91 — 3. 9— (991QH +^9. 9|)— 1 I 9l9SlQ0l — 
Badanyata 1- G-enerosity; liberality. 9 t Q9IQ9I- 
2. Liberal-mindedness; broadness of view. 
99199(9)6991—69.^. (giolO g6£|l«l) -0999 ^ ! ^L@ 
Badabadi{]i)heba 6991 — To speak mutually; to 
*%&$ ^m converse. 

9Q19& aigacQ «^ €9$ caq $9$t Q& 1 

9QI99I— SI69. .fts«TO) * ~ (flW 69991^69191289) 

Badajiba 9^991 — To D9 vowed to be given; 

(a victim) to be offered to a Goddess. 

9Q1Q91— flIGQ. (Q^qa) ^ — («3ig,aiQ 91 QIO 39) Q9I 
BidSriba 9Q9I — To heap up (straw etc). 

9016)80—69. 9—999 (693) 
Badalia Badara (See) 


95r/ 


***$ y 


Qtf^G^GP. S. (Ms 90$ )^* I *^©Wi ; ;4!!S*^' ;; 

; ,Badi 1. Defamation; bad reputation, 'rii'«5jqp— 

; ^jft; && Responsibility „ v i »Q9ic^ 3. Injury. 

{ f# ;■ (©G9Q--G9a© %9) v I "flOfcr— "4. Badness. 

!-. ' { o— «3 gs?#i, -GQ©* fltf."9i$§Q- C$l& GG>$ 

" $9 *©(— qjMfl i'^ifljaMIQ & 9& QftflQ 

CTQQ Oiq^ 2I3GQ) 9^9 $4 I ] ".. .^, lf}rf 

($»— wa«) * i (fliQfi^or q«i$ 9. sr. toqi©)— 

(j|gsg — 3. The dark fortnight of a month. 

90QI— CT. 3.-(W> fa. 9© «SL) .: ;(fll©1» SG^ia) — 
Badiba ^Tl S^TT 9g9l— To speak. 

" §&9. fiWWS) 5 — OOlQQIj- G99$lfi^ G9IQI 

<?!I9§Q .9091$ SH©9»-— To vow to offer 

■:,:;'.";-.■■? < . victims to a G-oddess. 

QS^flCft («HWff) 9— <^Q9$9 Q^QIO $9€Q «IQP 
• Badu 9Q| £Q<3ll ©$) — Figures carved above the 

door-frame. 

«$fcfiH-€9. 9. (*- 9Q9)—9QQ (GQfll) ' 

Baduruli Badara (See) 

99-r-S. 96h (9* a($*=9l$9l + 9& "©)— 1 I 9G 9q- 

Baddha gjQ . g|Q| — 1. Shut; closed;- $ \ q$q 

(qg— Wl©)' S?qaiQ J 3191—2. Bound, "* 1 g^© 5 

991 €9IQ?1^1- — 3 - Tied, i Bering together. 

v I a^.^^^itelti--■4'• ,p C6nEtpainea5■ 

. regulated.* ; i«Qi CliciQJ^V — 5. Restrained. 

with-held. ^ |q9© ; 6)^1Q©— 6, Checked; 

suppressed. 9 | «Q«5'a*TO — 7. Joined 

1 . together; assembled. r | q$<s> — L 8. 

Arranged. << \ ®Q<§® — 9., Confined, ** | 

SI91Q €91© GjS G9IQ2IK— lft - Stagnant. 

tv I Q$!9©j Gj^q — 11. Produced., e^ I 

. ^g£ — 12, Directed, *«n | a©H gsfifesai©© 

13. Linked to another, ttf | ©^|Q©j 

$>cT% (§.~3.) — 1. Fixed; settled, 

4Q.9 — e I 219%<5> QG)6§ 9091 QOWQ I® §Q — 

^ 1, A. tbiok layer of weeds spreading over 

stagnant water, j \ G99GQ Gft\$ G9IQ 9§- 

39I SIQOI— '2. A thick layer of dirt 

accumulating on the body. 

QQQ-*; *.'(9$+©)— wqa* Wife. S.)- 

Baddhaka Prisoner. 

99 69H— *.' $• <^?S18*.' ,^+GGI^)-- £19* 99© 

Baddha koBhtha C9Q3' WMJKjrt' © : "'CWI.«jO— 
* *' ' Habitual constipation. 


ds-'qwioo*-* 9—^95913 G9i^9$ Gqsi — 

. Baddhajgiidqdara A kind of constipation. 

i^9G^iQs^«9^a) ; [Qi-<$G9a© & q\& aa«»3 

^<?q°S ffftQM ^ 9§9^lGQ *R *«» S1I9 1 9-3 *' 
a^GQ SQj flit, 9!Q 289 SteCR < Gqei §<J 1 

" '*^'«9^tf £63990 6 qqpw «I9h «iiqcq <i cqei' 
§<l I eqsflQ 9^wq ^a«i ao9«> qd® §<i— §.«. ] 

^^9Q— 3T. 9^. (9§5lg)— €9^ ©ffl)!€!^Q did aff*lp 
Baddhajaja jq|Q O 0|Q SI^Q QgeiM — Having 

stagnant water,. 
Q$ §f— ff.,M. (9§3lg; Q^ e^lQ^S 9 1 ! QI5I3)— 
Baddha "diushti ff*ig <}_§. SQQSh — Staring; 

with a fixed gaze, 

..,;,.-«.«. .(Q^ai) — <©aiO€Q W9 ©ffW 9%— - 

Fixed gaze^ stare, 

Baddhaparikara Qf9$ dl9IQ) — ^ I SI9IQ ^l^ilGQ 
. ■ ©19^ QQI e^lQ^g; ^Ql^Q «l9« t — 

1* Having one's belt tied to the waiste; 
girdled. 5 1 (fifcgflia) 9©3Q^ $©£>f^— 
2. (figurative) Resolved; determined to 
do a work; * | G9kl3 Ql^ 9Q9I 6>?!GS} 
.§§0— 3 i Prepared to undertake a certain 

work,^ 
09 3IOO(OI) — GQ. 9€I. 4°. (9STQI^ «g^O) — 
Baddha pagalaQa) ( \ §§>( 91^1. ag^gQ Qiqi — 

^W*IM*[. 1. Stark mad. ^ j ^q^ ©G^i^l 

(^Gri$oV *!FI5r$ U,*^*< -4N^I 2 eJ Utterly fooli3h, 

q<§ qiciq(q)— ags^a 1 9^ araal(«i)— «| 
o«4«— ^. M- (9§5lg3 9^ + g€i)-jai9iQ 59 W' 

Baddhamukha €9IQai<l — Having the mouth 

closed or shut, . 

Baddhamusbti <5»|oq, gpi QQdfi— 1. Having 
closed up one's fist, j \ fa$Q\a) ^a^> 
9^^3—2. (figurative) Miserly; close-fis- 
ted; niggardly. <n 1 (Qsaaia) 9Q9Q@. 
^€S>^— 3, (figurative) Resolved; deter- 
mined. 
; QQfl»— e. <M. (955lg)""«. I 9©9Q ; 9I9IQ gp'^gcQ 
Baddha mala <4QQ.sa G9IQ fll^ ai<l ©3 g^SCO 
I 9V9 ^l§— V P ee P T,Ppted; firmly rooted 

j :l tV-ismfi) «J9-^2.( figurative ) Firmly 

fixed 


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W^ffl— •*. W. q*. <9§9l§j 9<g> 69IQ8S S<ai S1I9IQ)- 
Baddha sikha c<g sjjjq 693^ 91$ 21© — Having 
(9$ §31 — %1) one's hair of the head tied to- 
gether. 

<r. 9. q°— ^ i S4- 1 - Child . -> i gs^ 319a 

§€1 9S , 9 9Q2i£ — 2. A Brahmana who 
has tied his hair into a knot. 

Q$l&£)— <J. 9. ( 9$9l@j 9Q + 8S0 )— <5«I«»> 91© 

Baddh&njaii qq\$ qq\ — With folded hands; 

with hands joined together in supplication. 

<S, S>— <Q9 69IQI 69IQ 991 9Q®» g^~ 

Folded hands, 

o^l^aq— s. w- (9$§1§ ; 9<9 + «§s$— SRflQtj 
Baddhanusaya $qq§#-— Determined; resolved. 

Badya Fit to be spoken. 

*fif, W 91. 9. ( 3. G99«i ) — 1 I €9Qi (C9«) 
q^ 1. Bai&ya (See) 

> I $§ as — 2. Dark fortnight. ■ 

QQM»ia— gi. 9. (s. e§QiG»ia)— c^oiai (G9«) 

Badyanatha Bajdyanatha ( See ) 

9©9I— G9. 9- (^. 99Q9I) — 99€19IS5I (69fl) 
Badrika ^f*^t ^ff£3»T Badarikasrama (See) 

(99 QlSfl — 2l9«l&9) g * ft $$ £9i QQC«, VQ.9I 3? 9 9IQC« 

©waia, qctq i 

Q©QI2i - €■?■. 9 — Q9€W>iqq«l ( 69«i. ) 

Badrinatha ^ =rN <tiQ«1l*r Badarinarayana 

(Qi^©iqq«— '«»iq,9> (See) 

QU v (al$>— *— * I 8°*l 9Q9lj 9IQ Q9IQ9i— 1. To 

Badh (root) kill. 5 I 9QP 9§9I — 2. To bind. 

on I Q£|| Q&9I — 3. To hate; to detest. 

QUQQI — gi6Q. ($WfllQ)3— G9F«3 91£m 9Q91 flicf 

Badh-riba asw 9^^.96^ TOQ|—To forbid-, 

to prohibit a person from doing anything, 

Q4I-*. 9. ( W, 9°9I 9a ai^+q9. SI) — 

Badha <. | QQQ } Ola- 9M; S|Q<31— '1, Killing^ 
destruction; slaughter murder, 

^ i argcaata w— 2 - P lenfc y °* muscles. 

« I a q l0 — 3, A stroke; blow^ v | ggiQl©— 4. 
Paralysis. * | q$Q — 5. Multiplication, 
# I CK}€liOI; GQ3— 6, Disappearance, 
qq^ q — 90hI©S>© ae— 1. Sin due to slaugh- 




5 I €3fe © Q9I ©ft Q36Q 91991 999 QIS »99 
QQqQ_2, A thick layer of aquatic weeds 
<hjWl , offe spread on the surface of stagnant 
pools. * I 9§QIQ fi» QIGaiQQI 6 C99^L »■* 
9 9Q9I G91S^ G99 Q3GQ 0991 9»3 
QggQ — 3. A thick layer of dirt formed o ff 
the body of a person who has not bad a- 
clean bath for a long time. 
v i qq gQ — 4. Thick layer.. 

agio siaa ^91 «a 9iiy 9? \ aqflff^i ^QoaagiflS i- 
^)^® -e. 9. Q°. ( 9^ al$4- 9$. 39 )— 

Badhaka ^. I 9©*«I91% ^1^—1 .Murderer ; slayer. 

(9^191, 9^91—^1) > I fll«9fi«l ai»Q9iqi— 
2. An executioner^ a hangman (Apte). an | <© 
y9IQ QQ ©61 — 3. A kind of reed (Apte)» 
v i 9<Hia— 4. Hunter. 

OS- eve^^siefiiq 1 
9U 9Q9I— 69. 3— '€9f«3 §M1q WW 9Q9I— 
Badha kariba To kill; to slaughter, 

9^|Q^gq — vr. Q — gltil99l$l aeiaiQ9 — Executioners 
Badhakarmadhikarl hangman (Apte). 

9dQqi— e. 9. &°-( 9a+«i9 v a^+ Q( S- ^ g J ^ ai - 
Badhajibi ^q)— t| Q,|y. g^j^] — 1. Hunter. 

(9aflfl9«l— 93) * I 9°GS1Q — 2. Butcher. 

9^— e. *?— (9a x aiq.+ 9Q«i- a$>)— wpj a^,— 

Badhatra Weapon. 

9d Q§— s. 9-(%a9i 9&j+9§)-^ 1 aaqalQ qcj^ 

Badha danda ^©9^ 91^19^ — 1. Capital punish- 
ment. 9 l Qiq&Q 9fj — 2. Corporeal puniah- 

ment. 

9ci Qftia— 3"9. (^11 09;9a95+a«)^aaqa1%«iia 

Badha dandajna a©|Q9| ©flG^ q9«l£j stG9Sl> £fl3 
Q^q — Capital sentence; sentence of death 
by hanging or execution.- 

oaaq— «• w— (9a 8ISL+S* b«i«()— 9ai9; 9ai — 

Badhaniya Deserving to be killed 

9fcl ^fl "^. 9— (?l1 9o) — ^ I 9ai^3 G9^ gi96^ 
Badha bhumi «aq^ 90HI 9QQK — 1. A place 
9a90l) where persons condemned- to* 

9aQ*9j capital punishment are 

executed, 9 \ « G^Q«li9l— 2. Slaughter- 

house^ 


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€>*I6II©1— G9 (giolQ) 9*» — 99ISSI% 9©ilS>l<3}— 
Badhafcali SlayiDg. 

, . oblCQ oi waiel cysss cato £ ©, go 9909 ©Sacs* 1 

9u $3— ». s~(9a $a$ a<o— ma «Ai— 

Badha stambha Gallows (Apte). 

9a 6@qi-g9. 3— a©i 919915 9© gwi — 

Badha heba To be killed or murdered. 

?ir w*i to stsrr 

^fcll— G9. 9— (qr. W)-K I (G9fo§ Qi^Q) 9aQ ©9IO- 
Badha 1. Occasion of one's death; cause of one's 
™ ISFj 1* dea tk by being killed. 

Oaeii— a$9g e^fti« ea$ 8°9 seer ggiq 

G93IQKQ GS§ 3°9§ 91919 9S| G9Q I ) 
^44) lot 2* Time of death by being killed. 

(saeu— TOiq^cKQ 9Ka ?j9GQ G9Gs> GQ9Q 9a» 

Q913K3) 

• I WQQiOi «ll^8 — 3. Lifetime; period of 

one's life. 

(sieii— ggl9 9iQ^ 919 gqq ^ esii sea qs> 

QQ9l^ g§9 G9I I G©IQ S2fl§ 931 QQqQ f) 

[ 2— W w $iq 9*191$! qci <at9lQ 3091 
$<i 1] 

v I 9N9S?IQ GSGGQ 9l<a-S!l9q €j,£i9l flIQ 
GSQ-3iQ 931Q91 £1S§ S§)G99I GGIIf O Q^|— 
4. A room left for the movement of the 
tiger-pawn in a game of Baghabajari. 

* I TOIIQ fl$ 91 q$— 5. The crux of a 
matter, 9 \ ^ $$$• SfchGQ G9$Q9i OQIGGJ 
^91 gGW — €. Difference between the 
sayings of two persons in a transaction. 

[ Q— 9SQ9IQ «§<! qQlQ Q|fl Q|$M| 9§Q, 
9§ta9IG3 9@Q Q€ia«ll I 3©<19 O $$<; Q2IIGQ $Q 

MiQ r wr q§s 1 ] 

. 9IG9. («9»IO) 9— 9I« G«9IGQ 91QS G«19| 

»9% $%91Q9I aid GQ9fll9Qr9 $%\ Q%\ 

^J<| G9IQ 9Q9I — Stationing of troops of 

beaters in an elephant catching operation. 

<M<eU)Q— €Q. 9- (*■ 99l£j 91 9Q ai^j 2D. 99l)— 

Badha (dhe)i 697<Sl9 33919 eu§}9l 9i^9SII09| 

fawt^ 8l€£Ql€e 91 9919— Reward given to the 

^*TS; ISRIf bearer of good tidings- 

. . - . , qf C9iqcq est sa &a"Q$ 

C«|» C9SQ 98IQ €99 S* <H$* 9 I 313 9, SWQD 9J? I 


©M(e»)QOI— W. 3.- («. Qiai )■-! I 91^91 §£JIQ 
Badha(dhe)iba 3s^}%S — 1. Causative of badhiba. 
^rXt=l (QQI — GS 51G© ^IQ 9G^Q QQ 999 Qfil 

^*T 9@Q I) 

^IRT 5 I 9^91 -9 SJIQ 5©fi^a — 2 Causative of 

badhiba. 

9^IIGPQ— e. 9. (9a+3CT+9)— ^ I ©<g— I, Poison 
BadhSngaka ( Apte ). J \ SiqqiQ (g. 9.")— 

2, Prison, 

Qfcil 9@(§)§9I — €Q. 9— q^M9IO 91 9a$iq gQ9IQ 
Badha paha(hu)nohiba gflj^ ^3i©"G99l — The 
W^Ffa ^*fl^^ ^«51 approach or arrival of one's 
T& M^^l preordained time of death (by being 
[9ai 09(§)^ 991— aoiqp] killed). 

©ill QQOI— GQ. Q— «JJ G«^ 6991^ a^ QQQI— The 
BadhS paribS end of one's term of life. 

Wig ^?W ^lf (^a| 0Qfl9l— 819^,9) 

9dj^— ^t. 9tf. sl°. (^^1 o©i 9dQ a^eaisii)— 9aQ- 

Badharha ©aid^ 9a G99J9 €«M«li— Deserving 
(9al9l— d) to be killed, 

94il 9(69)^1 - GO. -9 —9a G99I ( G9«t ) 
BadhS ]i(he)ba Badha heba (See) 

0^— W. 9. (ff. 9<S"Sl)— V 1 {*. 9^>) q9CT QQGQ Q9I 
Badhi a|Q^9|Qq 9Q§— 1, Thongs of hide tied 

1?^t round the body of a drum, j \ Qy*] (^9.3) 

etfa 2, Badhi (See) <n | qq. ^ — 3. Heart, v 1 
^^ Sl^l— 4, Life, 

SIG9. (916CMQ) 9—99 GQIfliq, 3§GQ gi^ 9» 
fll§)aiQ 2IKI— A big tank overgrown with 

aquatic reeds, 

flIN. (91*19, qg) 9— SM^Q 3d 91 9Q— 

A tape or wick for lantern. 

O^jai— G9. 9«1. (ff. 9%|Q)— t I 9IQ— 1, Deaf. ^1 

Badhia (qiq) 9^ 39-2. Stunned (said of the 

*M 'ftw * ear), 

^S qa 9iq G91Q aaS 94a 1 aaftGfsi^s?. Qficeq«i 1 

11* . • I ( ?. 9^1 ) Old; fffljl-g^. ( «H9 jL. 

if^Pir 3 f Castrated (animal). 

fiJW. (QIGfiWQ) 9^1— 3©Qg 9<Sl Gsai< q^q^Q 
(fli?)— Damp owing to too much rainfall. 
(Ml— flit 9*1*1 G9G4* GSSiGQ 9«H% Qfi QQq- 
%GQ Qaw 91$ l) 


( *WM! ) 


<^a* 


I , SiGQ. (€1901©) 9— «|3 q$9i; •■ oa^ Qq<3»l9 

r $°§. Qty 9QSHQ £II<1— A castrated cock^ 

! H capon. 

*^%|9— €<>. W. (gi©l9 0<9h; *• 9^9) — QQIIQlq* 
Badhika ^Rpp 9a9!<3 -Murderous, 

«i^w as aw«, < €9Q a*Q *fij* i qo©« cgflanqo I 
9— V I gi« 9§9 9s^Q 90h»W 9H§— 1. 
Ha ngnian; public executioner. 5 IQIQ9 — 
2, Murderer; slayer. * | 9«j|a — 3. Hunter 

*'Q$j fclQQI— G9. S — ^ I 9$ 9@9I> fl 1^1 &IQS1 9S19I — 
B»dhi dhariba 1. To continue 1 to live. 9 | qq(&8 

#l^=W?Tl <35QI G93 91 $3 €1© ^Q Q@9| 91 S§91 — 
51^ g??TT 2. To bear a thing, 

(aai— m$\ «8 ?flQG9 <€© ©<39 aid? 9a 

Badbi phatijiba GQWI <a?9l — 1. The rending 
4>fii«rWfr l **&* <*OTT of one's heart 

(sawi— ssn qi9i«jl ©i©9Iq gq9 gai 9a erre 
ai§g 1) 
v^oi— w.-«. (a***) («. 9a ai§_)-9a 9W3 W 

Badhiba ^sfl ^R? 9§91— To kill; to slay. 


QD. 6 9IG9- 9. —9$ (G9<») — Badbi (Se?)| 

9U9I— s-9. <.— (9a+9+a)— 9a v-*(G9$J 


Badhuka 


Badha 1—5 (See) 


■Qf^-Q—S- -9*1. (9$ s ai§=*9Q PQQI + WCa QQ; 
Badbira .fllQlQ $Q$$fy 9Q S9IQaW)— ^ I 9I«; 

«?siq— 41) $9«ei§«Q— l Deaf * * 1 <Q£) 3^~~ 

(9^991— Q) 2. Stunned (said o£ the ear), 

Badbira BadMra See ) .» I 3g^Q ( 9^ ) — 
^W ^fe< T 2. Impossible (matter). 

€>y 99 — GQ. 9^GQQGQ Wi G99I — 

Badbi sahiba A thing being tolerated. 

• (Ml— <l 931 GQ§ Gfl| 9*1 3§Q 9I§ I) 

[g— Q*aQQi SqiQ q$i s§9i 9Gs$h «a»iQi 
q 9$ aQg, G3i 9*1 3§g I 1 

Badhl 9*M<% 9©SI9i<3] — Killing; slaying, 

(9$Qr— 3J ) < 9\Q <wfl sifl ccjlfc 

-«^ gQ. q_^ 1 qjjQ G9QGQ 9®I09I fl« — 

g^t 1. Strap for dog's neck. ^ | (q<\ 9<$ ©q) 

• ^ft 9^6Q GSIttttff «^Q aiSqQI U!ff3 €1«| — 2. The 

- ^tenSRsT P ar ^ °^ *" T iver where there is no current 

and the water is very deep m 


Odft— GQ. 9, {^. PfiJO)— Q|3? 9taiQ9ea«^ 

Badhuli Pentapetus PhosQicea (flowering plant). 

9^9, W«9g, " ^ <W!¥»«wia( 

fll!sNiap,WTO*Q,qsiQ9, [Q— <9I 9«I0IQGQ OG^;^ 
6^1 I SI. 9IQ©I a^ol GQ G>!Q 5 3fl9»98^ii 
GO. ^©QGO| , ^ 49IQ £T« 6 G3Q STCtiGQ QG€l | 

©l. oiaq. *" G9iSi <i TOQ ^^h wifl Aqqj I 

'SI. Sl^^aJQ < ffft flq G9» M* 6 G9» 

<5»a9Q« 6 «. fli^niQ 9 1] 

Qfe£—S. 9. »l (9^ ill^— 99Q ©Sl9l + «4. 91 94. R) 

Badha t l qgftj. ©ig — 1. Woman. ^ | qg^ 

Q<$i flj— 2. Wife, • I q<3l ; ^99^ G9I^- 

3. Daughter-in-law. * I $«9a> %Q^,1- 

4. A housewife # | cjWdflj QG9IQI %l- 

5. Newly married lady. $ \ qQI Q| a]@0' 
aig*_6. A kind of pot-herb; Trigonella 
Corniculata, 9 | «H|g| fto|-7. A plant3 
Ecbites Frutesoensa, r | ^1991^ WS) 
^ — 8. A medicinal root; Esclipias Pseu- 

dasarsa. t! ( a^l 9J «, «OI — 9. Zedoary. 

Curcuma Zerumbets_ 

Badhajana U Women. J \ ^| 9^—2. Female. 
* I SL9S1 %|— 3. Young wife. 
QUS €iq^>— «. 9 — 9IS>'£p; €1919— 

Badhtlta sayana Window, 

9*jtf— *. 9— [^1+WJCa. %1J— ^ I S9 9^3 i2fiG9l9 tf ; 
Badhatt CJEB G9l*^— 1. A small wife, a young 
(9at9l— aOHq,9) wife. I I gjp 9^2, Daughter- 
in-law. * I 99i'> 99^91§«I 9^— 

3. Bride. 
9UgQ— e. 9.— (?%1 9© v ; 9a+Qi9)— 9aQ gaq 
Badbatsaba QG9I9W flflSq a^5© Qfl9— 
A festival observed on the occasion of 
the 1st. appearance of menses oi a wife. 


Q3 3101 


( «•»• ) 


90 00* 


' Badha m5t|E go gaQ SlG^iao) G9I§ fli — A term 
^fe^t of endearment applied to one's daughter- 
in-law or younger brother's wife* 

QGUQ — 09. 9.— 981Q (G9«) 
' Badhei Badhai (See); 

G9. m. (?. 9G*i£j)— 9Gasj; v§9i— 

Proper to be done; performable. 

OGUlQf©— g°. 94. q?— ($>a| o©j 9a+s}9i© , > — 

Badhodyata eiQ^ 9a ©Q9I 93G$ $9*10— 
(9Cai9TOI — %\) Eeady or preparing to kill a 

person. 
^. ?.— WpQI^Ii qiQOj 90mI9I<3! 9^— 

An assassin; a murderer* 

QGWiaiq— *. 9, ( s><|1 oo* oa+Qatej )— 9*1 91 90^1 
Badhopaya 9Q9IQ gjoiq — Means of putting one 

to death # 

Ofcl— 3°. 9<n. q. (W a|^j+ofl. si)— ^ I9» ssim 
Badhya 9#l9 — l ( ' Deserving to be killed. 

y t aiw^Qo^ 9§ eiiGQa G9iQeii<i— 

2. Sentenced to death, 
91. 9.- fir. oa ; qa* q$ a^ss? q*h, q$ 
8Q6Q qS*l) 9^90^1 — Murder. 
69. 9$t — 90 — Killed; slain. 

OfcjaiG)— ff. 9. (9aM+aiffi ai%+9<SL a)— gieregn- 

Badhyapala g|g «raqa1si|G9 Ga|j 9iqql96Q *B9<$ 
Q9S1 OI9IQ Q9Q — The keeper of the Jail 
for criminals condemned to death, 

Q& qjn— *. 9—9*1 $8 ( GQGI ) 

Badhya bhumi Badha bhumi ( See ) 

qu— s. 9~9ai ai^ (g. a)— 

Badhra Lead. 

9feT— 9. 9— flldl 91 eo$| G9JQ3[9I W (ft. «)— 
Badhri Castrated animal, 

Qy » i— sr. «. q. — ofi q.°g H q%g— 

Badhrika Eunoch. 

O® (ai$) — * — * ' 93© SOT!3 9HI89I— 1- To spread. 

Ban (root) .9 | 31 ©SI QQ9I— 1, To ask for; to 

solicit. en 1 G3S>| qqqi — 3. To serve* 

v I fl|«9l*~*. To beg. * r I 39 9Q9» — 
6. To sound. 

09JWQOI— SIG9. .(fiRMS) £— -««Wf$ felQOI— 
. BatwlSibS To sweep (a bouse or place). 


9099— G9G9- 9. (a°)-8WW «IQ9I 99G$ SgO- 
Ban-ban ' <© gQ|$ GSS 9oia— Bonbon. 

90 999! — 69. 9 — <I9 S9I9 99<i Qfl €19; Q§fl*91— 
Ban-bankS Moon flower; Colonyction Grandiflo- 

rum, 

[ 5— <i etq erf gq ©gor oq s§© ejqq 33 3i°a 

9IO §S> I ] 

Q© — tf. 9. (90 ai$ = 9g|Q + Q(§. SI- S3I9I 9|0 ^<3)— 
Bana e I SIQ^l^ 0IQQ3 ©fifS); Qflswfj— 1. Forest 
wood, j 1 qq — 2, Water, * | gg^^i 

3. A spring; fountain, v | ©Q|g ; »£j— 

4. Abode; house; residence. •*. | GOI^I — 

5. Plantation; tope ^> | q,G1l9ilOi CTfii 9QG^ 

6. Garden. P I q»— 7. Grove; abour. 
9C» e«Q ^o ©sj ass ^)ciiqq 1 -an, seeQawfing 1 

r* I 9IO—8. Wood; timber, tj | aiG^O- 
aGQQGQ«i— 9- Light; ray of light. 
*• l Oqgl ONO Off 9I« (?. a)— 10. Name 
of a sacrificial vessel, iv ! SQrq^ $!oi- 
9^1 q<ihl9«ia9iqQf ^QI^Ga^ — 11, Name 
of the title of one class of anchorites, the 
followers of Sankaracharjya %/ \ q<| qq 
(§• €1) — 12. A bunch of flowers. 
G9. 9. ($T. OOHI)— t I 90^1; QQ 9Q— 1. Flood 
9 I (3. 9fi) 9& QGf— 2. Colour. 
* I OOfllffll 91 9Q99iq] 0I9Q 9«»§Q Q|Q oifl-- 
3, Name by which persons named Bana- 
mali or Banabihjtri are called, 

@0(0l)€50— G9. ?-^Q( G9«f ) 

Bana(nS)uta Banata ( See ) 

9TO-G9. 9. ( ST. 9g; 9^Q )-V I QCT9Ga«-l. A. 
Banaka kind of paint. J I 9^ ; $CT— 2. Colour,, 

f «»a 9»« off QQdto <i«© €oS$ ©eo i 

* I a|© 9^ ^919699— 3 . Yellow ochre. 
00 99>Ol— 9 tt . 9--9W931- OIO 99al— 
Bana kadali A kind of wild plantain. 

00 M— q*. 9«— 9«JI 6^?; 9^1 qj^— Wild. arum^. 
Bana kanda (9099«— «(9n%a) 


9999 


^ *•**■, .) 


Q^ Q993| 


q^qq-S. 9"9G$q%.Qqq g9-i 9«»99IQ 9Q9I91$?9' 

Banakara 99Q «^Q|<g 9^5^ €991 *9fll — 
*H^N ^5T^^c *~ Forest-cess. 

OOOQfl — OT. 9.— QOIQGa^— " 

Bana kajama Ipomoea Palchella. 

99 %9J — ST. 9.— 93 %%9I— 

Bana*kukkuta Wild fowl; wild cock. 

99 ^$Q— S. 9-— $8% 9l«KJ ^ (@* a -) — 
Bana kundaja A good variety of wild arum. 

to SP^— *• 9. — wi otiwm - 

Bana kulattha A kind of wild grain. 

TO €91©— ff-'9. (99 + G9IQ) — 94a 9QC9I0 €19 — 
Bana koli The wild jujube tree (Apte). 

TO ao--e. 9*—(£$1 oo^to+oq)— 9^ji ««— 

Bana gaja . .^ ^ wi y elephant. 

(99 $®9, 9© 9*3, ,99 93l~ *I9m%q) 
99 999—3°. 9.— (9&>l- flOQflsfiq)— CI90 99$ 

Bana gahana CI^QaMi — Dense jungle. 

TO GCll-s . 9— 99^; a^Q— Wild ox. 

Bana go (99 39— BQiQO) 
9© QftlQ- 9.— (S°- 99 + <^JI9; %°. 913 9§l99l)— 

Bana chandala §51,19999 99*iqj 991S096QS — 

^ 6Wl1»I WailSl*! Desmodium Gryrans; the 

telegraph plant. 

[q — <<j|Q qq > 91© ^e $4 1 9$ §8§ I 

Qft 9^©— 9° 9.-A I 69991% 99— l.The pine tree, 
Bana chandana 9 I aq% (§. 39SI19Q) — 

2. The Aloes wood. 

99 9#9— 3°. 9.— SdQftl Sia— The wild Champaka 

Bana champaka (99 SIS — «0«iq.a) tree ' 

TO 99 -SI . 9**4°— (^99Q 99^%^ 99+09*1$ 

Bana chara + 9<$- a)— £3 9969 96>9«> 96Q— 

(99©q| — qj) Roving in the forest; sylvan, 

^ 9# ^ I Q<t|a — I- A hunter, ? | ^93 — 

2. A demon. * | §°§ 9g— 3. Wild ani- 
mal, -w I 999^1 9S^ — Forest-dweller^ 
woodman. * I q9 — 5, A sage. 
99 Qiftl— *> 9.-9^69 $6*9 1 91 913 9Q9I 91*— 
Bana charjya The roaming about or residence 

"in a forest. 

TOqq— «. 9. 6 9<a.— (99+©a »SL+ Q & ftQ v » 

Banachan %g\. ^9')- 999Q (W) ; 
(99^1-$) Banacbara (See) 


999— ff. W. — (99+9» x ai$+9$* Si) — « I aSjflHWt-, 
Banaja 919 — 1, Produced in the forest. 

3 I 9969 91©— 2 Produced in water. 

3. 9. — 1 1 ao — 1. Lotus. ) rqai (§. a.)— 

2. Bulbous grase-root. w I 99$9© (g. 
Q,)— 3. A kind of wild grain, * | 999J 
£T9 (@. Q.)— "4. A kind of wild cucurbita- 
ceous fruit. * l Qcrfifl $q <@. «.) — 

5. Wild orange or citron. 

99 9Q*Q— 69. 9. (99QQ 3^5 *- 9Q + 9CPQ)— CS^ 
Banajangala 699 Q990I9 9j fll9— Forest^ 

99 9*lff-S9. 9.— SQ9I9 (G9<s) # 
Ban% ja^angi AgnijSra (See) 

TO9fQ— ^ 9rt. q?. — (9^§> 909-99,+ ai)— 
Banajaksha TOCQQ^; 9I9IQ 39 9Q qQQffSJQ-- 

(999191 ^1) Having beautiful eyes like lotus- 

petaltj lotus-eyed*. 

99 9I9Q€» §9—69. 9— 4 ^filQIWQ qS^«99 ^^1©- 

Bana jagarana brata qa^QQ 9999q9'»l9l QI9S^[ 

9996S<3 — A festival lasting for seven 

days during the time of Lord Jagannatha's 

staying in the garden-house, 

99 910— 3- 9A. ( 9<ft 09^ 99+919 )— 99G9 Q^ 
Bana jftta Produced in the forest. 

99QW3I-GQ. 9. (ff. 9Q9l^l)-^ s J — 

Banajasam Goddess Lakahml; wife of Bishnu. 

99OT— *. *• (w©+Q9^+^. «D— w/n Ce9«) 

Banajini Padmini ( See ) 

99GIQ-«. 9— 9««iiq ( S9« ) ^ 

Banajira (99«I99 - a9i^p) Banajira (See) 

99(91)3— €9, 9— SGW ( G9« ) 

Bana(na)ti [99(9I)Q« -acflgp] Bauoji (See)- 
^ Q _ 3 . $ . (99-99+91 Ml^-Q99l+9^. a) — 

Banada G^»<3 — Cloud, 

ssq ff*w etf « ?^3^ & Q« <i ofl & QQ * a ' 

TO 69991— e. 9. ^1—^ I 9tf 9a " 5 aapi G999I— 
Bana debata 1. Sylvan Deity; a Deity of the- 

90C99-«l_ a forert ^ICfl* «9;»» 
99 C9«-<l J H «W«1 6Q99I-2. The 

presiding Deity of any 
forest. 


^•«i£> 


<?<; as 


( *•*> ) 


9Q 3$ 


$9 &9— 3. 9.'( ?«jl 9©; 9G>4-89 ) — 9«9— ;■ 
Bana dhaba Lion. 

*9© UI^-3 . 9— t I GCiq^ (8- «)— 1. Red chalk. 
Banadhatu > I 9G> Sll? ( §. €J )— 2. Coloured 

earth. 

^9$j— g». 9, (99— ©»4-ai-ai%fo<$. Q)— flqS,— 

Banadhi (9993 — SQi^a) , The sea. 

99 GU§— *. Q— 99 eai 5 39% C^Q ( G9G ) 
Bana dhenu ,(xayala (See) 

s>9 aaol— «°. 9--G€fc B|q1 (8. «)— 

Rana pippall A small -variety of long pepper. 

^iq @q— s*. w. (<?§9l8; w a et sq araiQ)— ": 

Bana priya gg 9SG9 99QS Q€19I^^ 914 — 
Loving to roam in the forest. 

qo # ^ — v | G9I9Q- L Tlie cuckoo, > t gq,Q- 
9Q^(@.a) — 2. The sambar deer. • | qqq 
9©q (§.€!) a^QSw Ci9— 3. Curcuma 
Amada. v I 9191 91 QQ (@. a)— 3. Barle- 
ria Cristata (tree). 

Banaph-sa 9GQ<3 — Wild violet; Viola Odorota, 

^^ [ < f~ < aa $® GQ WQ 9G ^* ^W 0, ^% 
*R<5CT 9$9 G£l$ €ll«l WIGQ; ai«IQ a9GQ 

QIQCKtl 9! <S1G 9§ <LQS GTSl tfG% I <?IQ 9$ 9l©a 

op QQ I «$(Q GOQ, a§> 6 fffifci W (<jgQ9.i9 

G9Qm)9IG9 (DsaGQ 9m99IQ OQfJ I <?IQ ffft 

«ICIM W 9^1° $<H CT« 6 G9Q 95I99R9 — 

8. aMifiiQ 1 ] 

-QQ 0ft— G9. 9 — 99S q.fl — 

Baca phula ^ ^fl ^TJSf Wild flower. 

jQQ 99QI—G9. 9— TO 6 g^ 96QS— Moon flower; 
Bana banaka Calonyction Grandifloruui; Pleco- 

spermum Spinomum. 

[ q,_« qp A $9 s>? wwqg 1 ] 

*9999l— 69. 9— OS SQIQ Ofif^ Q«loa 3$— 
Banabanfi A kind of wild thorny shrub; 

«T. Olfl. SOqft «WIW* Canscora Decussata; 
ojgffih esq « Evalvus Erecta, 


>. «n 9Q9QI— 3*. «1«I^I I •• Qgffll— «l°. 


gais^l 1 

Bana barSha Bana sukara ( See ) 

QQ QIQ^S. Q — ( 5>^1 «© )— « I SlQ^GQ Q§QI — 

Banabasa 1. Forest life. ^ I ©039 9ilQ gQ 

9G>GQ QIQ9I9Q 0Q9I— 2. Sojourn in the 

forest. 

«9?tqqe 351 wviq cs«9 a3 99 neai qa 99QO 1 

o'ooiflfl— a? w. q. — (€jaaQ 00 )— G3 sjq^sq qn 

Banabasi QGQ — Living in the forest, 

S. ©— e 1 q<aQ Old© flG^*— L . A rar e 
herb, 5 1 aisjaT «>Q (q r €1) — 2. A kind 
of wild root-bulb. « | 6Q!^iQ|9; Qlflq 
^ (8. 9) - 3. Rook. 

QQ ^>9IQ — *> 9 —(95(1 OO; 9W + $9iQ ) — SiSjdl-iGQ 
Bana bihara $\q\& 5 s ^^™^P ort i n the forest 

<3>© 99tq— 9T. 9 — ($389 Q© ; Qft + WIQQJ— ^i«5T 
Banabihari Q|q|qjQ — A name of Srikrushna. 

(9©99ici«1— i(|) e. 9^. 9L° — G3 qqg^ 991^ 9G$-- 

Sporting in the forest. 
GQ. ^>— 'GQG'C? 988901 ffld— A name given 

to males. 
€»» GQ©— G9. 9 — (*• W+G$OT )—90^ sa|Q 
Bana bhoji g$ ©a Q$ 51l^fiJQ G^j^l — A picnic in 
(QO G§i©G — aCH^I) ^C«^f «PWteT the woods. 

SftS^e g^vi oQa «©— 31*1, gi q&Qsj* oloi I 
9© flfijgs— *. 9 — ^ I s<a fl3g ; Qq^Q ;9lQ99Ga^ — 

Bana manushya 1, Orang-outang5 man-like ape 

[ 9— <fllGft ^Q Gdi^GQ 9§*iQQ OSfl G9IQ 
QI9§ I <lfll9QQ €18 9|g 6 Qlfii QOGQ ^19^ 
Q89W.eiO 91 § I 4AICQ «^Q CddlGQ 99§=— 
dQQ— Gorilla ; ^li — Chimpanzee; 6q°g^^|»_ 
Orangautang3 q|qq — Gibbon. | J 

5 I 999131 9^ — 2- A man living in the. 
forest; woodman. 

Bana malli Banamalli (See) 


9098QI 


( *wir* ) 


993 


99 fl|0l — <3. 9— t I 9313*1 (G9«) — 1. Banamalli 
Banamallika (Sae). > | G99S! SJQdETSa — 2. Musk- 
rose (plant and flower)- 

Bana mati q§j9l; G9^ ?)l?% <36Q fi$G3 QQ 989 
*Ffflli& G93I9K1 — Coloured earth used in washing 
*Nftr£ the walls. 

QO qi^lQ— e. 9— W^eij 9<S9q?>j Q* i9 — Wild 
Bana mSrjSra [9© 9(q)<3»IG> -«9m%9] cat 

S93IQ— G9- 9— (*. 9Q3IQI)— 99fllQl (G9«) 
Banamala BanamaiS (See). 

QQfllfil— 3. 9— ( S. 9. GQ; QOMJiq £0© flIOl )- 

Banamala £ \ 9Q<WI9QT9iq Q©0 fllfil— 1. ^ 

chaplet made of wild flowers. j | gqi^q 

9»IC!^ 91 w^ag^ W*! Wi £^9 9i€*— 
2, A garland hanging up to the ank]es or 

knees of the wearer. 
[ 3~ 4$$ "Wl aiQfl 939GQ I ] 
* IWW G3tf|— 3 - Forest range, 

* QQSIGil— 3- P. 4 W W»<» flIOl + S S 3&Q Qff ;9Qfll«tf 
Banamall Qfij»- Wl. ^9) — 09|<TO 9IWG« — 

A name of Srikiusbna. 

(W5«©«!— ^1) ^°- W 1°— 99GIGI feOQtfOiqi— 
"Wearing a chaplet of wild flowers. 
GQt q— vi GQ9QT9 £>IS9Ga<a — 1. A came 
given to persons. > I Q^IGQ 99© fl|o— 
2, A garland made ot wild flowers. 

^9fll«)l QW-69. 9. (WW-Srt W'9 a G9IQ19 «*99 
Banamall dasa &ty® q$— An Oriya poet of the 
16th century A. D. 

[q— <i9lQr Q9QiG3|9a&*Q©, TOiqQ-^S^ 
qigQHQ qqwl l] 

-OOfllol §@— G9. 9. (OW)— K'<5Q <S9 a ©W— An 
Banamall simba Oriya writer. 

[5— *®q$p\ qpmtf <i9W g«to erases— 
9i9<a1 6 Q8® qigs^Q QQ9ia Q 
Q9PJO— 3. 9.— «aq?i gso (©. a) — 

BanamCLta Cloud, 

9« Q99— 9°. 9. (^1 99) — 9SQ ©q?IO— Forester; 
Bana rakshaka fore&t-guard; forest-keeper. 
(9QQ9, 9©Qlfii— «©iq.a) 
vQQ q$— 9°. 9. — (^ 9©)— 9Q3^?39??G^«1 — A line 
Bana r*]i of forests. 


99 (©)«— G9. 9-— (q°. Q?a)— 99«D (W*)— 
Bana(ui>si ^s^t Sreft BasdisI (see) 

(99§. 999 — BGiq,a) 

99(9)331— G9. 9, — GS$ GQ9 999 $1$ flf& *G9 — 
Bana(ni)sia ^^Itf SraTOT Angler. 

9939 — e. 9. (90 -f- 39 ai§_+9<§ .») — <■ 1 scrca CIQ— 

Banaruha 1 . Wild tree. 5 I 9Q — 2. Lotas. 

99QS1— tf. 9— * I (?ql ©0) 9GQ GSiq — L.Tho 
Banalakshmi glory of the forest. > \ (99§1§) 
9991 (8. a) — 2. Plantain. 

QO€i ©Oil— G9. 9— fllQSOlQ «1I9h 9l qq q£| G9IQ 991 
Banasi kanta 9fiJI?KJ€liqfiJ 5*^1 — Angling hook l 

♦S^t ^t^l 9i0©9*|, GOlQ^Q^Ij 9SL^ 9a j CflQtotl 

©g 1 
99« G»l— GQ. 9— G3§ Q^GSJ 9ffHQ G9IQ qSai<l— 
Banasi kharda The angling rod 

QQil G@tQ(Q)— G9. 9— G3$ G©iQQ 23QGQ 993 9fl»l 
Banasi dora(ri) QQaK -^Angling line. 

Q©l!G©Q(GQ)0l-G9.9— 995q 9^iI^ Q|3g9 ^QQ 
Banasi tera(re)nda €}§9I E3IQ GQ/9 ^GQ G3Qg9! 
^s^t G9ISi 9t «^Q asaQ 910^ — A float attached to 
*hi«u; raw the angling line, 

9Q€i QQI(GQ)QQI— G9. -9 — 0ia ^Q9l9|Q QI^GQ 99& 
Banasi paka(ke)iba Q^ 9^99JQ 9Q9I — 
fWOT*rl 4^D%M C9©ii ^1IQ9J— 2lOiqa)To angle. 

99 «9Q — ^. 9— 9$J» QgQ. 9IQ9I; 9^9 — 
Bana sukara Wild-boar. 

99^—^. 9. (99+W—9<M,9 i e«ll. ^9,)—^ | QQ H 

Banaswa ^995 9Q3I ^Q— 1 Wild dog. 

> \ 9%?H— 2. Jackal. * j q^j. g^g — 

3- Wolf. 
99g,(a)— 69. 9. (%. 993«1) — ^ i 99 3 ©CN— . 
Banasta(stha) i % Forest. 

-^ I G<3|9 9fifQ^2. Dense forest. 

gQiigfl;o « *9? 1 ©ciftia. ^a^o 1 
qqq — ^, q^ — < 1 99GQ §9— !• Situate in the 
Banastha wood. } \ 91993 ai|9QHj— 2.- Taking 
to the forests; living in the forests. 


<?$a» 


I ^p*t*'*- j 


9G>lpQQr> 


Banasthala(Ii) «. I Qff€^3 ae^i" SG9S — 

1. Wild regioD, 9 | 2iQtf«i9 a^a^GSS— 

2. A part of a forest. 

Wtfltf)|*flfiJS>-3aiQ-flteQ-9IQ «e <?»s©1 1 

©0§«— 3. 9. (9ft + 9Q; S>0i9Q)— V I Q919 ^i 
Banaspati q^qq— 1. Big tree. 5 ( q^Q etqq 

$9; G3$ QSQ ETS* g9l9© © GQIQ £TO 
ygQ--2. Trees producing fruits apparent- 
ly without flowers or blossoms, 

(Ml— a^«;, ©«Cq, $Q I) 

* I (gM€i$l98) $9 —3, A tree in general 
(Apte), v I G91S QQI-4. The Soma plant 
(Apte). + l QSSi Ǥ3^- 5 Astern; 
trunk (Apte). ^ 1 99— 6, A beam (Apte); 
<> 1 € ^ — 7. A pole; post (Apte). r | Q©. 
gq. qq§>— 8. A sacrificial post (Apte). 
« I QOSOSlSQQ COOT^M— 9* An offering 
to Banaspati (Apte) .£ o | 9109 G©QQ#- 

10. A wooden amulet (Apte). w | £TWl««- 

11. A scaphoid (Apte), *j \ gg|Ci|$ g^iql- 

12. An ascetic (Apte). 

Banaspati kaya ^S©0^ — The whole vegetable 

kingdom (Apte), 
QQ,_eQ. 9.— * 1 [tf\— 9&ai©a (©!>]— 9i&9 9§GQ 

Bana 3Q9$9 flWI 38 ftWI ^ — *• Tbe P r °cees 

^ftfa of inflecting consonants with vowel signs # 

WRim > I (« .94ftl)-Q|GI— 2. Description. 

* J QQQI — 3- Composition, v | QaQ— 4. 

Speaking. * I GQIMTIMGM; GSg$ 99«*GQ 
9m9$9 asq9«> c n* Q<a a«H W9§qsj al<- 
6. A kind of matrical composition in 
which the words or letters contain vowels 

other than V. 

9 \ QQQI 289^ Q$l 991 ©9GQ VlfQI- &. Cut- 
ting or slicing of vegetables for cooking 

9 I (aowqeb) Qflsflaita ©» fi»ra — 

7; A name for calling Banamali. 


Q9l(e9)ft9lr- W. -$« ( «. 9fiQ ) — 

Ban5(ne)iba ^Tto 1 | 9©9I $ £JlQ SOS) %9 — 
95TRT, M«HM1 1. Causa tive^of BanibS. 

) I 9Q9I 2«9 q§9l &9G$ 9IS9I— 2. To chop 
or slice' vegetables for cooking, 

* I §§,9 9Q9I — 3- To makej to prepare. 

Qff 9Q qfl *3 $<MO SSIQ I «C^t- flOl^ I 

* I &3ta $Q9I — 4, To build; to construct. 

99 ffl *!$« Q*§9 V« acq 9S?lO «QCQ I 

* I 0§£l© 9QQ9I — 5 - To cause to change into. _ 

69<3 I) 

6. To dress; to adorn; to fit up_ 

9G1Q QO ^i^f QQ9 GwQJ I Qj e?«Q^I.€)9QI9 I 

QOIQ(6)©— W. 9—^^IO (W€l) 

Banau(o)ta Banata ( See ) 

Q»l€f— e. 9. (^1 «©> QO+«o)-QIQIQO— 

BanSgni Forest-fire. 

Banati Banoti ( See ) 

Banania katha QQQQ\ gal — Got-up story. 

Banata GQfla dlOQ^Wa — Broad-cloth. 
^tt« s ^n?r (9G©i© — aoi^a) 

QW<3I— OT. Q— 9ff|OGQ Q®Q. C9IQ991 (©©^) — 
Banati ^t^t <HlRt Made of broad-sloth. 

99f«— €9. 9. [ »- 9^ Ggiftff(ffl) ]— 

Banana V I SjgQQ ^©1^61 91 9^lffC?Q ^glQ — 
^faft^ ^3^, 'cft^K.-Ul 1, Spelling of letters, 

J ! 993 QfiflKKJQ G3l©Qlg^lOlQ VGag^l 91 
9§QI — 2. The mode of spelling the letters 

■comprising a word. 

QQIQ «QQI— CQ. 5-"G9f^l9 €19Q agQ^ig^ QG§iga 
Banana kariba ©Q9«il«<il» 9Q9I — To epell a word. 
^fafa ^^1 fe^ ^CTT, VBIT *fX?R 

€>«I0 ^{Q— €9. 9—9^1^; SI9GQ ^^ 9§99hI9— 
Banana bhula Spelling mistake. 

[Ml— V &I9QQ V, V gi^GQ '«jV- 


«Hfil 


< <*#*« ) 


mm- 


Barj^ni 3. SO Qfi?Q 9$QGQ . 9©t©>.) — 

* I aQ$HISl$ q#§Q ©STQ— : 1: A ran^e of forests; 

vast forest. >*\ Q§ aQtfn— ^ A great 

many forestg, 

Bananta ga — 1. The extremity of ,a forest, 

9 I W ©9>QQ GQS1 -2. Wild tract; wilderness, 

Q0IQ©— C9. 9» ( ST. QS!-9iM ) — 

BanSbani ^ j SIGhlQiGQ Q\Q QSflGQQ — 

^^fa^t <s|*N^l 1. Mutual recrimination. 
■C^tftl^ <4HW<n ^ I QQ9I '«K> 9ftlQ9l %1 — 

2. The act o£ slicing vegetables for cooking. 

3. The act of joining vowel-signs to conso- 
nants, * 1 <3>Q q$q> aa«*GQ qqi? 91 ©eii q^t 

-4. Mutual friendship or terms of speaking 

^\ 3^3 4*0 «MN' between two persons. 

QQ\9 — GQG9. B. (Q©QZfl) (ffl. 90|9=-Q|qGQ) — 

, Banana ? | $ag© asaGQ; 33 Q a ^SQ — 1. Versus; 

^rfsf 4|«f|l| on the opposite party. 

( S32JI— 3€jSI$ 9191$$ Qlqj QQ(q^ qflQg 

otqq graQ N €ai9Qgs— g©9i<3i 1 ) 

fr\ 60^5 ac* WW— 2. Alias. 

( ma-*- a gfl©§ sag© 9ft iq^ 99 qi^ i ) 

* I («iqj?9) WJ6Q — 3 - In the name of 

' 9i9§£> §<H ] 

qquj— a- 9. (9ifl) ( $o. eri^gl Qtq ^pis^)— 

BanSyu £ I fiioto CQ99Ga«; QQ99&1 sfflCQ 

.2193© 3-W ^1 Q<G^ GQS9glQl© Qifl. 

Spiff G9S — I, The ancient country of 

Unan (modern Arabia or Persia). 

[ 9— < G9«t $8^. GQIS9 ©«G^ g39 ^q | ] 

> I « G9S9l$fl QIQ ( ft- € ) — 2. A caste of 

people inhabiting the Unan country. 
:«n l (Qifl) qffl QQQ9KTO <19 4«— 
3. A son of King Pururaba. 
9S>iq©-— S. 9<a — 99l^_ 593 9IO — Belonging to 
BanSyuja Persia or Arabia^Unani, 

( saeii — Wisp '« I ) 
<■ j 3. 9— ai<S)<q] GQI9I — Arab horse, »--■> 


f 


I 


091Q9— q$, 9. ( *. entity 9$ 9®a<^) — . ; , . 
Baoarasa g|g|. Qiq<#q| qqq — Town of Benares. 

Q9IQQ1— G9. 93 — V I ©ISlGQ ^O— L Made or 
Banarasi manufactured in Benares. 

> I WIQSQ a^Qlql— 2. Inhabiting in or 
belonging to Benares* 

( sal — wiqqI s>Q r si 91 <?l$ i ) 
•W. ^>— 9l€fl 9|© af-s q?i— 
Benares silk cloth. 
©Ql^©— ^J. Q. (GWmO)— 6g.SJ ( G9« ) 

Bacardraka Orua ( See ) 

QC?l<»$9— €<?. S>. ( 9Q+a«59> ^39® QW )— 

Banalaktaka G€IQ*^Red chalk; hematate; red 

ochre. 

oqi ai©1— w. 9. ( ». oS+ai>1 ) — Q«pff (^Qij 9t— 

Baaa sarjht Coloured or spotted cloth; chintz. 
3\^N ^tfl ff i?l «IS>1 «C9 a»W q©e»Q 1 

QQ|6]C1— g. Q. (QQ+Mfl )— Ql^aaigq— Taking 
Banasrama to the forest-life after the age of 5(V 

to pass one's old age there, 

Q0I3&1 — «I Q - W. ¥ ( 9QI3CI + QOj *.fl|. *$> ) — 
Banasrami QlffgQIQ^Hl— Living in the forest 
(Q»So— aQH^a) in an advanced age. 

QQ|6]q— g°. 9. ( 5*^1 «©J Qff+^«iq ) — 
- Banasraya c. I 9ffQ ^D^SJ — 1 Talking shelter in 
theforests, 5 | (9§^1@) 9l^q ©f^— X 
Rook; crow; jackdaw. 
S°. M.'g?. (^^Ift)— ^ I QOQ191— 1. Living 
in the forests. 9 I 9Wqq|— 2, Moving in 
the forests. * I Ql^sa^^^l — 3 * Taking 
to the forssts to pass one's old age there. 
Q©—69. 9— («^qsfe) QQ^IOQ Ql^giq— Name for 
Bani calling Banamali in endearment. 

giGQ. (G1Q91©) Q— 99; fi^— -Blood, 

(aal— (Scti 1 «i q^^TOG© w GQlgeiQ I ) 

BaniSd' m 91 0^» — 1. The foundation 4>f ft 

^(^)^«rtw house. > 1 (fi«M£) GQf^lt -9«i »— 
5^f^ 2 # (figurative) The origin or foundation 

. ,^ .'■> - : - • 1 of a family. 


e**s> 


"4m*> 


9GS> 


^>©atf>— g^€9. 9<a. (ffO^-e i 99 9r gs§ 

Baniadi ( q$ ) — 1. (house) Having strong 
^(^ftstfft foundation; well-founded. ) \ («Qdla) 
gPteUtfl 9§9IQ QlSji — 2. (figurative) Permanent. 

*> I 9§ eia^ 39i©gq g^is© 6 gS$ (9a) — 

3. Old and respectable (family); aristroera- 

tic. 

^>©a©— giCQ ( o&ifl ) g"5gq. 9— ( q°. 9©ap, 

Banian eflGQG) ©ICOt ) — G«l£ — Banian; a gauze 
C<R^1#? ^«ffat«f underwear or shirt. 

geer qiq?iq 93391 9«§q *9©aa (9§ta)' qiq_ 

^GQ 6 GWIG® §$3J9( «2JI9IO«l 9IG9$$L G^dl^Qr 

oia a§gi«" '9©atf ow 9a raoqoi wq 

Webster Qtjgj | ] 

-©©©I — G9. 9— ( w+wca. o+aojcaf. a )— 

Banika ^ | QQHIQ — 1. Garden. 

a$Ql9 W»I6Q 9lOlc? GO?«- 9^°S. fl9l«Q« wl 

-> I G&$ 9Q*~2. Small forest. 

eiotfl os viQ^o, ai^s 9&si toiq — 

• I <j»9Q— 3. Grove. 

5!©9— a. 9^— (90 ai$ + otf. ©)— * i aiQi firebi 

Banita ©qai<3; giSfoj 319© — 1. Prayed for. 

-> I G99©^-2. Tended. 

■9@©l— e. 9. <l— <9© ai^— qiSsi+Qtf. ©+*L a) — 

BanitS e I QSHI; $fl— 1. Wife. > \ v?iq|— -2. Wo- 
man. • | gal- gSJQfll ^1 — 3. One's beloved 

lady, v j g^9 $GQIQ6a<a — 4 Name of a 

Sanscrit metre. 

C© Q9I3.&: — G9. 9 — (§; e— 99=a»Q; £. 9019= 
Bani banau(o) §»tt SJ9) — <* I 9©l 9% g&l9 — 
^fa^Rfe 1. Good relations, y \ <^Q ^q- a^qq 
q^rra a<5» — 2. Speaking terms between two 

persons. 

*©©?!— €9. 3 — * I (e.9&G9l©Q) 9s«9 9$GQ 3Q9|Q 
Baniba flipj G316I 9^1 — 1« To aa "d vowel-signs 

* ^HlH^I to consonants. > | %Qg agQ9|S>$rQ 9$fll© 

f^ as^rr, ft*rus ^?nr 9€eis£i 9Q9t> 99IQ 9Q9!- 

2. To analyse the spelling of the letters in 

S5E3R15WI a word. • | $qq qs>9I —3. To be built. 

^WT (aal — ®|£?Q GQltK G9I9I9IQ G9iOl 99©) 

^1 v 1 $Q &S1QT flaSGQ 9&19 ^91; Of 91— 4. To 

-fcfiMI continue in the maintenance of good 

relations between two persons. 


(aar— «tfto qemr saiGQ Q^q q$i ^9q -of© 
^fal *Rl $ | Q§Q| QQ9I— 5. To describe. $ \ 9§^|. 
WW *F*Ht C1IOG99I; 9S9I5-99POI QQ9I — 6. To 
TOl iraft^TT abuse j' to call names, 

^I^Pmi 9 I (a?)) 9^9 <?$££) IQflf^l (a9IQ,Q9lQ 

7. (student) To learn the adding of vowel- 
eigna to consonants, r | 41QGQ g9| SIQqQ 

*lffi ^« Q^Q 9^% ©C^M QQ9I — 2. To spell a 

fa*l<H STCW consonant joined with a vowel. ^ | 9a- 

^1 ^Hm q%l£f> G99I— 9. To be fat. £° | (£ro|Q) 

S^ia gig G99I — 10. To develop to proper 

proportions (said of a fruit). *A | GgfQg H gQ 

GSlei© G99I — 11. To develop or shine in 

one's beauty. 15 l SQ^Q W9I— 12. To be; 

^1 g»PTT to bjcome; to turn into, 

(aal— eg qq\ <jqq1 q©ssj 1) 

Itsftl QIMQI^ %Ga QQtfio G99I—13. To be' 

^5!5IT ^ virtually like; to be turned into. 

(«<?oa) s^?ia 9©cQ sg PQqaa t 

fllW. (WHS) ^— p I 5© G95>l— 1. To suit; 
to be appropriate. ^ r a §Q(. g Q? Q,_! 
2. To be recalled; to be committed to 


memory. 
1. Forest. 


Bani 

<i«9l Q\§Q 0»Q9 9«a a^g 991^ ?|q €ia , 

©wjrf*. ecaiq^q. eta, , 
5 I €9* 9Q—2. A small forest. « | (qq 
ai^+Q9. Q> SIIOSI-3. Begging, v , g QO 
—4. Meeting; mixing. * , fllabl— 5. 
Prayer; solicitation. 9 , (,.. 9fiJ+QQ ] 

Wl. W.) 9lffgg— 6. A person who hal 
taken to the 3rd stage of a Hindu's life 

Banika QIQ) — giffoiQiq — Soliciting^ begging; 
(QOTQj 9^9— «9i%a) solicitous! 

(99191, 9<3ia9l 3 991^91—^1) ff. 9— Q9$— 

A beggar; a mendicant (Apte)* 
Qqt% — GQ. 9— 9GG* (Wfll) 

Banuti Baneti (See) 

£>G»— 69- (*^l, «I9^%GQ W?}©) si— *. 1 9g|_ 
Bane I. Certainly. J | <J9?Q^ — 2., Determina- 
4«Mll tion. 


*$6©Q 


( **W5> ) 


W 


a (saai— § «i© g^i ceil© $gq 39 aaciGS* *aiQ 

G9IQ 9€«>=-q* <JQ TOS 9Q8 69 %SJ© G3I Gdl?- 

* I («9l) OOQ— 3. (this) Will do. 
aai— Q^IQ <JQI3 G9GQ 9G0 I. 
*^GOQ QIG0Q — GQ' §. M — GOfel3 Q§^ gQQ^GQ 
Banei banei gGS>Q 3IG9Q — Embellishingly. 
^tffes 1tfTO( % a' o» S£*« 9GS? Q steaQ 9§^ i 
4MI3S *h<^*5 «MNHI *<4i awrawfr— GiH^H 1 

9G« e«q9 — «. Q. (a^Q 991^5 9«3GQ QQlSffR QQ) — 

Bane kithsuka §G>| flQgaCQ §QQI §9i (§. a.) 

Anything got for nothing. 

^GGOQ — S. Q3. 6. 9 (QGG =-9©GQ+OQ U|$*-$QQ| 

Banechara + $(§• 2Jj «%© s 6JQ9Q 3319)— QttOQ 

(G9S) — Banachara (See) 

Q6TO»— S°. V. (9G©+©G> yi^L+^f- a + ^afij^ 

Baneja ^QQQ qflla) — *. I 2fl^ (§.Q.) — 1. Mango. 

5 I aEft (§. €1.) (OT«)— 2. Parpata (See) 

QGflfGSI, GQ)§— G9W. 9. (2D. <?G«$; $?. 9°. QG>+ 

Bane(no 5 nau)** Q<| ) — Si$$lQilGQ 9iV$Q »|V 

^rfl>3 C^^t 9lo $51, Q|§) — A cudgel ^3 or^4 

<£\£\ cubits long used in wrestling. 

[ Q— <%$ <JQ <jJGQ Wl Q9I 91 ©«f $Q| 

gig <£Q qj)% $^QIQGQ §QQ <m$lG>t Qq3|< I ] 

-QQQIQQ— q°. 9. <TO+Qaa) — G993QQ, 9la1, W8, 

Banotsarga QQQQelQQ q<$>qiai$£l qr QiWiqd'^d' 

91 q\Q q£(§. a,)— Formal dedication of 

a temple well? tank or park for the use of 

the public. 

'©Gof9i— sivefl. (w act 6s>s=q<?, 9R jai9iQ ; 

* Banauka QGQfos €Q- tfll. W.) — e. I STOWl — 1. 

Living in the forest, 
3°. 9—* I WQ$SI|Q©— 1. Monkey. J \ og^|. 
q§ — 2. Sagej hermit, 

ewisi W see <?g£I9i (j) 399 9 ?o t 

QGfll^C^)— «°. 9 W ©®i <?ff+6<^)— V I 9QOIQ 
Banaushadhi(dhi) GQQSqIj ep$tl— 2. Herbs; 

medicinal plants and roots, 

Banta aag°a)— q^; sai9IQ 4 a<i- (a "suffix 
■^m ^^T ^% 9^(1— -$1 meaning) Having. 


( saen — qswsfc Qsl^^ i ) 

^GT ^5T giG9 (qq) 9 — eteVjp— A heap or 

hillock of sand; sand dune. 

sigq (ci^qio; «§qp) ^— ^ I qfl asio ^ (g<?«) 

1. Ramasiala 2 (See) > | G9tl — 2. Wolf. 
Q$«— GQ. 9 ft°, Olfl-QI^ WQl) — MIGQOQOIQ 
Bantala G9IQ 9^99i G91fil^a% <3«?g^lQ ^Qftl — 
4|b<$«1l A kind of plantain used in preparing 
4i«l^cHI* 4i^tril ourry while raw;Planfcain; Musa 
( 9$Q QQQl — Slffs^l ) Paradiaca (Haines), 

«> 1 £ii9i ©ti ©Q©iei «Q 6 ai©GsC ^ai 9««9Iq alGQ 

^q GdtiilQ ^^)Q ©wail 21SQQ oisicj ag 3 sja\— 
Cfl^l^o (cat ca$), 91^3^, qq«^ Qsa?ii<iQ > 

Q©SGEr$a Q^ft, fl»9Qa1 I 

*^ GMlQi^^Wl— «q 6 9Q9I; <jgg»© ^8% 

^G9 6 wiagGQ ^e? 1 

V 

©9i§j ©Qfil— giGQ (cww ^-990 (gm) 

Bantalu kadali Banta^a (S^e) 

0^fl»-9lCQ--(€«M) ^- (GOCJS 991^ + ff. 081*0 — 

Bantalu machha <p gQlQ giq^Q fliQ— A kind 

of sea-fish. 

98— giw. («aw) «•— ai8»i flis^<?i aiQ ^i^a 

Bantha «>|CGQ ^till G9IQ QQI CIR9I9 — A 

matting made of bamboo-laths for catch- 
ing fish. 

Bantharda(rda) Obstacle. 

GQ. W.—^1 9§ttQj €ffltl9§-l . Bluntj 

dull-headed ) \ 9SIQ|©^1Q«— 2. Obstructive. 

* 1 (ff. 9gQ ; 9ft. Q°. S<>— ^OT3 ■ 69 ^ 

si^Q 9IQ Gfll^l 6 9gQ G9IQ S3IQail<l— 

3. Blunt; dull-edged. 

Band (root) 1, To worship. 

> I 3Q «Q9I— 2. To pray. • | O^IQj 
qqqI — w To salute; to show respect- 

Q«?-GQGQ- Q. (ffl> SL Q - Q °- 9 €L>^ A ' (W9) 
Band Qgjft; G^IS; «$l; «1?H-*?1. Bundle; 


9$9 


( -***r ) 


92$^ 


*&f %^ packet. s | q$I$© 9g 91 gQiSQ GQIfO 
1 ^ Q9-^2LOne lot out of several lota of 

a thing. 

{}■:,-. : G9.9T~(ffl. 9q, e. Q<», aiq)— * I 9n9siq, 

, 9^10^ 6 9G©<SQ SOQQQIS*! gS© C99IQ 

39SI — 1- Closing of a business, school or 

office; closure, ? | qgo^ $>$§; — 

,» 2. Cessation^ stoppage » | ci©^j§«n — 

3. Stoppage or cessation of motion. 

G9G9. a.— <q_9S> qajefoW 99^©) ©^ 

3. (A term of drill) Halt I 
^f £9. 9d. — * I &3© — 1. Stopped^ ceased, 

V I 9<9 — 2. Tied. • | q^ ; ai9$ — 
3. Confined, v i 99$. q§<j> — 4. Res- 
trained. * t 9l£ft€j§©j MlA (9i$)— 
5. Unemployed (person). 9|oqq; qQ| — 

6. Closed; shut up. 
ocr© s?qaqL»Q8§ «*©—$§*$. flsigooev i 

9 I ClQ9§9 — 3, With the motion stopped. 

r I a§Q QlA £j3© G9IQ SKI (SSI— 3ft. 

Q©Q, SIEfSl ) — 8. Closed (school jCOurt ; 

office). 

TOQlfitol— 9IOT. (S<W9a> 3. ftP- 9Wl)-(9©Q 

Band-na ]iba tou) ag^aiQ 991— (Matured 

girl) To go to the husband's house for 

the first time after attaining puberty. 

9©©K>— 'G9. 9. — (©QS© £©iQQiq S9QQ «») — 
Band -band ^§>9<i — Stoppage; cessation. 

90QS31— §IQ9. ( W5.Q) 9— *KlKW 9I®G9 §ffl 
Band-ria 991 «JQ §Q|Q «£ — A kind °^ bracelet. 

Q»Q— S. W. 1°. ( 9<^ai$ + Q$. «Q )— 
B&ndaka V | G9 9Wi 9€Q> g© 9IQ0 — 

(9©9l — $) 1- Fraying; praising. 
. 9 I £)«I9,0I<3— 2. Makingjjobeisance. 

S>® 9€)QI— G9. £. ( *. 9<^ ai%; ffl - 9Q v )— 

Band* kariba v | (9i9fliq, 9QQ, ^<3 *I9Q 9fcw) 
^f Wt §C© 9Q9I—1, To close up (a business, 
q?^ ^??tr school or office. 

• . J I «9$> 91 «9^Q QWI— 2, To confine. 
* I G$a 9Q9I 5 a$QIQ9l— S.-To restrain. 

U o V 1 e«|Q Q9I ©S)^ (3211— Q9lfc, 91^ Qfij) 

, is ...,". 3991 91 M9|r— 4(. To shut up (a box.room 


or door). + | ao%( qq q<%& VQ9i — 5. To 
atop the flow or. movement of a thing. 
9 I QBbFi Q§© 9Q9i — &. To cause cessation/ 

of a work. 9 I TO! -QQ9I; ©GSa GWI — 
7. To prohibit. 

QQQ — 3, 9- ( 9Q ai^+^9. SO ) — t I gQ; g9 — 

Bandana 1. Prayer; hymn; 

invocation. > I9QI — 2. Worship3 adoring. 

• I a$QW; §£119 — 3. Obeisancej salutation. 

v I GW»IG$ G9lfl «GQ »§© QftW— 4. Painte- 
ing of marks on the body with the ashes 
of a Homa on its conclusion. * | 9Q|Q._ 
^fll (g. 9) — 5. Parasitic plant; orchid. 

9 I gei'S! QQ3 (g. Q)— 6 - Ealogism; praising, 

9 I (ON) m§ ^GQ^ (§. «)— 7 - Nama o£ a 
demon, r 1 (tfifl) q€ 9Gas (g. €j)— 8. 
Name of a sage, t I (QW) 9<a QG€€ (Q.€l)- 
Name of a poison. e» I agGQaj g|£jg| — 

10. Solicitation (Apte). t.V I 9QI9QI (CQ€)) 
11 , Bandapana (See) 
q^ § — qqq (e9«|) — Bandhana (See) 

300 QQ9I— G*5. £. ( «. SW )— « I «^3^ 3G£||SI 
Bandana kariba 9'9 S^G9©I W 9SM - 1. To 
^5f ^d sraT ^R'^n confine^spirits through magic. 

QQ ©€191 — 2. To restrain the proper 
working (e.g. of the mouth, of the womb) 
^^j ^T| ^5f^HT by magic. 

•» I (a. 9Q a!^) 9^ «WU S8°3I 9€l9f— 3. To 
praise; to pray, v | gp| ©QQj^-^ To 
worBhip. * I OQ^IQ $Q9J — 5. To make 

obeisance. 9 i 9Q|£M ©€191—6. To formally 

welcome. 

QQQ Q\G>\ — 3. 9. (9W — §9+q|QI' <3|Q$|)_ 

Bandana mala ^9 9^GQ 9g>9 <r |SiGQ ^Sri89 

(99^ fliefti— a<?n%a) ssroqps 1 qji9Q ^ilQi— 

(9QP SliO— 89^0) Garlands hung on the gat- 
^j>? srjsfl «(«^«|c|K on festive occasions. 

QG9I— e. 9. (9Q ai^tf qQ. ao+«)—9«o (gq«) 
Bandana Bandana (See) 

69. 9. (e. 9«9 )— flfiTftlCKitflj ag 91 Q©v 

€il9!9 aQ^ 9ft91 gp% G9GQIGQ91GQ G9IQ- 

■ 991 flfifO^Otffllo'Ql §9 — Hymn invoking 
• blessings at the beginning of a book or of 
, a musical performance. , ., 


WS! 


V ** v <i ) 


9QI& 


G9. 9tf. $1 — 9QStfcgl — Adorable (woman). 
O 00 9001 ©0C0 ffOftl —93s 9. P9i«QQ. w » 
Q©«l— QIC9. (WMQ) 9— fllOgGs — 

Bandani Mother's breast. 

( aeji — 8<a G9siq G9^$ 9Q<a awi^L Q '£ I ) 
*. 9. (9<^ ui^+qq. sio+$)— v i g© ; $9 

(@. a)— 1. Prayer, j | (+9Qtf 2IQ+$) 
G€tlG3©»l (§. 9) — 2. A yellow pigment 
got from dead cattle, an | q$| (§. a>59$9l- 

3. Pill. * I sqQGS y|Q« 9q39i ©as €»Q 
(§. €1) — 4. Sectarian mark painted on the 

body. 

9©oq-«. w. 1°. ( Qc^i^+stf acnq )— 

Bandanlya £ | Sji9l^ 9Q3 91 Qpl Qqai<]— 
(9QCISJI— $) 1. Worshipped; adored, 9 \ 8fiH — 

2. Worshippable; adorable. * | gs°qqi^; 

a9$ra — 3, Tit to be praised; praiseworthy, 

9#GQ(^I — s. 9«-W^Q $1 <rst — 

BandanlyS Feminine of 'Bandamya'. 

3. 9. fl— WIGqOOl— A yellow pigment 
found in the body of cows. 

9©9$ — 6969- 9— 9GW3 (G9«)' 
Bandabasta Bandobaata (Sea) 

Q©Q— G9G9. 9. (STL 'QQQ) — V I gq<§ 91 SWftCQ 
Bandara ©1919 <a39IQ giS>5 ttSI 9/ ^9^Qg 

^^ Q|gf9<t AI9— 1 . port J harbour * > \ 9GQ 
q^: efi^Cj QQQ — 2. Port town. 

QflQSO — G9G9. W. (etl. QQQqi)— «. I TOWVflq— 
Bandaria 1. Pertaining to a port, j | 9Qq§ 
<|*ft3 <Mftm WlStl— 2. Eesiding in a port. 

(9Q&— a^i^a) siOT- ($VMa) 9— 9Qpa 5 qiq 

91 9£>£| — Bracelet. 
90fi*— G9. 9, (S>2*J «©)— $91 39 qsiq 9Q9IGQ 
Bandala 9i9§9 <J9g9IQ GS1$ Qii@ — A. small 
anvil used in preparing gold rings. 

QQ\— e. 9. (9<*i ai$+s$. a+a> ai)^vi9OT- 
Banda 9|Qgf| 3,1 — I* An adoring woman, j \ 

9QI9I J* 1 ^ OQQQGQ-QCJ 9©l G09CQ 9CS- 
2. A parasitic plant, * | qsqi $1—3. A 

female beggar* 

G9G9. ^ (^Q^ ffl. 9QI=>Gg993 9W 

TKfc ^fi ( S^jSlGQ 9S9*g© S9 ) — < | ziftoi 


*?l SBa^QTQ 84QKI Q«i, 1 — 1. I, y°ur moat 

obedient slave or servant. 

CQGffl Q|Q<3 9Qg9Q 9Q3QI 9IQ0 I 

5 I $1991% GGIIQ3— 2. Slave, 

[ 5 — <q\q ni aalQ, «1oon 91 G«ilqa ; 9^ 
^10=! Qt^qr ©0%GQ ei^qQ^SJi 9! aio 9i^ 
sia^i^ *q ^ G9i^ o g§ qqoi goia o«»g f 9Ql r 

QS? 9NWIQ ©GQ I <K»|Q dQGr *9IGfl* — c G3|Qft1j. 

9WT I] 
G<5- 9. ( ^. 9Q©)— v 1 qqqIj ga°ai — 

^Ht y^HI 1. Adoration/ praise 

©39 <^€Q19 qfl S» ^01 I 91^9. 99'^QO QCOISf 

i I QQIQGI (GQ«l)— 2. Bandapana (See) 

Q»l(G©)QSM— W. §. W. 9Q v ai$)— ^ I 9Q^> 999l> 
Band5(nde)iba 991 qq$| — 1. To worship ^ | 

^Rt^Ti a09IQ» 0Q9I— 2. To salute. »| g^- 
q^rq^ff 0Q9I — 3. To worship, v | 9QI09I 
Wt ^^t 9QQ|. GQ99I 91 QQ9GNI 91 9«Q1^ 9<I^Qr 

arnsit w?it q^Gogqa s«q 9QIQ ao«iafti QQ9I — 

4i, To weloome by offerings; to salute % 
Deity or an honoured person by waving 

lights etc before him. 

* I ECi 9i^C? 91 G99©l£? a© 91 3»G?IQ2II^ 
GQf GQ9I — 5. To give presents (of cash 
or ornaments etc) to a distinguished 
guest or Deity; to give offerings to a 
distinguished person as a sign of respect 

or welcome,. 

QG>I©— S. W. 9!. (9Q1+W& 9.— G8 TO&I ©G9- 

Bandaka Adoring; worshipping; saluting. 

(9QI9I -a.1) ^. 9.— ©Q,€hl«tt 0Q^g«n«?l 9^ 6^Q) 


9Q9, 900(90, 

9QI9l(a>, Q3l^«i, 

Sa%9l, «H9g)9!, €Q«^!, 
9Qiq^ QQI», G39il, ( 3»9tf, 

GQQ^a<, QW5l|9<a, 91 9^ 

aifli, 9ifl^ 


9i ciQa^ Q2 ^ac€) 

Wl 6 fll^9i QQf — 
A parasitic plant; 

orchid; Loranthus 
Longifolius. 

[5 — <39l asi ao 

G1QQ €JI«!IGQ AIG9; 

Q$> GfllfeJi €W4 91^ 

2fiQ§ I <3919 S1I9 Q§ I 
G99S9 9©GQ <9I 9£T, 


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a. wwsp, 9ia%8 ■ 

q, 9I°G9I 

Ofcia—GO- 9 — (*• 9W)— <. i Q ft ff. 9^iqqi 5 taeoi; 

Bandana gga bbq S^!Q oc^ebl 9Q9I — 1. Act 
r^W^'^W of saluting ft person by waving lights 
^rcal before him, 

; "■ "' 9qw fliw se* c9 wa g» €$ go cqiq i" 

5 I 9Q.I« QQ (G9«) — 2. Bandana ghara (See) 
■» 1 9Q QQI9IQGQ TOfllQQQ- QQ8 91 9I»Q% 
G99I GQl — A present given to. the bride- 
groom or the boy on the occasaion of a 
marriage or upanayana, 
<Q0I0 QQ— GQ 9- — 9S>99lQ Qfl9— 

Banaaiia ghara The ceremony of: consummation 
*p*tft^t3 'ffcTT of marriage- 

€>'#«! ©€),«— G9. 9- — 9QIQ9I 39i^GQ 'WJO e^fi^- 
Bandana tandu]a The unparboiled rice used in 
..(901 tf q$S>— ^%18) Bandap&na, 

ft- ^- 

• OS. €£69$1€1$0& t 

^0I9Q(«>|)— €9. 9. <*• 9Q«t— <* | 9QISI- 9QI09! 

Bandapana(na) ^ — 1. The ceremony of salu- 

^|*t ting a distinguished guest or a newly 

WKtft married couple, 

21 «HGQ 9Q QMS? 90IQttl 9^ S3IQ ^91%) 

9QIS QQ 5 q9§Qi9j 9Gil Qe^OI G99I 9GQ 

93 9©w $9913 a$>^ qq Aqi q3 5 siateiQ- 

$3Q; ^qQflO^— 2 The ceremony or ritual 
of consummation of marriage. 

Q01GI01 QQ — G9. 9*— 9QiaQl ' ( W« )— 

Band a pa na ghara BandSpana 2, (See) 

■Q0IB0I— SHAH. 9. (*. 909!)— 90IQ9I (693) 

jBandapanda BandSpana (See) 

33*1 HJKtft 
^01$— 3 ««.— v I (W x ai§_+$$. «^)— «a9WQ> 
BandaYu 9Q99I<31 — *• Adoring; saluting, 

<' ? I ( + 0& «%)— q»Biq. (8- Q *)— 2 * Adorable, 
S. 9.— ^ I §Q€II99I<31 9«l§; $199 — 
: ,2. Supplicant; singer of hymn. 


*ffaT 


. ' I ( + Q-SH9.- «%)-^« §9- (§. r 9)-^2*Hymn; 
psalm. > | -(+9$. ei^) 9QJQ*sqGt> 5 aqa- 
OT $9 (§■ 9)-^3 Parasitic plant. --» 
00-S. 9. «< CpQ v MI^-gQ «QQi + Q(|. qj 6 <g 
Bandi 90Qt $qq. gg Qiq^^ gjQgllGQ 9$?G>I 9GG}. 
(9©K%|) ^t 9GT)— t I QS^--!. 'Prison- 
er; captive (Apte)/ j> i (^ ai^+q^. q) 
qqq — 2. Bondage; confinement (Apte). 
" * I §©1; ©€|^— 3. Ladder, w I 9Q^I ; g©- 
4, Hymn; salutation; panegyrics; prayer, 
3. 9^!— 9IQ^9 — Imprisoned; made captive 

G9.9— tulfliMr aagi q^GQ S®m\ #q 

^%tW^ TO-1. A locffcefc hanging in Uig 
^t middle of a chain for the forehead 

W , ^ -> | QG>3 qgG»i— 2. Stoppage; cassation. 
V , * .* I ^9^l^i QiqGqa — 4. Confinement; impri- 
i eonment, v I <g©GQQ. ^^ G^9,9^. 

aCQ Ql -gltfGQ ^ 3^ SG^ICI ^ g^, Q 
Q^QI:— 4. The act .of impounding an evil 
spirit which has possessed a person or place. 
^ *K GQ. W — 9I£^ QgSi €HOSS — ... 

Restrained; unengaged; stopped from 

doing work, 
; 9©*0— GW9..9. ( «• TOj— £ I 510133—1. An or- 
Bandia nament for the forehead, 

'^fe^hi 5(p| -> | Q^SlQSGei'a — 
l^t, ^o(t 2. A kind of ear-ring. 
I tfl^HI Gt? e^!Q6« s^a 90a 9©« | 

* I (e. 9Q; m. qq1) ©iqq^ qh^ pq— 

-^t% V4p^4(<f 3, Prisoner. 

^©a fl$sa g7G« oto atf a^Q 

sea gs?i@«> eg Ss^ casf eqs ©^ i q s , i^>^ ws ,g 

. 90B«— €Q;-9. ( : «r. 9ft )— 9Ql— 

BandiSna ^f% ^^W Prisoner. 

^0€«©l— G9G9, 9. (^. 9©q9i £TI. 9wl«M9j— 
BandikhanS 9©SI»I (GQ«)— BandisalS (See) 

^f*tt5Tl g^fT^T, ^%^T 

i«© QiQ— ^. 9/(£<|1 O©)— 90 QiO ( G9« ) 

Bandi gana Bandi patha ( See ) 

Q0 %<&— 3. 9. <?<|1 O©^ 90+^9)— 90€llfi| (G9«) 

Bandi gruha Bandisala ( See ) 


■QB&K? 


( 4m+K } 


S»OT" 


Bandigraha Q§. $)—K\ G9 9 9 9Q S^Q 9GQ 
9© COfo) ' _ '' («©©)— I. Housebreaker. 
9&QI9 J ^ > I Q9M©(8; WCIICIQ) — ^ 

2, Daooit. 
tf.'9«. ff.— G3 9OI0 SH^flgl QQ 90 QGQ— 

Taking persons captive by waylaying 

them. 
: QQ— G9. 9 — 9fc«l ( G9« ) 
Bandi ghara Bandisala ( See ) 

G>© GO?Q— S. §— S. I 9©gi9 ( ?Q«l ) ■ 

Bandi chaura 1„ Bandi graha ( Sea ) 

) t Qiq^9 G^Q (qGQS)— 2. An imprisoned 

thief. 
-Q© 9QQI— GQ. §— V I 9Q9GQ €1991}- «9^ GWI — 
Bandi p&rdiba" 1. To be confined. 

(9© G99I — «Q<r%a) 2. To be brought under 

' : ■ ■ subjugation, 

915)1. fi>q«l 51191^ I 

€>©;aiO— s. 9. ($M|1 QO* W+qio)— Mg^giQiQ— 
Bandi pa^ha 1. Panegyrics, ,>| gQ q^q q^ — 

2. A work on Panegyrics, *i | gq> £9|£}9I- 

3. Reciting pf hymns ot praise. 

Q© 9IQ— *. Q. W + aio ai^+9<|[. a . ^ pa9 qq)_ 

' Bandi pala^ QiqanS— Jailor; warder. 
-€>©€>! — G9. 3— (a^i)— ■(*• W N af§J— i* | 9 W | 

Bandiba ©Q9|. qo| $Q9I- 1. To adore; to 

i- j ■' 

<FW1 g^^^lT worship, 

-> I S9.9Wlr-2,Topray,: 

* I flOTI 9Q9l-^3. To praise. 

«<?<* qw eg 9&1 $9 - q$. csc9<aa9©ig i 

*K* 9® N ai^) $o Cfl«lw Gofa§ 

^T^1 9h^Q G99GQ 91 G0fe>3 g\QQQ 3^ 3^9 

-^f^rr <j|q 89^9 $§ Q§9l— 4. To confine an 

evil sprit inside the body of a person or 

within certain limits by means of charms. 

* l SW gGqicifiq ga c Q ctQQga 9Q91 91 
sPTOQQ^qaQ TO©WK»h-5. To cause a 
serpent beeome motionless or unable to 
-bite by means of charm^ to hypnotise or 


enchant a snake by incantations. - ■'*'■■; 

9 1 «w«a sc^iei^ig g«?«)9 ..oisfi (9«i|— 

S89) 9^? 9^Q^I— 6, To cause natural 
actions to cease or stop by "means' of black 

' '-■ r ~ :? ina^io. 


9©,. gqs> ^a^ oeqaQSL-^w °9, flfliaQQ ^ K r: r 

; 9 I s^wo^ flwi 'gG^pjiq ^ 91 q^- 

9IQ9 Q^jaQI — 7. To cause a boil or 
I wound to rankle or fester" without healiffg l! 

by means of charms/ r | 9§) QQ9I; QQ'i 

i r- :■■ vQqqi—8. To imprison, t! 1 9I§©9I; q^l^d 
! - 1- 9felS*IQ G99I — y* To weep; W sob out, 

' - :< : ; -'og^ca qq9)^« q« «'©''. ■ h v' ■ , 

:^©S!ffil— ^. 9— (9ft'+eiloii, 9$ '«*)— 9iqaiQ— 
! Bandisala #rtW ^"^^TTr Prison; jail. 

; '( ^©€ll» — "€QaO%9 ) ■■ - ■ ' ? : ^ 

^©1— ?. 9- -q. — ( 90 ill^=39 ^OQW+Q^.- Qff; 
. Bandi - -90ft; ^l. ^9)— <. I Qt;"qQrtr— 1. Herald. 

' ■ j 1 i^pj. etl "<e «as€i 9<^) Qiqq^.Qn^ — 

! '., 2- Prisoner^ _■ 

GQ, 9 6 :9« — 09 (G9«r) — Bandi (See).: 

€>©— gtGQ (QQ©!®) 9 1 — Q9ISGQ ^q3IQ^9l GQf«M§t— 
Bandti ■- A: bit of iron attached to a door-plate. 

QOTft— Q169 (€19919) 9 — ($». @. 9^191^)— ^^IQI; 
Banduala ©iqq^ 9S^— Prisoner. 

: QfljQ (Q9*tl9)— G9G9. 9— 9«p QW9 (GQ«) : 

Banduka (etc> . Bandhuka etc (See),... 

QOSjgfl— glGQ (Wags) 9— ^IfflCWQ ^9«GQ 919^1^ 

Banduria 8©OQ 91 ®Q*i fcll^Q QQQIQQG^; 

9QQSJ1 — A sliver or brass wristlet, 

96®,-?. 3. <*p 95? ai$Q Q^ a%<9 <399©ffQ «^|) 

Bande ^ I $f 9^91 *% a ©J 9QQ- 1. I adore; I 

salute, 

0§9Q '96^10^*' Cil9G§ Qi9?9 G9fQQ9J^ 9^919 
tq^OGQi 9G9S1 6 WW a"^lft^^GQ *9G<» 


9CQ6I 


( *»*j ) 


9GQi9g aQd 


960Q(©)~Q9G9. a. (er). 9G€il=9Qi QieaiqflQ ©tf ; 

Bandegi(ki) q^iao 91 SIQ9I90GQ QTO?©; $a. *. 

<i«t«fl, SF^rft Salutation (to thee?j Good morning, 
(9Q9, 9QQ — KHqq) 

96©$.— G$G9 9. ( «°. 9IG$© 01. QW— 9WMl1 

Bandej 9^q|) — ^ | qi$$J|— 1, A bond; bondage. 

*«W 5 I QSQgl- ©CjgiJSjl 9GQI9& fllSp— 2, 

*f*0^^3T Permanent arrangement;; provision; 

settlement, m \ sqqq^cj aQ,[q — 3. A 

firmly rooted habit. 

9G«*ai©Qfl(Q*)— V. 9I9S— (a. fll©QS=S!Q.<J + 9GQ= 
Band© m5taram(ram)* 9QOI 9^8) (9Cfl£) SI9Q- 

c©i%o©e«q qgHoo 69isi as)— £ aiw^ 

9Q»i Qqg— (The refrain of the celebrated 

national Bengalee anthem of Bankim 

Chandra's novel) — I salute thee, Oh 

Mother I Hail mother land \ 

[ 9— SC9a 91 ©$ $9 g© apqci 91 q^q 
qqIq© g9G© ate 91 as q$e 9^o^o 91 oe© 
G9lQaSj &§ flanGQ <j§ eiQi? 39993' ©sua 

SRSlSjQ qciCQ <3 9191 WQ| G9IQ SIQBS 6 

©9<a qea g9«a 9Q aa$ 1 ] 

QGftlQI&Jiq -69. 9. (S. 9eQHl8ia^;9Qi4-Qaia«»iq) — 
Bandopadhyaya <9 Qigq 9al£} QJI^SIQTQ G^?Q9 
^OTWtfiftl g$ai$j 919^1 — Banerjee (a .family- 
4^tMIM4KI title of a class of Bengali Brahmins. 
(9GQIQM — 30<iQ.a) 

96GI93 — G9G9 9. ( ffl. 9<? n 6 9g^-9^3l ) — 
Bandobasta <. | 9^, _1, Settlement; provision; 

(G9 9GQi9g-9aqj9) j i ?eqfl ; gafifsi— 

«cnr<r« ^^?T; snfpsr 2. Regularity. 

* i €**«$€» 5 €«fic« qshQ s$ oicTaeiTOiq. 

2I9ICJ QQ9I qfi^Q aQSItf ®4CJ 9QQ| ©q^ 

»a^L g *8 ®#9 &ta1 6 qe«Q ©qs<n ©q 
9§gq 9I9IQ 9 goiQ ^sj 6 93$ ag -a9i 

IQ 9991 ©fl6$ G9§ 33I»T <§ $£jl<3|Q 
2193*1,9 99^—3, Revenue Settlement; the 


operations undertaken by the Govern* 
ment for settlemont.of land revenue. 

9<aq L «l§9l 36Q 'Q^( s Q§8I 9&ltfqr 9*1 SGI^qQG 

9>q 9a 9910 6 65919 q^g^Qog cog^ i q§ 
9»gq Q»q©?iieo gaofl ©o"qr 910 aicf (saai— 
€9igi<3, Q3K3, 9a ai<g) gs>ifliQ^ gca q&g 

9€Ql9g 9SC4 I 9CT S93Q QCH «Gfl <g agiql 
9GQI99 dqgiql 9GQI9^G9 SQ^IO G9q^ €>g . 
6§'€IIG9 G9G9^©< 9^1 SOI aQ^ aQ$ sq sigj^l 
9CQI9g G9Q«g 6 9GQI9g eiqq «? 21^9^ 

9ISJG9 g9iaioor flaiGQ G9G9qgxi oa sai s^ 
G9IQ«S I aeii— 

'3Q6© 9191^99 9^, 
99 ©9<Sl, 69 aQq, €9 ai9< I 
*3QG9 aQo flIQGR Gd«, 
9199(1^9%© GSI9* I 
*SigO CIW'CQ CIIQCQ G9«, 
CaiQ 3SI9Q ^Q^ GQO' I 

9GQi9g9 «99 g^iolQ 9tqg|g Q«qs>, giQgl 6 
tf»1q«iq.<S9a qgiq. a9a@ i aai — cw^cwa 
(q°), gs^(a°), «r^ (q»), a5gQ (Q-), wti* 

(S), «Q2I9 (@), G999 (y), a|| (*), fliRc^qQ " 

(Q°), a« (@), «!9*£Lq (§), 999 (9)^ <aq^i ( m ) 9 . 

*99 (£TI), QQGQ9 R 9 (Q°), ^IQ^Q (Q«), §q (g, }j 
95U f§) I ] 

©e©i9g> a0(S)gQ— G9G9.9(eri.9CQi9gQ q\ a9g§j- 

Bapdob ttBta api(phi>8ar QQQ\q§ ^q Q q q aQa 

^T^^t^ 9^99©; Gg^G» 9l9fl^ 

*^w 5TTO?: Settlement officer, 

(9GQI9g QIM^OO^I) [ 9-gG9»l& \im% 

9G0IQ$ aq9— Q9G9. 9- (dl. 9G<»l9g v 6a. Si^g)— 
Bandobasta amina q^ 9€WI9g QSI9IGQ ©g gjg 
^W^ ^tfa 9Q9l6©9©fll^9 9Q9I ©q 69 
^wiVlftir @j^g 9^— Settlement Amin 

or surveyor, _ 

9GOI93«0Q9 s te)-G^G9. 9.-(er!-9GQI9S 6 n- 
Bandobaata Sin(oi) nwJ-Q^ 9*g W ^ 

^^ '"^ Settlement La w 


Q€GiQg>^(3)aQ 


( *•*• ) 


9** 


Bandobasta §(a)mala Qsfc^jaiGO SGjQIQQ" QGQI9g 

^C^TfaS 'SflWl 9qG!GQ QI9 QQSJ— The ministerial 

3 *{i ' *re fr 3BT5TT officers of the Settlement 

Department, 

©6GIQ& QQQl— GQGQ. 9. (a 1 !.'— SlWiQSQ qCN 
Bandobasta ilak& 9GQI9g ffSIQ SW 9SJQ — 
^ftTO ^PTf^t Settlement Department. 

9CGI9a©^6», 9TOI93 9QQ 7 —M . ftg 
9GQI9g WQ(q)fll S k 

Q60193 OGOf©)Q— GQW. 9. fefl. 6 «.)— CSSQGM I 
Bandobasta kache(chi)ri Q!©Qqr QICHI&Q — Settie- 
3C*Wf^ ^tf^ 3*ffa^ Slrffor naent office. 

OGflwg, a(al B(5)g(9) 1_*cwm 9 

OGQIQ9 aq(er)8, } **W * 

<S>6©'^a ®^l— G<5>. $.— «. I G0f^l9 9<3£jQ 9s93 f 
Bandobasta kariba $§9j — 1. To arrange. 

^C^tW ^11 J I §Q 9Q9I — 2. To settle. 1 

£Q91 — 3. To settle land- with a royat. 
v I %^Q q©9 §€} . QQ9I— 4. To settle the 
rent or revenue for a holding. 

Bandobasta ka(ke)mp QGGtQg, 9IQ3 G9§ 
^ftro^JlT giQGQ ©&GIQ 9IQ «^_ 09IQ q©q 
^-jlWS T %5 ©9l£) — Camp of a Settlement Officer. 

QGQiOg, CKfli)9«— WCQ. w.— (erf. 6 en.)— sa$ 

Bandobasta ma(xn5)hala gi^ 91 gg^iQ q[ 

^wft«Td JT^rar Tract of country or land in which 

[9GQIQJ fl(S1l)9IQ — 2lfti%9] there has been a 

n settlement of land revenue. 

Qflt— ff. W. 1° — (©G ai$-=a» ; 9&9I+91 g)— 

Bandya (QQ1I — ^1) 0$h — Worshippablej adorable, 

QflMI— S. 9. ^1. — 6€!|€qOO| — A yellow pigment 

Bandya found in the body of cows. 

< 3m ^ — qq h q qj^cr — Feminine of Bandya. 

Q©(ai§)— 3 — ? I 9t$9l — 

Bandh(root) 1. To bind; to tie, 

? I as© QQ q3^I— 2. To restrain. 

giW- (tfflAOa) 9— GSH«b MQ«]~ Tank._ 

9© 991 9qi — giGQ, (wage) 3.— «9lCTO9iq Qqi- 
Bandh-bundbS Jibs €ai<SQ9l3 991— To go out 
to ease one's self; to pass stools, 


Q©*R— SIN. («WWy ©. — af>2fl; Gas CQlfliq — 

Bandh-li ' A small tank. 

cq©« 3G9 96>j3, W SfiW §®„«) 1 

Bandha ag- q§Q 59*1— 1. A deposi* 

2. Stalk. • 1 dqQ— 3.^Body, * 1 ggi— 

4. Knot. * 1 ( + q9.a) — Q'S'Q; 91^91 — 
5. Binding; tying; fastening. 

9 I qEjgj— 6. Productioo 9 | QIMflj QIQQI 
qq^j — 7. Bondj string; rope, r | q91«?Q 
G9^C> 91 ,9^83191- -8. ThS- wall surround- 
ing a house; compound-, surrounding 
fence; the boundary line on all sides, 
ti I G^a -9. Restraint. ^ j vq 9^ g^ 
Wi ©«$GQ W Q®9I— 10. Pledge. 
«t I ©S^li Qg^i QOQI— 11. Composition^ 
construction, t^ I G^> MIQ^Q WGqa^ 
qIq — 12. Bank; damj embankment; djke, 

aef^CTiae^©; ^©9© — 13. Different, 
postuns during copulation. 

m& 91 9^ 9ffo e^iQ^g 6 c©Is3 GwJ«i§ ai^GQ 

^ 9^ 9|b G9IQ^© I ^5> qaW»Q Qlfl — 
^ I TOia«»3 ^ I ffl«iai9 } * I fi*eiN% v 1 aw*>. 

e 1 oq3°9; vo 1 Qflqai v^ 1 ss^ <-' I G«TO> 

V* I tltq; ^©> flfllfiil — I 4 *- Method, 
V* ( G3IG! — I 5 . Connection; union. 
MM9GQIQ9, — 16 * Arrangement, vp | «OJ- 
QQ qS^laoaJ qpQI 91 QOT9— '17. Arti- 
stic athletic posture of the body or 
limbs. %r 1 qu^ 09Q9lfa GM a^^ «Q 
«§Q QQ €IQ ai«€Q €0?9»W Gil® 91 <?l«^ 
99i»9a9l ^Oi ©^9I9«*Q Q09I9GM — 
18. Different figures drawn on paper or 
wall and set with the component letersof 

Ck'&tODg^ 


e*«e 


9<S© 


{ *«»** ) 


;ft©9isj 


ism - gew, «^9«, ©$9ft, ©a9ft 3 -owft, «^r 
9ft I QGa<3$& ©flsw ©Gft^GQ «8 G§<sl© 

aG©9 9ftQ Q9I9Q3 G9Qa$fj) l) 

5° I SqO; €1CtQj «9— 21. Chain; fetters 

n I ©iq©ft©5 ©<i9 (8- ert— 2I - lmp riso11 - 

ment. ^ ? | said g|y©G©a9*W> 9$l ^ aa ~ 
G>«l|q — 22. Postures in joga-exercise. 

<sa2Jl— Q$q!© $® 9 £ftQft, ©IQftQ 9ft — Q. Q ) 
J m I ©9ft QO©l_; Q9h 91 Q9«i ©0©l (g. «)- 

23, Literary composition; prose or 
poetical composition. 9* I Qty&\% 2I9SIGQ 

q<3»Q eSA <S S3© 6WM 91© (8. A-) - 

24. Different standards of rooms having 
prescribed length and breadth. 

G9. Q— 1 I ©l|ai§Qg|©S© a©£j9 €),»© ©0© 
Q^jg — 1, Different postures of the limbs 
performed by dancing boys. 

[ q—4 ©ftgifr qis€!isi«jGQ 6 6$ai9 ©s^ 

a«QGQ OQ*b ©QGKIIG© S!*J© 9£§ I ] 
^S|*ftt#t 9 I fl|©9©©j <$% ^9cq QQIQ GC!l<3t% 
3I5ffl^T 9 ^fc* Q3€)^ QOIQ GQSJS 0^91 — 

2. Somersault, 
glG9. (9W4Q, 9°9$jT 6 €18191) — q,Q?SG9 2«@ 91 
9ft ?(9I GQJSSli ©ftlSSj — A tank surrounded 

by embankments. 

giS9 (qsvwlq 6 ciaia)— <. I 9191© ©9*a ©$ 
^9gq9I9qqiq gig a$©iQ q99I Gsaiq! 

G9IQ519I ©OIS^— 1. A tank formed by 
forming an embankment stopping the flow 
af hill-streams; water reservoir, j | qq 
§9 — 2. A high ridge. 

^>eQ-tf. 9. (9ft v ai$+©# a©)— l | q^ QQGQWQ 

Bandhaka Q\9\ S^Q «IOO G9IQ© ©9£GQ GS^ 

29h QG3 — 1. Pawn; pledge of a thing by 

the debtor as security for a loan. 

> I ( + «9. 219) 9ftl ; 6©faS <§q$h£> ©199 ©§ 

C)<51 G99I — 2, Mortgage. 

[3— V G3£) 9ft© QtflfiflGGf WIW99SGQ 9»l 

©Sfl QIQQQI 591^1 S9IO© 9«Q © ©Q SJdGQla 

€&$ a9iq©Q ©qs*G© 9$q ©Q9I ©8$ «$©!© 

€)§ aiQ^QM G<9«3 9ft© 91 ©|SJ ■ 999 (simple 

.■^mortgage), J. GSlQgca q$© qy 91 «^ 


Q9SJ 3091^ G99I Qfli^ 5191©© Qg W14 QJ 99<iQ 
^SSL g ^ Q€ *$ Q,t?l Q<9S * 9TO (usufructuary 
mortgage), ». g§G9 ©©V ©IG> fliflC© «9l^ff ^a 
€Q6W(Q^fllQ9W Q2ii ©Q 9«?0 Q28 SIQ^9l 
9g^i <15JG9QG9 991Q QQ ©<J, flip a$M 6 qa 
99l^ v QIQGSl"«ll©9^i 6J9©9^ GQQt 99IQ 9Q 
9< ©191 9s 9§9 (English mortgage)^ v. 3|G9 
«I09 ^9iff9^ 99IQ G<^Q 9<i, flip ©5q qqq 
^a^G9 3IW ^1 %S ^9IQGQ ^9I9W 9§Q «I^G9 
flISlQ §«SJ, 91 3SI 0QcaiaoGQ99Kaaofei ^<, 
<I8 9Q C, 9S 9TO 9QSi §0 ©191 ©^ 99IQ 91 Q« 
Q9IQ (mortgage by conditional sale), *, ggA 
£91Q 9^©GQ 9«K^9«9 6 gia(9ft9 91 9«IQ 9^9 
6 Q^ 99IQGJ qQfllQ 3ai99 G9IQ3M ©191 Gfr8| - 
©©9 91 58l9S 9$9 ( anomalous mortgage ). 

A G^G^Ig 9^9 OTO ap© a§q|£9 ^^ 
G9IQa^ 1 ] 
* I (+Q9. «©) 9QQi Qiq9^»— 3, Confine- 
ment; imprisonment, v 1 9§>g£k a9S)99ffl- 
4, Barter; exchange. * | ( + q^ sjq) q^^ 
9m^; ^lG9T9j 09fG^Q— 5» A lecher; an 
adulterer. f> \ w§—Q m City. $ \ f-j-§jQ # 
«©) 9ft© — 7 - Binding^ bond, r | (-f-9(j[, 
a©) G3 9IG$5 9«Q9iqi — 8 Binder. 
QW g9©l-C9 ©« (©9Q3) (3. 999+g<3)©)— 
Bandhaka grahita Q199Q OafiJ ©@g q| aoffl ^ 

^^ <sgW g^Q 9ft© ©9 tori q^i G99I «©i©o^ 

3335; ^1?: Mortgagee; pledgee; pawnee. 

©€>©(©) 9©(S)«— W. 9. ( 9©Q?3 )— 9ft© q^i Q9iq 
Bandhaka(ki) diki(gi)ri 9^91 aK J q^jQQ q^Q g| 

TO^ffeft 9109 ©© a©!^©GQ 919^ 9Q^9I 
5FKT5 fe* 9^? — Mortgage decree. 
£9ft©(©) ©3(9 )— a©H%a] 

0©0(©) Q«ft-— G9. 9. ( ©©©a )-«!©© G0§ 9ft© 
Bandhaka(ki) dmlil ©«l© ^^19© ©© 5»9l©Qq 
^»pF ^ G9Q ^ 99<51 ©G© — 

qs^lJt^n^ter Mortgage-bond. 

[9ft©(©) 9gl©», 9ft©(©)©q«L9,9ft©©|q|— a^qa] 

©»© QI9I— G9. 9. (©Q©«0— 9ft© fiq qg] 9Q^Q| 
Bandhaka data «|Q©— Mortgager^ 

©»© Qiq— G9. 9. (QQQtO'fo 9ft©+9|^>— 

Bandhaka daya qsi- *» QQ60M ©©9| qiq* 


*099<a*l-a 


( ♦•«■*. ) 


9<&9 


(q@q QiqQ— . aQ«i%a) 9$9 qft$ qggq ^91 qi^- 

^"^ Wft Mortgage lien; the responsibility 

«|r^^h ^T3T attached to a mortgaged property 

for payment *of the mortgage debt. 

[ Q— etffefl 99199 697^18 9^Q 3^^ 999 

4 q 69Qg?l WgiGQ 9191 G9G9 Q«P% TO1 39199 

OIG9 9$9 eiK, 60€9 S2IS?il9 S9I99 »9W9G9 

ffiOT 9Q «ii®Q QQfiQ ©sil 9I9Q 9Q <ai©9Q $§ 

3$-$% 9Q3 QQQG^ ^ 9^^ flafl 99991® 
39I»9Q 9TO9I&J 9§9 9Q9 $<| | ] 

. 9999lQ x — G<*. 9- (QQ&2I1)— 9®9 SKIOI (GQ«) 
Bandhaka dar Bandhaka grahita (Sse) 

^©ft(«) GQ«I— G9. 9. I 9©OT ) — 

Bandhaka(ki)JIen.a gft§ 9§Q Q«13|Q 3919901^ 
t^^ CW^I 92J) 0IQ99I Qd — Mortgage-debt. 

sFrarar ^rr [9«9(9) n«<sii— awiqp] 
9@9 699i— gq. 3. ( weiei )-^ W9 98 

Bandhaka deba 3919901^ €J«I 9Q9I — To borrow 
^p$ C^fS^I money by pledge or mortgage. 

[Q$9 999Ij 9§9 TOI(G9)Q9I — 8l9i%a] 

■■<&&©(©) ©flfl-OT. 3. (9©Q«1)— 9«9 991 a^qiGQ 
Bandhaka(ki) nilama 8I9I999 ^IQ 999 S$§jQ 
^f\ fa*PI 39l€h 9$£J— Court auction in exe- 

- qa^^ft PfcriW cution of a mortgage-decree. 

■9^9 6991— 69, §. <9©Qa)— q« G9Q eus>9Q gfls^ 
Bandhaka neba 9l39^ 3%3 Q§9I — To advance 
t^jr sr^Bfl money on pledge or mortgage. 

gpsrarirar (999 9^9!— ^ffn^a) 

<:9$9(©) fl9Q(Q)fll — GQ. 9. (9©Q2fl) — 999 q$ 9199 
Bandhaka(ki) makada(dda)ma SSTI Wl«3 QIQ9 
*Rft CTrWTl 8IQ WI99 41199 9{flG9 99?{9 
^«ni»tg^?rr W^l — Mortgage suit, 

*9®9 9991— €9. 5— * I 999 6991 ( G9S ) 

Bandhaka rakhiba 1, Bandhaka deba ( See ) 

*m 3f*ri > I 939 €991 ( G9<3 ) 

S^TO T^RT 2. Bandhaka neba ( See ) 

-3. 9. %1.— (9© ai9+9<§. 89+1,1 §> G3 OQ- 
Bandhaki gjjflQ 99^ 99Q 9GQ 9*U G3 QQ- 

9%<a9 gsagq 9« CTioaw)— 1 1 wag ^ 

&°W3>1j tjfttl — 1- An adulteress. 


^ I ^99,1.^2. Harlot, an \ qqhi ^|_3. A barren 

or childless woman. | qgj 99^1 9!«G9 

«M99 99& 991 9SI qjQ?l9i 9g— 4, Mort- 
gaged property; pledged article. 

* i 9§SI — 5, A female elephant. 

G9- 9—9^9 — Mortgage, 

W. 961 — 9§9 sm,@lQ — Relating to mortgage. 

99 $91— giG9. (^QaQ) $"— caifliq G'aiQl — 

Bandha kucda Digging of a pool. 

9» ©Q — 9". 9. (9^ + 9^ = G§9-*)— <. 19^9 Q39I9 
Bandha tantra G9f9Q 959^ — !• A kind of battle- 
array. 5 1 q$ 12B9IQG9 W ©$90' GSM — 
2. The four divisions of army (foot, horse 
elephant and chariot) arrayed in the form 

of an embankment^ *> | ©QQCf QQQ<i 
( 3919, W, 9g1, Q£i )— 3. The four 

divisions of the army (infantry, cavalry, 
elephant and chariot)* 

989 — *. 9. (9^ai^+Qj9. 319) — V I 91991 5^1 — 

- Bandhana 1. The act of binding, j \ 2l9Gqiij 

Sl^9— 2. Eestraint. * | QigQqa— 3. 

Confinement; imprisonment ▼ | 9|aj. 
9©99 — 4. Obstruction; hindrance; obsta- 
cle. * 1 qojaaQ — 5. Regulating; controlling 
9 I CT$a9Q 9^61—6. Raising of a 
dam. 9 1 ( H-9QS1. «© )— $9j SOfl*— 

7. Stalk, r | 9^5 9^9; 9©il> 8°9I — 

8. Murder; slaughter, e I 91^19 qflf — 

9. The feathers tied at the tail o£ an 
arrow. < • | ETiajfift— 10. Knot <.*. | QQty 
9i^9l 9S£§) — 11. Ligature; stringy chain; 
fetters; band. ^5 I 9^1991 fl*1— 12. 
Bandage. <• | («^>9) a©9 91 ^C1I99S>S 

qq^ ©I 1 ®$©©£U g S9 acnofj. 9^IQ 

QI^QI — f 3. Ligaturing or bandaging of a 
wound after a fall or an operation. 

£ 2— %a 9G9 V* 99IQ9 99999 fKIIQl G9®1~ 

^i@, sieii — «.. %%q, >. witr^i, • awal, v "g9I€!, 

* 9lfl # 9 9^G9^9, 9 9G919, r q§Q, (i ^Q91, 

<.* saw, ^ «|l, ^ ©1©, ^* 99$ 6 V* 99191] 

i* I a<S09Q g^ Qi9 (§. a.)— 14, Joint of 

the body. O | ^93 ^9IS99 : — 15. Siba; 

MahSdeba. t9 I Slia<i§^9j S|j£#S9 r 9 

9^Q9I- 910199^1 — 16. Restraint of semi- 
nal discharge. 


9SG9Q9I 


( *•*$> ) 


Q®\; 


G9. 9 — 9I$Q Q\0} 91®$! 9\0; S3QS1 O^QCM— 
%. *iQG>, Q?i§ , 90Q A timber tree; Ougenia 
fefi*b %s[ ^P^iT, SJH^i Dalborgoiodes. 

ftMmi; few [ 9— <I9IQ 910 s$j <§ QtiGjerQ 1 <@ 

QIOGQ «€19Q G9«I9 ©8Jia $<i (<3|GSai^ <9IQ 3". 
OI9 Qag ,>3 9S$QIQCG» a* $& 8G9 I 9©G9 ac©9 
€13 <9S 9G$ G9IS* <J9IQ TO© 9lfl QS>9 ? <9f 
9919, 6§>9I 6 3a<t$Q9Q 9W6Q 9g» E 993 

qq, $g| — £ 1 q$|. 9<$ — 1. Confined, bound* tied 

^ I qci — 2- Charmed. 

PGCfl AS? SGQ €9199 

9©9 9€J9I — G9. $ — 1 1 9!WI — I. To tie; to confine, 

Bandhana kar'iba ^ | 9QQ 9Q9I <. + ^ (69^) 

^R ^It ^pT ^?fT 2. Bandana kariba 1+2 

(See) 

9$9 gsT— q°. 9- (f*|l OOjlWO + flS)— GQ9Q S§Q 

Bandhana granthi. Q| G&IOQ 919 ( g. €L ) — 

A bono of any joint of the body, 

qw aiQ— *. 9. (9QS>+ai» ai^+9$. fl)— Qiqaio- 

Bandhana pala $$© (§. Q.) — Jailor, 

9®9 69€1— £• S>-9iqei!Qi 9<lW»lj CM^KM— 
Bandhana besma , Jail; prison. 

Q®QSq — s. 9 (<§1 c^) — sfica mi G9©iq 91 

Bandhana bhaya 9fq9<9 G99IQ ^SSI — Fear ot 

being tied down or impri- 
soned, 
9®9 q$-9. 9*. (*«fl 99)— 9916991^ q$? ^91 — 
Bandhana mukta Untied; emancipated. 

(9<8P q§, 9<S?G> GSIOO— 9) 
0©9 €JS — *■ 9, ( v al ©9)— 9IWIQ 9^9 — 
Bandhana rajju A rope for tying, 

q$© eii&9— e. 9 (?<si 9©)— awifliq 9§ , iai<i; 9i$9iq 

Bandhana sadhana QQ9QSl-Contrivance used in 

binding or tying. 

o@q' $H— «r. 9 <*a1 ©©)— a$si9£^9lW9 <aj* — 

Bandhana stambha Tying post. 

9€>9I$>— 3. W. 3°— 99I699IQ RQqg— 

Bandhanarha Fit to be tied; deserving confine- 
(9®QI9I $1) ment or imprisonment. 

€>©ca— s. 9. (9® ai§+9Q«a ao+sj. $)— * I9i$9l. 
BandhanI QQ$— 1. Tying rope. ^ | 36^13^9 
GGQSq^g^Q 9»9IQ%p— 2. Ligature. 


* I G99Q GI$GQ gQI G^lt aq (a. «.)— 
3, Thick veins in the joints of the body. 

* I giw* % ; 69?a3 9l9iq. 91 aor^ ^££0 
©QIQ9I0IQ 919$© <j"G$IQ 91 <p£TQ9a% 
qq_4. Brackets; paranthesis. 

[ O— <9| q,Qg«»|Q 3211— t. I G<59$<a ( ), 

Simple brackets; first bracket. ? ( ^f Q9^q [ } 
Second brackets. •> iQfii*"^^], Third brackets. 
•^ 1 QQflipi Brace. G3^ g°^|q|p^ ^3GQ 

<^ qo *a OQ ai4 QI9IQ QiA ei5}stGQ g^gac^ 
oqsjKi, <19» qS^gq 9^?nQ laqoo 

9^«iq— 3. M — (^ Ml^+Qtf afllCj)— 3191 9*1 99IQ 
Bandhaniya Qag^^Capable of being bound j 

deserving confinement. 
3. 9— G^SLj G9iS) (§. fl.) — Bridge. 

Q©QIS>— 69. 9— fgfllffW 99QQ )— '. I aigf^ 
Bandha barda «t9IQ9l QIC? g»?o 9«> 6 9IQ — 
%s^^l; C 5 ®^ 1, Embankment and dyke. 

*rN j> i (Qadiia) 91*19% a$^— 2. (figurative) 

Obstacle; check, 

q© Qi©Ql— G9. *— ©oq.a»lQ QSQiaiQ^Gg^ Q$$ 

Bandha bandhiba 9Q9| — To raise ajdyke o r 

[ Q® 9 < 5 , i(G^)Q9I — W«r%a ] bridge or embank- 


3tq%rl my*iviHi 


ment^ 


OS^OQI- G9. Z— Olffl39iGQ QqjQ^i ^|Q ©q 
Bandha bhangiba 9*IS[1SI QQ9I — To cut somer- 
^tWtfl ^^e1 3T5RNt 35R!fT saults. 

€9. 9 — 9GIQS31 €9^ PQQ 91 MI9£jQ 9^Q 
f!*(€tMt QGf— 1 Collapse of an embankment 
3TOgCTT due to rush or excess of water. 

(wqofl9i— »S*%3) 

Q©(«$€i20— 9G9 (W«) 9— QCT© (G93T) 
Bandha(ndhi-)ria Kangan (See). 

Q^fii— glG9 (Q^IQ) 9— (9*+S9Jg£ Q)— Cgj 5 
Bandhali GB!«q — H00I3 small tank. 

9^1— 69. 9— (?l . 9» anj)— ^ I 9«»G> ■fqi— 1 % Tha 
Bandha act of binding, i | ao^ qjq g,^ g^.- 

^t«f1 2. Surety; security. * I 999 — 3. Mortgagej r 
^9R ftt«d SWRT ^"Wt ^Wsft'd pledge. 

vicyiGaiaQ SJISff^a f!9IQO 99SGQ ftsg 
0|. Qs©9g— 4 ^pledge,. 


WIQ 


V ***$> ) 


9QI WW 


«« ««)] 0a «g <&f ea qq GvlQ q§ qi$ i 

^t«Tt J I qd<l g^O; CJ«fl9Q31 — 5. Restraint of 

€pCT seminal discbarge. 

£ I §§©sS G92JOQ§^s — 6. Continence. 
G9. M— * I 9SQ OQ1 aiQ^i) 9$ — 
#Tl %§3C 1. Bound; tied, ) i 9§9 Q3<3|Q?[9|— 

2. Pledged; mortgaged. * | gigoa'wfiWj— 

3. Observing continence. 

( Sieil — qg 9Q9I^ G9GG* 9<5?l €}£9I^9§)9 I ) 

* i tog©©,*}* ea Qa,qQ 9dl§9 to?— 

4» Practising self restraint. ■* ) £i9Q$j» — 
5. Restrained; confined. p-| qq^ — 6, As- 
certained; settled- s> | aagiQ^Kj — 
7 .Unchangeable; permanent^ hard and fast. 
r i qqp; W* saQ * ©?W€Q q^q 5 api— 
8. Paved; made of masonry. 
9$IQ-69. 9- ( *• W® ) — ^ ! 9Q 2*9 91^91 — 
Bandhai 1. Binding ( of books ). 

q r ^ r % 2. Binding charges. 

Q®I(G®)Q9I — G9. 2. ( 9$ ai^Q So ) — 

Bandha(ndhe)iba * I 9I$9J «^|Q 8o^ ^q — 
5ft*!t=( 3*^131^ 1. Causative of Bandhiba. 

(TO»Q9I— afiNqq) ■> I 9$ Q9IQ9I — 2. To raise 

a dam or dyke. 
«i$ OS} ct« ai« €0««, sGSQa ai« q§ a%e-oa i 

Q&l 6©Q — G9. 9— $3^ 6«a^^a^l!Q gqg SWfllGQ 
Bandha okila 5>qjjJ .^pqaK— One's retained 

^Tfal ^f^ ^JT 4HicH pleader. 

G>$l €9IS>— W- 9— <!Q S9I9 9G9€l1q 9Q9I- 
Bandha kobi f W ^f*f ^ *Tfrft Cabbage. 
[ q— < CSI9Q S§)9lft GQItlOa €9lQ 9» G9lQai<l l] 

qs»I ci(q)©— G9.9(S.9<s>+a©)^ I «aw>6^ q» — 

Bandha gay*ha)ta 1. Dnchangeablo practice. 

<1*t T5^ * I WS Sl^GQ 919© 6991 G99Q 49 

eNt *RT 39IQQ SlQ — 2. One fixed melody or tune 

(9§>l %9 — 3IQHQG) set in a musical instrument, 

* I ©Q% 8$>Q 91 ©$9 — 3 - Hard and fast rule. 

Q®| Q§©— W. 9. ( *. 9^ + 9199 )— SO^ 9199 «9 
Bandha gahaki G9IQIff%@Si9© QGO S$9l ©4 — 
€t*fl <Sft^ Regular customer (of a tradesman). 


9$i QI* -€9. 9. ( e. 9$ + Q| )- q$\ 91 Q2IQ 93IQ 
Bandha ghata qsjq gg <3iQ?{9i Ql*; 9^1 Q!$— 
*Tfa1 ^ti> A maaonry bathing ghat; paved land- 
#^T ^T5 ing place* 

G$l qQQ— G9. 9. ( e. 9^+0-1. €J9Q )— t I 6^ 
Bandha chakara ^qq q q $ q Q ^ Q $ QQ Q{i fa. 

<*!<! tin ©Q9I Q|Q*€|©€l QQ^io—l. A regular 

^f •il^»^ servant; a whole-time servant , 

* I SIS' ^1969 S)^9 $pi -2. Permanent 

(9<SI q©Qa, 9® I OQQQ— a&i^q) servant*- 

9®l q©(g)Q— C9. 9. ( e. 9^ + e«. ^©Q )— 

Bandha chaka(ki)ri "J I &§fy q§ mo. @qg c^OQQ 
ft«T( Bt^pft 9^j aiS^QQ*i9| -1. Service for doing a 
%«ftTO^ particular work, f | g|al e^QQ — 

2. Permanent service^ * | 9Q ^|Q 3569©** ■ 

QWI9 €9G» 9tq ^Q9J q|q ^99 — 

3. Whole time service. 

9»l «OI — €Q. 9* ( <39ia r G9ia9 390^ 99 ) — 

Bandha chhanda 9g 91 g^ 9 ^^ Q g q9| OTO f^ 
Ct^Tl fl?l ^ SflS9l — Borrowing money by mort- 
^VR? ^q: ^ging or pledging or otherwise 

encumbering one's property., 

Bandha chhandg heba 1, To be detained or 
33 *ft^5 qrataftii ^tfT arrested and bound, 

Qi GQS9 ff®| 801 G9^ -091 ©8gco§ I 

5 I (909) 9W 92D99I — 

2. To be pledged or pawned. 
QW Ql^— G9. 9— (3. 9^+9^) -V I q§9 91$ — 
Bandha danta Artificial or false tooth. 

Q©l 9@— G9. 9. — (S. 9^4-^9)—^ I G9G0Q 9^»- 

Bandha diha ©giq GW91 GSll^L ^901^0 a<33Q — 

ft*Tt *fffa 1. A man'e body strengthened by some- 

^Kll4*r '^T days' rest. ^ | 9^0^19^© 9Q 

^91 ©3ISL ^Q aqQ — 2. One's body 

strengthened hy- continence or cessation 

of sexual acts- 

€»©l GQQI— S9. «. — $& 99^1 ©€l G9ta§ 99^^ 
BandhS deba «9l^ 8$&tf£ 9^9 ^gQ 991©'^ ©9^ 
^TMt^Wl Q 6 ^ 9Q91 — ^^o pledge or mortgage 
[9$l 99I(G9)Q9I— SQi%aJ; aoy property with 
swro^mr tlbe creditor^ 


•qpkP*;. 


(r *#♦!- ) 


9$ 


-,;,,, .. filo «a V9 si*y , T 

Bands nata Hoarded cash. 

bIq aQ sisgq eg c$i&gv gas 

9®l .-©qq— €Q. ^.-Wiw 9! aaw^fiiq &qs — 

Bai>da niyama Hard and fast rule; fixed and 

3 fat $WN 3§3r, 3TOT firoi immutable rule. 

^@l Q®$|— G9. §. — * t TOH 9n^ 9IQ©j90 G99I — 
.^ Bandha par^iba 1. To stand security for 

f faT 9(551; W\$R ^611 3I?SPK *^r another. 

(9$i s§si— asw^g) 9 f (cete9 9g) q<a ©gg$ 

SQIOT QQSCQ 9$Q Q<Sl99l— 2. (a pro- 
per ty)»To be pledged or mortgaged -with 
a creditor *> | sdq^ 9§9I — 3. To be 
confined or detained. 
^©1 Q^— G9. 9. — (e 99+aq}— Gd^ C€L SWI 
Bandha pasu «^GQ 9^1 Q§ 2il< 6 ©Q9I%S§) 
<ffat TO Qst S3I<J Q|| —A beast always kept tied 
span <J^J up and not let out to graze; stable-bred 
lQ~ Ml— GQIQI, QQ\Q l] or gtall-fed animal. 

■9©!'€n8- GQ. 9. — (a. s^ + eisisp a%9 Q«ii £»q$qi 

Bandha pani £Q 3 2fi9<$) 91 gtlfi©!^ ©a — 
^ t*Tf ^ ^Stf 5t€T,fcP5IT TPfl" Stagnant water, 
Wl Q® -GQ, P.— e I 2iGW.9g 9I$9I 3§£JI — 
Bandha bandhi ; l.The act of tying down many 
=f fat *ftft eifsiT qfRf thitigs. j | g^g^GQ 

91^91 — 2. Binding a thing strongly or 
securely. * ( aGGilfciGQ 9|$9lj SQIS©- — 
3. Mutual tying; binding each other. 

- "*;l aewsfciq 5>£jg — 4. Hard and fast rule. 
gq. w.— aqwi; S>^% (S>£|9)— 

Hard and fast (rufe). 
Q®l-9®— G9. «.'—(?. 9$+2fl. 9^a> — GSJ^ QgQQ q^i 
BandbS bahi g#QQ M 3©iGQ 9$i G9IQ Q§ qacQ 

/■*trtw' -~4f*iij!uii ^ si&a AQt flQi G9iQaw— 
^ ■*, ' ' Bouad book. 

^^fl$(@)©(GQ)Q t-G9.;9— (?♦ 9«j> +m, y$q>— 

=j BaildfaS mau(ha)ki(ke)la - G^dGQfi^g^g qOo^QQ 
^''^MfgpiOff S»SQ Ql§ — Regular client ota lawyer. 


Bandhitra" <'| QiaGQQ; flQO— 1. Cupid. ^ | (~f 
QQ€1. 0§) ) «§qai-G99; 91© — 2 S Love; 
attachment. « | (+q& q^) o^ 4 Q*,©ff_ 
3. Leather fan, 

Q»1— «T. M. ^ p — ( Q« ai^+Q© )— Q«| G9IQ^|— 
Bandhi (Q^cn — %|) Bound; tied down. 

W— ff,"$— (9^ ai^+Q^. Q. G3 G»?9iq Q^O 
Bandhu ^G9)— e I aqlq. 9^. ^j Q; ^ Qff _ 
1. RelativB; kinsman; a connate. 

W WIQSIIQ »a } ©g gQ CII^GQ 9919 9@^giq' 
G9Q5IOQ: 3GCr «IJftf al< Gg51IQ^ 9@ (Cognate) 
GQIQ3I<»5 Q§ 91 G«ll^iQ QQ$p\QqT %$q %%<£ 
ai<] Gg^lW q|3 (agnate) G9IQQK I qtHAICQ 

m GfliWi eg 9^iG^aQGQi§© i g©^ ^ gl€Q 
9<^©5) sgfQ:— aq9« ; ' sai— ^|asT g a> V ^ Q 
fit1«Q"q« qqiIq isiiw*; Jaai-q^gi 1 g©. Q<Si 
— ja'ai:— §6jqi 1 ] * _ * *^ 

> I 9tf; ^$0— 2. Friend; fast friend. 

[g— 9S 4f ^fa 6 g«i sly <Q gf CQ 

, aaci© SGQQ qpo G9IQei^ — 

<9« q° QGQ<a> ; qnslds g«)| 5)o 8 | % ] 
*-| gtf£jl— 3. Lover, w j q«q ^ ^_ 
4- Pentapetallua Phoenicia. X | Q^_ 
5. Kinsman; agnate. 9 j g Q |_6 Father 
(Apte). g> 1 g| Q ,_7. Mother (Apte) 
r I QM— 8. Brother (Apte). < ", g^ ^- J 
9. One's beloved person. *• , g Q ^ g ^_ 
_ f 10. Father's brother's son, KK .\ gq^i 
, -991^9 Q^ (9. a.)-ll. A constant helper. 
t^ I k%V QG^I9G9 ( 9. «. )~-12. Name o£ 
/ - . a Sanscrit metre 

^. 9«t— ^ I (acw as? gccr qg €9GR) s<ja— 

^ I! Equal to (when added to another word ) 

" 9®OfrTO09Vte— w A. wi© 1 

l > I (80, «©, 9S, fl^j s>9 a© QGQ qg G9GQ) 
"p ; I eiOOQ. (qiQOQ — 2. Inferior to. 
■ ^^^-§©9^ ^ <399®_ SI9 9m^ 9(991 
, v : ., .: ^(q^_2: A name by ^iiich persons nWed 
Brajabacdhu etc are called. < ^ ■ . \ 


( iMfefttf- v ) 


;«• «n : $ 


"W«D— gi..'(J3Qi) 9t-(3. 9$)—*. I 9® — 1 Friend. 
Bandhua ^ ^rt sp^TT -> I g SJQfl. 9^— 

2, One's dearest person% 

: "Q®(®)0— S. 9 — (99 N ai^+QViaff) — 9^64 (G93) — 
Bandhu(ndhu)ka Badhuli (See) 

q^J QQ9==9<&9 QtflQ S)G1 Q9GQ 92B8IQ ^Ql 

9^ 91 fl©)— ffiQoi% 9s>1 ; aegqi^— 

G-unj musket, 

[ 9—9$ 9 3G#9g9iQ gai:— GSiateiQ 

(muzzle loader)^^^ (match lock), ggQ 9I 
Q$® (pistol), qqer^ (Rifle), §©G<g$ (Breech 
loader) r QCQ% Q<5MJ (Revolver) <§ $>q f gj q| qqiq 
(Cannon) I OG^ q9G!£j Gai^lSIGQ 4 2i%QI9 . 

<?TOiQ qs$9iq gg:$ 9go i ^§togwgq 

■■GHTOftQ Olfl 9fl 91 9f9l9Q I ^ 

ffQ— G9S? Q« fla^SQ 9I%9 €JN 6 £§*Q ^Q9IG^ 
-qj) 2(5? g<lQ s ^<3— Muzzle. q^j 91 §$_ ^ 

9lO StdiGQ GQ9 Cp 951 SIlQeilO — Stock. £<£» — 
GflQ 9IO ^iq Oft QQG}^ 9IG£> GtQJJ3|< — 
Ramrod, QGq— q$OI% Bl©. S3, q]q|Q CCIlOQ 
XflO, «|9 31^91 0SG9 9W»GQ 9h9§Q) — Pallets 
W 91 qpl-^GSQ atai G«9 $iq ; qa^ ^ g,Q 
■sqaw— Balls. 9lQ$R— 9isp 6 qeeg 99a — 

Cartridge. G$l§ — 9<$9QQQ COGS ^|Q| gg 
9IGS ©QflaiS 9t%9£Q S>2fl* .QQIQ9I QIQ* GQQ* 
f9& 9h9^Q ^<— Concussion caps. GQI9I — 

, €3Q SQa^taeQeft wq fl©GQ©tf sgq — 

Trigger- G©i©l 91 «0©l— -'COQ ©a* 9»©l 

Match. ] 

^©9WI$— G9G9. 9<%< 9G9+ffl. «W$)— 9W 
Bandhuka abaj €T$9iQ €19 — The sound* or 

^[ ^ stf^te report of a gun when it is fired 3 
3<*^3»3ITOnr booming ol a gain. 

-989Q2HQ— G9. 9— s»G«^l^ 91991991^ 9i§ — 
Bandhuka uala Gunner; rifle-man. 

(999 ^28Q, OWaiqt 9®£9IQ— «9^9) 


9®9 »!(Q)gQt— G9. .3.(591*"- -9<jQ+S. Q<a)— 9®9§f 
Bandhuka na(la)chhiba 9IQ9GQ agSTGOlGP 

^p -^Nrt(irWt) 0^9 9I9J aQ«!,«9 9Q9I— 

55^^ <HI«(l(^l^*lO (UKH!) To flre a gun; to shoot. 
9«59 OOl(GO)Q9l, 9M»ff%l(G*)Q9l, 
9«^ ^1991, 9^*" ff<J9 9Q9I, [ — Bffiqp 
9^9 QIQ9I V 

Q©0 §f9Q|— G9. 3— aa G9IQ39I 9«9% 90JQ 
1 Bandhuka phitijiba - ^rf qi9|£$q ^q^ er^ 

^5 ^r» Wd G9IQB9I— To fire suddenly 

^Psr^T ^EslMI and automatically ( said of 

(9^9 ert99l,— SJ9H%a) a gnn being accidentally 

fired ) # 

: Q©9 ff^l— G9. 9 ( ffl. 90<J0 + e. G*«0 )~^ |"ag-. 
Bandbuka phuta e©ai€l ^IQ 9<^ 9Q -399^9 ^iQ 
9^9 £T<Q s j Q9QlQ€l— 1. Tha firing 

9<&0 STiQll of a'gun; the discharge 

; 9«*0- Siq [ ^ of a gun; gunfire. 

,^^^t QSJI99 Q9— 2. The sound of 

3-M4iffiH I gunfire; booming of a gun. 

Q©99@— 3. 9 ( £11 9© 5 9®9 W W )— ^1 — 
Bandhukabandhu The sun 

Q« QQ9I— GQ. ^—9^91^91 (G9«) 

Bandhukariba ^ Bandhu bandhiba (See)' 

I Q©q^q— ff. 9 ( 9GWIS9 ?1999 €19)— 2lqG9i£> 6 

Bandhu kutumba ^SGll^ «iql^ — Relatives aod 

kinsthenj one^s kith and kin. 

q$ Q9— G9. 9. — ^ I 91S9Q q9—t. The house of 
Bandhuojbara a relative, 9 I 9$Q 0Q9IQ — 
^p^ft ^S^ ^* ^^ e ^ am ^y °^ a relation^ 

O® OQq— 69. 9— («. 9® G>©i)— g«l€10 9@qr9 ^?I9- 
Bandhu charcha Entertainment of relaitivea or 
?^rc^fr ftg«»hW - guests. 

Q®©9— 51°. 9— t I 9^9^ 99€Wl5 9fl^lGC»— 
Bandbujana 1; Relatives; the body of one's rela- 
tives. J\ G9l^§ 9« — 2. Any friend or 

relative- 

, o©(»)a©— *°. ^.— [9«^+Q («)+«^+a]— 

i Bandhu(ndha)jiba , 9^Q (G9«) Badhuli (See) 

•£9$ (@) «n99— aotqp] 9^1. 9^_sai9N «w H 9 ; 

.WOOfll*— Sincerely devoted to one's friend. 


9©®l 


( *•*• ) 


?*fifc ; 


~ Bandhuta (twa) 9§)©| — 1. Friendship, 3 | ggKK 
2, Attachment. • | Q©^©^ q°a9 — 3. Inti- 
macy, v J Q|$Q q$j4f — 4. Ralationship. 
* I (+3S9lG^©l) 9© 339 I — 5, Friends. 

W^eWM— TO. 5 W— 9p«l giq— 'By relationship; 
Banduta sutre <J^si^&3 by friendship- 

^pi^it [9®©i s$6Q— affi%a] 
wo? — g°. $ (e<23 4 o)— $J» sca^j 9919 sac*j 

Bandhudatta sgasii £©|g|©| <$ qQaWOlQ 99^ 

9»3[9I a9 — { Hindu Law ) A class oE 

woman's own property consisting of gifts 

of her relations at the marriage. 

9*9r— q°* 9. (w + Qi ai§+9$. «+qJa)— <> 1 ^_q- 

Bandhuda G^sfl %1 (§. a) — 1. A wicked woman. 

> I G9€fl! (§. €l)— 2, Prostitute. 

9$Q— *°. W. 3.° (99 + 91 aiq==Qgi9Q9l+9(f> a)— 

Bandhupa ^S3 aetfl 9$$_ Q9IOGQ— One who 

(9OTI — $) saves his friend 

Q©^0Qfl<a— TO. 9 — (a* ^ft+aaflo^gpi^—WQ 

Bandhu parima^a 8QQ9; f$$^| 9$ 3 ^9^ — 
^? *ife^ 4^4 Idt** The indications of a good 

relative or friend. 

01 QQSQ, 63191 ^OQ 9«tf 
9$ QQflO, CQ^GQ 9G9 I 00. 

9$>G>SQI— G9. $ — 3913919 ^Q SQQ G9fa? 9«i^ 
Badhubaslba ggfif U&S^w glOO 9Q9I— To set 
5Uj*lWt=( il ^dU i UMI up a god-relationship with 

a person^ 

Q^OISO— TO. 9— M9IS9 WOQ €19)— 9$_6 $|HI9- 
Bandhu bandhaba Kith and kin; relatives acd 
ipffi%3 ^g^prera kinsmen 

S9 919? a«tQ£« I &GQI8, QQ90. 

Qfi> QI©QI— TO. 3— »Td)9 9i$ 91 98 <&£r 9919 

BandhubSndhibS Q$Q §[q 9991 giQQ 0991 — 

~^t^3t To establish relationship -with a person 

CT3?t* ^5TT or family by marriage. 

Q$ §QI9— TO. 9 — (3°. 9«+«. 99IQ)— V I G9T«§ 

Bandhu bidaki Q^9 QQSaSGQ ©oS© G9IQ *l§g9l 

^jftrhr, *reft 9W9flMj 99i£|G99i q^gq qsshq 

^^C 9«99l 9W" <§ 91$ 40999— 1* Presents 
and passage-money or honorarium given 
to guests and relatives on their departure 
after attending ceremonies. > I $8,919 


BIQ WQO 9®JII0«? WiqTOQl— 2. Bidding 

adiew to guests after a social function. 

Q© GQQQ-S9. 9 (*. 99+919919)— G9?^19 CIQ9IQ9 

Bandhu bebhSra Q^9G9 9§ 9ll©Qf 9£iGQ 

$aG©fo©Q SH9I9 QQI9 — Exchange o£ gifts 

between relatives and friends on the occasion 

of social ceremonies. 

9$ fldfolQl— TO. 9— (tf. 99 + 9SWI9I) — « I 9§qr £9 
Bandhu marjyada gqjfr ^$19 — 1. Respect due 
Tp3[|5i to a relative or friend, 5 | ©^^«j $gq 
^il*l«*K Q^9I9^ 95USI© 99 QTQ 3glQ 91 G99J 

2, Entertainment of relatives and guests. 

* I 9$ 991© ( TO© ) — 3. Bandu bidaki ■ 
(See), v 1 Q^€9QQ ( G9SI ) — 4- Bandhu 

bebhara (See). 

Q©(©)Q— ff. 9«-( 9^ v ai^+9(|. qq 5 s^9)— 

Bandhu(ndhu)pa < | Q^qiqo©. ^siqq. sb^qi 

[9«_(»)q*- q]] «I99»- «uq ga- «qg^_l. Un- 

(9*TO[S] ""9) eve Dj undulting; wavy; rough. 

-> I 9^Q— 2. Deaf. • | Q q H . ggjQ— 

3. Beautiful, v | ggpg^i — 4. Harmful. 

* I Q3 9tf© — 5. Humble. 

«T. 9—? I 99GT; afifl— 1. Bird. > \ 99. ^ 

2. Paddy-bird. • | 9°g— 3. Duck; gander. 
v I qjji — 4, Crown; diadem. * | 9991- 
ffifl (g. a) (GQ«t)— 5. Kakar^§gru£gJ 
(See) p J Qap, £K) (g. a.) ( TO« )— 
6 Badhuli(See). $> | g§; €«©— 7. Den; 
hole, r l QaGQ 91 Slif)SQ giQ^ 9§9IQ 90 
(§». €J.) — 8 The driver's seat in a car or 

carriage. 
S>@(© A )Q-*. 9. *l— (9«H-*L n)—\ \ qQ^|. q«icj|... 
Bandhu(ndhu)ra 1. Adulteress; unchaste wo- 
man* 
e. M — '9§G}'q tffilflr— Feminine of 

Bandhura. 
QS^O— 9 9- 9!—^ I G9aQQ5 ^Q^Q^I %10l^ Qq%- 
Bandhula g^|« (g t g) — 1. Bastard, j | G9d*iK 
(9QQI — %1) 49 — 2. Whoreson. 

9. 9< — t I ¥Kt.(8- €l)— I, Beautiful. 

5 I 93 (§. 9) — 2. Humble. . 
Q®«1— S 9— 9©p (GOfl) 

Bandhuli Bandhuli (See) 


Q^S&Q 


( **0t ) 


90> 


W^MK> — ff.9— (0fl) ©«; 9@+g£r9) — WtWW 

Bandhu samparka q®<si\ qj g^— Tie established 

(9® W«— WQTqp) by marriage. 

©$>Q — 3. 94. — i. I 9®Q — I. Uneven, J- | GS»|CtQ— 

Bandhula 2. Soft, *> \ ?iqsi gjj— 8. "Whore- 
son; the son of a harlot. 

*. 9.— 9aQ (GQ«) — Badhali (See) 

Bandhali Badhali (8ee) 

9G©I— e. p. (99«9Q SG9laa $,s) — (9^g©qG*U») 
Bandho G9 $<$ j — Oh friend \ 

9®H— £. 9fl« SL°* (99 ai^+Qtf. 3)— \ I W GQICh; 
Bandhya Q^Oi9 — 1. Fit to be tied; deserving 
(Q®mI — 3,1) confinement. 

[Q«i9l(q) — 9] > I 91% TOS19; ©$Q (Q9) — 

2. Fruitless; sterile; barren, (tree) 
* I @8^lff (919,)— 3. Childless, 
e. 9.—* I 99 — 1. Dam. y \ ea|^— 

2, Bridge; culvert. 

wii— a. w. 41.— (9<sw+%l a)— «. 1 s$iGQiqi9- 

Bandhya . a$J<g9Ij QI^H — 1. Sterile (woman). 

S. 9- — *. I QWI QJIiqji Q9QI9SI6Q QO^Of 

G9IQS19I 99ir— "1. A girl who has attain 

ed puberty before marriage. / \ qg^ 

^)fl^ Q9i9G€IS — 2 e Name of a medicinal 

scent. • I efilieeqOQGM — 3. A sort of 

vaginal disease 

QW\ 96«te«r— *• ^— K I ©§ 9G9 r |$Sl5§€>l $WQ9I- 
Baudbya karkotaki 1. A kind of bitter cucur- 
^® ^fat^H 1^5 ^t^?t bitatious fruit; Memor- 
qf *MslWiH STTFRVhtel dica Diocicamale. 

CT, 9G% GaiGCM,^ Q% <9i 2^ 9€T, 9«ief 

9WI<3I, 08 Q9Q, 9<3 9SI9S1 ' OISI9 I] 

3. Q©£l QGSWfl -> I 9IQ2D Olffft <1Q 

q, 91* 96«iKa 39 IQ W ViTO — 

GO. GGH9WI199 2- A cucur bitatious fruife 

with soft thorns over the rind» 
en | agi^ 2D (G9«)— 3. Ashar^hua (See) 

©«hi$©— e. 9— 9<m «1q a? fl Q wp ?* aote <*§r 

(9$«il W-^ ~ 89*^9) A physically impossible 
thing (like the son of a barren woman), 
^® — 3. 9. (9«^l$+Q^— GQSj $99; <j3— 


Bandhra 


Belly. 


Q«— 91. 9..(ff. 9§)— 9§ — 
Banna Colour, 

TO- 9«. — 9&ig; qSo; QfiflQ— Coloured, 
(aai— 9©fll?, 9090<3I I) ^ 

Q€QQQI— £HGQ. (9^099)— 3.— ( QO. 8* 9?l®^> 

Banneiba 90Wl)— 6£>IQ9lj ^IQ^IQ E1MIQ 

9Q9I — To sweep with a broom, 

qqh— ». m. — (90+q^iGa 6 ©iQieaa)— *i94ft 

Banya qg> g^lsj — 1, Relating to forest; wild; 

(QGil— 41) sylvan, j I 9091*1— 2. Living in- 

the forest. * I QQ£>|® — 3 t Produced in 

the forest; growing wild. 

3. 9«. — ^ I 9* 6fija— 1. Wild arum. 
) I ^Q Q«liq. (g. a^giGlG?) (G9«> 2. Bhuin 
kakharu (see) * I fltf (g- 3.) —3. Conch, 

9»H 9@— «. 9. ( ©^1 )— «j^a »§— 

Banya jantu (Q0««||9— OQHqp) Wild animal^ 

Q9H Qq^— «. 9- (9&U) — 9« 9I©I— 

Banya baraha Wild boar. 

99Sl-e. 9. ( 99— eQ+q*irlGa ®+®> ^® M 
Banya 2i$$h + $l9iG3. a + ^JI )— e. I aQfliifilj. 

^^q^,(5 — i^ Range of forests, 

^ t 99I5 Oft0l99 — 2. Flood; inundation. 

* I q9a&I — 3. Pheseolus Trilobus. v f 
GdlQIQ 9^1— 4. A kind of wild fruit. 
+ I qSI; 9IQI — 5, Abrus Precatorius. 
9 I 9G3^l3 9^9— 6 - Aniseed; PimpinelJa 
Anisum. 9 I Q9qjl— 7. A sort of bul- 
bous grass root, r | Q^>a^l — 8. A species 
of zedoary. i* | a«J,a«l (G^S) (§. a.)— 

9. Aswagandha (See),. 

99(3130— «— < I W 9891—1. To sow seeds. 

Bap (root) > | q€JO QQ9»j €9?Q 9Q9I — 2, To 

shave. <w | ^Q| ^91—3. To weave. 

* I 9GW 0Q9li ^1 CIQGQ WiiaiQ 9Q9I — 
4. To put semen into a woman*s womb. 

* I <aig 6S&9!— 5, To mow grass., 

oa_* q. ( 99 v aiqt+q9. a )— 9B9 ( qw ) 

Bapa ^ Bapana(See> 


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-099 — e. 9 (90 ai$. 9^91? q§p 9Q9l + ^9. ao) — 
Bapana t \ ^p. eqg^. g£ ^gfQ| — 1. Sowing 

of seeds, y \ si^iai^ ©SSQ ££}l— 2 - Tne 

act or ceremony of putting semen into a 

woman's womb, an \ ggjg- ggfo ©#— ^ 

3. Shaving, 

v I QSp-, SJQi $5i9l — 4, Weaving, * | Q|q 

CSQ9I — 5. Mowing. 
-GQCO— 3. 9. ( 93^l§4-9Q<a. SJO + %1. $. ) — t ISJCII 
BapanI ^91 £WGa<3; $q ( QcrahCtl^) — 

1. Shuttle. j 1 Q^iqjQ a^Ga<3; «JQ— 2 - A 
razor,* * | (+2i$. 3G>) oqjqQ — 3. Loom- 
room, v 1 qsjiq oa^OIGQ 9§ €£!$« 
Gate* QSQ ( g. 9. ) — 4 A place where a 
barber shaves people^ 

«s>€H— s. 9. (9a v ai§+Q<§. a+q). si)— v 1 q®; ©5 — 
Bapa 1. Hole. ? | q^ 9i°g— 2. Flesh. * | ©9— 

3, Fat. 

-TO^a) ai. 9 ( £iio1q qqs ) ( e. 991 ) — 
sr*n (aia^ioiq 9sjsc€) qiq gq© g© 9fa$i 

3C^W) 951 ! ^I?.! — ( a tepm of endear- 
ment used to persons who are one's 

youngers). Oh son I 

^iq^— sq. 9. ( e- Q9«s-9ia qqq tsi. <,9 ) — <. 1 ^jo. 

Bapu ^ ^5 aq}Q 5 c«?9 — 1- Body. ; | 993. 
Gr*|3Q 9£j — 2. Might; strength. 

*> 1 a^ ; gqoi — 3. Power. 

€9108 CCOSfrS fclQ^ 

6Q56SI MffQ ACT Bfi V^-^l€«, 99I53QO. »OCS]!3 1 

9<3«— S. 9 (OT &!%+«$. 6J8; 1511. V9)— QQQ. GQ9— 
Baput Body, 

^©(fl)^— €9. 9<S ( *. 9q«© SS> ) — t | sq^-, 
Bapu ba(ma)nta fl^g^—i, Represented by 

3*p^ JjRflldj ^jfa" image; assuming a body or 

physical form; corporeal, 

931Q9KQ %& CQ 90Bl<5 

3 I caWhqjgi; Caiqfl^j— 2, Graceful. 

$q?99. ^9fQS QSff 


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BapubSlS 1. Strong, j \ ^€||ft9f^ — 2. Big- 
(QgplQ— %1) bodied. «i | ^?q— 3. Graceful. 

oq*l«— *. 9. ^1. ( Qoa+gagrca o^+^l. sn ) — 

Bapushtama * | g^lCTGaiQQI ^1—1. A woman 
with a very graceful body and limbs. 

2. Name of the wife of king JaDamejaya, 
the son of Parikshita, * | gQ^Qal qoIj 
§QQQ €Ig— 3. Hibiscus Mutabilis. 
Gqg^— €9. W. ft. 9q.TO W)— v I Qaai© (CQg)-. 
Bapushmanta 1. Bapushman ( See ) ^ j gagQ. 
SG99 — 2. In body; bodilyj corporeal 

Bapushman to.)— ^ , ^ Q 4 ^^ , . J paving 
a big and graceful body. 9 | »Q|a 

2, Corpulent. 

e. 9— «tK9Q| ?10Q q®l— Name of an ancient 
king of the mythological 8ajmali island, 
Q^l— e. M. a . (90 ai^ + SHi, O; 9g^ ap <g|. ^ 9( )_ 
BaptS Q©9aOQt<3 ; G3 <31© ^C« — Sowing seeds. 
(9fLl— <) «• 9— ^ I QlOi 801— 1. Father. 91 
Q9— 2. Poet. * 1 ^g©. 0^1—3. Husband- 
man, v | Q§|Q. Qjg a (@. a.)— 4» Barber. 

Bapra £§ — 1 Field, 

^9 S^«i ^^ *Q9 ^ ' OS- GW«399Cig 1 

^ I €IQ$ W— 2. Bank. • | q^QQ gift — 

3. Tableland, v | $|£— 4. Wall. * | \ + 
«^. Q) QI01q — 5, Compound wall. 

©9 990GQ €>90 ft» I OS- G^GQ-geoQig | 
9 I ^Q 91 WC1SJQ ^QQi^eQ <IIQ G^j©9l^(q 
Oa§ <W9I3£ Wl OqaW — 6- Hound of 
earth raised after digging a ditch round 
a cky or fort. 9 I €<S£Q iQ— 7. Ridge of 
a field. (~ I (+9$. €}) 91 Qj ©QQj go| — 
8, Father, c l g9la©— 9. Brahma, to j 
^1gS»— 10. Lead, t^ I £$ (g. «)— H. 
Dust, w 1 dKQ Sa (q. a)— 12. A high 
mound of earth. t*> I Q<5)3IQ$ 3£>^J <(g,$) 


*9g$l9i 


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9§99fo 


13. Precipitous bank of a river. %? I 

9SW €t€F (§. 9.) — 14. The summit of a 

mountain. 

9g stei— g°. 9. (9sl q©; 9g=€flp+$l9H)--f»li 

Bapra krirda aq9IG9 (9211 — 91®, QG$ 9$, QQ? 91 

(^9^1— Wiq.9) «99I9 $©^5^ 9I BI9IQQ 919$. 
99IQtf 9Q G9^ $191 9Q§; Ggj 4I99I; 
§o«Iq QQQ — Frolics of mad or frolicsome 
beasts in striking mounds of earth or the 
sides of mountains with tusks (in the case 
of elephants) and hoofs and horns (in the 

case of bulls), 

9gQ— s. 9— $^q aay (a- *)— - 

Bapraka Circumference of a circle. 

9fll-S. 9. *l. (93 + ai)— «qi— 

Bapra Indian madder. 

qq — ^ ^ (^3 4-Q) — t I SSJ9, (§. Q.) — 1 The sea. 

Bapri J I Q%$ (§. €1)— 2. A, field for raising 

crops. 

Bapri * ' Anthill. 

98!®— €"§€9. 9-(«8)-$R— 

Baphat ^K STO^T Death, 

99 — ff- 9— sw eoiiQ^aiwg <9i9a 993 sai^ 

Baba <$©3 — One of the eleven astrological 

conjunctions. 

[9~~ <^G9 91® 9^9 9Q9I9, alQ,$si &99sa<a 

5^ ' ] 
99($)© (3)— G99fc 9— (m)^^9l9©1)—ai©9. 
Baba(bu)rchchi(rchi) 3IG99<i q$R9l9fl|9Sr aiGp- 
3t^ 3I^?f Cook ;of Europeans and Mahomme- 
99Q© 7 « dans). 

99(§)©<StiQI — G9G9. 9— ($$/, 9I9©1+en. «iiqi9)- 

Baba(bu)rchchi khana (3IG99 d ^9flI9fllQ9>) 

^faffl W-JfalMI 9WMII&'. — Cook room; 

kitchen. 

qis<5S e«? 9%6'aist qqiqci SQSi^ciQQSQ— 

- 99$©— £9. 9— «>qa«i03 QqftaaQ3 ^i9— 

Babalati ^d^i Wickedness, 

[^)^%^)^®5 w(<g. $,9^r9(a)-TO^] 

- 99(9,9^,$) R(GG0QQI— W. £— (§9* Q°. 9I5 % — qai 

Baba(bba,bbu,bu)la(le)iba cteQl) — (fern Qa q§ 


^TTflT ^9991% €9^1 9Q9I— To try to deceive 
<^jt»rft by false words. 

00( 9 f 9,9j«ai— G9. 9— 9qjRa ( GQ<3 )— Bagulia 
Baba(bba,bu,bbu)lia ^^fen $1 (See), 

901— 9IG9- (9Wgi3 q«l999)-9— 9IQ9 9<3»9Qi 9G99; 
Baba 99 smqi — Father's elder brother. 

Q$80— go. a— (8QlqL«^o)— gs>, 9tgi9i*s9<£ c$9 

Babua qgqjaO — A term of endearment addressed 
^W gfWT to one's youngers. 

9£Q(q j 9)— €9. 9— (S.9^9; 999 )— Ofll^gp <=% 
Babura(la s ri) q*m SQ^^GQS — Acacia Gutnmi; 

^ Acacia Arabica (Haines), 
9$q ^9«t sig waso gsaci 099*0 — qal»io wal 1 

-<3^GQ 941 V® 1 TO GSt, 
G€t|QQ|Q,9TOB0 6 %K»q§ I 
CIS 91M ^9gq §<1 6 Q§- 

919 96^ I <9|Q €igq_SQ 


^i^» ^?A ^®> 
«§q©, gal©9, ^og 1 

CO. 9SJ 9§©, OTQfl 
9. 9l€Jp, aS^ 
q* -91 9Q 

Eft. gQQ°GQlQ 

«. q€Tci 9flci 
91 9Q 1 M1 ^ ^ 


99_Q 


QGQ <a^ea$ «0J 9I9IGQ 
9191 ^G^9 9liSiG9 QG«! I 

<I9I9 gs3 6 q£ Goat) ' 

<9IQ 9IOG9 WS> 6 
9199 GJ9 ^< I G9G99 
§|0G9 <1 €IQGG) Q9G9I9 
919 GQG9 < CIQ^ Q4 
Qqi99 9Q§ I <9I9 ii^S9 
6 89 S9 9TOI 9<3IQ91 aifl g|9 5^3 I <1 €1QQ 919 
9i^9loqsa 91^9 S®99 1 <J9I9 ^L§Q ffQ^. g|q|- 
Clil^g 9S2Q §< i G99^ai% 2J$giG9 <J9I ?1fte9!99 i 
Q^ 6 9l<3piS9, alw^S, Qowjq9 6 Q^iQgiQ, 

9g9^, G^9, J9Q, Q§ei9, 9£f, Q3, $® 6 $<3- 

Q$99lei£|* (9°. ^9^ 919(3, 5T. 9^ «9Qj Q° 
Acacia Farnesira; Acacia Leucopploea) Q9gj n 

9^9(Q) aOi— G9. 9—999 «ia^9l9IQ9l ©ang^ 
Babura(ri)atha Gum arabica; gum acacia 

^l^elHlil ^crfflhUiH * [Haines], 

9^Q(Q) 91Q— G9. 9. {%• 9^9 G9«; %9 Q*. 999j g. 
Babura (ri) ba\la 917^— «K}9iqQ G99==©aiGQ€l- 
^ft; TNfl 9Q) — 9iqA9l9j ^|q ^tft% 

H y <«^> ^^5 G99 oaSsj 9H 9Q 91? ©§Q sig^si^ 
^cH^(J4I4^4 0T5T G99 ai<aG9 Gfli? 9991S0 9QS* 
91961^ ^3 G9a99i|g9Ga«l— A sort of 

9ISJ9. J «9n^3 curling the hair by growing it up 
915© 3 to the neck. 


9G9Q 


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©GQQ— QIG9. (39^3) 9 — 9G9Q QI9; <1999lQ ©Cf^ 
Babei Q|g — Sabai grass, 

[ s— <Wq 9QQI qoisk 6 Qiao $aa $« I] 

€>0| — giCO (^S&Q) 9— 9q (S9«) — 
Babra Bara (See) 

Q§3I— 3. 9. $L (Qai^=TO9 9Q9I + Q. 98109= 
Babhrabl 9$ —89 + 41. ft )— Soaglj 9<5i— 

DurgS* 

Q§— e. 9— 9CJ (g. a.) — Thunder. [ 
Babhri 

Qfijl— S._9— §« (fi, €t.)— 

Babhri White ant. 

Qeflqt— e. 9. (?<|1 «©)— 6gQ$«i$ 9%1© (§. a.) — 

Babhrjkata t Anthill. 

©3^— s. 9. (q ai$+9<§. q. ©ai««)— v i 39— 

Babhru 1. Siba. .9 | 9$ — % Bishnu. m \ g©$Ga<3 

— 3. Name of a sage_ ** | G9a9Ga<3 — 

4. Name of a country, * | q§ — 5, Fire. 

9 I GQ^aiS — 6. Red ochre; red chalk. 9 I 

G9£§ft— ?. Ichneumon; mongoose, r | 

9J3r— 8, Rat-, mouse. £ I qGI9G9l§ Sg9Slq 

©Gft9 "qlQ— 9. Name of a hero born of the 

Jadu dynasty. « o | §q»q 9$ — 10. Tawny 

colour, tl I 33^1$ <1QSQI9 9S (§. a.)- 

11. A kind of serpent, 

e. 931. — * I aKSO^Sj*- 0IO9 — 1. Maintainer. 

9 I 9SIIQ; Q9©— 2- Large; big. • \ §CfQ— 

3. Tawny, v | G^ei G9I< fclGfq— 

4. Become ba^d owing to illness. 

99Q1Q9— 3. 9. (Old) — eSMCTQI Q^GSJ 3G^QQ9lQQ 

Babhrubahaca ©|© ^§3. m\Q QQQg fl3q.QQ q©l— 

Name of a son of Arjuna, who ruled in 

Manipur (Assam) 

' q« G9 09IOQI «Qi1 Ol^ «Gft 

Gfl (al^)— *.— «. I 91$ ©Q9I— 
Bam (root) 1. To vomit. 

5 I eflQQ GQ9I — 2. To pour oblations into fire. 

s>a— g. a.— (ag^gQffl)— v 1 oq 9J91— 
Bam 1, Sound produced by striking the puffed 
^ q¥T up cheeks with the fingers. 


[3— aisKji sr<3Q ait go 910Q acr&jiq giiqq 

$Q 014 aq|Q VGQ 60 9K* 899 £398 9191% 
^91 G9GQ 4 39 QSJQ $« |] 

2. The sound of Siba's haDd drum, 
[g— S9IG99S §© $Q9I QJPq, W, 99 99/99 

eq©i <§ 9fl eqoiwiei as §©i96i ©qsai<i ] 

* I 9%fil G99QIQ S^'S!© 2K3Q— 3. The mysti- 
cal syllable uttered as the essential part 
in the worship of the Indian Neptune, 

G9G9. 9. — (Q°. 9?l v , o/dlfr— WJ)— 

c^sm * 1 G9i% 9«u% ©i^q otioi, siieie 9^ a9 

QQCTG^ — 1, A bomb. ( q«_ gjg^ 9^ 

GQI91 CII^Q giflOiQ Qg, qet^Q— 
^T 51T 2. The beam of a carriage. 

TO ^ • I (01) Ol9 v G«IQQ gi9_ G«QGQ 09 ag- 
^fllffqGQ #? SQ ©Q9I «9gi-(Q|g GOfir 
OG» Gffl$ G9«) — 3, Successive winning of 
one party for six times in a game of cards 

called Grabu. 
6Q. Q.— (3. G9il9)-g9IG99— Siba. 

OqgOlS— SIW- (9IGQ^Q) 9. — 99 (gQ8) Bami (See) 
Bam-tordi 

Qft ^(e*)ftOi— W. 5*.— afeGiaiei £K?9 9^1^ 

Bam phuta^te)iba Of^iq^ $9 Q^jQ9l — 

C^Nt Wll?M To fire or discharge a bomb. 
^JT TTTfTHT 

9fl 9991— G9. «•— ?% M G99l 3 ^Q9!^ G99I — 
B»m baniba To become fat or stout. 

Qfl ^ft @oi — G9. 9.— cspieaai WW, g9o <$- . 

Bam buli Jiba ^g e99|_To be stouter and 

(9^9© 991—^19^9) stronger than before. 

QflG€M(fl)— W. 9. — 519IG99— Sib a> 
Bam bhola(la) ^ C«W=lH qw flT^TRm 
[99 G§|ttl(Q)9ia- «9i^.a] Q|Q9I9«( QIQPepQ q^i- 
G99QT QQ 9§Q QI9 — Interjection used in 
addressing Siba after producing bam 
sound with the cheeks, 
9AQQ- G9. 9.— <39Q9lQ 9GI— 

Bamakai A kind of itches. 

9fl(q» S^l)©9 v — G<5G9. a ( sn. 99©9 n )— qoipg — 
Bama(mu, mo)jib 1. As perj according to- by 
Cltelw* 9f^R reason of 

9^©9, 9G^I©9, I [ S~<^ WW9 

9GAI©, 9G^,I© f ^ ©9- 19! I aai— «. 

91^91 I 9 I ©93 eiojcjq 1 j f 


9ft '$©" 


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^fl§©— giro. ( gwsiiq ) 9—99 Cw* ) 

Bamaturgi Bami (See) 

Qflffl— e. § ( 93 a|Q + q9. SI2J )— 9SG» (G93) 

Bamathu Bamana (See) 

€>SG — 3. 9. ( 99 ai$+q9. aft )— < I qqiq. 9lg) — 
Bamana 1. Vomiting. 5 | 9§ < aQtf — 2. Emitting, 
m I G9^> 991 W 9$j«3 — 3. An emetic causing, 
vomiting, v j bcT^q 2JI9Q — 4. Oblation 
to fire. * | Q€j(. g^| — 5. Pain. 
QflCSiq— 3. 96 ( 93 ai§ + Qtf. gqq )— 9flO 9Q99IQ 
Bainaniya SQIQs — Fit to be vomited. 

S. 9— 9I& — A fly. 

©fl6©ei— *. -9— QQIQ €JOIQ9lj 91$ G9<SIQ9I> «Q 
Bamanechchha G93IQ9I— Tendency to vomit; 

nausea. 

QSG9I6QQ — tf. 9— 9Q9SI 93G9©! — Strong tendency 
Bamanodbe ga to vomit^ 

9flJ— G9G9- 9 ( Q. 9«l s )— 9^© ( G93 ) 

Bama C^fal 3JT Bambaji ( See ) 

^51, 69, 9— Wl; qQQ 6 8I92S9G9 <a«9l 

^1 GEII9 — Winged moths or worms attacking 

rice, paddy and other grains. 

Qfll <3IQQI~ G9. 9— OTII9 g^ GQ9I— Being moth- 
Bama khaibS #St3 *rfe*1 %MJH I eaten, 

901 a$9l 5 ) »9 <*«« ™'«'a 

9fl| QS9I J " &» C 9S *1 9< 3 G«£>lQ— Qci I 

QCU@Q) — G9. 9«— -^Q^i G9IQQ — Worm-eateD; 
Bamakhia H^^^fc i %I5t*ir moth-infested. 

^sHMt ( 99iaq, 9flWfli-^-a»iq,Q ) 

QfliR-T-G9G9. 21 (9©Q«0) (EN. 9fliq)— cqqqn ggs — 
Bamal ^H ^t 5 '! "With the stolen property. 

9. ( 9©MI ) -Gq$SIQ — Stolen property. [ 

QfllS) QQ€1— 91G9. («8Ifl) 9— G€K> 9Q<3 (GQ3) 

Bamali karana 8etha karana (See) 

q3— .*. 9 ( 9^ s ai$+Q9. Q )— "i I 9«IO— 1. Vomit. 
Bami ing, J I <+9$. Q) Qfy VQ—2. Fire. 

* I C9; a$9H§— 3. A cheat, 
^PltS, ^t* 5 ^ 69. 9 ( 3. 9f )— qoi^Q a$iq.g 
3TO; S*ft; 3$5T <9S9fe 9'$— A freen " * ^atier 
(9*V — 99i^pJ tabular fish; bill fish^ fylosurus ! 

Longirostris. 


[ ©— <i9i 93q| 6 G©t©aiQ sicagi 99 1 -oaiGG 

GW.GQ <1Q .910 6 9«!igGQ 3 Q% 03*1$. 9QgJ ' 

C?9i€W 2IOTIG9 <49I q§", £a 6 9K[«»CS« 

QG9IQ© I ] 

9?9— g 1 . 9<a ( 9fl aiSL» 9*?9 ^ ai^+Q^. « ) — 

Bamita Q°14* ^'Sj — Vomited forth. 

qSGQH— ^. 9^1 ( 9^a|^+99i g©M^ ) — 9I§ G99I9 

Bamitabya Qflq§ — To be vomited from the 

mouth* 

9flq@l— G9. 9^. qf— 98 5119 oq €«a^ G^^9 60 
BamimuhaS QQlQij %iq9l-— Having one's lips 
3S3ST ( 99^91— %lQO» ) pointed., 

OSS— G9G9. « (ffl)— t I ^S» ggiGiQ-i -Of all kinds. 
Bame ^ yfftt ft^^cf ^ 1 g^g,— 2. All. 

( sfe||— 96fl gsj^l^ ^01^ giWI^QO 9^91% 
CT9 I ) ' 

9^Q~G?G9- 9 ( Q° ) ( CTI *Q ^ g ^S QQ ^ — 
Bampar €91*^ QieG9 9lfl^l% 91^9 3^1 9^9' 
^1t? ^|K Wl gq_l09l9IQ G^ltQQ «D€!SQ 

q3|J9I 2JOQ09G€l«— Bumper. 
QSl(<i)Q— 91. 9 ( ff. 999 )— Gl^Q qq— 

Bamba(mbha)ra ^f^ l ^ Deep holej abyss. 

0^1— G9G9- 9 (9M9i!-9^ Q°. 91^ «0. a^l—ffQ) — 
Bamba 1 I QQI9IQ «4i— 1. A tubular post, 

(691^1— siqm%o) [9— Wiq qs?g 9GQI9§ 

(G3«fi^») ^SJ^<I £1© < G9€IGQ g©Q3 I <19' 
«^9l^|9t?r qlfll S)GQ€1 9Q9I ^G^ €ai®l9?i «Wfc *" 
geJC53 <9I 91^9 QQIGQ G9^Q, 9§ ^G9 <!■ 
©^.©931^1 ^ei9i 9^G^ G9I9I «l?9 91 %9I9' 
9QI9I9 QOI <g ^GQS^GQ 9<I9$0 G9IQ ^9GQ* 
GQI9I G9Q \ ] 
Sqj©— €9. 9 { Q°. 9\)— GOI99l«li 9!^^G€1« — : 
Bambaji Firework producicg bomblike report, 
C?ftret€t <W4TJ1 [ 9— <9I 91^9 'filQI SHQ?i9t 
(999l§?— SI9t%a) §$ I 9I§€I. 9» SUhG9 9I%9 
"rf '■.**?' 69IQ OO ^aGQ^Q^9G9 Mat 9S£§> 4.9I 

gS^iaiQaiK i- <qeQ ©rf' <3«teQ-*oi9 aaw 9G9 1 ] 

9^,l(^)t«D— G9-; 9. ' ( Q°- ^i©^9 N )— ^ I G9|(^QIQ 
' Bamb5(mbeyfeit K : /' * :>' : '-' ggo,,— 1; Bombardier^ 


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Q£j aei( a ) 


qisiGei -qgQ as^ i ] 

5 I <NB 6 3JOQ QQIQ% MQ%— 2. Pirate. 
G9. Q^l— ^910^; £9IQ|€D — 

Fraudulent; deceitful. 
*©%— G9GQ. 9. (Q°. ?IR£ TOi9l-W^) — I I 91^9— 
Bambu 1. Bamboo. ^ I 9IQQ Qlftl — 2, Apiece 
Tt\*t 3g of bamboo used as a peg. . 

^qSJ,— glCQ. ($»i<5>l§) Q-Q$Q QIO EQ <J©3QIQ tl^? 
Bamburu Qjo— A tough timber like Bandhana. 

Bambei Q©aisi — Bombay Presidency and capi- 
C*fW? g^T§, ^sf tal town. 

**UQ, QGH, 6WUQ 7 _ mMa [c— tfpiaQ 


GQIGH, GQIG^Q 


^iffi^a 


<19! SflQ 9JH3 


eg ^ glQWQ qfl% 3JQ I Q°GQQSIGQ QQ«S- 
MieJ giQfllQ £§9IGQ e^9Q GQG©$ 39<J 
glQQ 93IQ S9QQ Q§ glQQ 9GQ I §€1MQ 

WiQ 6 Q°qQGQ 'QCR/ G9IQ ag t <9i 9Qfl|fi» 
qg;w<sGQ Gciiki gq§<aiQl qciq 1 W€W — 
C&Q«fo I ] 

Ba cj bhara G£Q£Q| — Bee. 

«Q«lQ(»1(a1)— ff.' 9.— (oqQ+aoli Ml;— sfcaSsiaae- 
_ _ ^ *v 

Bambharali(ni) 1. A swarm of bees. 2 I (93= 
:Q§ WIWQ^l+q ai^-f-Zta + tf})— g§Q|. q(@— 
2. Elea. * | Q9£ — 3. Black wasp. 

sq (ai§) — 3.— aao qqqi — 

B»ja (root) To go. 

^»q— 91. 9.— 1 I (3. WJ) — 9<3 (GQS) 

Baya 1 # Bae (See) 

(saai — enq%Q£j q«gr aiQt gss i) 

9 I (3. 9£|8)— 9^q — 2. Age. 

OS SQ9 ©q oiq 

CQG9. 9. (flj. ©5.)— 9<1 (GOa) — Bae (See) 

*. 9.— ( G9 ai^— $391+©$ « ) « I ©£9tq 

( §. «. )— 1. Weaver. 

J I 9|SJI©G$Q (g. «.)— 2. The weaver bird. 


Bayah Qgq)— t | Q$jq ; sn^^. gj^g — 1. Age ; 
time of one's life, ' > \ ggfQ© — 2. Youth. 

•» I 091 — Bird. 

Bayah krama Age; period of one's life. 

Qqx qgpI— cq. $>.— 1 I (q°. oqs + qol)— qq^q 

Bayah aangi Q© — I. A friend of the same age. 

5 I (*• Qq8 + g5«l) — glaiQQTQ 909^ 9«1 — 

A woman's female companion of the 

same age. 

S*qj£!®— g°- V. (^qfl ©©) — Qlfih 6 GJ3f9QQ g°G9l€t 

Bayah sandbi §»; GOT^OIGiq — Prime of life- 

transition from childhood to youth. 

Qqsg— q°. Qti. 4°»— (oqg+ai al^+Q<|.a)— 1 1 flat 
Bayabstha q^. qp|- Youthful. > | gig$OTj 

(G»^8gi— d) (Wja— ttOi^Q) 91QIQG! — 2. Majorj 

mature^ middle-aged, 
Qq»ai— g°.M.il— <. I qS*^- 1 Youthful; young 
Baya^stha (woman). 9 | ^9199 €J0q$l — 
(Qjagl— 3i<?^9) 2.Arrived at a marriageable age. 

q # , 9. — * I a««, 91910! 6 9QQIi Wftl — 

1, The three myrobalans. ^ | q§g> — 

2, A medicinal creeper. * 1 Gqi^QQI — 

3. The Soma creeper, v | 9IGQ!»1- 

4. A medicinal berry, a? | tH^QQ €I|fi| — 

5. A kind of potherb of acid taste. 
9 I GSS 3GOQO; «j>qQ (§. a.)— 6. The 
small cardamom. 9 | flg© ^^ a j — 

7. Silk cotton, r j qpg ^J— 8, A young 

woman . 
QqsaiQ— W. 9— €Cf9© (g. a.)— Youth. 
Bayabsthana (Q^giQ — 2l»n^a) 

Bayana ^| ^| — Weaving, 

Qqa ©QMlfiq — <?.9.(aapQ9i99iQ)— gq^ ^QiisiaGQ j 
Bayana bidyalay a QQI^i «g| Qgjg|<i— Weaving 

school. 

Boys pathatthu) i | Qft— L Tremhling. 

> 1 Qq — 2- Fear. 


'^m 


( *?*9 ) 


sepal 


9SSQ qq a© qoq <?q cw i <$8<f 9, H$lqa£„ ogt I 

>®q $®-gi. Qtii. (*. sg^i^)— Qcqiw (w«) 
Baya biuddha Bayobiuddha (See ) 

©9iW sa 9qs*6Q ssq I ^$2 9, WI9Q0 Siosoia 

■Qqa—GQ. 9. (e. 9£j8) — t. 1 qqiq qio qqai^ 'grate 

Bayaaa 2l£l© Sf|9S> Sift — 1. Time of life; age ft 
**iR sflrer, 35T ^ I q.9i 9q«l; G9fe9 — 2. Youth. 

at? 9qs efliQ <*!§ 

€>qei QIO— GQ. ^>— ^ I 391 9SJSI— 1- Youth. 
Bayasa kala -> I QQei© 9SJ9^-2, Mature age* 

Qqei 9^—€Q- 9. (*• 9^9 + *p) — OTq S% qpQ 6 
Bayasa chhau J^QQIQ GWGQ G3§ 9^ 9|§) fl9lQ 
T%£% GQ«iaM — Seurf or scab appearing on the 
^1 body of young people. 

Bayasa baruna <$ q<?Siqr q9GQ s%2fl Qfc qg 

* ^R C^Pt'Sl GSQ 93131© G9«WI« — Small pimples 

33^,3^ 3*3, 3T7T appearing on the face of 

youths; blackhead. 

-■€»qa «Q«6^€) — «1K W— «1 GQW £© Gift) Ga?9^ 
Bayasa makamakei qqs>| (^1). q$| 9SJ3 6 G^fodi 

9©0 WGQG96J Qiq GOTQ <?| Q©er$ G9Q3I<I — 
(a woman) Who is unduly proud of her 

youthful charms. 

QQfi 9^1— G9. 9— *flq a©9ie© GOTl; $<$ GWI— 
Bayasa ]iba WR «fl<MI Becoming old. 

<?qq qq$ qq qe q&qQ qq <j seer ccqa «qsiq oae 1 

©qg 9® — €9. 9— Qq« *® ( G9« ) 

Bayasa sandhi p 'Bayah sandhi ( See ) 

<?q<3 95* Q» 913, S?iq9 »S © 3C9IQ I 

• QG$— G9. W- 1°. (*■ 9q«a)— («©i W 96Sr gqSN; 
Bayasi aai— «ifl9q9, sai 9q8a, ealo oqql, 9q 

^rtl ^^* €9fQ«iS— Aged; haviflg reached 

such aa age, 

9sq -?qg1 ooa sw» *»Q ai 1 ?^ a9€XK? t 

Bayasika BayasI(See) 


Bayasi 1. Feminine of Bayasir 

9 \ q^S!— 2. Youthful (lady). 

C9 CfiiGO COS 1 CJtO ffGlff Qqg1 i $f?9. 99IQQ0, ^s? I 

G9- 9. 41. ( ».. 9^1 )— %1q g^Q^i g^ 
<3ff9^§2fi gfll — A woman's female com- 
panion of the same age, 
3igo ff© ^91 ffqgl a;ca «" 9alQ9 qqs? acg eg i 

Bayaska Qqg$i!'|| — 1- Having reached a certain 

(Q£}3I— 3,1) age (e. g, young or old) a ^ | a^GOf^Q- 

<W^ 2. Youthful; young, m \ Q^gg 5 9I9QCJI8; 

^l^i gl^lOQ — 3. Major; mature, v | gg Q^gGQ 

99 — 4*» Elderlyj older in age. 

[ Q— 9^8 €IQ ap«| «|p gefif q§ €9GQ SGg 

0<?GQ QSjg, «IQ|Q £I|Q^1 QGQ I 931 — ^Q9^, ^ 

Bayaskxut Giving longevity. 

$q9 — ^. W. ^ -9^8g (GQ«l) — Bayahstha (See), 
Bayaatha (9qgl—S|J) 

Bayaatha Bayaljstha (See). 

QqQH— 3. 9. sl°— (Qqg+^fiMiGef. sa; — ^ 1 ^«i> ^nv 

Bayasya (9^ M |- ^|) 9^ 9®j gqp^ gj)— 

1- Friends of the eame age. £ j qg>]. 39^0- 
2, Companion; comrade. 

Qq*ni— e. c». tf— (^qqi+sii)— ^ i gdl— 

Bayasya 1. A female companion. J \ Q%\ (§,§) — 

2. Brick. 
«qi— fill. 9— (3. Qiq)— * I Qnq— 1. Expenses. 

Baya J I (BKWqfifa) C?|Q 91 €9^1 OIW 9^^ 
01091 ©IG — 2. Name by which Ba^shnaba 
(9%9Q — SDQgaQ %9) or Baikuntha is called. 
6$G<5. 9-^ ( Q tt . 9< )— 9$ ( €M ) — Bay *5 

(See). 

Biff «KQ«Q VI Q 9I9IQ «qi Q|06Q QQlg - 

BajS-*6j fiirtl fel* Eightytwo; 82. 


9£l 


v +*$r ) 


9©«r 


Q<$— €?SC9. 9— (QV9q; a^dl^ Qqi ) — OIWflKW 
BayaH qqi qgojQGQ Q2J ©%9tfi 9<3£}GQ tfWh 

TOttiTt} eeftiaicf 9<ai 9 sqg ci$G9 9*1 a«a<?i 

qfaT jflQI— A buoy, 

9f<fl(qi)9G9— G9. 9 <S 93— (tf. 9 ff99j SI. 9lfj9Q)- 
Bayai5(ya)nabe ($$. 91$9 99©— Ninetytwo 

[9£jl<£Jl)G$IIQ, 9^1^1)^09 te9),^l(^|f)€OIQ, 9^l(«Jl)- 

9qi$— gie9 (9Igq«.q) 9 — ( s. TOh+^9 ) — 9<sa@i 

BayaSlu qqqi — Wild yarn 

Qfifl§! 661101©!)— g!G9 (9IGWQ) 9— G3$ 9^1$ 9' 
Bayaniu gorcia(ida) 9£fl$9 £9 »*€l 5 9eaa§9 
9l0^j — Small globes of wild yam. 
(3811 -«9 1 R©lQ «W 69 2Ii§9l©q QQ aGQ) 
9^19— G9. 9— (3. 9gQ; 9iieMQjff|. 9^10) — 
Bayana e I 9191 -—I. Speech. J \ 99Q6I3 9§0j 
W^ Q§l$^ 2 . Description; relation; narration, 
g^Hf v | 9HSil9$ Qi1«til 9Q9I — 4». Explaining. 

9QiQ Q€J9l— 'C9. $" — * I 9$QI 9Q9I — 1. To des- 

Bayana kariba cribe; to relate; to narrate. 
■*! ^TO *Ht J I 9211 $§91— To speak. * | ©q ©qsq 
g^lR ^^rff 911311 9Q9I — 3. To expatiate upon; to 
explain, * I £»£99 a|Q (99l) 9<3 9991 — 

4. To stop; to cease for a time. 
(saai— ^QQff GQQ 9«i 9£jlQ QQg) 

9^10— G9. 9- (sr. 99 ai$)— ©91 fllfQ 99^91 G9IOG4- 
B*yam A wide-mouthed bottle or jar made of 

C^fafa ^IW,^IW porcelain or china clay, 
[ S — O^Q 3q$ «S9 9«I9I«1 l] 
QQIQ — €9. 9. (e. 91^) —9919; G9IETI9; Q93 91^ £<3>. 
Bayara ^5Tl ^T^[^r] Tempest; gab 

9IG9 (9%Q) 9— fi^l 91$ — Cholera, 
9qiQ28— €9. 9«— GQITOffi!* fl9»9i«pg (qs0"~ 
Hayaria q$&\&\ cMlfNl Tempestuous (weather) 

9qi(qiM— w. 4°. (». 9i^o)— Ga 49K1 9qi9 969! ; 

Baya(ya5)l 9I9<S>9> G3 q$H OGa^ 9iq»— 

[9qK^)fil1 — ^1] ^P^ «M*|l<0 * Talkative; ; 

■ garru!ou8_ : 

9lftl©€l(3)— €9. 9 "6 93. ;(MiI9I09) <*. 9«^l€W9j 

Bayalisa(fei) g|. 9 ©§J09)— $Q' ^9 e^>a, *J — : 

C4*tffc 44!<*ft« "' : ' 42; Fortytwo* 


Q^lll— G9.-9 6 9«. (M119I09)— 9qi«l€ll (G9«) — 
Bayaei BayS*asI (See) 

£|IG9. (91G«W) 9 — q^lQ <a»l^ W«l 9S4G9* 
a!Q 9HI ^R^ HSiGQ <^Q5I9^ SQGQ 9qi€(l G9Q> 
9G», gG©i9 fl9^1GQ 9©9I <§ a*9l <9GSI9— 
The extra seer per maund given to the* 
purchaser of two maunds purchased from 
the threshing door of a husbandman. 
[ 9— aai 919G^ 9QGQ G?HG» V Q%$ 9^lS 
fo>9 I ] 
9^91—09. 3. ( «• 9<*£j )— ^ I 9< 9Q9I (€9fll) — 
Bayiba 1, Bae-kariba (See) } \ 9iq QQQ| — 2. To 

spend. . 
96^1619— ». 9tf. 1°. ( ?S[I 99, 9^8 + €1® )— Q<^ — 
Bayogata (9G^i€i^l — «J) Aged; old. 

9GqiSl9— 9°. 9«. €• (9^8 + 2l«!9) — ^^— Aged; old. 
Bayotita (9G^IQ9I — %1)' 

[9-g ^0GQ A QQ 9€qi4QO^Ga G9«iai ft . 
- cqi <39 CI flaiGQ fij_9 2J9IQ ©QQ §<l I ] " 
9eqi99-a*. 9«. 4.°- (9*(8-r-^)— ^ | G3 sna^lfoi^ 
Bayobxuddba 9£[qG9 99 — 1. Elderly; sanior. 
(9GC[H59I — *1) > I SS»li 9sqgGQ qj^— 2. Aged. 

of an advanced age 

9Gqi9^— tf\ 9. (5>^1 TO; 9^1 + ^89)— 9qqq^J" 

Bayob|uddhi Q^qQ q$q $qq qqqi —Increase of 

years; gradual advance in age 

9® (ai%) -*•—•; I 39^ ^' ^ 99 ©Q9J — 

Bar (rooti 1, To make an inarticulate sound 

3 I 2JG9liH q«3IG9 9211 ©§Q| — 2. To speak 

in a language which cannot be understood. 

i 

to babble. 
9? W«— Q9G9. 9. (e«)— 9llj$? 81^9— A kind of.. 
B^r-kadam -^fr^rl M<*^*l cooked mango-pickle. 

98 «Q3— G9G9- 9<S1 (99Q2B) (ffl)-*. I 9N9 5 ^|sj- 
Bar-karar 1. Confirmed. .? | ^agQ. Gfl?99- 
^^^1^ ^C^K 2, Present; ready; in stock • 

9§ 8aa(ff)r-c" ( 3G9.9tii. («QQa)(m.9a+a.aq£r) — 

Bar-khilap(ph) 399^9^9— Opposite- 

^3E*l®tt*t qvfe«iH» unfavourable. 

G9G9; 9-V I S99fl)©l— 1. Opposition^ j | §^- 
'. 2. Negligence 

9®«l1— flr(39i W«Wqa) 9- ^9 ? QS»Q (€9«r)^-" - - : J ^ ! 
Bdf-k&F- 1 "-' J Rejei (See)-' v - ■ 


Q§GM 


( **?« ) 


9$ 


Bar-ga"e(y) Cowherd. 

Q§ OQff— C9C9. W ( Q9Q2B ) (at QQ + SB. Off ) — 
Bar-taraph «. | a^cil- q£iq— 1. Separate. ^ | 
^awp 9Q<Slg; 9ISHQ 9§^© — 2. Dismissed 

«Kd<*h or removed from service. 

©901— 9 IOT* (WW$) 9> (§?■ 8- $©£i) — $9<afc 
Bar-oa ^lO— Broomstick , 

9Q9|(G<?)Q9I--3IG9. (ww) 5. ($£>- §, 9l©Ol)— 
Bar-naS(nen)ibS 6QIQ9I; OiQQQI— To sweep ( a 

house ). 

QQQifi^— £JIOT. ; '(WiSR) "tf— 9GJCI2Q W©— Serial. 
Bar-pal root of a banyan tree 

[ 2 — «ft ■«% 9QQ|« 9TO GTOQ3 CTIQ- 

a§ l] 

Bar-bati Jhurdanga ( See ) 

qqq9 — sigq, (aws) ^* (*• ^£1 )~ soci^isft — 

Bar-butdi A kind of bean; Vigna Semensis. 

QQQ GQQ GQ9I— GQ. 3— GOfafl QS2s> QtaiGQ 9$Q 
Bar-ra bar-ra heba 91 9Q^q9SQ9 SQ 9$9I— 

To grumblej to whimper* 

QQ9qgS— flics. (W9LQ) W— «W« caiq- 
Bar^lwun^pnl* : . -. -. Entirely hollow. 

QQ9I— flIGQ. ( a$WTO ) 9— 9QH9q9> 91$— 

Bar-ha Wild boar. 

QQ — ST. W. Of. ( qai^— 9WI QQ9I+Q& 8 )— 
Bar a * | 39Q3 GSffy gaiQ; Qg%— 1. Chief; 

(^g — $]) best; excellent, 

[ g— 491 qiaiQMi a©^ as? aGST sishsgq 
9i9$9 $o 5 saeji — swq, 8993, 6313199, tokw, 
9Q9f91, 9q£i% 9qGq<s>i Q9il9 1 ] 
$ I &<$% Qg3© — 2. Wished-for, • | a«j— 

3. LfttK 
3. 9— ^ I 9999lf?« !%<a — 1. A newly mar- 
ried man i - v | GflGU ©WM — 2. Son-in 
-lav. «n | Q^lj 0^3^1—3. Husband. 

v| 99l<irld Q <3i$9 9|*r— 4. Bridegroom elect. 
a I aslW — &. Blessing ^ | «^ qq qi ( 
Sl£9iaQS$©9 aatelQ 91 SQ3Q— 6. Boon; 


blessing or promise for the fulfilment 

of one's wishes.. 

qctf 960IQ ©a 9Q 

[ 5— e, gqqqktsiqi 91 aq^iQM 9Q9i$i gaa 

wiaaiOj m\ — q[ eQGWw/qsiGQra* sQtf 9q 
sfi» 17. G99©i 9i a^ass? 9^oroi^ es^ 

91 QOTHOGQ 9GWa 9§^Q9 G%Q > «K%^9ldl 91 

soeilw ^Gft ©l% 9Q G9iqai<i, aai — G9 oqg^q \ 

q^lGPl^Q S§ Q|Q 9Q GfllG© 9^ I *. filfl© *q^ 

91 AGPIQa^flaM 99 G9IQ9N I ] 
P \ 9IQ9— 7. Boy, r j .©iqjQ. ^51— 
8. Saffron, e | §Q h q9IG99— 9. Siba. 
?* t GQ901 «0QQf e«€l1^l9^ ^% Sl| QV 
£1GQIQ21 9^ — 10. Fulfilment of one's 
wishes through Dfvine Grace t m | &Q- y 

q 

**W 9i§j 99?|fJ« — H- An adulterer; 
lecher. ^> I SMQ; ^aa^J —12 Paramourj 
lover, £«> | si^Q^esi'S — 13. Name of a 
demon, iv | G9091i G9%Gi — 14» Surro- 
unding; encompassing , v* I &QI9<q]y 

Q0^fqj_15, Asparagns Racemosus^ ^ | 

«J6U ©9191— 16. Skin. ^9 I ift$ 99»— 
17. Bark. <r | a9 r 9j Wl — l 8 - Ginger. 

^e I qp^a («.«.) — 19 - BdeIlium - 5° I' 

©1Q©S> ( §" ^ ) — 20 - Cinnamon. 5t ^ 
G9^9 $93 ( 9- A- ) — 2 ** Rocksalt. >> | 
SspaS ( g. a. )— 22. Buchanania Lati, 
folia ( tree ). J* \ 9q« Ga ( & ®- >~ 
23. Mimusops Elengi ( tree ), $* \ 9»?a 
(q a# j — 24. Turmeric. V* I 91^1 OG9Q 
/^^ q ) — 25. The weaver bird- 

^,^5 W. 9.— (*■ 9^)— ^ i 9^9— LTbe, 
WZ, ^, ^?I^ banyan . tree; Ficus Indioa; Ficas 
,. Qfq— 9%, Wfl, 4Qq9 f Bengalius,. 

MI9KU «» ©Sl» WW, <W $&«>iggi ^" ^ * 
glq, Qmqp, 99 era, aoacw^ SR <**& QQ 
a^^Ggia,^^, « ^ QC * 1 ^* 

G9S9G«19S[, G9^9^1l9lg, W% 6 «%' ^0Gq9- 


^•v« 


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( *«5>o ) 


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©sfe, 9^iq, ©ggfii, ss9^ q^ '^9gq sqci 

■a*eqq> 9$ai9, 99§© l §o I <3 929 a$9 G9I9» 

6 GQIflgCLf I ETtaqgQ Cflt 9QG9I£ 99 GQ1Q 

4 ai€>£Q c©leri ^igisa 9gs l eto mh% aseft 

<W 9099 6 €049© 1 Gfllt* £TQC9 9^WQ 01© 
2114 I S)«CQ 6 6g SQ <9I9 TOG9 £TQ eiM 1 < 

eraq, (©^goaQ) qeraiGft-QiQ 9©gq Ga§ 

S§,% €18 RGO I SWfllQ aaQ-GQQOj ©Iff, GQIOI 

a©, acs ^s ( afli— oio; akjq, «i,-)q G9I9QG9 

€^) 91 R|3q§> 9Q 99 CIS 9G«a I QQS13Q G^Q 
G9^Q, Q9IOI SflQQ 9lg g$q £Q9 9Q91 6 
flflQ Q^l Qlff^t ff^lQQI GQ€lSII4 I 3?V QQQ 
GQI$9$ Q£ SJO G!Q9 £09 Q§ QS^ ©8 QQ 
flIQGOK I 9Q€iaQ Q|» GQQ G9IQGQ 0191 91 

a© £9, 99 9C>^ SI91 ggig qq ©GQ I QQ\t< 
GfiliM Sig9 93« Qiftflltf 39 |g ^«g^ ai$9 9G9 6 
<9% W\ 910319*?% 690AI9 $8^ Qfl €$9 
9lG>ai9Q_g^lft €$9 *G9 ! 9lfl«G^ §g 69«S|9 «SQ 
Q§qC£i G€>tf9 <£« ] < Q2 a§)Q90 ^9IS^ 3^1 flicf 
, GQGQ <39iq. 91*, 91* 6 ^993 ai3Q9 CWI§ I 
§0<aiGa < Q3q_ 90! 99IJ I <9IQ Op 9g<$Q|QGQ 
*9 sgq, qjfi oa ap ga'ea 1 gqgq 99 6 a*i9 
32^ -39 gaG9 QsitQ 99 sis% pot 6 a«,©cia4 

99 GS9I 99 9Q 9qg) 6 gGfllGtt <]§ 99 6g 
9Q3l a^ 9131 69IQ q$9| 99§) 5 9g 3^1919 9|Q 
99 6 63 €19 QCIIQ91 <l^9 G9?99 Q€Q€h I 99- 
aoi a«a« QG€i I 9Q QIQ^ 9191 «l«l$ &999IO 
£IQ $4 1 G1Q9 GQ99IG9 9Q ©IfflGQ CI99 <a<gi 
QQS) I 9QC12 9^QI3 9G» I 9GM 9G€I<3 9QQsi\ 
€Q951IGft Q9Q9 ilfliq OWGQ 9l9§ <aai — 
9!§<31 9®, £TI§92il 9Q, GSIlSa 9Q, QCtQ 9Q 

QM9 1 G$wai\% a^g ; GQ <i9i alOTa r % 4^ 

^3!Q9 3 H 93199 6 9^1^ Q3 6 9£T, 8®, g^l/919, 
'OS!, G39 6 €019091^0199 I <9 S9JQ' 9QQ2Q 
^IQSIO Q%| m $®Q & ©loQ aQfl|9 9Q 0^ ai<| 1 
>>fel £lG!£j <9 SQIQ QQQ SOI^ Q9§ ^<1 |] 
€9. 9^1Q 93— QQ\Q- f ao^— 

Very; very audi. 

9Q QCIO Q^Q Sja^i ©<§(? 

gt. 9.— (9IQQ «gq 219 «o ©i9«5r $&iq«i 

G9i<3^,ft giQGQ q Q9iQffl)— <. I 90— 


•1. SfcreDgth. * |,gqg| — 2. Power, 
e. 3©iq (e. 9Q*)— 9fl%ia 6 aoM^iaG9iaQ 
©©^—(meaning) A suffix; greatly. 
(9211— Qj^Q, ©^Q I) 

QQ 6g,— G9* 9.~(e. %+a^O)— 90 CI& 6^9 
Baraosfca qg — Tlie banyan tree and the religi- 
^&«PW ^c Ppist (99 6$Q— a9M%a) ous fig tree. 

QQ63'eq~-€9. 9.— (e. 9t+a^9 + s>9l9)— ©9^GQ 
Bara osfca bibha Q@g& G9IQ GQ99 G9IQ?(9l 
99 6g 9191 7 91519% Q6q9lOQ,|- 

^^WWfa ft gGCf 99 ^G£l 9^9 m® ^99 

^^Amcb^ ^1^ 9lGfc©9 ^919 ^999G9 a9<|9 
Q419 — A mock marriage ceremony per- 
formed between a banyan and a religious 
fig tree planted side by side. 
[Q—O 9919 SI$<|I9G9 90928 S[9| <a ^Q qqq' 
q^Q 9IGQI G9Q1Q 92fl£JI<l l] 

OQ (S9(C9l)o— G9. 9.-(e. 9t+a9Gq9 )— 99Q99 

Baraoha(ho)la Qldlq GQ^ GOQflfQ 9I9IQ 9ft% 
^^^f% g9|<j — The aerial roots which a bany- 
<wis?*»r 5RT an tree throws out towards the 

ground from the branches. 
QQ°— e. a.— ($ ai%= 5199^1 9Q9I + 00) — 

Barm 3TrT l \<Q Q€GQ*1. On the one haiid. 
(9Q°0— 30*30) <?oo W | Q QQ ^ ffl ea9€Qi 

©g <3 gfl a€» q®v giao 

^ I a$9g— 2. Moreover. • | acaai^Q Qgf 
91 Q^ — 3. Rather good . v | q^jq Q<gd|. 
©9 — 4 . Desirable.j optional * I asw 9 ( aa 

aeagi GS^Q — 5. Preferable to anothe 

matter. 

9QG> — G9G9. 9. (a) — 1 I 0$; a| — 1. Leaf of a tre e 

Barak ? \ gg,99 £13—2. Leaf of a book. • | q^i| 

^^ q,SIQ €19 99QI Wj.099 (319! 9oiQ 99 QQGQ 

^W : 091 saw) — 2. Very thin leaf of gold or 

silver, 

©Q9— e. 9* 3.°, (^J al^ffQ<|. 39)— <. I 99«19I < 51 — 

Baraka 1. Choosing. 9 \ 99ilQ 991931^1— 

(9^91 — qj) 2. Wooingj asking a female in mar- 


©q©s(q) 


( **9S ) 


©©G©^ 


3. 9 — <* I SI8IQ© 9$ — 1. A covering clothj 

cloak, j | qq\ a|Qs— 2 A kind of fine 
grain. » | 9©q qQ (g$©9l©) — 3. A wild 
pulse, v | GQIOI9IQQ (g$©9l©) — 4. A cov- 
ering for a ship. * ! g£ja (§. €l) — 
5. Priyangu (See) $> \ qq«j 99Q ($. «) — 
6 "Wild jujube (tree), 9 1 (©Q+^JQa, ©) 
9Q$ «Q^O era — 7, Boon (Apte). r I ©GhlQ 
991$ 91^1 ©i& — 8, Suitor; one who asks 
a female in marriage; wooer (Apte). n I 
(© alQ + ©©a.3©) fliqft «^^^fl — 9- A to- 
wel 5 wiper (Apte), £0 | (>f-©#. a©), ©©,« 
£fa,9G83 — 10, A kind of wild bea n 

(Apte). 

©QQ©(©)— G9G©. 9. (a. 03TO— W) — * I SIO*- 
Barakata(ti) <T3^ SS3RT I. Plenty. 

J I G$f©j©i — 2. Good fortune. •> I flOO — 

3. Bliss. v l q©Qj dlW 5 99©— 

4. Prosperity. 

§5qO€Q 9Q«©; oqOSa 9990-03 I 

* | qef»©l — 5. Success. $> \ ^$jT — 6. Increase- 
2 j e ^Qj — 7. Fullness; completion. 

©QOQI— G?€Q. 93. ( «- ^90S! )—K I qch©l© — 

Barakati ^^£» «R<*cfi 1. Lucky; fortunate; 

(©©©©qi— «©^Q) ' I 319§€II©1 — 2, Prosperous; ' 

«p I gtodiajj— 3. Full' of plenty, 
©© ©©«0"— Ql. 9. (933© StSf 9©©Q 3 ©Q + ©G*il)— 

Bara kanian 9Q ©©Hi (G©«) — Bara kanya (See) 

OQQOIO- €©G©. 9. (a 6 ETI. ©©©<*>!©; CKOT ©Q© y 
Barakandaj = 9^, ^S 91 . ae^l%+aWO x 

^ wtef, TWtfl g©^=©6ss©. ©£ ©G<aa© G3i9i$ 

9Q ©QIQ J SL M Q Q S. 96WQ — a^T 

9©Q!©(§) ? wiqa %qq ©a©.)—* 1 ©aqsik 
98©«r© v (9) J Bw>i — 1* Pepn. 

} \ 2l©»1j ©©^©ft — 2, An orderly,; constable. 
x x x q& <?ai$ qjsio es^ wiqiq 

* I Saift; 3©l©© — 3. A foot soldier. * | 9$ $ 
aiSfl £J©qj— • \ A watchman armed with a 


gun. * 1 g^aiqg g^qj— 5. A. guardsman 
armed with a baton; 

qq ©Oil — *. ^ — e. 1 (9©) ©©ais 6 ©©Hiai^— 

Bara kanya 1. Bridegroom elect and bride elect. 
9 I P999I§S>I 93,3 6 9tl— ?. Bridegroom 
and bride. • | ft^ai) 6^1 ©Q^l 9| WIQOI 
^1 — 3. An excellent bride or married 

woman. 

©Q©©«u gqcr -s. 9— G©T«9 ^9t9Giaig«« 91a© aiQ 

Barakanya prasanga qq^, W) ©^| qiq 9Q |q 
©^991 ggl© 1 — A proposal in connection 
with the finding out of a suitable bride for 
a bridegroom or vice versa. 
©Q ©Q©l— giG© (£»©?£) 9— 9©S»f(G©«!) 

Bara kajana Baraga (See). 

©Q ©iqi — e. M, *l— (©^8;9Q— »©acfe ©*^=- 
Barakaya €iqjQ SII9IQ ) — q$?q| fifl) —Beautiful; 

graceful (woman). 
OQ%Ol— €©. 9. (©in)— ©^©1 qa*,a G€ilf<i e«-$la- 
_Barakuda A small island inlthe ChilkS.lake. 
(©9%?i— acmqg) [ Q— <|^GQ «sg©i^ q©ior© 
ca«o ©er©i «@ 6 %$<] TO«'"89raiQg$i ] 

QQ^O— g|q % 9— 9©G©I© (e©«l) 

Barakuli Barakoli (See). 

©QGQIS-CQ. 9— (ST. 90© + GQIQ)— ©©Qjjg (§ 9§q 
Barakoli er©— Jajube (tree.and berry); Zezypfcus; 
ttfF^ ^j *\UfW yTj'^Bg Jujube. 

ffOQfl. afliqa. acaiaji i 
a.Qiq— q^ wa> Q^g [<g_ <]$] QiQqia ^^g 

©^Q©l, ©©^ ©401, ©%5 'QW-©^ 'G^aa (§ 

€©10, €©l», GTO©, »di ; . Era giq gsii^ I <i©- 

q©a, gqi% eglw, g©i© 9©g©i© o^er© 

ss w*©i ©o «i9i©iq •««■!■ o^i© 

g - €910^ g-a ai©G© Qg© 9^ <§ sq 

GO. GQqg©!^ Q°CJ QG<1 I <9I© Q& $\§w I 

©I. G©q^1 ai9Gj£TQ$_ GQG© ®q$ 

SL 69|©q1 ; s>q^ | ^qc©I© ^QggiQ. 

*'• ^i^ ^©g©i© ©©G©l© QSQ 

n. al©^, 09«? ' " ga eciw"6 «8 99; «©, 

0©l© 99G9IO fll°» 6'«Wiq© w S9J'«B$ <© 

§©i© ©qg©i© aa si@ ©i9f o©9i G©sgei ^.q© 

^IG9 1 ©^■g©IQ"©Qe©IO%'W©5C9.|0.©9§ I 

<i©l 9$ ©a©qg <j s©, ap99f l o-€l©g©i© 9^j- 


^«C9l©*fl 


( *»9^ 


Q€i«^ : 


goiqq e.vQiq— (e) 9$ «<w, ^ff*>, 9© sis?— 
<>) q,eiw, wsi», aas> to, qsws— («) §9" 
W3i, "tfi 99*33, 9$er$Qi— (*) qgaw, $iei» S9q" 

9$ $ & qqT«iQ© 1 491 8% W, Qgwra, <aq 
6 aaisiofaOi eg QffQQ r Q 1 gq£> GQI& ai©GQ 

801 6 WNQGQ 9<§i £>!$_ 3$©GQ GflfSIQ, %IW 
G9l$%G$ISi) 6 2J©GS$ GSHQ^ TO?" TO^ I flfcl 
SH9G9 9QG9I© SIQ9I S>€<$ I ] 
9Q€$I6>S0 — G9. W— OQIQGQ 9SJGSI& QQ— 

Barakolia Of the shape of Jujube berry. 

€>QG9IG>€1I Siiai— GQ. Q-—9QG9IQaQ 99 9 < ai9Q— 
Barakolia topa" Raindrops aa big as jujube 
^$d?W1 4<£|tNl4< berries. 

QQG9I&Q1 Q%fy— GQ. 9-G9$ 99$ GQ€1€> 9G$I$9 
Barakolia basanta qjg 9§G©I$ QQW9 — 
cfeffit ^C*i Smallpox eruptions like jujube 

3CT 3^T ^FSTO berries in shape; black or big he- 
morrhagic postules, 

QQ€t— * SiGQ («Wq«l) $ — ($Q. fi. 9«Gt=9S)— 
Barakh V I 9$S — 1. Year. -> I 9^3-2. Age. 

QQ«@I — W. 9— G9QSSIIG© 9ltf 9IQGQ G3Q Q^QIO 
Barakhagla aQ^ag) 6 gQCTQiq Q3II SQ^Pi 

«ltf%; *w*l6 ©irq aiaqipc^ gsjs$ siogq 3$$iq 

QGIft— A long slender rod held by the 
left hand on which the weaver of a net 
puts the already finished nooses of the 

net, while weaving 
G>Q«ie(9 v )— G9G9. 9. (£TL 9§«l3 v )— V I £K?OnO. 
Barakhas(st) ©tQg GQIQ3J91$ 9Il£^ 91^ G9IQ 
^"fftS ?19I — 1. Dismissed; removed from a post 
WUIMi tVCUNI or service, > | Ol«3*,Qg© 9Q89| 
(©©Q)— 3* Stopped from working; closed 
(said of an office or court) 
013 51© 9|$ «0Q VQQIg I QQ 

C9C9. §— * I SWGmQj ^©Q^ 91^ G99I— 

1. Dismissal; removal from service* j 

9©$9 9I& 9<3 G99I— 2, Closing of court. 

9QS1ig> 9$QI— G9. 3. ( ffl. 99<si£ % )— t, I (G9fo§ 

Barakhasta kariba 9i^) aQO^o qqqi 3 .999?! 

^r*Tte ^n GWIJfll^QQQI— 1. To dismiss "or" 

S^lTCr 4KMI remove a person from service. ^ 1 


(9G»Q n®§) 913 W TO9I— 2. To close, 

to stop the working of (a court or ofiice). 

QQSiig G99f~ GQ. 5. (ffl. 9Q Stlgj— <. 1 Qlfli^ Q«© 

Barakhasta heba G991 — 1. To be dismissed from 

Wlte 3**t service. 3 | ( 9©Qm? ) 9G G99I— 2 

«K.<sHW CtfT (court etc.j To be closed - 

QQ€1I&— G9G9. M. (ffl- Wjaigl)— 9Q€I|§ q^fllq— 
Barakhasti Relating to dismissal- - 

^Plf#l (flai— ^Q«lg ^q«i, Qsjeng a^JQi 1) 
^!?srre?ft e. (ffl- QQ«ig]) — ©tfoSQ — Dismissal, 

QQ§ffiaQ(a, & y 9)— e$GQ. q- (sri. Q99q£t=-9q^q)- 

Barakhilgpa<pi, pba, phi) ^ I W%Q G9»l— . 
ft»!t*rift)f TOWKftlL Negligence; neglect of duty 

3*:fSksn*K J \ siflcr© — 2. Adversity. • | aq^Q 

3 Incongruity. 

GQGQ, Qtf]. (ffl. QQ^Qffl)— I I 6£l 5 909IO — 

1. Opposite^ adverse^ contrary. 9 \ aqctfi- 

©Q© — 2. Leading to adversity. * | siggf®- 

3. Incongruous. 

QQQ— 91. Q. («• *«)— e I 9« (eo«)— 1. Barga 

Baraga (See) > \ ^|g. ^q. g^^. cififQI— 

^< 2. Mode. « 1 QiqeoQ. q©qq ; ^lfifa|— 

^3T 3. Method; good rule; regularity, v j g^ 

4 Multitude. 

QQC10I— 69. 9. (^. 9^Sl)— <$>g<?iS> §5-^A kind 

Baragar^a of bean; Vigna Semensis. 

7^ [ q_<3 M , g^ ^g gQ q(G ^ <9I ^ Q? 

3tf5rqr$ ^teT Ifa, 99 eg G^fei 6 cw, <t q©i 6 ^q ^ 
s«lQ,-afflt 6 s^oi 91 oiq 95© g>»i i <9iq 4Q\6 ■ 

$Q B Q«QQ 9« ^ QQ^IQ 9Q «|2I^ | ] 

qqgwi(«i)— gu (aoi) e. (q°. %e af^c^Q ©q^^ Qh(q 

• Baragana(na) ©QQ|)— ^ j GS^^^OIQ^I^QQQI— 
*f&ft ^RT 1. Sending; emitting; to discharge 

(Apte). 

J I ^0 GSQei— 2 - Sending of emissaries 

or messengers. 

* I QCGQaGGG©fe.9 Qlfli ©Q9I OIQ* GG?^§ 
filOq, (391 ©flG<5 G9f^l9 Qi^Q ©^J— 

3. Deputation of a person to do- 
some work at a distant place. 


*.- ' 


9QQ GWl 


( +*9 m ) 


QQtflO 1 


ffGO« 0©CQ QQQ CQ CSJ9 

giG9. (09QIQ) ©— 9GQQ 91% SQiq— Sojourn. 

cfl qi§ ©m Qd ©<3 eiQ «cg ; sisfl cc« «o«a i 

€19010. »19l«l Gb I 

^Qa 9Q6I—G9. 9«. (S. 90)—* I ^ ^ W 9^. 
Baraga baraga Qft Oft — 1. Several groups of. 

**rr«rc?nfjT 9 1 09 oq oiaq? ©i©i giqq— 2. Of 

various kinds. *> I 2)$°<S«i — 3. Countless, 

?QQ 9Q^i ^flffl fi^Jft 9iQ G99 tilSl^O f 

r.Qft. C&QSlCISOlq I 

"tf I GC^ll^CI— 4. Classification. 
©Q61J— €^>G9. 9* (9. 90; Qq\ q4=S^ ) — K\ 
BaragS G9IOI9 S®G9 9§> Q9G9 G9^ ^3^11 
^^Tt $6J?IIQ 9QQIQ 3N — 1. Rafter of the roof of 
gt?TT a building. 

> t (©I9l©«i qsi) CI91Q9 oiqgq q3$|9| 
9H 9IO— 2. (nautical) Long bars or 
rollers attached to sails, 

x X OSS. OSWJCOKa 30 VQQitfft 
GSS CQQ €09 WQ O* ^§ 08 G^Q8§ I 

9QQKG6I)99I— G9. (a^i) S— 9QQ9I $£jiq gte$qp- 
Baraga(ge)iba Causative of Baragiba. 

9QQ— G9G9. 9.(al. 9lQalQ=<3l§s»9; GQ1QH SgSlQ 
Baragi s9|sq9 QQh$ %Q. 9". $>ei=9G>5 <QIQG* 

^Pr qg9<§ G9IQ aw 9%?i9i$.) — wiqjjlq 

TOvfev ^ff W^ffl G99^99l<3) GS9I— Marhatta 
(qq^ — £I<?*tQa) horsemen or freebooters* 

pqo d©a «t« ap© 

339Q CQQ3CQ 901© i £»»i»— g ?Qoacr » 

[ o— <raiG9 s§9s & »%K?a 3919 gq 6$siq 
6 9aG93Q 91^ 6 wiQaio ss$as 6 «j*9 9Q 

a^lsfalS^HS^g, 9%31GQ ! 90 91 QQ 91^ 

QQQtffl— G9. W- (*• 9€f|q—«©S €19 siGsr qg 3 <aai— 

Baragia 39Q2tell5 G99QC2I) — <» | qgftfr — 

2. Methodical, j \ QqIsj ( G93 )— 2. 

Barglya ( See ) 

©QGIQI— G9. 3. W. SR ^SL 88 "® 1 " 10 «Q9I— To emit 
Baragiba Aptej — ^ | (^©SI9 QOIQ9I — 1. To send 
*flVft 5t3RF an emissary^ 

9ftQ^Ci 091 qS9 9511 9JQ I ^if 9- 091330 «*» I 


* J €9fa§ ©irfHBQ ©Sep 9Q9I— 2. To- 

employ in a certain work; to depute. 

aa«o ^9 «j9i I weflftH— 9olo i 

* I G99d 9Q9I — 3. To send; to despatch^ 

QQW— €9. 9. (^. 9^1)— <!9g919 ?1@— A- kind ' 

Baraguidi o^ pulse; the covsrpea^ 

9Q9§ 9?^l9 ^. " Vi ^ na Cafc 3 an g; Dolichos 

QOT^ - giflQI, ffPQ, Sinensis*. 

Ma5bl, fl«JQI, trOQ), ['g— < €19^»G9 ^9lft 

a<l,*q»90l, WlfiOOQI, §< I 9^®S9 <9I Ml, ©S ; 

©1I9! 6 ©§^l I «2 951 6a QG9 I a£ 

G«l©9^il 9 «. as^iiq— «8& <f« WTOCQ fl9h 


010% G«IG9 QIQ QQ' 

eiiaf) I 9Q9 6 mo 9C 

GQ9GQ <19» 9Q99IQ I <* 
9pqr fla^GQ G^,©9^t r 


$Q©«l99i 5 giflil, 
^$, CTtsi, ^^qft, ^^ 

9, ©|9GQ ^©99, «0*9^9 6 94- 

Ga)£i9 I ^919 q? g^M9^ r 0, 9UQIQQ, 90 , QI€I9 6 : 
OSGQ€lGQ Q99I99 I 901 9Qqg»Q q^ q.%019^ 
Ql^y ^S9ai9, €L«9^9, 9£T 6 G€lia9l€t9 6 9§~ 

9QqQ20 — G9. 9«— 99^§) «fl9l9 %9<1 G9t 6 G9IQ— 
Baragurdia Round and small like grains of 

oovrpea*. 

9Q^©80 Q3$— G9, Q — G3^ 99^9 9G$i^9?tlQ 9Q- 

Baregurdia basanta qg) aQ giQ— Pea-like a pos- 

^r^ ^>f^ $&X ^[^} ^»J^t %^^7 tuies of small pox.. 

0Qq§ 991— G®- W. 9.°— * I 9Qq©-QQ©Q 9191 
Baragurdi mubafi ?]9G9 £ll< — 2. Having pock- 
(r^lfe^n marked face. 9 | aiQlQ ^9 aqjQQ qq|q 
^?55T ^»^IG9 3Gag|^9 GSt— 2. Haying ^ 
(9WU?aqjl — S9i%a) small face. 

99q§> qjf ) - [ 9— 091 «U09S«5 <TCQ9i§GiGff 
99^>2« qtf f OG13QOIO 6 «0 G91Q G^99 
9«liq I ] 

9Q9l9— G9. M. (3°. 99 + 9l9)-SIQ ay QQ Q90I- 
_ ^. 

Barachina (OQ|)— Very thin (clot»h) a - 

G$. Q — QQ 99QI %C1I> Ql9l 6 g9— Very thin 

clothe 


9QS 


v +•?* ) 


99*1 


)— G9. © . (a°- 9<s v ai^Qi^Qi, qqqi) — 9^g. 

Barachh5(chbi) Q^ig,. G9<il— Spear; lance.,* 
9$ J ^ 9H 9I^€I 91 Q109 2J9GQ, 3^319 

■"Wtf-ffqaiQaw I] 
^Qg qi©o— to. 9*1—9/919 agi© qiq^qi 9^9— 

• Baracbha ghatika (one) Wounded with the 

spear. 

<QQ9— 31. M. (QQ+QO ai^O^I+sO- 
Baraja «flq (§. a)— Elder; eldest. 
.»9©I-*I) G9 9. (tf. Qai9=a99<a 9Q9I; ©qj 

a. $©^==^ 3.9' aa aif g^a qaacQ G3& 

^W «rcW,^3T SM% *. §?■ 9l?9l; 91. 91^)-. 

aia wai9 ai§) ai§> G9IQ $qi 31939/ s^i- 

819© 93l"Q© GSJ? — Betel plantation (with 
a light thatch over it.) 

91 9— V I $©qQQ 5 §©9<^aQ 913813) 9^^ 
91991 913- 1* A name by which persons' 
named Brajasundara, Brajabandhu Braja- 
bihari ete are called. 

9 \ (*. 90) §© (Q9<3)— 2. Braja (See) 
099e« giq salQ to go6« 9Q9 vft» g»9 1 

©wet. Co* qaqs | 
«Q0O— 91. $- Wi)— 9©9 ( G9S ) 

BarajaDa Barjana ( See ) 

-QQ9 99©— 91. 9*1. (tf. 9©)— 9$ SSi©— 
Baraja baraja Numerous; of great number. 

<5>Q©— G9. 9S— 3lff% G3^SIG9 99© 9Q 319 gfi 
Baraji 2li9i9 9Q§— Growers of betel in planta- 
^t^t ^, sfcdT, TO[ tions. 

(99©a,9©,9©a-si9^a) [ g— ro^g gi© 

(9Q©«(l-il) sSQQgJ 6 993SIG9 a|9 3919 

«>9©QI— G9. (Q9*») §. (*. 9^*19—0,13 0Q9I)— . 
Barajiba a§>9i— To give up; to shun. 


^fBfl ^Q» OQ€U «? cpl C© 9qiQ I 

'. . g!69, (d^9l0) ,3— ©99lj 9391— To fret. 

9QSto— ST. 9. (99 «8^ *«IL -*9)— v j G9ia . 6 ©g- 
Barajibi 9I^CJrOiq Qg<Q 9&TO '9IQQGM (@i) 
(9Q«)i$ < 31 — q]) I. A mixed caste born of cowherd 

and weaver castes. 

J 1 «£| fiKfffro SI§tfQ §193 gg|9 ( §. g )— . 

2. A son born of a Brahmana father and 

8adra mother - 

QQ ^i^—gQ. q; (qo # 9Qi9«t!)— G9!«qia9GQ Qlgf 

Bara jhanji $aG9 QJ99I9 <19 g9IQ ^9IOa 9Q— 

' q . 9iQQfl1, ^91 An aquatic bushy weed; 

*fffl» CI>W*fft1j ^ ^t Pistia Stratiotes; Duck 

^- SL*iB- [ Q— <9I9 GOQ aiaf flai^L 

fl. ©oflfl^i qh ?iN 1 a^Q QaQ-ai^ 

eo. ^q G9iqs> 6 fl%i ; aid a^GQ 

* Q <* ") 9^ Q5>GQ ai£? S9Q 3Q OS)- 

G9l9(Q)g[Fi J G ^9 ?!QG9 <9I CflWfilS 

©9 fl^Q 9t 93, Q9, 9199, ^69l<a9ia9, 9^ 
95* S Q ^ G^I<39lQ9 I G3§ ^©^ 999 9^ 
CfllfllQIGQ 9(^91 99g;iS G9$ ^Q^, «|q 9 g M 

9=119 9Q aaQ agq qgao 9GQ 9iq 99 «S g € cf 
«»" «Q6) I 91^919 W5P ^9S!^ QQ9 (Indian 
plants) g, §QGQ ^^ aQ ^ ^ <§ ^ ^^ 

G9Q <3GQ OQI 9G9 G3 <^G9 ?(9I QQ G9I9 (69a) 
^iG9 Q§ a© 399 G9IQ a§ Qg 9QGQ ©q| ^, Q 

G9IQ«Jg I ] ^ 

9Q3-go. «. (99°+©)— 99° ( m) 

Barancha Baraii ( See } 

W*-<!-. 9. 1-. ( 9 m^o* , 4 y^ , Wog _ 

Barata 1. Swan; gander. -M 99 ffQ (§. «g)_ 

(99tl-^l) 2 Kunda flower (See). * | qq^ ( g 

€l)— 3. Wasp. v , flShWM (§ «)! 

9QSL9 ?— A. a kind of grain (Apte) ^ 

QQil-g». 9. *l. (9Q*+* a)^ 1 Q %f> -2.Wa 8 p. 

Barata 5 | 99%9 <l Qa> 9W^^2. Feminine 

, of Barata 

*iai%9ieai9 (©. fl )^3. A kind foetid 

insect; lady bird* 


Wttl 


( *«5>* ) 


9Q* 


Barati Goose; a female-swan. 

O^IQgl S 1 ©*! 0©« «CQ Q? 

9°g9 9ieo s?icq ceo I aQflS^. eooa ©§ifl$ * 
-'€»Q9— w. s>. 41. (g°. 9© s ai%)— 9SQI I (G9S) 
Bararda Bararga 1 (See) 

-QQ@H— G9. «?• & ( 9°. 9G? ^T )— « I «$ $9I»1 
Bararda gr$Q $a qq G9IQ giQaw: a^a ai^. $\ 
H^tf^Tra, *&* saiQSJ9l QIQ — 1. A milch cow 
which hae gone dry. ? ) (%\ 9^) qqq, 

9p ( G9«l )— 2. Bararda patra ( See ). 

* I QWS*! (G9<a)— 3. Baragarda (See) n\ <jg 

gQlQ Q9 ©OQ €!S (9§Q ClKSlgGQ $[9) QQ|qo 
8$ aid go) — 4. A big wild tree whose 
young and tender shoots are cooked as 

pot-herb. 
[ 9— -491Q GQ139 Q$> €I9©1©GQ «|€l%Ga 

&MIQH I ] 

* I ©£>QlQfllGQ QO qcilQQI QGQ OI9KjLfll^l 6 

6JTO ©Q9I SWIG9 ©§> QOGQ G3§ 3gQ«l? 

33^ — 5. A piece of stone used by painters 

to rub over paintings to make them 

permanent and shining. 

9 I Qfy® 91 QIQ C1QQ 9I$CN — 6. The leafy 

sgt^t SjSTC branch of a coooanut or palm tree. 

QQ 9Q9I «1fi, <Sa« SQ9I ^qs, 

glG9. (9WW ) S>— a|Q $>£»€*€> Qi^a 9§ 

ol SJSGQ GQ OftlQ GS§ Ol^a $SG€j a|Q 

Q9Q% &S9I — To sow paddy in a ploughed 

and levelled up muddy field. 

"$>Q9I 0* — €9. 9. ( q°. QQ^ )— t I 09a 6 OlO ciflQ 
Bararda patra 9l$aiQ ^Q QICIGQ 3°RCj 3$> — 
=TT3^! 0®t*0 *tW 1. The leaves attached to the 
SH' lUtaHM ( 3fgrer) <reff ridge of the bough of 
(QQ©I 3QQ — siGWga ) eocoanut and palm trees. 
[ 2—^3 G^qiff *!»<* 99GGQ 3QS), <gaiQ 
«fefi 9<»^Q G99 Q$f G$ GQG9 99§ ©I 99 

=tf^W5t*l ■> i 9f»2fl 6 eiQ GQQ 9|$Crl— 

Wl^tacriCM dl«i*l ^ot 2 V Branches of eocoanut and 

palm treeB. 
*QQQ— €9. ^>. 41— 9€)^a ( G9« ) 

Barardi Barardia ( See ) 


glG9. (QIGR4Q) 9- U°. 9Qt1) — 9%§)—Wasp r 

9Q^a-^G9: 0* 41. ('^°. Q^^ll )-^G3$ : eil*}0 9I§<31 
. Barar^iS q© G9IQ flW% "dl^ WQ 9%i 9«*M§, 

HW dll}-^A milcii cow which has gone dry 
owing to its calf becoming old. 

QQ«— q°. S*. ( 3 £Jl^«Gg9l ©Q^l, aQO QQ9l + g9. 

Barana qq )— v I ©G^ld— 1. Engagement 

appointing. 5 | G999©l 9^ qjSqg© 91 

2 The act of welcoming a priest or 
Brahmana to officiate at a ritual* 

* I 3^1© gqGQ Qa§o 9§ 9i^<5r w^ 

Q$Q aa^IIQ 9Q G9IQ 9I§9I — 3 t The act 
of choosing or selecting one's husband at a 
suiters* competition meeting, v | (_[-QQg] 4 
»9 ) 2fl9Qei 9^ — k A covering cloth; 
wrapper. * | 9^ (*) (g9«)— 5. Baruna 
(5) ( See ), * 1 ( -fQQSi. eic> ) siol^ 
Q9Q9!^ — 6. Rampart; compound wall, 
9 t giaOi — 7, Prayer; supplication. r | 
^^-8. The ceremony of a bride choosing 
her husband in an assembly of candidates, 
c 1 S^ISO— 9. Selection; choosing. %o | 
©fl^^j —10, Invitation , 

tA \ gQ gl — li. Praise. 

?Q<i »g fles fl$^9c» q^qQ oq^iq ca— 

OS. GV'CQ'SI^QIS } 

*> i 6j; $S ( g. €1. )— 12, Camel. t« | G9(fi | 3 

G3%(§. a)— 13. Bridge; dyke, ^v | qq|. 

a©*OI; SlglQ ( «.. -SI- )— 14, Adoration; 

worship, ^* l 20^199 — 15. Covering; 

screening ( Apte ). K$ | ^sg — L6. A tree 

in general ( Apte ). K9 I 9IQ<I — 17. 

Keeping off; prohibiting (Apte )" 

^fl G9. 9. ( 9°. Op; 9Q«J )— ^ I CaFQOMi^ 

*&X, ^ Qi09%si; q«©IQ ^^1 — 1. Pimples on the 

( 9qga— aff^a ) face; aone.. s | 9^1—2. Boil. 

^*t ^CT * I ( 3°. 9§i 99*16^ 9i9JSi ) — QGr— 

3. Colour 
««Q^9Q« geft COi CQC§— qyr»ia. cqa^o 1 


+f>»* 


9QtfO 


( *•*? ) 


9Q$Q» 


W * I ( S». Qlfl «49IQ; **- 93Q )— aKta, $9, 

**pr 9QG9I© G$ 6 Qia Wfiq 9999l§© 9Q- 
9011^91 QQQSp G9IQ39I ^ti ^?tQOS 
91 929 9"l5^B9ifol QQ9I 93; OQISGt— 
4. A kind of showing respect to a newly 
married couple or an honoured guest. 
69. M. SL°. (9°. 9§) ( 99i )— OtfQ; 9JQ5 

[9Q«|(<(1)— OftO] ^Mf|— Having the colour of. 
00«I9— 9°. 9. ( 9Q3+9 )■— 258199 ( $, d ) — 

Baranaka Covering. 

ooag> (®i)Q— go. 9- (s°. 9C?o+©&9)— gfliGia 9«H> 

Baranada (dfijla 9<i§ 91 ©|9|©1^ 2IQWI QQ9I aicT 
^WSffl G3$ 91QGQ. <5jJ3>, OOGOIQOp, Q$% 

*»V*fl srrarr • qja, er$, ©qg> 6 oa qqi as g$Q 
69IQ3I-3 — A tray in which various neces- 
sary articles are kept arranged with a 
view to be used while welcoming a guest 
or a bridegroom on ceremonial occasions 
[ 9— 993QIQGQ * v % Q9ia C 2N4 I sal — 
acrisjsjoi, oqq 5 Sol, ai©i f 9jpi, qt, era, 9$, 
op, 3^9 < §0$ ©q© q§ ), 9cjq, scr, 9% m « 
^ GGtlGQQQI 91 9Q<3), 8$lfl C 9SJQ ), gg 3 Goto* 
oig, Gfifa, 9M, aaolj 9Q9loSoc(p, e^Q, qg | 


SGSW9 


a9ia 


9i§^steiwefl aatfi oqsKi 1 ] 

9Qdfl|fi(QI,flSl)— 9. 9- (fl. a. 6(3; SQS + giQI; q|$«i) — 
Baranamala(la 3 lya) ^HQ q$|G€3 09il 9QQ" 9Qs 
95191 twdoq^a ©|qr 699G9 69$ EfOSllft 
0<VQ 9< — A chaplet of flowers which 
a bride puts pound the neck of the selec" 
ted bridegroom at the competition 

parade. 

©0«ial— e.o— 9io«1 5 9ia1— 

Baranasi Benares (Apte). 

OQfll— -GQ. (99m) Q4. (affi S9 8GQ QG^ fiiai — 699- 
Barana qq^i ) — qq^q ^q. — Feminine of 

Barana, 
69. 9— 9«tf| ( 693 ) — Bajana ( See ) 
3. 9. ( Olfl )— 1 I 9ldl 90*69 9999} GSt 
Wh — 1. Name of a small river flowing 

near Benares* 

[ g — < G*3 6 «d qis9 _©«) oiq^q^ 9io$ql 
OlflQ R%$ 1 ] 

5 I §TO9Q QS1Q99GS3 — 2. Name of a tribu- 
tary of the Indus* 


[ 9— 491 3S90ICQ 9Q<3]9j 9<a^ §S©96Q" 

9oag 1 ] 

* I 909 (S. a.) — 3. A kind of pulse, 
9Q@— €9. 9. ( 3. 90*1 ) — «. I 9QSI — I. Act of 
Barani choosing, selecting or formally inviting 
> I ( 6$j»ff aiQ ) m^ —2. Invitation 
( to a feast or dinner ). 

9Q€tai<S0*)— G9. 94. ( 3. 9Qtf|£j )— 1 I 6§j€>0 SJIQ^ 
Barania( an ) efl^o— 1. Invited to a feast, 

5*1 TOirf^irsOT j 1 G3$ Si$€<jL G99iqy©i9 

WQ9I aiQ S99IQ 9Q« QQaiHO^ — 2 
(Brahmana) Commissioned to do worship 

to gods. 
004(1—69. 9d. ( » t 9$l )— 9Q61Q ^iQSf — Feminine 
Barani f Barana. . 

OQfilq— 3. 9<a. £L°. ( ^ al^+©^. 203 )— qpq^ 
Baraaiya q©i5 qftfOfliq — Worshippuble; 
( OOdlqi— ffl ) adorable. 

90$— a. 9. ( q a^+9<§. ^ Hi^iq ^. 

Baranda G3f9Q Q^iQ — 1. Pimples on the face 
of young people; acne, j | qiq^j 

2. Veranda; portico, m | 9©§ e Q( Q (g #a ) 

3. Angling string; the string of a fish-hook 
( Apte ). v 1 qtj9 ( g. € ) — ^ Multitude^ 
collection; group ( Apte ), * \ q,g QQ ^ 
91 C!9| ( g. Q )— 5. A bundle or heap of 
grass (Apte), $ | ^q 9fQ| QQjQg q G99| 

aioT ^isiqiogq ^q Qisis Q§9i giQ q^GQ 

9^991 9I£ ( g. -a )—6 f A. wall raised 
between the stables of two quarrelaom e . 
elephants. 9 \ ^^ QGO^— 7. Pocket 

( Apte ) 
9Q$0-*. 9. (q. a^+9^. ^ + ?lGa 9.)—' 
Barandaka ^ j Qsjg ( qqq, )_1, Baranda (See) 
-^ I aOSO q^J^IO 9SgsjQ dyMg Q^— 2. The 
wall between two fighting elephants m 
©l S _3. Wall, v j sjsiq 9|qq,_ 4 ^ 
Elephant-saddle ( Apte \ * j fl |^ Q gg 
(g. a.) — 5; A mound of earth ( Apte ). 
*„ 90 - * I 9® 03 6010— 1» Round. 9 \ <g S) _ 
: . 2. Terrified. * | 9fl | . 99.-3. -I^argej 
massive; great ( Apte ) f v |.^g^— 4 
Miserly. « | qwggj go— 5. Miserable]. 

wretched (Apte), 


<*Q$I 


( *»99 ) 


99©9? 


9Q§»I— €9. 9 (e. 99<Sfc 9iq><gl »-?IQ 8& 01. 9^991)- 
Baranda 9|q$|. gis^ q9Q ^Wft^ 9gt ; 

^tWl «9Cf — Veranda; portico; porch . 

9Q$|— S. 9. (Q. t14+9Q«. 8^+«l>— M 9^3 

Baranda (g T a,) — 1- Billhook- 9 I Qfflj QOOI — 

2. Lamp- wick ( Apte ). m \ g|Q$|aa| — 

3, The hill-myna bird ( Apte ) t 

9Q$i§— e. 9— «9€1S — 

Barapdalu Castor-seed plant, 

©Q$1— G9. 9. ( ff. 9Q9 )— ( S^SIS ) G9QQQ 9|§S 
Barandi Q| qqqq QSGCi 6 9GG> g9J QI&Q a°a<fqs 
fieifl 9G«j1 6 9 «iq 9Q«jl ( G9$» 9G» G9I\ 
6 93' G93 ) — Particular parts of the struc- 
ture of a temple. 
9QG§QQI— giC9. ( Q®\Q\% ) S. ( *• 9^ <$. 9©<% 
Barandeiba g. 9IQQI ) — 6SQQ9I — To sweep, 

9Q9— Ql. 9 ( *. 9Q )— <* I 3© ( G9« )— l- Brata 
Barata srst ( 9Q*— aft««%9 ) ( See ) 

^ I ac<3$© m cotaS 99^ 90 ^Q(%a6Q 9Q- 

aiqiQ 9I9C9 9^1391 91999 — 2. An amulet 
■worn on the occasion of Anantabrata. 

9Q99— €9. 9. ( S. 9Q9$ $§; C999 )~~ 
Bsratana^ £ I G9TO— 1- Pay. 

-* I QV\Q\, 9fiJ!Q, 9G$)Q ^9Q 9I& 9Q9I €3iq.* 

C<5fa gs 9^SQ eiGQ 8IQ91 aiQS^Q — 

2. Annual wages paid to a washerman, barber 

and carpenter rendering service to a 

house-holder 

* I ( g;^ TOSI© ) — 9lgff > c ® eg a P — " 
^t*TC 'TtcW 3. Utensil, 

fll. 9— 9QG> ( OT«l ) 

Bar tana ( See ) 

9Q©9 €11^91— 69. §— *. I 91$ S!«9l— 

Baratana sadhiba " 1. To take vengeance. 

[ 9— GUI91 99IQQ G3^ ^93 9Q99 G99IGQ 
9QQ9 Q€12II< 9I91Q G97tf3 ©§9i W.apGQ SS§ 
SJ9QQGQ G819I 9giQ $5 q9flQ 9I&GQ ©Q 9Q 
91$ ©191 991$ 9*9$IG9 391$ 99l€t Og «0 
C9IQ88 I ] 


-> 1 (G9M 9$iq) giq9iglor0i% 91^9 a»Q399^9|sj 

(ToT^T ^T^T ^?rt ^ ^d^i'HI 9Q9I — 3. (the bar- 
ber and washerman)- To collect the annual 
wages from each of the villagers. 
9Q ©$ — *• 9. (9|fl) — q€QG€ig — 

Bara tantu Name of a aage. 

[ 3— <9IS? 8W q^ 99^i| G99I0IQ 39 q9l<^ 
OIGQ QSl QQUGQ 6 SI&Qiq? 9Vq 9I» Q$|{M I *1 
9Q Q^l — ff. 9 — M9fl| ( G9« ) 

BaratiktS Phanaphana { See ) 

9Q^I — 3- 9. ( 9Q+CS ^^.+ 9f . g+a )— 
Baratra Q^a%Q G91S QQ® (9. WQIGIQ) — 

A thick hempen rope. 

QQQHI9 — 91. 9^1. 9 6 ^. 961 — 9Q 91© ( G9«) ) 
Baratamana Barttamana ( See ) 

*-. 
QS. G&OTOOtg I 

©€JO«ff— €"9G9. 9«I. (ffl)— ^ I 9fcn9i 990^0 — 
Barataraph 1. Dismissed; removed from ser- 
^^^^ vice; discharged from service. 

<*<d<.ih J I QQQI G9IQ?J9I— 2. Separated. 

G9G9. 9— 9Q©Q3(G9ei)— Barataraphi (See> 

QQ©Q3— G9S9. 9- Gfl) — t I 9fe© ; ©£9q G99I — 
Barataraphi 1, Dismissal. / I BIQfill G99I; qaag9 

2 Separation, 

9Q0I(G0)QQI— gi. ^— 9QQ91 $^IQ Q»q[ qg — 
Barata(te)iba Causative of Baratiba. 

9Q^©— G9. 9. ( e. 9§9 )— 9QQ agl — 

Baratika The grey quail. 

9QQ& ao aal as aa eQGffi ©9S) se^ 1 

QQ&Qf— 91. 3. (e. QO^I^)— t I 9^9I 3 gttfGQ €)§9| f 
Baratiba Q|Q| — 1, To live; to survive. 

/ I 939^Q^IQ aiQ9f; QMQ91— 2, The escape* 
from a danger. • | Q|Q9| — 3, To be saved 
with one's life. 

v I «99^| Q@9t— 4. To remain after. 
* I 9^91 (G9«)— 5. Barttiba ( See ) 


£*v* 


■9^a 


( +*9T ) 


scacQQ 


9Q$«8 ~gi. 9<s. (■ «. go )— \ i saw© 50 6 €ja<?q<? 

BaratuS g^|Q gfll&l GQ\Q&\< — 1- Invested with 
( «I9QQ«|— ^a qjO ) the sacred thread. j | gg 
spsfr (GQ«) — 2 Bratl(See). 

€>Q$Q — gi. (qqh) q. (e. Q© o) — Q® Q (w) 
Baratuja Barttula ^See) 

Baratra s^| — 1, A strap or girth of leather 

fApte), 9 \ OflQCj^— % Thong (Apfee). 

* I 9!©Q Ql COI9IQ €0*1—3. The girth 

of an elephant or horse (Apte). 

*€>QQ— ST. Qfl. *q°. (QQ+9I ai§+©*§. a)— 1 I ©3 

Barada 9Q Qlff QGQ; «SRJ£n9Q — L Granting a 

(<?Qg9, 9QQM— «S>^9) toon > \ gq^ — 

($QS9i,9Q9l,QQQI $1 — <l) 2. Satisfied; propitiated; 

pleased. 

Q— t I 93Q©1GQhI©Q 9g!Q §^$1^9 gQJWQS — 

] , A kind of posture of the hand and other 

limbs indicating satisfaction. 

> I efiH€Jf« ( $9$!Q 9€s$s— gwa )— 

2. A kitd of potherb; Amaranthes Poly- 
gam us b 

Barada kaja Opportune or fit time or moment 

of a Deity granting a boon. 

■WiJ&fil-e. 9. (fl. a. GQ ; 9Q+Qfe«|)— WI9CWGQ 
Baradakshina QQWitf ^IffiGQ ©MBOIQTQ 9QQ 1 
GQ9I affl$- Present made to the bride- 
groom by. the bride's father while bes- 
towing the hand of the bride on him 

(Apte). 
QQQQ— €9. $— Q$ieiQ a%Q6«— A kind of 

Baradali (qqs> — SlQ^p) circular weapon. 

Barada swami 0§sg® Q$ 999 — Name of the 
(9QQI SjIsO-^aw^El) image of Bishnu in Bishnu- 

kanchi of Southern India. 
•CQQI- 3. 9. C (QQ^+%1. si) — * | ^dj — 1. Durga. 
BaradS ^ | ^Q^g — 2. Goddess of learning, m \ 
aWI — 3, A medicinal plant 


9". $ — 9S9Q ^iQfif — Feminine of Barada. 
€>QQ1Q(<1)- 91. 04. q% ( e. Q€iQI^«5 9Q9l£p )— 
Baradai(e) a^J%£roQ — Granting a boon. 
Wfc 3T^T sncTF (9$QI<]Q— fiQMq.Q) 
(9QQKK3, ©G91QSI — %|) 
QQQI Q§a1 — 3°. 9— 9K3 qjjQ^al— -The 4th day 
Barada chaturthi of the bright fortnight of 

the month of Magna. 

QQOIQ— 9°. Q. ( 9^| ©©; QQ+QIQ ) — * I G<5fdl3 

Baradana Qi^Q aqj1|9§q9Q 9Q GWI— 

(QQBW — ac^i^a) 1. Granting of a boon. 5 | 

SlgJQGQS — 2. The name of a sacred place. 

9€3Q9l CIO« §ag a«gs? 1 ^1^9, fl^iaQO ffff I 
QQQiq©— 51° W- 3.°— SW 1 (GQei)"Barada (See) 

Baradayaka (9091^1 — BflTQ.a) 

(9091^91, QQQiqo— %1) 
QQ9lQ-G?€9, p. (eri. Q9i^ ^^m ap qgq qs«)— 

Baradar t, » 919©) aiQtS9l<33 — 1- Bearing; 
?3*ft 5T^T carrying. 

(S3ai — »I9GWIQ, ^!©QQ91Q I) 

• 9 \ aiffiQ©ig— 2. Obeying; carrying out. 

(3211— §%99Q9IQl) 

QQQia— e?c«>.9. (ffi. 9wiw=g9»; — W; qs9i— 

Baradaata Bearing^ endurance. 

3^ft^S ^<4I^ Q^l — 39*i — Bearable* endurable- 

OQOig, QQQI — CQ. 3— g§Qi— To bear; to put up 
Baradasta kariba ^?ffT^ <S3l with; to endure. 
^r^RrT^?Tf 

©QQi$ G@^l— OT. 5—3^ €WI; 9§ CWI— 

Baradasta hebS To be boriie; to be endured. 

$Q9I§ — 6"§W. W. (ffl)— ^9^91^5 q§|^— 

Baradasti ^Wt^t ^^PErft Patient; enduring. 

QQtfQ-gi. Q. (39»i)— 99 ( G9«l ) 

Baradhana Barddhana ( See ) 

^WT g. M. 9.°- (9«I«GQ Qiej©)— 94«i W»- 
(QQaOl^ 9QM— ^1) ©|<g— Increasing. 

OQWOQ— 91- 961. (fWM) ( S. 9WQ)-^. 
Baradhanakara $$>QIQQ — Increasing. 


OQaflia 


( **$><£ > 


QQffQ 


-9QOTI©— gi. 9<a. (aoi) (e. 99fli©>— 9<sfcig (G9«) 

Baradhamana Barddhamana (See) 

^Q&iq— cq. 9. (* 9Q + a ai^)— o^aalq oa$ 9i§ 

Baradhara 9919 C9QI aicT QQ%. 9Q<3% ©g<aa 
^itr 9Q 3£rGQ aefal^saK]— A person who is 
(£;<$)) q — aftT^a) tent from the bride's house to 

the bridegroom's house to fetch the latter 
for the marriage at the bride's place, 
■QQdO— g». 9- (ff. <?<?©) — 9Qa© (GQO) 

Baradhuta (o® q — Wiqa) Baradhuti (See) 

G9. 961— ^ I ^§q§ — 1. Increased/; | sqfqcrV 

£L§~2. Prosperous, 

«9Qfcl©- i -gi. 9* (e. Q9\ — V t q® — 1. Increase. .9 I 

Baradhuti GQfgciH Q§T : — 2. Increase of pros- 

99©— HGH^p perity. *> | £qfe)Q<|j ^etfft— 

3 Prosperity; affluence, . 
>9Q©-glG9. (S1HG&Q) $—9$ — Colour. 
Baran <J*TC ^C*r 

-«q» g«iai— giw. (q«wi9) 9. (%&. $• 9qqtoq)- 

Baran sankaria 9$9£?ej ( G9<3 ) — 

Barnnassankara ( See ) 
-QQO-G9. 9. (e. 9§) — 9$, Qa— Colour, 

Barana ftis?i9i©9Qs> erfiaqiowe i ^gsg. s^icq© gg 

SK^T (QQQIj 9QS1 — <1) Coloured. 

>QQOQI - 69. 9— ©191© 6 G9l*q> 931013 6 a«C8fQ 
. Baranala gig} 9191CI Qqisj ftfil 91 sua— The 

*TCKr*fl gutter or tube for the passage of rain 

3T«IT<*rioTT) or other water from a boat or ship 
-QS©a— G9. 9<a. 1°. (aoi 39 sea 9<i9$Q) — 9feg- 

Barania ii ^H distal Coloured . 

QSI^ gOqfr C9IQ2S} 02H I SIS 9- A9IQQ0 ^ff I 

■9QS>©|— gi. (.991 )$.{». 9fi x ai%)— QfP?li 9§9I 
Baramba 9Q9I — To describe, 

. ^inl GO 93 C^ifl «<^Stj CS^CI SO QC^, 

ess^sk goto 1 

•OQ &$q— e. 9. ( 9$ «©i 9Q+ ©*£} )— 

Bar a nischaya ga,| @gG$ 95 aiJJQ 6WQQ — 
The choice of a bridegroom for a girl. 
■©QCaq— 91. 94. ( S. Q$W$ )— 94^ — Describablej 
Baraniya fit to be described. 


QQ SQ— #9(?<|l9©)— 99199 999 aq^aa 91 oat^ 
Bara paksha ^ *to Bridegroom's party. 

9QQ€1— G9. 9. {«• 99+831 )— ©<?il asoi^ 99 
Bara pana a|Q* 9N 9qQ9l 3919) 9W QJP^9W 
^ *M Qq99l ©af§? — Claim made by the bride- 
groom's party on the bride's party during 
a marriage negotiation. 
OQ 91$— *• 9— 9©il^ 9^19 S99I 9^6^ S^O 9Q- 
Bara patra Bridegroom elect 

^Q qt— *. 9. (qq ?iq gig qjj. qaHa9ega1 9*11)— 

Bara putra * | GQQOiqr 9Q GQlC QIO g^io— 
1, A son born by the blessings of a Deity. 
) I 699©iqr §GS«a Sl^g9 919—9. A person 
specially favoured by the Deities; a fav- 
ourite of the Gods. • | qq q$ a§ G99QI^ 
9iq a^qsa®— 3. Favoured and looked 
upon by a Deity as His own offspring, 
( 92JI— QQVQ m gQ^gi^r 9Q£|S ?j€R I ) 
v I G990IQ0I% 9Qgi§ 9^ — 4. A person who 

has got a special boon from a Deity. 
* I G3q Qg — 5. Best son. 
QQa^l (9«W)— S9. 9^1. tf— 9IOT81 91 0GQI9g G99 
Barapurba (kanyS) («lffli« % SI9igq|Q ©^<^ G99!) 
^t^TSl QSQ Qa&J 9Q g§© 9919 OT*^ 69IQ3KI, 
Cg S>^*® ^Gp SliQ 2I99I§©I 2I93ICQ 9@^9| 
(QOHl) — (a girl) Whose betrothal has been 
violated or broken and who has not 
thereafter been given in marriage. 
9Q £3Q>!q$ — a.M.9?. (9Q+g+Q| al^+9(g. ai9) — 
Bara pradayaka sjq^, qi©|. 9Q9— Granting 
(9Q A9I0I— aOnq.a) boons. 

(9€) gQI^QI, 9Q flQIpl— 41) 
9Q€T— S9S9. 9. ( £TI. 9ff % ) — t I <TCI$9 ©Q — 1. Ice. 
Barapha > I ^3|Q; gfll<a--2. .Snow. 

^^ (aai— ©q ©9 qm 9Qtr §<], qi§& .©s]^ 
q*^, stce 9ii ©9e« s^i €) $« i ) 

G9C9. ^dl — 9Q£T 9Q £igi— Ice-cold. 

QQ €TO— «T. 9. (Qrfai; 90 + 3'Q ) — t | g|gG©0 ; 

Baraphaia qq® (§. a)— 1. CocoanuJ; (fruit). 

^ ^f > I ( Q$S>1§ ) 9§>si 6IQ — 2, Cocoauut 

^3" <IRr tree t 

G9. 9. (S. 9^+erO)— 9Q SIQQ ff«— The fruit 

of banyan tree. 


9Q£T 


( ♦•JTo ) 


9Q : "0gOf 


©q3— G$ev^ (ffO— $g 6 atfqso ago ©§gsi*ii9Iq 

Baraphi qg 9$ Sht'3 ^ SG^a^GSS —Square 
(9ff r — «OMftQ) oa ^ e of sweetmeat as white as 
33#t ^rsfr ice. 

QQ ©fci— 3. 9 — 9Q 99HI ( G9S ) 

Bara badha Bara kanya ( See ) 

9Q Q©9I— 9- (99+9£>SI ) — £ I ($9) 9© 6 a $5 
Bara banita gjl qog— 1. Husband and wife, 

2. An excellent woman. 

Barabara SJCIGQ 91 9Q^GQ SJ$GQ <^G©^q.9l<l 
iv*W* 4444 1 , GK3< Q@9I — 1. Grumbling; angrijy 

muttering. 

xxx aa^qqprc g*q oia «©g] eiggQ aQ 
<?Q9Q C9IQ fllGftgaQ 9$aia«e?e q^tQQSa 

-> I ei«l$ CTIsCa© Q0GQQ9 3Q€I9 G99I 6 

a© Q©€3 601^91 — 2. A gurgling sound 

and burning sensation inside the breapt 

on aocount of indigestion. 

QQ9QQ|(€1!)— CQ, (QQi) 9. %1. ( 3. 9Q9fffl )— 9Q- 

Barabarana(na) 9§fci (G9«) — Barabarnnini (See) 

^Qffsci^caiff^ cg§ ae§ gqso sto— 

G>Q0Q«l(€)1) — G9. 9. tf — 9Q9g«l ( G9«l ) 

Barabara ni(ni) Barabarnnini ( See \ 

og» ^cosesiq ac« ccgg« epi e§ s* sees— 

QQ9$— ff. 9« (9§9l@ ; 9Q + 9£ J— qp|- 

Barabarnna Gold ( Apte )* 

GQQ^fl— *• 9. 3)1, ( 9Q-=Q8^+9|=Q€r + «g 

Barabarnnini vSqq QO+qJ. 3 ) — ^ | ^Qg ^|_ 

l.A beautiful of iair-complexioned woman 

9\ Silflli GGJf<3; 9015 afta— 2. Parbati! 

* I Q£jl — 3* Goddess Lakshmi. v j qQgg_ 

4. Goddess Saraswati. * | Qg|-_5_ J,^ 

? I GCllGq©G>l— 6, A yellow pigment. 

9 I 9Q9I— 7. Turmeric* 

r~ I 3^ Q9I ( G9S ) 

8. Priyangu creeper ( Apte )-( See ) 


9Q9l9{Q)-r-e§6Q# 9. ( ffl. QQWfl )— «. I 309iq — 

Bara bad (di) 1. Squandering. ^ | ?jg©<a-^ 

^^f? «K«U4 • 2. Waste. 

WOT. §51. ( Ot 9Q919 ) ^<. i Q% q^Md; 

QS19 — 1- Done for- undone; ruined. > \. 

ag©9 — 2. Spent; squandered- * | qi H £u 

qj) — 3, Put to expenses. 

QQ9IQ Q€J9I— e<?; S— ^ I *iGH 9m§% Q^Q VQQI — 

Barabad kariba 1. To ruin a person, j \ y^ 

^^t^f^^l SJOQi^ QQQI , 91 6J91Q9I— 2, To 

«i*.«m^ ^OT spend or squander money: 

Barabadia Squandering; spendthrift. 

^Q 9I§>9>1— G9. 9—9919 OGQ ( 9919 9iq| 9 

Barabahurda 0^0 9igl ) QQiiq, q^. 

•nW «it»rl gq© ai^iGq^^WQ 9^/§qi q9^ 

Gaiqai§)t^?9 «afiiiQQ^9QQ goiiafl©— 

The procession of the bridegroom retur- 
ning to his own house with the bride after 
(9GJQOT, 9I99I -8Kh%3) his marriage 

Barabahlika Saffron ( Apte). 

€>QSR— 3IG9. ( ai©3$ ) 9— 9Q WWii Slpl ©Q9i 
Barabhai &qq> q, g GGr g 9| fl |^_ A boj related 

fas3?; *?1^? to the bridegroom wljo accompanies 

CTt^ftqr him while he goes to the bride's place 

for marrying 1 . 

QQ q^Ql— G9. 9. ( S999 ) ( *, 9Q+qa«il )— ${*] 6 

Bara bhgrija ^1— Husband and wife. 

9Qfl— ff. a— 9Q° ( G9« ) 

Baram en W^R Baraii ( See ) 

91- 9. ( e. 9$ )— v I 9^3 aqi— 1. Soul. 

(900— aOiq,G) 5 l gla— 2, Life. 

9Qfl 9<ilS>— gi*,. 9. ( ff. 9$€j|Ca ) — 9^q (c9«|) 

Baram gyani C^^f 9|Jt^ Brahma jnani ( See ) 

OQft N Q€l€l v — 3IG9. (owslq) 9. (90. §§ qgg) — 
Baram rakhas er^t fi^ra* §§ Q99 ( G9S ) 

Brahma rakshasa ( See > 
9Q fl§»l— giG9. (SJ9^|) 9. (ff. 99 + SI§»)— 

Bara mandala 9^19 5991 gift qg. 99 a?9i^ 
9Q G9GO ^9CQ a^a G9IQ^9I ©p 91 qga- 
A circle drawn on the ground when the- 
bridegroom starts from his house to thfr 
bride's house for marriage. 


GQ91Q 


V *Ti ) 


99* 


QQfl(9) qQ — GQ. 9— GI&I33 §$3$ QC1Q— 

Barama(m) pura Berhamporein Granjam. 

(99«9Sb waaaa— ^«) 

9931 — C9. 9. ( S. §§ )-SgWa— The country of 
Barama (qS— «9iQ9) Burma. 

OQ ai«l(ftH)— tf. 9. ( «*. 0- €Q> OQ+aiQl) — 

Bara maiS(lya) «. I ^9 9QGQ 9QQ G99G9 
(93 _tO— a©iq.9) 9tfil9 tjQQ flIQI — 1, The gar- 
land put by the bride on the neck of 
the selected bridegroom. 
9 I (9*0 Mm SM— 2. An excellent gar- 
land 

Barami »I99<I (9h§))— 1, A person following 
<X% TOT^mT3ft the Brahmofaithj a Brahmo. 

2. A Burmese, 
q q|^_CO. Q. (3. 9Qsa|$1)— 99 flip! (_69<a ) 
Bara j ati TO *H, ^Tt^t Bara jatri ( See > 

QQ CIWI— «. 9—9$ €WI QIQ 99M9 ^9% 9QQ S©9 

BarajatrS 3«9il9WW 3»l ^* gQIO-The 

(961 ggiO— aGiq3) setting out of a bridegroom 

TO nSSt ^Ter in procession for marrying to the 

bride's house. 

eB© q« t« QJTj 9Q9IS* QIQ 6*, C^IOS I 

9 Q CIWl— «. 9— $919 9Q91 S><3G$ <WmI 9Qq. 99' 
Barajatri gOSJGQ 9QQ C19SGQ 991 99 9« — 
(99 9I«9— aOn^B) The relations and friends 
accompanying a bridegroom in a marri- 
age procession. 

QQ Qrf §9I9-G9. Q-9Q 3l9KttW 9QmI ^ Qa 
Bara ]atrl bidaki QQ| S>9G©f99— Presents made 
TO *t* ^JW, to the friends accompanying 

to «« ft** fche bride ^ oom 

(9q ai-el asShiqi— ao^a) 
<^9l-s. W. 1°. ( $ *i$ ao v , 9Q *%+9<$. ©3 
Barayita 9Q%> UM. v9 )— « I €9 99« 9G9— 

(9^l-«9iq?) x - C hoosin Si selectin S- 

J I 9993 0¥IO99Ka— 2. Electing; choosing 
a representative. * 1 QMQ 9919fl»#l — 
3. Wooing (Apte). 

*9Qq«t-«. 9. 4 ( *$©+«. « >-*T« ^ 1_ 
Raravitri A wife who has got Iher husband 
* J ; ? by selection. 


S- 94. 41 — 9QSJ9IQ %1Sl<*— Feminine ^ of 

Barayita, 

9Q q9©(Ql)— ^. 9- %1. [ 9&lj. 9Q + q.9Q(«l) ] — 
Bara]ubati(ta) ^Q<33 3.9SI qjl — A beautiful dam- 
sel^ a beautiful young woman (Apte). 

9Q S© -S. 9. ( 9Q = S5^-i-^9 = < a!9 J , 9 4 9I 3191% 
Bara ruchi 9$9l@ ) — t \ $§9^9 «I91 — 

1. Shinning; refulgent ^ | Qg^j %9qg- 

2. Having a good tase. * | gjg^, i^iqg- 

3. Having a good desire. 

s. 9. (oifl)— <* 1 9-$gi9Qsqr ggei 09 Q§>or 
«a«i^ <!©og ag© 6 g§s> g"9^I9q39 6 99— 

One of the nine gems (Pandits) of King. 

Bikramaditya's Courb, • 
[ 5 — < 'ai^OSQia' fi Q Cll£>£W , <?l«9 
9il9Q^ Qg QOOI QQ^Gfil I 9«^l9©i«? QQO 
Q9 eg sieii — 

aff^QQaei^l^Qe 9Si^ 

G99|9Q|<3S9999l09|q«, 

Q§l& G9 99qpw9 9^519*1 II 
-? I QlS^q 9s!9Q^JO 9I^Q^9I99 QIO«liqG» 
q® — 2. Sage Katayana who wrote Kar- 
ttika sutra of P&aini. 
9QSi— £|l€9. ( g?VW) ) 9. ( 3. 9QQ )— Q»I 901- 

Baral aiQ9°g QISI^ asl — A black species of 

duck. 

[ g— <k«6© ate 9C0 < €9a^aqg) 6 9€i 
9GO q/BH aiBOfi^ I GQGQ Ql«IQ qq <i^iqqq ^i°q 
cia§ 1 ] 
©QQ— «r. 90. 4°- ( 99+<a al^^QIO 9991 + 94- 
Baraja a ) — 9Si^ — Granting a boon. 
(9901—4) *• 9-9%,®— 1- Was P- 

5 I q©9 6 3 — 2. Swan; gander, 
9Q»i— e. 9«a. %1 — 9Qffl9 %1 act— 

Barala Feminine of Barala. 

giG9. (€fl9 , 3ll9) 9'— 99»1 QI^CTI— 

Plantain branches. 

QGJQ— G9- 9. (e. 9<S)— ^ I 9<§— 1. Year. > I 3^19. 
Barasha 2. Year of age. * | q^siQ 9^ej> G94I— 
^^ ^TSr 3. Division of the earthj country. 
<J3S 9^0 q ^flGfeh -313 9lQ «■?« GS€0 €^lQ I 


$<a<3Q 


( **o ) 


©«<siqi© 


= v j gpi <g1a-~4. The Jambu island in India, 

©as cca«« g^q g?G9§ acsj to^owo i 

■qqsq— 3V9. (s°. 9*3 © 1 — Q&raiqb Q«a «%S[9l— 

Barashaka Copious discharging. 

qq. § — -0Q QSfllg-' One year only. 
©Q&Qi <?Q9— GQ. $*. Qei— *g©OT — Every year; 
Barashaka barasha yearly; annually. 

<g|fV^6^ ^3 ^C3 <fit ^*S, ^Sf 3T^ 

fi>Q<3 q©l— giW. (9IGWQ) SI— QQOTIQ3 9QS QfllG- 
Barasha kuta Throughout the year, 

9Q§ st?i eoi 5a ««»7 *ei q« e qqoq 1 

oaoow- a^s I 

^QQSQG©— G9.*9 — G«G©9 93— Some years. 
Barasha kete ^ ^<^ «l^< *«* 

S>QS €1^— GO. 9— QI«Q QGQia9 -Birth day cere- 
Barasha ganthi W=W fci 3?3f TFTS mony. 

5>Q««— 91. 9- ( 3. 9<&l )— 9«<a ( G9<a ) 

Barashana Barshana ( See ) 

^«j sasa qsQ $a Gift $co gei! q$& 090 1 

QQS TO— W 9. , W — * ' S&aiGQ— 1. Within a 

Barasha dina year, j | 9<sai9— 2. Throughout 

9QSQGff I the year. 

9Q9 QftGQ J ^ (aal— 9Q3 QG^ GSIQ *° • 

$$;\ ^©ciiq §<J 1) 

* I 9<3S SfehGQ <$ TO Si§>— 3. Once in a 

year. ■* | 3|Q 9<a ttQ' — 4. This day year. 

* I g99<aQ W^l ^^ 9QGQ — 5. On a fixed 

day of every year. 

•QQSQi Ql@ — G9. 9— QlT OS— Sain water. 
Barashana pani (QQ-31 fllfif— a»i%a) 

QQ<3 Q6> — GQ. 9— G9?<3§ 9^Q «iQ«€9IM Olfi 9W 
Barasha paidi s>9G$ 4«q9l Sift - Yearlv main " 
^tPN> q<MIW tenance allowance for a person. 

QQQQM-G9. 9— 3© 9<3 tfe eqi© 999 QQ9| 
Barasha biana aQgi — The state of a woman 
<TS3 ft^t*? bringing forth a child every year. 

Barasha biani g<^|Q ggQ QGQ — Giving birth to 
*S3 fallal children almost every year. 


OQ^ ^^S^l^f **" Q«| ft^ ©qg l) 

©Q«H— GO. 9. ( e. Q«| ) — p I 9%* — l f Eain, 
Barasha y \ C5IQ og^| — 2. Raining. 

M M wis ag i giaiQgj 9(||q <]q 9^1^ sigg 

^a§>OI GQGft QjgsB q^gi ^q qq 69fflliaM — 
«*ffe%*ffe Raining like fog. 

Raining in minute drops. 


e3er3 


^5.tg_ 


^s^iqq; 


gifllOi aQ9^Q GilS GfclBIGQ QQ€| — 
Baining in small drops. 


est 9.3GQ e<i e«, 

* Q ^ 9 ( 99 GtlQISQ 9€l — 

^a€)^9Q, tQQtlQQ) Raining in large drops. 

SLSSS J- «p Q© G^iaiGQ q€| — Heavy 

*& I shower; rainiue cits and does. 1 

9QGW2I J ' s s J 

• J (9MIS) (9I^II^?q) ^Oq^JQ Q©g — 

3. Repeated showering of (arrows). 

as?asi« <?q«i, gecro stoa «jai, 

s^cqg saicr qsi flea gq i 499^. qcrld 1 

OQQl(G^)Q©l— 9Q€9I .S^IQ 3©$ qp— Causative 
Barasha(she)iba ^^T «K^IMI of BaraahibS, 

QQQI O^Q!— TO. e— Gfl<3 Wl — 

Barasha kariba ^^tH «li.^HI Raining % 

QQSI OIO— GQ. 9— 9€l q^ o^ig«ii— 
BarashS kSja Rainy season; the rains. 


'9€<S| £Q 


4 


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) 


W?' 


s*£n*r, ^<^i+T«r q& gig 1 ] 

(9Q<ai 99, 9931 qgq, 99SI sj%— aot^qi 
-QQ3I 3® (8^ — 69. 9- (3909) — 9«l 6 TOIOTO— 

Barasha 3 aa *£ a fr£0 3<reT<5*?ft, Rain and wind. 

P ^Rt#i «ufUi*W) (9Qsi9ia r 9Q§i bog— aoqqq) 

*9Q«ie— 69. 9fl. ( 3. 9<Ci^)— v 1 9313% qq,9|q — 

Baraahati <rc1€t ST^Rft 2. Relating to rainy 

( Q4\Q — SO^O ) season. $ | 9191 9g|€^£9 

010 <$<— 2. Happening or grown in rainy 

season. * | sai9l 99l€}%69 9<*99I9 OQ- 

<3|< — 3. Used in the rainy season. 

9— t I 9€iq%69 9i99!Q OQ99I 9319139 

gjSWi 6E1|§19 — 1- Water-proof coat J j 

9<ai%$69 GQl&IQ' 69969 69^ Ola SJGO— 
2. Eruptions or sores coming out on the 
body of horses during the rains 

-9QSis> ers^— 69. 9. (3. 9«i+€Ti. eros*)- 9<siq$69 

Barashati phasala G3Q £TO 21919 OqaKI; 6QJG9Q 
^'1^1 *R^ g-QQ— Crops raised during 

"eR-Ukft ^NBai; *f^ the rainy season. 

[ g— aeii— ©3, 913.9. floi 6 6Q§ QM9 i ] 
*qq«i Qi8— 69. 9. ( 3. Qsi+aisiq) — qqmi aiSfc 
Barasha pani 9<3|0©0 fiQ — Rain water. 

■<ra*dw,.^flft $1 ( 3909 ) Qa% oSqi oa 6 

STCUld^lJUfft $969 ©9^91 QlS— 2. Rain ( from 

above) and water (on the ground ). 

( Q2J1— 9f 2fl© 9€16Ql£l 91* 9QSI a|g}69 Q§ 

©£} 63! 9191%, €9391% 9Q9 «@& I ) 

*QQ<3I 9©— G9. 9. ( Q9©9 a© ) ( ST. 9<li + 3§ )— 

Barasha barjjhi QQQ^ 6 OQl^Q— Rain and 

^Rfafa 44.<slM!£ (99*31 99Q — «OH%q) flood. 

^SjQI 9IQfi4— 69. 9 (9909 «) (?. 9«l + e 9199)— 

Barasha badala 9^( £ £$q — Rain and clouds 

-«QSI69©— 69. 9. ( 3. 9<ai+G9G>l )— V I GOT 99^ 
Bacashabela ^9| qqa — 1. The exact time when 
^3ttWi it is raining. J I 991910 —2. Rainy 

"KJgltal 1 ^nra season 

*«©Q€K5D -69. 9*1. 1° (e. 9^)— V I 9<a)^9wy&|£j— 

Barashia 1. Relating to year, j \ <|6S) 9Q<3 

^£33 'TOtran 1 93$ — 2. Aged so many years. 

» ( 9Q<a|— qj| ) 9i6« s$ea a*§ ^oift— 91* $. flWsae. as? 

5 I <6© 99*366* QSJ3 G99I — 
2. Produced in so many years. 


9Q<3«Sfl— 69- 93 ( 3. 9l€o )— t I <IQ9<3 9^ — 
Barashikia 1. Aged one year; one year old. 

<W*C44 > I "399S69 ty%%—l 
*I<*H+4<*I 2, Produced in one year, 

*Hl«1«lkt • I 9l€0; elQ2B9l — , 
^INHI 3, Yearly^ annual. 

^W^l 69. 9 ( ^. 9i€ )— q9L9 S^lfl 9^ &99I QG9 
^^ft q%*©?iG9 «9^0 9I?9 m-, 60f^9 9i^9 
Haa 9I3AQ9 ^1*9 — ^ ne first anniversary 
Sraddha of a deceased, 
QQQ9I— G9. 5 ( ^. q«. ai%— 9«l 6991 .)— V I q% 
Barashiba G991 — 1. To rain, 

^ I ty% OQ «Q 0109! — 

2. To shower any thiDg like rain. 

• I 99^IQ9li SJ9IQ9I— 

3, To cause to rain; to cause to flow. 

9Q6Q OQ^(GQ)— 69. -a — ^ I g$9€— - U Every year. 
Barashe barasha(she) ^C^ ^^((^> SPOT ^KTj 

<fle?t 9QS3 ^59 

aq^9 9q ^°a »ia — Gwya. qa?Q i 
5 I G07tf3 G0le)3 OQ^GQ— 2. In some years. 
9€}gQ-glG9. ( S190!© ) 9 — 39 %^9 OI^^Gag— 

Barasud A sudra class of cultivators. 

9€}qQ© — «- 9^1. ^L°. (99 + l9^>)— ^. I «9i5J OlSJO — 

Barasurata 1. Very wanton (Apte). j | qq. 

( 93^QOI — %1 ) QI^GQ ^9§0 — 2 > Acquainted 
with the secrets of sexual intercourse 

( Apte ). 
QQ@ — gi. 9. (S9H) ( ^ 99 )— ^ I fl^94fi— 

Baraha 1, The tail of peacock. 

5 I ao 9<al — 2, Flame. 

9QS9 flos> a«le «QQ §«9 asq^Q— •- * 

<9QS»QIO— 0. 9. ( tf. 9990 N ) — 999R ( 69« ) 
barahabana BarhabSn ( See ) 

9Q9» -91- 9. ( ^- 9§ )— 1 1 aqi— 1. Soul. 

Baraham ^( ^?^r > I Qltfl — 2. Lile 

( 9Q9^ 9Qq-a9i%9 ) * 1 S]9iqi— 

3. The sentient sou^* 


9Q99 £l^ 


*«*■* ) 
- i 


9gcr 


( aai— 9 90 G9<3 «HQ9lq Q aiQ C^il 999G 

69G9. W. ('ffl- QQ99J— e I «5> — 1. Angry; 
flown into a rage. 5 | QG^SO— 

2. Irritated ( 

©Q^fl^j* — 3C9. (&W&) 9— «9! aiCI— Amaran- 
Baraham jhant thus Gangeticus; Amaranthue 
SftWM 3^ingnr Frumentaceus. 

as© srt§ T ^q^p *is 
QSQ aes Gfl9 aft— ©« l 

[ g_<9| G99G) <!§ Q€ISQ 9 e 19§9 $« I ] 
9Q§— gi. 9. (QQl)— (*. 9<?=3Q )— 99 (G9«) 
Barahi Barhi (See). 

QQQ€1 — g. 9. q . (a9s)^(S.9$a)— 99«a ; 5SJQ-- 
Barahina Peacock. 

QQ<S — 9L 9- {Q9«i)— (S. 9<fl)— 991 (G93) 

Barahl ^fl 5FC£ Barhi (See), 

©9? c^9 *?§<* 939 as tf§9 ^t — 

9QQl(€$>)QQI— 9G9. (Q^O 10) 3. ($». 8- 9OJMO0- 

Barahna(phe)iba 6QI39I; Q>l9j9iq 9ETI 9Q9I — 

To sweep or cleanse with a broom* 

QQ— S. M. ^1— (9Q+*1. *rt — * I G^lj Q81I 1 — 
Bara 1* Excellent, j | ga|Q| — 2. Chief. 

g. 9 — ^ I qgkol — 1. A medicinal creeper; 
Menispermum Gabrom. ? | q|g| g|© — 
2. A pot herb • | 9Q§| — 3. Turmeric. 

* I 9Q9I, 919191 ^ a Q|- ?£Tfti— 4. The 
three myrabolans, * | 9Q£f. 9iQ9Q£f — 
5 Embelia (herb). ? \ C q^| ( §. a. ) 
(€9«l) — 6. Repuka. 9 I QlOI 5 2J9IQ9G* (g. 
a- ) ( GQ«t ) — 7. Akanabindu (Sea ). 
r I 9IQC!<3 (g. a)— 8. Brinjal; eggplant. 
t \ Q9I; flQIQffQ (g. €1)— 9. China rose. 

t* 1 om (§. a)— 10. Wine, «a \ cgisq«a 

(g. €l) 69« — 11. Somaraji (See). */ | a©|- 

9*3 (g. 3. )■ — 12, Asparagus Eacemoca. 

V* I G4.Q aaq^OI (g. 3.) — 13. The white 

variety of the Clitoris flower. 

<^51 €9. 9— *■ I W. ^*S) 9*< 99GQ Q9Q GO 9| 

ro,93T GOOO^ 8%996€!«; 991 — 1. A cake made 


of pulae flour fried in ghee or oil, 5 | qq. 
$lO a^g QfcQq gg— 2, Holes made in- 
- timber by worms, 
QQQ— *. 9<3— ( $ a|^ = 2D£<9© 9Q9I+SK§. 209 ) — 
Baraka v I SaiO^— 1. Deplorable; pitiable. 
(9qg — %1) 5 I qtP — 2. Poor. <n 1 ofl-* 3. Beggar^ 
begging, v | ©QQ^y — 4. Innocent. * | 
90QC1S — 5. Unfortunate; unlucky. 9 \ 
WSfim (§. a) — 6. Low; mean. 9 | dial 
(g. a)— 7. Sinful, r | G9qq ( 8- «• )— 

8, Helpless*.. 
*. ^— t I S9— - 1.8iba. 
vq«i «-qcrl 4I01 9*a^ «oq 091 

* I q$ — *t War; fighting, « | OI^Q^^l- 
a|pg — 3. Betel-aellep^ 

QQ91— €9. 9<3. <l— («r. «q«) — 9qsi (S9«) i 
Baraka Baraki (See). 

oqsi-sr w. il— ( 9qo+qJ» < ) — qiqi; eaiog^t- .. 

Baraki ^Qaq^ffl; 90^€ll (|J) —Deplorable; poor; 
innocent^ unfortunate (woman), 

QQ\ fl©Q^ sa!<J ^QG9 W9IQ q^ ?Q3— 

QQq«jqa-G9. 9. (Q9oq)— 9q 6 q^qsi 91 gsB 
Bara; gulgula ©iqQ 8%93Q— Two kinds of flat 
^51 qrr and round cakes fried in ghee or oil, 
(Qq qsi^a— afiwqia) 

Qgcf— «. 93. q. . (9Q=^s% «ep ai9iQ> 9§gl§)— 

BarSnga v I qQQ G999&^t — 1, Having grace- 

(9q£r1 — ^1) ful symmentrical body or limb. 9 I 

3$Q QaQS^j — 2. Having an elegant form 

(Apte), 

3". 9. ( 9$al )— ^ I QQfl»5 9g9— I. The 
head ( Apte ). J \ ©aj©— 2. Pudendum 
muliebre; (Apte) female organ * | g^ag. . 
^ef^3. Penis, v | g^si G99 — 4. Grace- 
ful body. * 1 qpq £9a — 5, Private part; 
anus. ^ 1 G©fel§ 9gQ 96^1^1 3°a — 6. 
The best part (£pte). 9 | qQQ qg — 7. 
An elegant form (Apte). r | ( 9^1g ) 
^9^0— 8. Cinnamon, g I gjq ^9— 9 a 
God cupid. e o I ^| —10. Bishnu, v^ | 
9^1—11. Elephant. 


9qcr.Pi 


( **r* ) 


$>%& 


Qqcroi — S. 9. 4. (9q=QQfll, Gfl<tl+acr<PI — $1)— 

BaranganS ,< i ^q| qj. q$<%\ q] — 1. An 

excellent woman, j \ qg- gi&1 — 2. A 

chaste woman. * j 2K>ogisrq| $| — 3. A 

model woman, v \ qpqj qj) — 4 A lonely 

woman 

oqol — *. q«i. tf. ( 9qa*+Q )— QqaQ ^taa— 

Barangi Feminine of Baranga^ 

9°. $ — W9 — Turmeric (Apte). 

Qq6£IQ(Q)-G9- 9. ( g. G>QG£>i<3 )— * | SQlglQ — 

BnrSjorafri) 1. Force. $ | C©IQ09q9§ 5 Qffl- 

C®?t3 W*ra*rf% geqiQ— 2. Use of force or compul- 

ck.«mO sionj coercion. 

G<$. W. (§• 9QG9IQ) — <. I CIMq Mgcqia- 

BR3TO Qiq — I. Using force. j> | gg ©9^9^ 

3S3ft OSQ— 2, Coercive, * | QQQQgj qqqjq— 

n 3. Strong, 

GQ. S. §3 — QOQTO OTQQg G»Q — Forcibly. 

BarSta «. G3 a«i 5310 aai^ 9l<5>lQ SSIQ 21%QQ 
(9qtl— *1) Q&$)— <> I a©«9QQ— 2- Insigni- 
ficant. } 1 a^3 99,3 Q%% — 2, Small; little. 
* I $Q; G9^ — 3. Negligible. 
$°. §— t I QR§> — *• Cowrie; shell-money. 

^ I 9€fc9 — 2 * Rope; cord (Apte), 
QQsQ— S°- W- (W+a^ai^ + aj 9)— v 1 ^q^. ^. 
Barataka siStgQ — 1. Insignificant. / | ga$ — 

2. Small; little. 
q°. $— ^ I Qq4q$ Qty$; Wlg»— 1, Shell 
money; cowrie- / | qQetqq ^TOGQIS — 
2. The seed-vessel of the lotus flower 
(Apte). *i 1 Q^§»— 3. Rope (Apte). 
©Q5I— S\ 9« — S>QSQ SfeSr -Feminine of Barata, 
Baratl 3°. $ — t I ©EK59i $§§> — *• Shellmoney. 
9 1 Q<3 5 QQ9 — 2. Rope; string. * | 9391 
(GQ3) — 3. Barardi (See) 

OQQltft— flIGQ- (€MSMSl) 9- (G®Q^)— 9IG>Q 3QS§— 
Barardalu A kind of ear-ring. 

©Qf— BIN. (QQS MGW5)) 9- ft°. <?Q») — $%$— 
Bar&rjii Wasp. 

QQ©1— q°. 9. %1— qSdlWM — One of the subor- 
Bwaxdi dinate airs in the Hindu music. 




QQ«ral-q°,.9- %l (9Q^ii 6 eral g>ito ©q^q «is g^^ 

Baranasi giff>GQ)— Qiq^qlj 0l9l — Benares. 

Barandi Barandi (See) 

3T^t G9GQ. 9^ ( Q°. 9I§1 )— e I Ql^ GTO QQ^ 
'"^^ Q9 1^3— 1. Brandy, ^ j ^qsi qQ. ^ W g] 

q^ — 2, Foreign liquor, 

QQ0(Q) — gSgQ. 9. (». Q^aio=ap«iq_ Qisa^^jQ cqq 

Barat(da) q S q g^ C99I— CaiCG^ ^ ffl. 
'"^i^S^ ^1Q)— ^ I GQT^l3 9^ QQGQ G©Te9 

(^qp— ao^qg) QfdiQ QjQ fl*glOQ^ Qifliqqeia— 

1. Commission; assignment of a duty to 

a certain person. J | ©G^IS>?> ©GSJWQ^ 

GQT^ Qt£i QWI3IQ SflGQQ QQG>|— 

2. Direction- 

* I 9GQIQ9jWlQ3;Qi9gi — 3. Settlement; 
arrangement, v | gGQI©fl — 4, Necessity, 

* I ©01©; QGflj Sig^i — 5 4 Luck; fortune. 
9 I G3£$ ©o^ig Ga^ 8©l BCN G«f^i3 
OifW t^iao 99^1 9Q9I 99iG€l Q9©l «a- 
J3I<I — 6, Letter of authority to a person 
to receive from or give to any person 
any amount or article^ letter of assign- 
ment; payment order. 9 | GG»fa§ £16hl$> 
aOiQQI QIQ QsQ^ISjl €?Q% QOIflQI ^^> 
jjQqig — 7 , A business-order for the 
supply of an article, r | 9^ — S. Hoondi^ 

9. Order; warrant; writ, 

Baratkariba eia^i Q&Q|— 1, To assign a work 

33rfa ^Tl to a certain person; to commission a- 

^u^^m person to do a particular act. 3 \ sUG^a 

QQ9I -2. To direct, * 1 GQfaS-tffeJfc ^' 

«Q-W9I S>S1G$ ©O G^S^I— 3 - To write 

a letter of assignment v 1 Q^IQ^i 9QQ|. 

^ra^ST gQ gQQI—4. To settle. 

9QQ— GQG9. 9. (§©^ 21^%©; 3^ 9Mipi)^"^ ' ^ 
Barata ^U9<tl9IQGQ ^191^1 9QQ G3l^!% 
I^MI ^^5 9dS3IS)1sr GSiqaiSi — It Marriage- 
clKId'; ^Rf procession or party headed by a 
bridegroom, going to marry. > I PQ!3i-tl-^ 




9q© 


( **r$> } 


©qosj Q|©| 


2. Bridegroom's friends attending a 
marriage party. *> | cigsi GSOGQ QCr9GfilS 
—3. One set of cards in a game of 

GaTTjapS- 
[ 5 — asai ©G& S9|^ G9«l I ] 
9Q£(Q) — G9GQ. 9tf. (®)—K 1 3(91 9^9 Q9G9IQ- 
Rarati(di) a@ — 1. Directed; assigned; ordered. 
3*rTft -> I ©qflQO— 2. Ascertained^ fixed. 

■qqs(q) ©o — G9. 9— * i asro a^ 93919 q^gaV 

Baratifdi) cbithi a£ — 1. Letter of assignment. 
^ftfi^t ^T? fe^ J t $g|— 2. Hoondi 

-€>«©(«) €TO— €969. 9 (99Q28) — (a. 9^9 + Q°. 
Barati(di) chek 609„ )— G9^ GQQfiq G0f«9 
<nl>©ki>* ^Ct^ ©HI OIQ" 2IG9Q a^giGQ fc$l 
^ 9afl9IQIQ' GMiaiQ0l<— A cheque 

payable to order, 

^Q9GIQ— G9G9. 9 (awsi) (a)— G3^ am 91 W 
Baradi mala aiQ* 2i)G9a 9agiCW— Ordered 
?3T^t srf5| article- 

<s>q«Qi -e. 9*1. %1— (9§§1@; 9qoo+a) - 39Q q«- 

BarananS $g^| £| — A. woman having a fair 

face; a lovely faced "woman. 

Barand a 9|g, — Wood work of the thatch frame/ 

"-QQ qa-G9- 9.— (*. 9»+oa)— Qq q$$g (G9«) 

Bara" pua BarS gulgula (See) 

-QQ9S — S9GQ. a. (ai. 9^9©) — v i a§ ; ^Wj 39a; 

harabara SSSJ9GQ— 1- Alike; like. 

9^9Q -j 5 I MO Q9GQ — 

GO|Q99 >— «Qi^a 2. Uniformly; 

€9iq9Q equally, 

ate sa %ai°ej; c§cw p>q ftte s^s-cq cawi 1 

^.* I 3GCT 3Sa 91 q9|$$ Q9G9— 3, A breast; 
" running parallel to, * | <JQ99 — 4. At 

■N 

once. * 1 g$eiG€) — 5. In front. 
9 I W^fiqca— 6, Fully, completely. 

$<|9ai 9ai 5 <!© G&SIGQ— 7- Straight way; 
directly; in a line, r 1 2lff9§ 9%G9; 991- 
OTQI - 8. Continually; always^ all along. 
« I $S% €33 9£h$ — 9. From beginning 


to end. ^c l ggjao ssq^ 93 — 10. From 
the very beginning, ^t I G€l$ a&$ — 
11. To the endj to the finish, t? I SOlSGQ; 
9IS<a 9J€« — 12. Contiguously, £* | 

g9f$qft$9GQ — 13. Parallely. te*| ©9^^ 
14. To; up to, v* I ©99l» a|Q — 15. 
For ever, v? I *I<£N$^ 21© — 16, Veryj 

very much. 
G9G9. 961. — * I SfllW— 1. Similar. 

f?«iQ€Q 91fl ^0 6VS) 9Q9Q I 

^ I Gg§ <9I— 2. Same. • | gg(gQ_3. Para- 
llel, v I e^€Q 993©— 4. Frontal. 
QQ9Q G«NM— N. *. W« aaG9>— €9f^l9 9Q 9^ 
Barabara heba g6CT G9§ 9 C I^9 9h99IG^€I 9S99IQ 
witM1=l *KWlR ^?IT 9Q9I — To return a 1 wicked 
(9Q9€l 9Q9I — aQi^a) person's action or worda 

in his own ooins. 
(aai— G9^ GQ9 «G© CIIO G9Q G9IQ q* Oj « 
gGO 9Q9Q G9GSi GC3G9 8s»| S>Qf 9^59 |) 
9Q9Q—-G9G9. a 6 9si. — (a. 9^9<sg=gq|Q®|)— 
Barabari 9^9© (G9«i)-Barfibara (See) 

^ItTtl 9 — t. I g«IQ©l3 SRiOl — 1 . Equality^ 
M<ygtO » similarity. 9 I QlftflH— 2. Front. 

QQ9GQ^— G9. * . W (9©Qa)— (Q|€;gl 39 9GQ9@ 
Barabaresbu 91 9^9Q SGGT ff® 5>5fl 99^ 

*wNw^ 989o©q s©i^ V (<«a) csiiq— a«flea« ; 
^1^ gflla^; SQaiGq — To. 

Oaai— 4 0$ *9fiQ<? 9q9GQ« 1) 
[ Q—<9\ a^l9Q §GqOi QIGQ G««lS3i<I l] 
QQQ|Q(<3I) — G9G9. 9— (a*!- 9Q9I01=-O|% 9©|a} — 
Barabad(di) v | 6SJ99IQ5 flQ— 1. Loss. ^ | 
^^ft aa9*iQ— 2. Squandering. 

«HjH<1 * 1 aao^— 3. Waste. 

M (€TI. 9Q9|0)-e I 99<%— 1. Lost. ^ 1 gQ- 
Q%— 2. Put to loss. *> 1 aa9«iSo — 3. Squ- 
andered, v 1 300^9—4. Wasted. 
QGNq— 3. 9— (§9; 9Q 6 a$£g) —3^% ' ET» 6 aStf} 
B^rabhaya 9©9 — Boon and assurance of safety. 

s>qaq <9i©i— «r. 9«. g.°— (99+aQ^4-9i©i 5 99 <§ 

Barabhaya data fX|l 99) — QQ (g^ Q| GQ^qi) 

(9q9^ Q19I— g,1) a3s 9^% 9Q 6 aoq- 5916 

9€}§) — Granting a boon and assurance of 
safety to a supplicant. 


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^gS*Q«|— tf. 9^( 9Q+aQQ<3 )— OOiWIOl 9919 

Barabharana qflqCQ 9Q% C3Q QqjMHQQ 

6jaS©?9© 9536}; Gsaf^Q — Present of cloth 

and ornaments given to the bridegroom 

by the bride's parents 

®qa€>(Q)— G9C9. 9 (o©Q«ii — ( m. 9q«Q— §19 )— 

Baramat(da) GQ?<a§ GCflOQiQ aaqaQfS 9g 

iftXm coltf.9 aiQ^ awwiQ^iq 9I9IQ9I— 
^^mfj Seizure of an article from any place. 
^N?t Q&QQ* 9S1 — V I fc© — 1. Seized (said of an 
q<m<fl article). j I gig (O^gl — 2. Recovered 

(lost property). 

[ 9— g&si e&iq ^^ e«i© wis $Q9i ag§© 
so <§ 9§ sdq^i 9qra(qi) aiq G9iqsai<3 1 ] 

9Qfl9(9) ©Q©l— GQ. # ( Q©Q«)- ( STL ^|»)- 

Baramata(da) kariba GOfelS «8qa<3<g© QQi<^ 

TOW ^1 G«l$ WIQ QQ9!— To find out or 

qjjij^ ^?*TT bring out an article (after search) in 

respect of which an offence has been 

committed. 

QQflo(Q) ewi— w. ^ Oe©Qa)— (en. 9q»)— 

Baramata(da) heba G9fa3 aaqa<3?© WS ®qs 
^|^f $*33t 3GQ 919IQ9I— To be seized (said of 
TO*r^ £CTT articles for which search is made). 

G9«© CCTQS« 0$9 <3«, ©9 ?IS> «H 63G9 GfllS GflliW 

©icfacocri «Qflo g$q I a«raGfll§s?— eflttaoqgj I 

Qfl$(9)— G9SQ. 9 6 M— ( oqfl© )-9qfl© 
Baramati(di) , (G<W — BarSmat (See). 

QQGJQ-S. 9~ 3IQQ; QQ (§. a) 

Bararaka Diamond, 

$Q6q@ — S\ 9^1— (9Q=^a+2flGq9=2flGg9tf,3to 

Bararoha <ai9iQ 5 9§§l8)~ 1 I Qfifi SHQIG^— 

(9QGQ9I — £l) 1 Biding on an excellent 

conveyance. J \ ( 9$?1g; 9Q=g9Q+ 

?3Cq9=GS!iS sai9IQ ) R8% etqsj— 
2. Having symetrical or beautiful waiste. 

1. A driver of an elephant. J | ^^IG^'yj 
9^—2, Elephant rider. * I (Q&JI) qQQ 
Q1GQS1-3. Fine waist v \ 9| (§. a) — 
4. A name of Bishnu. 

«esq»i -*. M- %l- s»qeq9Q %1dcr- 

liararohS Feminine of Bararoha. 

«. 9. 3) - £ I €S<| fitlQQ19Ql — 1, A woman 
who bears a conveyance excellently, 


9 I 3Gi)l6il — 2. A woman having good or 
graceful buttocks. *> \ ©^Sr^ g$?<53 $1 — 
3, A paragon amongst women* a very 

graceful woman, 
QQ»— 3. 9— W# (8- «) 

Barala Clove. - 

©q»-g°. 9 — o<3^ii (§. «) 

Barali The moon. 

QQ&9I— S°.9. £1 — (9q — SJfiV+SKMM^Ml 91919$$ 
BaralikS 9$918)-- 1 I <£«|-1. Durga.j |(9&l[) 
gaiQI 9©1— 2, Chief female companion. 

©qi(8) -*. 9— (OQ-QQfl+B^ai^—aQosi g^9i+ 

Barasi(si) q) — .G^l^l^ll — Coaoae cloth. 
€»QQQ — ST. 9 (9^al)— t I CSq .<■» — 1- Excellent 
Baraaana or chief seat, y \ g^lg)© 09 — 2. Hon- 
orable seat. * | (5><|1 $©) 9QI9 G99GQ 
9Q 9§9IQ WQ-3 The seat for a bride 
groom on the marriage altar, v | (9Qa= 

GQ9Ql€? QaQ^9Q« 91 OQI QQ9I 3^GQ 
GQa^l ^qfll< ) ©% «tQiQ£p— 4. The 
china rose. * | (9Q=G^ 9^+Wqai^- 
^9^+©^. W; G3 Q§1oi^9f9lQ esq 
9«*^9I giste QQ9G€l)— «W* 9^; 0Q- 
SflGHSll — 5. A lecher; adulterer, p \ (qo. 

§1§i 9Q+aiga ; si9fQ ago g<s»Q GSfgio 

91 giG)GQ ) ^IQaia— 6 Doorkeeper. 

9 I G>£°SQ 9=!§ (8. 0) — 7. An eucoch. 

QQ@ — e. 9M^Q=G«J1la 91 Gaw«I + a + 9» ai^ 

Baraha ^<3|© 9Q9I + 9«|. «*; G^l GetlMlCQ ^9^_ 

S«QI© 9G€); 9^,1 9SJ=G€ig 9g 91 £f^ 

2D9+ 9C N ai^=0% QQ9I +9$. « )— 

(9g<g--^!) t I 9IQI3 9Q«*a9Q— 1. Wild hog; 

boar. ) \ €!9Q: Q%Q — 2. Hog; pig. 

m i 9§j?Q 9^9%a ©Siq a9©J^M, The 

third incarnation of Bishnu. ^ 

[ 5 — 9G^r aqo| ©qogq ©^q ^q 1 9| 9q9- 

^Q tilfe^l 9Q q^Sl^ fift?)£i^ 9fl)9iq QGQ[QO 

QQSCQ I <19i$ ^Q^GQ ilQ^lfi? a«fQ 09QI3.Q ©I© 

G9IQ^GQ I <I§ SI9©IQGQ 9^ . gQ^lsIS <?IQ9 

GW^ 001© QQ?[G« I <i8 W91QQ 9^90 GOf^ 

a5H9l«rH 91 9^ft 851191^1 i ] 


: ; «Q90 


( *«"r ) 


9^§Qf 


v I gi&lQ e9Q9G9« — &- Name of an 

ancient country* 

C§— 9SMI§ trivia gh^-39! 63i?«— 

* I ggeiQGflS; 9q99aa— 5. Name of a 
Hindu mythological treatise. 9 I 9<5j9- 
9§Q ( €9« ) — 6- Barahamihira (See). 
9 1 Sjffll (8. €1) — 7. Bulbous grasa-root. 
r I SqsjQ ( 8- a )— g.. The gangetic 
porpoise, tf | 9I<3 ( 3! 9Q (g. €0, §Q9«J)%~ 
9. Disocorea; Ipomoea Digitata. 

QQQQ-%. 9~ (9^9+ 9)-*. t $99; VQ (a. «) — 
Barahaka LJDiamond, -> | IfqfliQ ( 8. a) — 

2. The gangetic porpoise. 

©Q99$1-s. 9— (©q9+«€+$)— *kw«i (e, a) 

Baraha karpni (G9<5!) — Aswagandha (See\ 

9Q$$i9i— e.9— <, i 9iq<a9Q, ( 8, a )— 1. A bul- 

Baraha kranta buous rooted creeper; Disocorea. 
? I $%l$ fifcfil ( 8- a ) — 2 - Tiae Mimosa 

creeper. 

9QM-G9 9— eti «ioq s§<$ Qq$%a1 9$9g9— 

BarShaji Name of an image of the third in- 
carnation of Bishnu worshipped in the 
Killa Aul of Cuttack. 

oq»®a— 8Qfli©9Q €ia9Ga<a— 

Baraha tirtha A sacred place of the Hindus, 

§aa oa« 351 §sq aa«— S8^9» flwqaa «•» l 
9QQ Qi€>— CO. 9, (S. 9q9+9°<|l i 9^9 91$$ 9IQ8Q / 
Baraha dar^ha ,a$Q 69IQg9l$)— t I <9£9lQ 

9JGIQI9 7 aQ1Qfl «*q* 9IQ9i9iaqp— 
9Q91 91^ f ^ U kind of wild flower, 

5 I 9Q9 9$Q 9tQ — 2. The sharp edge of 

the tuak of a boar. 
(t + p) e§ §asis a© qVq 
*^K>- $39019 CQ9CQ qqq l og. Gyco^fli>oig | 
Qq^» ^TqgI - *. $— q|<3Q qg g/9Q| « 90 91 a©l 
Baraha dwadasi g^jaKi) — The 12th day of the 
bright lunar fortnight of Magha. 
Q Q$ ©13— €9- 9— fillOlQQ 9i A Qr 9Q9 399iQqa1 
Baraha natha 699999 — Ihe famous deity of 

Jajpur 

QQQ QM@ — 3. 9 — ai©lQ©|QQ GCl©iQQ©l9GM — 

Baraha bytiha A kind oE batfcle-irray in ancien t 

India* 




G9Q3(q I ] 
9Q938Q — *, 9. (©19)— Sj^fijafaga© Male©*?" QQQ - 

Baraha mihira Q9Q£ 91 « $3 qQQMIlQ Q§Q^ 

(9^91^3*1—21^ ©|fl) Ga«^ <9G>3 — One of the 

nine gems or Pandits or the Court of king 

Bikramaditya, 

[ 9— <l ©G* 9§<9 OTil©?© 3^9 gGQ I < 

G©il©sai^Q 9G39 Q$9 9Q?[GS* I <Q\G[ Q©& 

gai©g£Q Qj^ '$9© e§o! , I 

9I9ISJ I €9§ G98 996), 9Q9 6 9@Q ^Q©St 9^ 
msfa I 9Q9 9«i, 9@9 qp 6 fliffi 989^r ^1 §^ j 
9^ 9^1IS3i<3 GS1, 9^9 98Q ^Q9^1 91§ ff9S) I 
G9§ G€I19GQ 9«fll9€>«i9r c< ?99§ , «? fflfl QS«« 
fl S,G9 G§I9% 9q99^9 ©G« G9ISi Qs|jai<3 | 
' 9I9IQ 919IQ «OGQ 9Q99§Q ^ <S% QQIQIgQ SJI?Q 
Q€Q I 9OTI991ST 9©S * la 31 *9*" v e* «L9QQg. 
9fip«l SiQy|9 I 

GSllGeiS« ^S eQ '^5)IS99 «hlO«ll* g^GQ 
^9IQT 9^G9 9^§9 %GQ €^-3(|2lg I 

flGia G99 (£J^Q Q^.9 §€93 GG<5to WGQ 9|fi)1 
9GIQ) QI^^H GGQQ gGqOGQ 9q99§9 £>!Q 
G9IQ?1GQ I 9$oJ99iS 9QQ ©9Qg flihg^<| ©G3 | 
<i an9^ig)9i qiw G©si©sQQa ggq QOOI QQ 
Q[GQ » 9919 « Q9I91 ( ^|%1^ 5»g qqjqI ) 
|Tw 69*11® sg£GQ 9^9^89 W^I^i^i a 19^9 

aiqq€9 «9 6 ai9©9 e^^iff ^g?^ 9Q^agj i 
<9i^9 §oi #9Qi 914 f ae q^aai q^ GO^IQgl 
qw 1 ] 

G»Q9jq9l— «r. «• m. a. gg)— 9^99 aq^^gig q^f- 
Baraha mukta Pearl said to be got from the 

body of a boar. 

QQ§ G^§ QI%— SICQ. (91^91) 9— <I9SQI9 Q$t ^l%— 
Baraha lencji saru A species of small arum. 

(9©i G«g aiq^ — aoi%a) 

9q$Q@9l— «. 9 — 9^9^899 qQrO^ ^9S> s 3°§9I 

Baraha samhita qiqq G9SIQ99 Q§ — A name of 

an astronomical treatise by Baraha 

mihira. 

QQ8$I— S°. «•■ (9^9+9+21) — ?399j9IQ09 (§.a)- 
Barahika Cowhage. 


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OQfi— »• 9« f]. ( 9q9+*1. 3 )—*• I S1Q «iq — 
Barahi 1. A female pig, ^ | 9q<3l9G> (g. a) — 
2. A kind of wild yam. m \ 2i«,q§| ( §. 
a. ) (GQ«) — 3. Aswagandha ( See ) •»• | 
$233' ( 9- Q )i <?l€IQflai— 4, A kind of 
bulbuous grass-root * | $§9$ ©Qasl- 

9G€1 I 3 (fi. GO?G9£jl) — 5. A kind of black 

water-cock, 

Q€)20— €Q. s— * I a? q^q swiaicf $^igq qqi 
Baria fllQg9l SMJ €9191; ©w*a*| ; '©aT9Q«l — 
*ft\53^5 1. A plait of straw twisted to preserve 
^BnST; tt ^ \ fire, 

? I 9Sa ( as ) ( gqs ) 

2. Bania ( gachha ( See ) 

qu ( &©q> ^© ©iqqt Q©iQ«eQi<a«af© ) 9 — 

9922 ( GQ* )— Ba]ia ( See ) 
QQ^pP — 9IGQ. ( 9IGR3.Q ) 9 — <QGUSl£j a|G> — 

Barikunka A kind of paddy b 

QQSai^i— 69. 9. .( «. 9Q9IQ9 )— QQ©IS1£| 99©^ 
Baripolua QSIftai <19gQIQ Q$i| 

*. QTOIW, WKMfc €|Q— Caesalpina Bondu- 

%©QQ$, ag$Q&, GSIWJ cella i a speoies of 


#1 ^PWl. ^ *Wl 

QU GQfil W«^ 
93GQIG}, 

9QQQQ, 


Wi^Q 


pongamia. 

§< 1 ffo aiqQ §« (j 

§Q % 9I§ q$GQ $CIIQGQ 
91ft 8Q|© ^<J | 


a$QCQ <9IQ o$Q_«i%al3 QQ$) I ] 

Q€J0a(«H— 3. 9. ( <J fcl$«G£19l 9Q9l + qG9. 

B3ribas(sya) Q9S43 + a) )- <. I 391 — 1. Wor- 

shipping. -7 1 G$9I$ 339! — 2. Tending^ 

service rendred to an elder; infant or 

invalid, * I IQ— 3. Wealth ( Apte ). 

v I QQ— 4. Devotion. 

Baribasi(syi)ta Q£>)— * i 9^0—1. Worshipped. 
(9OTSP«l]0l— %1) 3 I GQ99— 2 - Tended; Served. 

9Q01- W. ?• ( *°- Si *!$. )— * I fl»l« «Q^k «« 
Bariba «$9I — 1. To choose; to select; to elect; 
^C1 -.-■ to engage, J \ ^Kfl 91 %1^G J<?9« 

* *t«n 9991— p 2. To accept as one's husband 

, ■ .- ■ or wife. 


•^ ©ei a» oo eiff gai oqsq '.'■- ■"> 

* I Ago 9Q9I— 3. To adorn. 

Q6» «Q 9Q 9Q fl'CCl 99Q VQ 

9Q{Q!)fl!— Sl°. 9^ ( 9Q+Qflfi5WI-W. >— G^<|9I— 
Bari{ri)ma Excellence ( Apte ). 

93Q— elGQ. ( Q$Q) 9— teaQ ecilQI — ^The circular 
Barila rings of rope encircling a straw-packet 

for storing grains,, 

$€$€<]— 9°. 9— 9ff% 999 — 

Barisi Fish-hook ( Apte ). 

QQM— 91. 9. ( «l°. Q&l )-qqP-*Baihing. 
Barishana ^f^q ^amh\ 

OQ^l— 91. 9^1 ( 51°. 9Q^LQ flq$ gG^i€l ) — 9Q<| (G9«i) J 
Barishta Barishtha ( See > 

Barishtha « | 9€€l<g C©h: QdOfl— lp Ver y 

( 9Qg| — f£| ) honourable or adorable. > | q^jOia 

Q9«h— 2, Greatest. * I SIOTI^fl — 3. Best^ 
^. 9 — * I 91fl — 1. Copper. ^ | qQO— 2^. 
Black pepper, * | Q€JQ as! — 3. Sand 
piper; Frankoline partridge, v | q|qq» 
^g — 4. Sweet orange. 

QQ9f— C9. 9— 9©a] (CQ«) — Baria (See) 
Bariha flIGQ. (9QI9I^) 9—9101— Boar. 

aiGQ. (aQOlO) 9 — ^GCII9I519G€J , 3— A family 

title. 

QQ— «. 9- ( Q aiq_+Q^ a+il. « ) — 1 I 99199!— 

Ban 1. Asparagus Racemosus. ^ | gy^ ©Q^l — 

2, Lu£fa Aegytiaca; Luffa Algyptiaca* 

(9GQ^| 99i*») * 1 qdiagfe a^i — 

3. Name of one of the two. wiy^kof the 

flP-God. 

Q0(o1)q4— S. 9- ( 9a1««§+(ja v ai^L+Sp. Q°. 
Bari(li)bardda ^59^ q$. : ?i; qhi|.qq ) — 90Q— 

Ox (Apte); bullocks 

Qqqi°9— w. w* (e. 9^a)— 9qqi€> s (€<?s) — 

Bariyaaisa Bariyani^See) 

; cc^q «tfi «^esi ■ - ; i 


v»ur 


■9^0 


( *»«o ) 


Cq^llQq 


Bariyan vfl|. 19. )—v j Qg^gQ^-L Better; 

(QgejSfl — $j) more excellent j | g©h©q — 2. More 

adorable. *» | $$^q — 3. Largely greater, 

* I QQC3Q9— ft. Very good. *. | ©qqG© 
a© 91©— 4. Extremely tender or younger 

(Apte). 

3. S— GOT©G9I$J Q^cjtQ GSIici QW^ <$&#- 

2)^193 GSia — Name of an astrological 

conjunction, 
^>Q|<9— e. 9 — QJ3G9© (§. «.) — Cupid personified, 

Barishu 
■«93f — ffl. 9. (*. W*1)— ©©<&§> (W«) 

Barugurdi Baragur^i (See) 

-Q$«-g. 9* ($ ai9«CTcfal + €W>i G9 q^Siq qiQQ— 
Baruna fiq G©«Sl© ©6tfia§j)— V | 9QI^8Q ; 

*•—©$«», e«qj qq^a© Wtti-L The 
G*Ǥ3 3^9199, legendary god oi the 

#£l<g<a ocean. 

Wfl; ^; 33^ [ § — GQQQqciGQ Q^fl 

f^*tt^; c^mst gai© GQQoiqca ©s£© 

STO^T; 4UMr, ^HI; C9IQ3GQ I ©©8G© ©IQT© 

^w, sre^r; ftsnsit-, giai©«iQ8aici q^qt giaioi 

-fi|5If5 ftwwi 99^ I 9$0 39©Q*2lOgg> 

g * Q %^ 9^3, 91991© «I«Q ©G3 G9I(R ©g© | 
©I. GIQQflrflj fliqMOIfl, G99G© *3 C«Q a^a© 5 
flIQttCRCM, OI9IQ QfeiClim ©IS© 6 G99©|- 

cq- Qq^f , W9e, aw gs© g©!Q ©«£© 1 
-€j%ei, €J9©, «9i$r© a^aiQ 1 qq«?,fli©SG© 

*G©3Q6$§>, QS9§) <1 0^9 Q$Q QQQIO q©!9 

QG*« «e 1 9i9ii9G© 9$sq eq^coq fltqiQ- 
%ca os© 1 €9iiww 9%ja «©q§i ©spQ 
a^io G99 1 9%<i? acM <a°$© ©is sgooi, aiol, 
saiwa©, aaa© ? aMs©, ©°$©, gmoiq, aQ°c^, 

^^9 I gqg — 2, Ocean. « | ©Q— 3. Water. 

* I g1a9GGS — 4, Name of a legendary 
island, * 1 qgQG« (§. «.)— 5. Name of 
a sage. £ I ^SQCSS — 6. A wild tree; 
Crataava Religiosa; Crotseva Aurifolia. 

(t+»)9Qaati9$KNM£i8*cai os- cpco^wow 1 
[ Q— <9| ftHIQQ 99°! ©$; 9QQ q|Q, Q$> 
J8| 6 SIWH9 3QG9 £JN ; ©€$9€ <qQ 99 £C9; 


OIO QI^Q 6 €)§; TO 9© QQ 6 «Kl|Oj «qQ6© 
ffG%; ffQ GCIIQ 6 Q^Ql© I . 

Siga aicT <wiq cssj, a?) 6 m 9i9§© §<i 1 ] 
o»^5l €9. $.—(*• §«, Q^g)— QioQq^ij gsgtfij 

St Stf Giaf^ffG 1 ^©— Pimples on the face of young 
art people, j | ^GQ G9QI Q^I99 ^—2. Fatal 
boil on the face. * | pqi^ ^ g^^Gag* 
GOaOQ g$ (§. a.) — 3- Neptune (planet) 

Q$a 99— «. ^».— (Qqtfi+g9 ai^+a^ootf. si)— 

Baruna graha GQI9IQ GqGl^Ga^^Name of a 

horse disease, 

[ <3—*i GqaGGi gqi?»iq «§, ©q, ©19 6 aa 

«OI 99QM 6 GQ9% «Q ^10 9G9 I ^ GQ€1 

sj^gi°€i siqj^GQ 9IW §<3— g. a J 

69. Q. — G09p^99 — Neptune. 

09«i aia— e. 9.— v 1 (Jql ©©)— ©g^gqqqq aisi^- 

Baruna p§sa 1 . Noose^ the weapen of Baruna 
God. j | (9^§)-Q % qflfc ( g> ^ } 

(Qq^iqr oia aQ < oct^iq ai^ qi^^q^, 

$CQ) — 2. Alligator, 

09«i gara— e. q.~ miq qi siQ^fgi qq TO ^ a 

Baruna praghasa §©eG«— A Veligious vow 
observed on the fullmoon of AsharoJ or 

Sraba^a. 

[Q-<gGQ Qqn Sm\< i <jg ^©^ 9 *^ 

€»©GQ ^9G© Qlg ©§SQ©gqiGQ ©l^2J^^ 
WS) 0!§ 69IQ GQ©^I9 I] 
^«1 fl^Q— q°. 9. (GOilQ^) GQ9S1, QWfllOl, nt§\ p 
Baruna mandala «g«9I 5 5jft|, g^Q^gaO 6 W«l 
Q9§) qa» H © PSS>a§ft { §. a fc )—A group 
of stars consisting of the 28th, 20th, 6th 
9th, 15tb, 26th and 24th asterisms! 
Q%«II(G«1)Q— G9. 9. $1— 9%«1 (G94) 

Barun5(ne)I BarunJ (See) 

0aai M Oi%*9'tigQ ©^ai^ a^© d 
Q4€iiqQi—g o . 9. <|.— (5>g) ©©^ 9%^i+«iq©i)— 

Barurjatmaja ©iq^)l (gq«) — Baruni (See) 

Q^ai«— ?.9.«1.— : (oqii+aj. aqi)— 9%^i «9©»^1- 

Barunani The wiTe of the God of ocean. 

Bamiialaya The seat 


■9%«il 


( **" ) 


9GQ§ ©§9l 


-^fll— CQ. 9. $1.— * I 9I9G9SI9GSS — 1. Name of a 
Baruni popular goddess, > I C«IQ£ll 

(9qG«a$— a©«iq,a) mag qi^iq- 93^1 iq qi^iq— 

2, Name of a bill in Khurdha 

subdivision of tbe Puri District. 

QacQCii S9I-3SQ aw PiQflT-aOQ-ta \ 

qaieia — ei«*q 1 

99GQ w|fc> ' I <?1SQ 6QG9Q q.9fl 6 fll€>10 

■■©^G— S°". 9. ($ «l^— «9WI QQ9! + €$$) — 

Barutra t | Q^qj^ 9Sr— *■ Sheet. 5 | <$Qd|— 

2. Upper cloth j cloak^ mantle (Apte)^ 

9^€l— 3°. 9. C <3 ai%=2J9©tf $Q9l+«& Qa)— x 

Baratba «, | Qa SfeWCQ S£© €)§9iaicf 8QI $9 gi©- 

9€'€l«$ Qa^.9 — 1. A secret and covered 

space inside a car. 

5 I (+©<f. Q2l) otf— 2. Skin. * 1 (4. 
9Qtf, €JSi — 99©; 9<J; gig — 3. Armtrar. 
v I (9& Qa) q<? — 4. House. * 1 ap^Q 9, 

Q8GQ 9^9! q^lQ «9Qd (§. a) — 5. An 
iron cover for protecting a car from the 
blow of an enemy's missile. 9 I OTG>|; 
63.9^3 0*^5? (g. a)— 6. Army, $> | a$gQ 
smi©^ Qa^ dsi 9Q9iais3 saGQ 43 

9IOI 91 9$t — 7, A short of wooden or 
iron fence or finder with which a chariot 
is provided as a defenpe against collision 
(Apte). r l ©IQ-8. Shield (Apte). 
«L I aw — 9 - Group; multitude (Apte) 
i* 1 (+§|9. €ja) QQ^l — 10 Protection 
(Apte). « I ( +Q§. §a ) 9Q9IQ— 
11. Family (Apte). t> \ G9I9»— 12, The 

cuckoo (Apte). 

■■0§ja«-«. 9— (9%a+Q9+%l. «d— GS9i— 
Baruthinl Army. 

<9 ea was qq» au<fi^w 

gfiG^o ffls?i9ae«§Q era — qat»la, dQidt 1 ( 

^a1--g°. 9— (9%a+4ioj *&u w)— oa— 

BaruthI Car; chariot. 

L Protected by an armour ( Apte ). 


,> I CSGiaeiqo-^2. Surrounded by st 

troop (Apte), 

QGQ-*GQ. 3. 9«— ( q°. 9Q=§&H )— 9G<3> 5 9G?j 
Bare QQGQ— Loudly. 

Q6QQ (QfcW)— 69. 9— 9GQS! QOTQ ( GQ« ) 
Barei (etc) Barehi etc. ( See ) 

QGQQKHO— tf§OT. a. ( 99OT- g§?% »^®i *• 
Barei khod qq<| «^=^Q QIQ) — ^° €>^Q — 
^jf ra^ Self; personaly. 

(9to Mrs , 9e§-e«i^— «K?iqfl) 

QGQfilH— a. ^1. q.°. (sj ai^=9Qei 9Q9l+9^. <Qs)— 
Barenya V I 9Qfllq; 90^ fllW"!*-^ Respectable 
(Q6Q^H] — %1) reverend; honourable. | 9 I Qg^l— 

2. Excellent. | • | giM^aqi^ — 3. Desir- 
able; wished for; cherished, v | Q$fy 
fjaift — 4 4 Chief j principal. 

e. 9—^ I q^5»— 1 * S affron . -> I ff9j 9I9I€^9 
(§. «)— 2. 8iba t «) | QqfijQ «© ^ (g. g). 

3. Name of a son of sage Bhrugu. 
QgQ§— ^. 9. (9Q+QQJ— ^ I 9I©1G GOlft^firGOaQ 

Barendra giolo 9^3 qg,CTa— I. Ancient 
Bengal, ^ | qoiQi 699Q g9aifll— 2, Capital 

of ancient Bengal. 
[ Q— CQg CS§ <m% 9GQQJ 99§ I ] 
en | qq^ — 3. Indra. v | galo q©| ; qflft. 
qOIW©— 4 - Emperor. 
©SQ©, €€«q1 — GQ. 9— 9Gr1«j 9l|j}*Kra «Hfll9Ca«l— 
Barendra goshthi Name of a branch of Bengalee 
TOW^flftt ^'?SpfM% Brahmanas, 

QQQ®\ — 91- 9. (glOlQ TOm) («. 9Q9) — 
BarehS 9ffs©g9G€l% 91^1 — Boar. 

QSQ*— GQ. 9-^9GQg QlftQ ( G9« ) 

Barehi Barehi pStaka ( ^sy 

Barehi karibS 9$£|Q Q19I*^I ff 69IQ QIQG^ 9§Q 
9C9§ ©g(G9)Q9l -j «fl«l*^l 9Q9I QlcT 

9GQQ 9gi(ea)Q9i ^aoi%a 9GQ§ qissq h<iq9«iq 

9SQg 09I(G9)Q9I J 9QQ9I aefl®, SJ§ 9«^ 

(9gq§ 9§9i— *c»i%ei) G9Q gis^cio g^GQ gJ9gi@9 

^ttwHR WftI firtf% ^Jt^ 9Q9I — To have a 

^5 'SRSff WTT *Tjill matter discussed and decided 

by a gathering of various castes. 


QCCq *HM> 


w««aiw— w.«. te. 9i<a==s^ (§?• * » 

Barehi pa>ka QIGq^lGfl « 3© 93 <$> &9Q. Ql 

*rjs3rc*rsraT cqgq9g> G3§ OI$Q9ftl 9is&9 

(9GQ<ai<a§!— a©i%q) mmjj)— GoteiS srai©«© 9«q 

• oiqcki sjsjgq fllfli'te G9IQ © siaGS* ©191 

9lfll°qi wqqi oiej^i wo m 9 aw GQ9S 

A gathering of people of various castes 
to consider and adjudicate upon a matter 
which could not be decided by a meeting 

of a caste-guild. 

[ Q-©)©g}g! q^GQ QIQ ^QQ* SSIflelCQ 3I9IQ 
<AQ Q GtGQ GS 9GQ§ 91*9 WW I 3%$I©Q G<39<^ 
Q>\Q OO 3IPGQ 9SIQ9iq 3§G9GS» q^OTQ 9 ft9iq 
GQG9 9I^SLS3I« GS$OIGQ $3§9 9^©i«q GQ9<?_ 
9QIQ qq $G>SJ 6 ©I^QMS Qlt« «5! G9K33K1 l] 
Q6Q9 Gl*0 QQI(GCi)QQI— GQ. 3— 9SC£ 9Q9I (G9<s) 
Barehi pataka bas8(se)iba Barehi kariba" (See) 
Q6Q§ 09Q1— €Q. 9— 9GQ§ SQQ 3^939 9Q9I — 
Barehi basiba The holding ot a Barehi meeting 
^35 ^3K! T»1 fafol to discuss a matter. 

(QGQe 0i$9 q9qi— aonqp) 

Qgq^ — 3. 9 — gqp-qQ^Ofcfa. a)— The Marubaka 
* Barota plant and flower (Apte). 

9GQ9I— G9. 9. (©W)— ^ I QICW9I9 9! glGfo q<Kt 
Baroda qgi«,Q qoalfil— I. Capital of ancient 
TOItifl *d^r Gurjara, Baroda. 

[ ^— <ig gqQ §<ai§5> otqqgq a9§© I 

SC1Q SfchGQ 8GW ©G GQ93QQ *9 I 9$QIQ% 

<ioigq >a© q^ia^ a© 6 9Gq^t «iq«r ©ifli§« 

qgi <OlGQ ^9© G9IQ < QffliGQ gQQQ $<! I ] 

3 I $!Q9Q a%* QaoftGQ ^9go G99lq 36* - 

$G€1S 6 ©§Q g^lQ QflQ-r-2. Baroda state 

and its capital* 

9 — < qgH qanqQOGQ «9g« Gdlf < 3Q<?|| 

■q©i I <aQ ■ q«3T 9S30 QW QIQQQI9 I «qQ 

GflgJerft riO-9«fllQft 6 G<3©3«SI Sl£{ ** Q9 

6 '«a$q«. j fll^ ^ coif ssri ( <30, €Q wiqw 

' SQ^O 9G^.$*UQ 9*WIQqSGCr "w I < 

wqe^Q ^ ViQG^it as^<iqiasr. ©TOfiQ 

, .'\w \qQQIQSfe , ^ G€$S$<7( ^9 ) 
"'"" !.$«§} I ■■$»$! a^. ; 0969R <3 a93!G€i G3G9G9GG 


V ***> ) 


-QGi 


it 


GQ«9MGft 91SISLQ GQiaWICK? ©IflGQ. flflOl 3Q- 
qQ9 9^ae«, G3@ TOjGQ ( fl|. ^S>** -^V ) 
8«l«n ^6 G1IQ99I9 9Gq^lO!GQ < Q^^^Q r spQ$ 

giaff QQ?iGR 6 Q««a §^^fl gja^QGQ 6 qfi^Q 

q6 G9RQ1C) QGOItGQ flai GQI?< G«lf < q©iQ 
?OQ^ gl3^ QQ^GQ I ] 
GCfiW «—*•«*■ 1°- ( 9Q GWtaicf QQ« CTIQa©- 
Baronmukha G33 9^6 )— 9Q GWItji «JQ<iO — 

Beady to grant a boon. 

QGQ%-e. w. 1°. 6 <l— * i ai9iQ gd<| sw as— 

Baroru 1. Having excellent thighs, ^ | q$}q 
Sjl ( 8- fl- )' — 2- -A- beautiful or grace- 
ful lady;. 

Barola A kind of wasp ( Apte ). 

©GGra— flIOT. ( 9°«^ ) 9— GfllS! Q^§)— 

Barobi A thick rope 

qqhq— q* 9* q? ( QQ N aiSL— g*M QQQI+Qrf. aq^. 
Barkkara gi^ GQQOIGa g^ QQiaK! 9§91@) — 
^ft e I G^al9Q; GSOiaij 90q — 1. A small 
g^ goat or lamb. .? | qp| a^— 2, A young 
6.9GJ53 beast. * | ^]q| — 3. Gamej sport; 

(9<fq-»1) pastime^ v | G*f%9; aiG?JI93Gfll9 

4 Amusement; mirth. & | 8Q9I3 — 
5. Jesting. $> | GQO— 6, A goat .(Apte). 
QQQ5— U. ' Q. ( W + ^ aiq[=G!Q ©Q9I+2I )_ 
Barkarata «. I £>$|g ( g. a. )— 1. Sideglance; 
ogling, j | flfc«HQ ^i|Qr 95 ( 8. a. ) — 
2. The rays of the midday sun. * | ^| q^. 
am GQ QQ® was© (§. 9. ) — 3 - Scratching 
of nails on the sides of the female breast 
( as a result of amorous pastime ). 
qq— -S. q. ( $e w ais=OTa ^Q9l, qa© QQ9I+Q9. 
Barga S ) — ^ I 9©9> O'HGI — 1. Relinquishment. 
-H ( +Q^ a ) ai<3flj Cfldl- 1 - 2. Class; row; 
category. • | $Q. f Qftj QQ— 3. Flock3_ 
multitude, v | ( gq© 9sK?a«n.) <©§IQ% 
QOIQO 9Q 9i8Q9§aiQqf %<X* ) 9SSQ 9§- 
fll&IQ QQIG,^ GQ9GG) am Gfltifl— *• Sanscrit 
grammar ) The five classes of consonants^. 
[ Q— Siaij G 1 9Q— 9, «, Q, <3, & I 9 90 — 

9, a r: fl>, a, 9 I 9^- a, a^9, Q, ft i 


*<fc&$ 


( **m > 


[ 9 — cs?ii§<a cwkq W9€*ne§% * w Q9t 

9<fe> «t^4b sqsiQtig i saai — si 9Q=s^ 3OT& 
* j^ 9€i r =a Q q f , g 9«f*=a «i q I a oa 9 W*fl 

q&% © Qfife 9GKd, © 9SI€) «L$, S ©Q*Q $a, 
QQ% §Q%Q, a QCKl «©, «J Pd*Q G><3 G91Q 
3IQ«S— 8. SWWQ I ] 
* I TOICiqsojrj Galgl; ^Q&IQq «C©0 9g« 
g£9 ; d€l- £g£il — 5. A number or multi- 
tude of similar things or animals; clan; 
class, $ [ gS|$ — 6, Kindj species. 9 I 
g$Q S&G9Q Q| eqa 91 aaHICj— 7. Chapter 
of a book, r | <a§— 8. Piece. Q | qq 5 
aa — 9. Road; way. to | $Q gfliQ ?4hlQ 
q^jff© — 10. A square number, vs. | Q|g© — 
11. Administration, k* I sqiQGQ ©$QQQ 
Qgq>3 M — 12. One of the 4 ulterior objects 
of life; the summon bonum of existence. 

^« i ( bos w geer 9§9QQ6Q 9iq§9 i aai — 

13. ( used to denote plural op all ) All of. 
I* | eiQIQ 9QIQGQ W^ Cft; «£} COT^9 

gl^lQ^ afolta 99I&IW 9^9 ( 9211— 
2iqj<3|9 93 ', PGOfay QcT ) — 14 - A class of 
things having a common attribute though 
differing in shape and other things. ^# | 

( ©si9© ) <?ci capj oa£$ gaGQtsil caps* 

gW(S 9g gSIQ— 15. ( geometry ) A 

square. K$ I (o3q) '^Q CLfllQ qSQ qsiffQ- 

16. ( Mathematics ) The square of a 

number. 

( saai— v q 9« = ^ i ) 

e9 I QQ — I 7 ' Strength ( Apte ). 

G9. §>~V I S>£[9 — *• & u k; regulation. 
/ I flqfllalOQl— 2 - Discipline^ regularity. 
*1 913; 390$ eCTQI — 3. Method; system, 

* | dOgQI©3 QQGqiql— *. High society. 

* I QQmKS^Q €fl£)1 — 5. A class of a school, 

A family title. 

Bargakshetra a9G9l<al 6 SW9t$ ©§$©— A square 

field or figure; a square* 


Bargachharda 9|Q90i^ 3©<4 — Exceptional; nofr 
confirming to the others of the same class r 

Bargana Multiplication ( Apte ). 

sdero— s. 9 ( «$© )— 1 1 <$Qf mo miki wieto— 

Bargaphaja 1. The square of a number. 

2. The square area of a figure or field. 
QaQ@Ca— 3. $— V I <Q.a©IQ WSI— 1. A kind of 
Bargabandhani bracket. 9 | 9<^ffl ©G» C^l^ 
£tp<a — 2. See notes under Bandhani, 

Q^Og_Qr # ( cigf© )— G9fa§ g°«31ilQ 9QTOQ 9^TO* 
Bargabarga ( mathematics ) The square of the 

square of a number, 

Qdep— GQ. ^>— ®igs© 9i aw© ©fl^QGQ g©|©i 

Bargabhlma e^ — Name of the image of a 
popular goddess in Tamaluk^ 

9Q«3g| a^o fisflcdiwii— yaw. fl^iais 1 ! i 

QQflQ— «. Q. ( €!§}© )— ^Q SfllG Q&Q qpETO^QWIQ 
Bargamula Qq99l G^TO m<il 91 qfl— ( mathe- 
(QdaQ— a©iq9) matics) The square root. 

QOSft— S. W. ( 90+9? ) — *® 9fl G9IQ> GD^ll 6fl«1 
Bargasafc G9lQj 9- 93 G9IQ— In groups 

( Apte I 

QOI— G9. Q— 9QG1! ( G9^ ) 

Barga Baraga ( See ) 

«QI<— QIG9. ( ^Q«0 ) 9 — d$© — 

Bargae Cowherd. 

9Q— GQG9. 9. ( fl€»| 9Q )— 9Q^ ( G9«i ) 

Bargi Baragi ( See ) 

QGfal— TO. 9. («. 9«1q )— V ( 9^9«W^ — 
BargiS 1. Relating to Barga. ^ I qaefft — 

2. Methodical, 

qSoi— w «. (e.'^ai^— OiiciQQQi)— aoiQQi— 
Bargiba To send; to dipute. 

9efl$ ^oca filer «q oo — 9««9. flWQQO- ^ I 

» 

Bargiya 1. Belonging to a clasB. / | 9€i«> 

( QOltf— W«l^g ) tl^QO — 2. Included in a class, 

(9«fcll, 9fllqi— <D • I 9i8ff9§Q * GOI? 9^8 

aoo V>— 3, Included in the 5 Bargag of 

consonants 


*«•*<• 


Q 


(' **<!*- ) 


«W' 


■odfq G— *. 9—6 9€tV©aq9$— The; 3rd conso- 

Barglya ja nantof Cba Barga. 

[ 5— a9fifiq 01 "«9«a. 9Q QQIQ3 *tf f ©i* 

-Q€)1q Q— ? f 9— -^ 9Q r Q *£j 9§ — The 3rd conso- 
Bargiya ba nant of Pa Barga. 

[ 3— »9«a 9 1 ^cfiq Vq $©iq«£i q« (aai — 
^Q )3 49.K4, qj<aiG9i9GQ «9 oqo sisq <t gig 

, 3(91 QCI^q 6 «9cftq Vq QGI QSGQ 91 G$<SIGQ 

cofaB g«9 Q«igi<i qi£ 1 ] 

«q'© ( QCiiQ )— G9. 9 (-«. QTOl ) -9Qqg> QQW 
Bargurdi ( etc ) ( G93 )— Baragurgi etc ( See ) 

JQ6GII6W— *. 9<a— 9ef g*hGQ G^^— Chief among 
Bargottama the clan; best in the lot. 

*. 9— v 1 ( ^®» cmqs ) — * 1 Gflsra gi9a 

9l€IQ991 $l9Ga<a — 1- ( astrology ) The. 
9th part oE the signo of zodiac 

[ 5— ero© GMQ9 qoeQ-OQ qiS ( G9<a, 99$ 
^gi, sgeOQeasi 2i°a> sfQqs ( qs, §°9, 93, 
#q )q ems a ^ 6 $hiCq Q9 9a©, 99% a$ 

•fll© )Q ©W ^°€l 9G«I<§9 SJGt I <K?IQ SQQ§ 
^■qW Q9I S$ 9C^IQ9 G9IQ3K3 1 QQSll^lCQ 
391 9991© ^S a^— 8- 9. I ] 
5 I ( 9TO9« ) 9fl <* 9§aiQ$Q GQQGQ ^9 
«sq ; a©9l§9 Q|; ©tfi^i 9$— 2. 
( grammar ) A nasal consonant^ the 
last letter or each of the first five classes 
of consonants ( Apte ). 

Bargya ( etc ) Q9hI9 G9« ) — Barglya etc 

( 9&I— %1 ) ( See ). 

% , $— ^ | q9ai6l 91^ — 1. Fellow student 

( Apte ), * I a9©5l 9*^—2. Colleague 

-\ - (Apte) 

.©& ©- 9°. 9— Wlq .0 ( G9« ) . 

Bargya ja Bargiyaja ( See.) 

<©& ©— *. 9—99^ 9 ( G9« ) " : 

Bargya ba Barglya ba( See ) 

Barchh (root) .. , , To shine. 

Wt-*9. (9^ *%+e4- ^)"" * ' $<ft»®l— 
Barohhal? 1. Lustre. > I €9©*— 2. Glory; 


* spirit; power; vigour. « | Q|g} — 3, Splen- 
dour*, beauty, v I qq — 4. Form; shape. 
v 1 qjp ; — 5. Semen; matter, j? | q»— 

6. Fsecusfc 

$>©$— a. m. SL°. (9©e+sig aacQ 9©$ 9©C© «p 

Barchhaswl tfll. <9)— ^ I GW^I — 1- Glorious; 
(90«O-— TOiq.a) Splendid. 5 1 Q^Q- QgaifiSl— 

9©f^ Iwooqci 2 ' Kailiant '; dazzling; shining. 
9^a«l J ^ * I togl - 3. Powerful, 

e. 9 — <* I qg*i— 1. The Sun. 5 | og— 2. The 

moon. 
QS&h— ^. 9«l t9©g+g)— GQG0I9^Q— Increasing 
Barchchasya spirit or vigour. 

orfl(^l)— €9. 9— 9Q9 ( G9«l ) 

Barchha(rchchha) Barachha ( See ) 

999— 3. 9. ( q© N ai9— ©,|CI 9^91+^9 ZQ )— 
Barjana ^ \ ©slGI — 1. Giving up^ abandonment* 
(9W — SJOH^a) relinquishment. J f q§jq ^q Q , — 
2. Setting aside. *» \ §°g;— 3. Hostility. 
v I 9a — 4. Slaughter, 
€>Q9I— W- 9— SQ9^9— Obstacle, 
Barjana (« f ffl — »9«j%a) 

©fifoq— s. 9^1. ( Q» ai$+Q& a«i£| )— 

Barjaniya 99^GQI3h3 ©sl©^— Proper to be 
(9S&, 9^H, wfaq — a«N%a) shunned; relinquish- 
(9W, 9«% 9fi^l— ^1) able. 

Q9q©l— e. 9d. 9! — OTICIQNII— Abandoning; growing 
Barjayita (9fii^pl— ^1) up, 

QOIQCI— G9G9. 9- (Q°)— QQIQ 99 03 SISQ — 

Barjais Smallest type of printing letters 

<t$l?>l *t5fll*r! bourgeois, 

©Sb— «. M- ( S» a|^+©tf. o ) — 

Barjita ^ I 0Q© 6 !© — I, Abandoned; shunned; 
(Of© — a9i%9) relinquished. 

91^9. fl9t«oo» a© 1 
^ I ©Q$© — 2- Removed. • 1 Qgo— 3. Set 
aside; deprived of. v | 99 — 4. Killed. 
QS9I— €Q- 3. (*. SlO^al^)— MQ ©Q9I — 
Barjibfr- ,To abandon; to shun; to give up, 

©w 4 yq <i«i ot 9x19.^0 


( +*«?* ) 


9$? 


Barrel i Wasp p 

<Qdju\ty)~%—\. | q|9 m q 9319 9Q9I> 9$©l ©&9I — 
Barn (root) 1. To describe. ? I §9 ©99f— 
2. To pray. * 1 @G£JI9 ©991—3. To 
appoint; to depute; to commission, "* | ©p 
©Q9i — 4*. To point; to colour^ * | 9GRQ© 
©QOI^--5. To anoint, 

-o$— e. 9. ( ©<a ai§+©& ®; gi. 9© ; Ga§>giG© g©q 

Barpna Qig^ig sfi^qQGQ g$^ ^a§5«Ht Q *%- 

©l§9! + 9& ©;9h9SI|£[ ^^GQ S^I^i 9C19 

gsj^Ig© va aiQ^S )— t I gijgtf, g«q t G©ai 

6 a*^ C"lQi ©I© — 1. Oaate; class. 

[g— < ei©Q gi©1© gcsjici %g©©gq'«s I 

-6 Wi 91 W!£ r H 1 <i 9$I9 S2JG3 G9<?9 9$ a^SlGQ 

G9iQH9?Q ©draw, ©i9<a aa«raic» wiq 4 9* 

91 «IQ|S3iQlGO ©©I ^GGl I €)Q9^1 ©!©G9 9h93I£J 
-QOG© «^€i©fi© 9qi€l G99IQ ©«liai<l I iq^aq^CQ 

«I«QITO Q^CQ 9ff© G9lQ2ig ©3, d^QC? <^ 
"©IJjjSI 9!$$ fl«q, ©CT^G9€h 6 919% €j§9F QSJ^ 

GQIQSIQ I 9^ €19^ ai$q Qq©; $ a >§© M 9©<g 

©Q©!,©®©!^©^© 9$a9T9 «a GWI 9%>gi£j*9i9- 

- Z\% «§5I6Q 909 Gflal^q©^ ©€ 69NG«a I «8 
GIQ9&39 *§ ©I 9$l£?tel£ fla-i ^ 9 3I9G9 ©Gj§9 
•G91Q«S 1 ©l§^© a3— «»i^p, «aii9Q, 3©©, 

-SI©©, QIO, J«Mj " 99^9— a^O, S»l§<l lff » 
qio, 9©ioiQG>i CS«w© $S, aqgw©, 9l3»i, ©I© 

■ q^ aiihSJQ- 99©— $©©9 ©ft 9§^T GS9I I 9£ 
G93G9 9h93I£jG9© 6 VQ\ 9©l ©flQtl €999^9 

■•««i 9$© ©© aq?B I $9©SJ W$tR G^I9 
9<i9HIG© <3g 9^G99 9H93i£jQ9 G99^_ 2H©Sj_ 
G91Q?1G9G9 ©191 ©Qd© G9IQ9S (§. Q.) I 9]©IG© 

9991© ©gas^— q^Q^qct «©SIGQ i 

- Qp. 9^9 5% ©S« I G9IGOT9 gi€9| 99©l 
'©©SI©©' &f©IQ * A «g$^ tf«WG© 9^I©9^G9 
9€lflfl€H*a© 9WW 9© g©ia ©Qa$$ G3 £©|©- | 
g|Q^ G$99 9^9 ©ia©fl1 ©filflfl© 90919^) 1 
QIQG9 ©49^9 J <9 agW © ^19^9 «?9I I i 
?IG?ia9l9 ^91©9tfi§iq 6^ < CIOQ GQI^©©! ©CI | 

> i (sai©i9iq ws 9Si.«i ©qai<) V oi^V 


'* 1 0!3^' «fl9— 2. Alphabet; letter of 

alphabet* 
[ 5—^919 9/^©«i9i©1% 9899 G9IQ S9G«- 

itf.qgw a© Q$©© ©S9 i <^ «!%■ r a©9 ©io 

^© ! 6 J*' €199 ©151 ©I; 9§3 G35J 31GCJ©© ©Q 
©Q4iiai< ©iq ^9 G9I9I9N I ©§ ^ cm1gq 99§> 
4Q 6 9mS9 I ] 

• \ (©& a) v tMIOTflqij 9IQM— 3, Word. 
v f 9a —4. Oolour;'hue; tint. * | G999 
9CT — 5. Colour of the- skin. $ | GlTQ9r- 
6. Beauty, 9 1 9gl9 q<|i© ©9© 
©9|,ftl9 — 7- Painted blanket covering the 
back o£ an elephant. C | q^l — 8. Virtue. 
tt I £J9, £,a°g| — 9. Adoration; praise. 
^e i go— 10, Vow. U [ Ql^ — 11. Fame' 
V5 * ©l^ilG94i— 12. Prelude. z<n |.©£©|- 
13, Description. Vf t QgQ— 14. Ex- 
cellence; eminence. <.* | €§^i^ ^il© — 
15. Reputation; good name. %.? \ q<a- 
01^5 — 16. Extolling, recitation oE good 
deeds. t.$> \ ©1©^— 17. Sequence o£ 
eongs # <J" I 1©4—18. Gold. <.«i I G99j 
SQIQ — 19. Kind; class. ^o | 9G9S©— 
20. Annointment. M I %%W G^i©4^9 
. «3 3© — 21 - A vow consisting of eight 
kinds .of amour. ^^ I «%©j S? - 

22. Shape; figure. 5* I ©*% 921 5G9 
Q6)?19l g9^GQ«l— Gold line on the touch 
stone. 5*1 QQfl— 24. SafErn. 2* I ©9 
qq (§.£)— 25. Picture, s? | ©q©qiq$ £93b 
- flg^Qi (q. €l) — 36-, Livelihood; profession. 

©4©—*. 9*. (©S^ISL+^i- W ) — * ' 9 * 0IW '" 
Bar^aaka 1 Describing. 5 I ^©910©^ qtfQl^b- 
9iq— 2. Singing praise; eulogising. 
9: ^— < ( (9^+%iGa©)-^a©l©r^*- YeUow 
orpiment. -> I Ml— 2. Painting brush. 
' ''■"•' 10^ (8. a.)-3;eirole. V |9^ (g. 
".a'j_4. Colour. » I asQ—5. Letter; 
" " alphabet. ^ 1 92— 6; Book. 9 I €©«- 
• osma-.7. Chignon. r| G©9©,©^(W9l9) 
^-8. Ointment* (eg, ^sandal paste). ^ J 
,9Q§|^-9. Turmeric/ <•• 1 ti©G9©f#<S5r 


$€&& 


( +~*9 ) 


Qg69ta* 


0Q89 (g. a.) — 10. The dress of actors. 
*t I €>P9Q (g. a.)— 11. Painter. 
6!® — 3. e. (99 qfllq)— V I G9fel9 9gQ QCr 6 
Barn pa gandha q$ — 1. Colour and smell of a 

thing. 5 I G9l<3§ 9g9 9@ flip 99 — 

2. Trace of a thing. 
Qfi'qg— 9. 9. (9dl«o) — ^ I §1^' — 1- A Brahman. 

Barnna guru 9 \ GS3§ q^, sjqq gg| G9Q0IS) — 
2. A teacher who teaches the alphabets. 

Barnnajffana "Knowledge of the alphabet. 

(9flaaoq, 9gG9ia— aaqqa) 
9$ fifllfl — 9. 93. q.'. ($>Sl1 Q©)— V I 9$ 91 9l©GQ 
Barnna jyeshtha €$g% — 1. Of superior caste. 

(<?&© , *|l— tf) ' I S$S?I© 36931 GS<|— 2, 

(Q§Q€1^ — «Q«tOT) Superior to all other castes. 

(Q|Gfl$l — USS 9. 9 — 319a — BrShmana. 
9(£%(9)©(fi1>--S. 9— <* I QGr 9Q9IQ $001 — 1. 

B»rnuatu(tu)li(ll) Painting brush. ^ 1 9^9 — 

<9$$(©)Q9I — afliqei) 2. Pen. 

©^©— 9. 9* Oil «9j 9& + Q9; <J9I 9& 91 3SQ- 

Barnnaduta Q\QG^ 99^ 9GQ )— Oft €0 — 

Letter. 
9$ <$SQ— 3°. 9- 9°. (*<?1 90^ 9|+QS9)— S §<*39 ; 

Barnna dashaka OQ® 9%a — Outcaste; excom- 
municated. 

9$ u3— 9.9. (?$ oo^)— 3i§^^,€9aid«gi99SQ 

Barnna dharma Sl%9@9 QQfrH 9$f — The 

respective duties of the castes as pres- 
cribed in the shastras. 
Q$©(9[)— *°. 9. (94+^9. 39) — t I 9l9i 9g!Q 
Barnnana(na) qq^. ^ig|Q© qgg 939. eefcfi 

9§£|q 9glQ9 99Q« — 1. Describing; 
description, j \ q$ qaq. fl«r9l QQdj 
§Q9IO — 2. Praising; eulogy. • | «9nQ 
%, ©^ 9G9I99 — 4, Act of pleasing another. 
v I QSQj ©§)tf— 4. Painting; dying. * | 
GS199I-5. Writing. $ \ 94349—6. 
Explaining; explanation. 
9|© QQ— GQ. 9. (9^9 + 9 a|^-j-a)— 9$ — 
Barnnana kara Poet, 

9&9Q qu qeo 1 «j|- egfl%aiea 1 
^4QI-^. 9. (9^9 +2il) — 9§Q (€9«i) 
Larnnana Barnnana (See 


9^91 Q€)9l— C9.«— C I 9WII 9Q9I— 1- To describe, 
Barnnana kariba ? | 939§j9G9 9§9I— 2. To 
^•Tl ^1 «m4«* ^?Fr * narrate in fall. 

9^9101©— ST 9tf- (9$ 99; 9&QI+STO)— SI191 9£qI" 
Barnnauatita 93 g^g Qqg|Q q aiGQ— Passing 

description; indescribable, 

9§9I 9S G9. 9. ( Q9Q2A ) — Si9l£©GQ gQ9l<3l 

BarnnanS patra q\<$q g^^Q q^q C€) q^ q^ { 

Wrt 9|«Q 9GQ5 ©919— A written statement 

*<*w filed by the defendant* 

O^Qia— g°. 9. (9$ 99) (9^g 91 G99V 9il99«l)— 

BarnnanSsa q^QOO^^iq ©^^ 99 qy«, 9 € g7^§ 

9^9 Gftia — The dropping out of a letter 

from a word formed under grammatical 

rules. 

( Q2JI— qsGWQ 6 q«GW«<iQ Q9S( Vq 

9ia G9IQ qG'SlQQ 6 qGSlQHI© 999 9199IQ ^< l] 

9^©€H-G9. S.— (99m) (9°. 9|9) 9$©l 9^91— 

Barnnaniba To describe-, to relate, 

9^fiiq— 9. _9a. ( 9| af^+9^. aqiq )—k i 9|qI 
Barnnaniya oaiflt— 1. Describable. /|9to m |q, 
(Q^ 6 *— «91%a) «J01S— 2 * Fifc fc0 b3 narrated in 

detail. 

9^901— 9. 9. (9i+99 + *)) — 909 ( 9. a. ) 

Barnnabatl (949ft!§<Sl— 2J9 H %Q) Turmeric. 

«d«9IQ-9.9. (^1 9© ; 94+9919) (q«|9^). W 
Barnnabikara ^| qoq € ^|^§ ^§ q aC)i| 9 g GQ 

839^9— (philology) The change of one 
letter to another in a word, 
[9— QQ9I «99 9|99IQ «3§ 909 sq G q 
QS1619 G9Q I ] 
9g ©QAq— 9. 9. (*<$1 9QJ— (qg|Q^) WGQ g9h 
Barnna biparjyaya 9^19^9 €9®G£TQ— 

(philology) The inversion or exchange 
of letters in a word. 
CS-«9^aiSL+«flOT^| ©!Q @°g €J99 9| 
9ed^ qf f 9 qqq Qqgj | ] 

9^^-9. '9 (^1 ©9)— GSI^ £3919 OQ^lfllORGQ 
Barnnabrutta agqgiQc- ^q, <j qqj^ $ 9 ^ {Q 

9«I£IM-Metre. . 

Barnnabodha A primer; a spelling book. 
(9&9W— «9^Qi 


9|oigi ' 


( ***9 ) 


ll — S. Q — V,l G9kl§ ^IQ a9Q^^?3 «^ «MBQ- 
BarnnamSlS flKWl asftiq $C« $3© 3?1 — 

1, The alphabets. 5 I 01$ ET^Q Q\Q\ — 2. A 
garland made of JatI flowers. 

9^q©QM— *. 9. (9<^i%B?& ©9i)--9&fl£| (G9«> 

BarDn,ayitabya Barnnaniya ( See ) 

Q^qoi— «. 93. 1° < 9|^ ; «< a|£+Q£ © )— C3 
Barpnayita 9§G>| ggQ — Describing; narrating. 

(9^1—^) 
Qj|6fllG9-tf. 9. ( «a©9 SGSJla )—( sai«W ) CT 
Barnna jojaka tlftS 8SQ G9IGQ — (printing) 

Compositor. 

o$ €<ai©©(9i)— s-9. ( aae© gc^isi )— * i (aai«M) 

Barnna Jojana(n5) $$q $IQ9 s G9l$9l— *• (printing) 
Composition of the type of letters. 
> I G9fel§ S96Q ^91 Gflfe>9 waQSHWQ'© 9G€f3S 
©Q G3fl|©(^<]9S> GSI§>9J— 2, The conglo- 
meration of original letters of a word 
after they are disjointed. 
9$ SQSII— S. 9 — 90% «Q>1 — 

Barnna rekha Chalk, 

Q$ SG?Q— S. 9. ( 9$— QI^I9+g$r9~9<3Sl )— 
Barnna sankara ^ | a^GQG 91 SQCQflpi© 9* 
©I©— 1. Mixed caste. 5 | $qq q£q $. 

q.%«a ^39^ $qq S$IQ; GQiGOISlQI— 2. A 
person of mixed blood, 

9Q9 wsig© 9&$9 ©f©qp 9ia— §i§s 801 6 

g&jl fll©ieoi^®l©^^l9§§; 09 J 31^ 8©l+ 
€9€Mai©l«-«tfvaii $f§4 §©l+€g/ ^iqi=^iq. 
9t€© nasq B©i+§i§}tf1 si©i=»»q© 1 s^ 801+ 
C9M flioi-»fli8«i 1 fl«q. 8©i+€gy'-fll©i— sjgi 

GQSfl 8©l + 5^1 ai©)»G9G999 I G9Si 8©l + 

€19, 8©HH3«SJI aw—flqQ I 39 8«| + G?Qil 9t©t 

=^2je^ia9 I 9i$<3<t §©l+9Qdl SI©i = 92J9iQ i 

«$GW© 6 8©G«W»- C99GQ QlgQTGj^ $.Q 

G^llGQ M$ Q^aiQaa MIIW «GQ9t' 89IQ- 9g 

$©©q e9G«*w3$99^ *fr ©|©.«§€«*ia& <§ Sol? 


q-, s><3— 9Q<a sisig 801 6 srtoioroi^ $q^ 
G9l9ai$ G9IGOUQI — Half bred; hybridj of 

mixed descent.. 
1— g*. 9. (Q^-fsO— 9QQ ($. q) — 
Barnpa A kind of pulse, 

giG9. (ct^gs) 9— <» gs?iQ jiiq — 

A species of paddy. 
Q$8i0— GQ. Q«. V (9^§1§j 9§ + «S0; 9§ «G^ 
Barnnanjaha sig^ Q€i 3I9IQ)— €l c llflQQ^& < |i — 
(Q&&GI— ^1) 0f dark coiour - 

Q^ft— *°- ^ 4° M + ^^+©f. a)— e I cuqp — 
Barnnata 1 Singer, j \ ©WQ — 2. Painter. 
(Ofllfcl — ^1) * I ^*— 3, Dancer; actor. 

Q$$9-9>. Q. ( S'ql ©©; 9fi+*Ria )— (er»© got©^> 

Barnnadhipa 91^1 ®^jq|Q 9§9ig^ ayaQ 9! QS^' 
(9^t^9Q— «Q*»%Q) 99— (astrology) The planets 
said to be the protectors of particular 

castes. 

9<gi$Q99©i— e. «>. ( aaro ae^iei ) — qgi9 94^ 

Barnnanubhabakata gGQQ SI9Q9 9Q9IQ 5991— 
( 9^1^99 — 219hQ3 ) The power of differentia- 
ting between different colours.. 
Q<$$?— 3*. 9- ( 9$ 0% Qfi+aqS )-«9Q Gfil^- 
Bar^nasuddhi 9l6«i $>Q —Spelling mistake., 

Q^igfl— »• 9. ( ^p 99; 9^ + ««flfl ) — Wgfe ^©1© 
Barnnasrama ( 9l§tfl, 9§£| 6 G^Qi )9I9^ 
«a9QGQ 9IWIG>^ BOW OQ OQ G^Gq? *W 

( aai— g^oa% awa^ 9iQgg 6 q^ 91 

gg)_The four stages of the life enjoined 

in the Sastras to be followed by a twice- 
born amongst the Hindus^ 

[ 9* tldfl. ©G» G9I^€9« I 3 

®gi$g i4-r-^. 9— a^GQ w% 3>f«, «*$» €99^ 6^ 

Barpnasrauoa dhar«ia «^9 «OQ«l^ '9| 9^9*1 
( 9#a&— 8»^%a ) qei© v 9^ai©— The diffe- 

rent duties enjoined by the 8f straa to be 

performed by the 4 castes amongst the 

Hindus, 

[g-9§i sea wi^gwi ] 

Srfl— e. 9^1 9.*— 9isfla^ 39Q^9 9Q^9| (^)- 

Barbnasrami Following the duties of 

*'." " ; Barnnasrama *j«tem. 


v*»» 


( **<«- ) 


Q<$Q 


Barnni Gold. 

tf. 9S1— V I ( aq© 9§Q) 6JQ ^Ql — 1* Having 

the colour of ( a certain thing, J | 2|qQ 

&1QQ2KJ61© — 2. Belonging to the caste of. 

^E«— *. 9. 1° (Q^+QQ)— * I ©JJ©Q— 1. Painter. 

Barnnika -* I CQGl© — 2. Writer. 

Relating to Barnna. 

-^ffofej — 9°. 9- ( wdai )— oa^ qq©iq go ©q<36q 

Barnnika bxutta 9$g°<3W 6 fi$Q qj^ $9 q9K? 

ei\< — A poem in the lines of which the 

number of letters and the sequence of 

long and short letters are regular. 

*9§&|— S°« 9. %). ( Ql^ + SD )— e I QffcQ $|«Cp— 

Barnnika 1. Feminine of Barnnika. j | QOQ; 

fl^l — 2. Chalk. • | ff^QQ GQISIQ— 

3. The dress or mask of an actor. 

* I 9te1— 4. Ink. * | Q^q— 5. Pen ; 
pencil. j> | Q^fll ( §. a.)— 6. Moon 

9 I 9GQ9Q ( 9- G. ) — 7. Besmearing. 

^©—3°. ^ ( Q^ *%+Q& © )— <. | sai9| Qgoi 

Barnnifca Qqg|Qai<i—l. Described. 5 | q^©. 

( 9|©l— $1 ) 9H© — 2. Spoken; narrated. 

* [ 9slSTO— 3. Explained. v j 33°!}© — 
4*. Praised; extolled, * | q§© — 5. Painted. 

£ I g}3©_6. Written. 

^gCSI— <3 ft . 9. %1. ( Q^+QO x +ti. $ J— <. I Q{% <$— 

Barniiini 1. Woman. } \ q^i o,^q GOfa§ 

9§Q ^1 — 2. A woman belonging to any one 

of the four principal Hindu castes, •> | $qqi— 

3. Turmeric. 

BarnnibS 1„ To describe. J | q\q sqqj 

*4J JUI&U **?* 2. To rebuke. 

Barnni ««. <^. )— <. | ©peQ_i. Painter. 
5 1 Gfi*flO— 2. Writer. • , <£^q_ 
3. A young bachelor religious student. 
v I 931$ ©IQ-4. Brahmin and other 

r W©a— «fl) three .castes. 


Baronu 


The sun ( Apte ). 


Barnnya pqQQ — 8. To be described.;' j \ Q$- 
^; 9|Q€i3lQS — 2. Describable. 

1, Saffron, j | 9Qgog| ( g. Q. ) — 

2. Wild basil, • \ QQGflej ( §. Si. )— 3. 
A thing which is compared with a standard 
of comparision. v | qq^IQ ag] (flco^)— 

4. CocamaDtis Marulinus ( bird )» 
Oil— 91- ( Q9Q > 9- ( 5°. S^QQ 049 gj©l^ )— 
Bartta (9QO— aChqq) ^9 (eO«l) Brata ( See ) 

Barttaka (^^i-^1) a©)— ^9,g|Q— Existing. 
0§fa, ©P 1. The grey quail. 

^ WO* «teoa% %e©Q, «W^ 9Qfl Q 

5 I <1QSQIQ 33 ©Stoi QQ*GQf9— 2. A kind of 

mixed iron. • | ^ «q— 3, The hoof 

of a horse. ^,^ ( g %_ } _ 4 _ A doth 

r bag or wallet 

BarttakaCki) A female grey quail. 

0$QQ— SI. ( Q9Q ) 9. { q*. 99 )-9«QQ ( CM ) 
Barttaghara Bra^taghara ( See ) 

( 9©qQ, 9€jOQQ — afiHqa ) 

Barttana ^99ig, «9WHB^— L Livelihood; 
means of livings provision; profession. 

■«qQOI 9^94 (g. a)— 1. Probing of a 
wound. ^ 1 8QCQ Q (tQ| . Gaa<?| (§> Q) _ 

2. Bruising. * | 3 | a m . qqqqq G99i. 
9.^ ^S (§* Q-)-^ 3, Boaming; coming and 
going; frequenting. v | qqq^q ( §> Q .). 
4, Change. * , 9^919 ( g # a# j_ 

o^Treatment; dealing. 5> | SfOQtf 

6. Conduct. 9 igo— 7. Presence; stay. 
<~ I «9|©-?^8. Existence; position 
■ * I «€?*—$,- Pay; wages; salary" 
%• I ©C^(ia— 10- v Appointment. «.* | (-(- 
9^. «9) ^p—41 % A wide-mouthed small 
brass cooking pot, <J j ©I^jjq §g — 


^ffl 


( *•«? J 


— 12 # The base of a -spindle; 

13. Skien; roll of carded cotton. <.v| '(+■ 
©<$. TO)— 91^; qa ( §<. a.) — 14. Crow. 
^* | 9(3© — 15. Dwarf (Apfce) k$ I ($© 
*|^§©=9§i al%fq©. 39); a!Q9— 16. 
Plaoing; setting up. .%9 I GS©*— 17, 
Sending, ^riGgStf — 18. Commanding; 
commissining. td I ( -f 2f$l©Q<$l. si© ) 
Qfl; Q§U; ©IS — 19, Path; road; way. 5*1 
(©& 21©)— 9SI ©9s (^GffQ,)— 20. Paste. 
^ ! ©IS©;. GO©* 8!^ — 31. Utensil.' 

s. M.— t 1 (9©+©$. a©)— S»qsj— 
1. Having a means of living, ) \ Q^fljp— 
2,, Present; existing, •> \ §qq1q — 3, Per- 
manent, v | GG€li9l®— 4, Professional. 

G©. ©.—©©©© (G©$) — Baratana (See) 

9^ SOaOff CQ3 €99 GQSS OQSl GSM§ qfll I 

QSf s9G$<aa9«ig I 

BartanI * 1. Road. 

* I ($© ai^+q©. «©+%!. $)— 9i?9i; ea€9i— 

2 Bruising; pastling. 
©§*© Sl^©!— G9, « . — 9Q©© £11*191 (G9S) 
Barttana sadhiba Barafcana sadhibfi (See) 

©$}fll©— <Z. 9— fa© al%+©§. a©) — t. | 9©"'9I©; 
Bartta raana €££)§£> — 1. Present; existing. 
(9€}9I©I — %1) ^0««SL s$ s<a 9^fli»— giol. 903^0 1 
5 I $)$©— 2. Livingj alive, m \ gooQ— 
3. Current; in use, v \ «&©$ (@. g.) — 

4. Modern 
«r.-9,— e I'MQasiig %© ©I©; $s|js> qqc|— 

I. The present time $ | (9 M t9G)ei) a|^Q 
■OT€l€lfl!9 S^IQ ©I©— 2, (grammar) The 

present tense, 
[g— G©7tf§§£jl a©9 G9IQ ©§^9f<$g9ig 

'«iq © ^91 21931 ©^©©(©giq geiSt? $4. 

SOI— G3 fliqg— «tQ9l i^i CKjq G9IQ ©$*© 6 
«I9I 3319 69IQ ©l§ I <9KJl ©il©9«3G© f 3lSI«W 

■91 eqs ©$itf Wiqaw 1 gs§ $sji© eetyciftii 

■ -©las© ©©<i3Q§ 9©$© 9^QI%' r 9O|0q^ 9^fl|© f 

■ 69Kagi<i sm— £ m*i- r%\ $5>s© i«"—g* 
S©9© *M r»i G9S© e^© ©cq-P <$i &©ig$$ 


aw ©I^t'^S©© 9^IQ» €9!qaM I sieii ««- 
89«GQ WtQCoto $<!=■©$ I a©aGQ ass> g©iq- 
G©to c©Q3<a, a$©i«t €9^?is 6 g& qsq G9© i 

Oiq 'giqi9M^9Q r SH»' C9I03K; aai— ©CJ9^ 2S9 

gia^ aagcR C 21® sw%. aiQaisa§) i a|eQ siffflift 
^90 §0, ©I9i *a§fliw 9Q r fli^*> m\—<£ s»i% 

W« e9SJI9QS©5llSff Q^IIQOIO^ 6©C© CSWflM 
9Q§ QQ2IQS) I ] 

an 1 ^jgiqj. gqi^Q (@. a)— 3/ TidiagBj 

narrative, v | qq^ 9i99l© (§.«)— 

4. Current practice. 

5W%T ff. « . 9^1— ^ I ^QQGQ-^-l. Now; at pre- 

51^ ^ft sent; J I StelQI— 2, Just now; now a days. 

giGQ ( aoaigt ) 9<a— Q©sai ( ©q^i )— 

Matured; ( a girl ) who has attained 

puberty. 
q|j^q — q # Q_t. 1 (Q|g) o^i^CQ^ ( §. a) — -I. Name 
Barttaruka of a river, J I qpa 931 ( g.,fi )— 
2. The nest of a crow. * I $jQai& .(g.a)- 

3. Door-keeper, 

©fil €^(G(S)©— *. «— 9^©; <© Q©IQ Sis C$9— 

Bartta lodau^ha A kind of mixed iron. 

(©^ofl— ao^qp) [ g— s"99i© 3©gq •" cai^Q 

2J© 5 ! e. ©Ifl— «!»©; ©QCQ9 ©|, SfejQVWJ 6 <9i 
91©©, Q1©6Q(C^)9 t «£T, 919 6 S^9I3© I ] 
Q^l(e$)Q©l— C9. § (*• ^© y|^)— 9Si9ia9l (C©«l)- 
Bartta(rtte)iba ^s'k 4<<JWI BaratSiba (See) # 

[9©|(€©)Q9I— SIQm%3] : -, 

Q^tffl)-r-«. 9— ($© ai^Sq 5 9^ ai^*=qi9 QIQ9I+ 
BarttKrtti) Q$ m Q* dj) — £ I Q<qia — 1. Lamp. 
7 X gqaQ ©3^ 90©f; QQOI-^-S. Lamp- 
wick . • I 99Q 9S1 — 3. Wax candle, 
v I 9©9 agl — 4. The ; grey quail. 
+ |-©Sii— 5. Painting brush. ,9 I ©ffg — 
6. Varnish. 9 I «»© (?. €l) G©?!®©; 
G©^ G^«© ®<aa9Ca<a— 7. Collirium; a 

paint for the eve. 

9^1 C9IQ3Q Q9CIQOO C99CQQ QQ 99$ I 

■ T I Offli QGQ©3 QI«GQ QQ©. ©q99l €©M 
" ■ _ ($-«!)— 8- frobe. fe j a^QO (§ f ^'— ^ 
9. Ointment* t° ! (^© v ^^+^. q) ®«ay 


9§9,(Q> 


V fVoo ) 


9© 


■ $«Q ©Wl (§• «*)— 10. Preparation of 
medicine*. w I (+9& C))9?9I (9. a) — 

11, Pill, 
€!Q. 9~* I Q«QISKJ 9|^6«|g —1 A lac- 
like article used in Betting gems on 

ornaments, 

9giQ6S* oaQ <a^ tld 59 IQ 963 6 agcyiQQ 
SSforfi SteW 9CQ I ] 
©IJO(Q)— 3. 9 — QOQ 991— The g r ey q»«l. 
Barttika(ra) s§q ©o tag qq gsqq I 

(9§)9| — £|) ®5- CffGQ9WO« 1 

Q§$9I— *♦ 9. (9^9 + 28) — £ I QQQagl— 1. The grey 

Barttika quail. J \ 9|£}| OC9Q — 2. The weaver 

bird; Ploceus B a ya. ♦ | 9§ ( €«te )— - 

3. Bartti ( See ). v | OMGfl (g. a.) (COS) 

4. Ajasrangi (See) 

3§e — s. S*. ( <%& ai^aof 8 ^ ai^+s>£. © )— 1 1 
Barttita qftWty QflQ*> (§, a.)-— 1. Accomplish- 
ed. / I g9§«> C^OO — 2, Promulgated- 
set in motion. * | gqa© ©qsaiQ^QI (Q.S)- 
3, Repaired; set right. 
Q^M.-'-GQ. $* (S- ^® ^1%) — ^ I 9S9I; St QftPI — 
BarttibS 1. To live; to exist 

^5t, <5$ft aawiQca-a^i sous 

J I gqgaq 91091— 2. To escape wiih 

life; to survive, 

6909IQ « « gQfGQ 9^CQ 4CQ CO) SCQ CW $4 f 

• I QOQ^_ §QIQ SIQ9I— 3. To eacapa 
from danger, v | gf© C99i— 4. To take 

birth; to be born. 

<?§G<? CQ Oft* C9I0CQ ^a;« I Qg. C9C9?099R t 

* I ©§9lj S Q C9IQ Qg9J— 5. To stand; 

to remain unchanged. 

9 I eTISQI— 7. To be attributed to ; to 
fall on the shoulders of 

( aai— «■ wqcQ «wiw w* ?§* «>i8 1 ) 

9 I ^^K?aipl fiW9 QQ9I— 7. To eke out 

one's existence. 

Barttish^u / . ; , , _ (4C99)— Stable, 


(»9®tt' 
^»T tion. 


t 




Bar$tu(rtti)5 (9!Q9); £11919 $9^0 STO C9IQ 
[9Sf(5)«l-aOi%g] QIQflg-v-L Having under- 
-93^30) gone the ceremony of initia- 

> I GS3^ 9103 a^ G9IQ3N— 2. 
S^eft Castrated (calf), * | 5© 91 ^99iq a|»g- 
QI<3Jj §©H|<g — 3. Observing a religious 

vow. 
Q6[©— ff. M. ( $© ai^+Q(g. €$G)-«. I GCI%.. 
Barttula ©#is»|q — 1. Circular ( Apt© ). j j 
flflQIS'lQ; 9!t»l; Qff^^^lQ—^. Globular^ 
* I 3^—3. Circular, v | ^— 4. Plump, 

«. § — v I ^-1. Circle, ^ } <ao g§& 

2. Globe. • 1 GC1IQOIQ Qg — 3. Spherical 
thing, v 1 QitGI-4. A ball. * | qg©., 
QI9Q— 5. Turnip. $)| <39gQ|Q $Q]— 6, 
A kind of pulse. 5> I qpl; G€1ISI — 7. 
Bullet; ball, r| Qi^aj|-8. A hardened 
ball of clay Bhot by means of a bow. 
<i I «%Q (§• €!•) — 9 Pea. £• | ggo^j f^^ 
43.) — 10. A kind of grass with globular 
nodules, e* 1 qpicil (g- a.)-*-H Borax. 
q^qi— s. 9. ( 9^0+a >- * 1 eiq.9Q 90CQ ^<?i 

Barttula qi?q G€»IOI 91 9I^«I — 1. A ball of 
earth attached to the spindle, > | ^q_ 
§§ft1-2. The fruit of Scindapsus Offici- 
nalis. 

[ 3— < aacQ *9^o? as? fla^ §<i 1 j 

Bartma I. Way; road. j \ 9,99^^-2. Treat- 
ment; conduct. *| a^Q; <30O— 3. Ous- 
tom; usagej coarse of conduct^ v / q«q. 
00*3 OSQ SS*9 — 4. Eyelid. 

c^^o^? ggc^ c9iq«s i oat— oqWfl; oq c o«,.. 
eqcqa, 9qa«q, oqigi, oqW^ ^Qcq^ 

+ t«Jflr-^5- Edge> bor4er5 boundary. 
9 *«$« ««Q fl^j *«€> q$t |g. .«,) — e. The- 
ferack of th$ wheela of a carriage^. 
( .. ,■■ f »:l QQM> £WSfl*7.Mode; inam^r (Apte)., 


*iV 


( +m\ ) 


s$q|99* 


9q© — S. 9. (9«f+«Ga «©; Q9 a^+fl+«$9QG<3 
Bartmani «©) — aa- qgt; 91* {lG9<§)— P*% 

road; way. 

99*19—91. 5. M. — (e. 9§fa!9 Q'^ $©19$)— 
Bartman 9^*S|Q— Now; at present, 
(9© 919— a<?Mga) 

9q c €qGi— *. 9. ($>$1 ©«)— aSaoi 99 G9IQS91 gqgt 

Bartma roga 9cag (§. a.) — A disease of the 

"/a l_^ Qa eye,ids ' f u u 8iD i * em 

9© iQcqy J ^ t0 be shut u p- 

9^te»©— ». 9.-— (a. a. GQ.) — eoSaoiGQ Q09I OMI- 

Bartmarbbuda Q|G> 28^ (§. a.) — A painless ■ tu- 
mour on the eyelid 
QQlq(C|, <])— 91. W. (ff. 99Q 3 9991^9) — 9Q9ISJ9 

BarddSyaCi^) (€9«) — Baradayaka (See) 

Qdiq(Q f <)'l M ■ '(aai— «JJ o»9tfi« 
9§9i£j(Q,«,) J _ *^* a §^5 
(99 M9, 9<&q9, 9<£iql-«Giq,a) 

€iQS v (QQil9)-G9G9. 9S1.— 9®9lg s Q9MI9 (G9«) 
Bardast (etc) Bar-dast etc, (See) 

©4j&> (ai%)— *.— tl GS99 999!— 

Bardd(rdh) froot) 1. To cut (Apte)* 

9 I 9$Q9I — 2. To shear (Apte). • | 9QJQ 
qqqi — 3. To divide (Apte). v 1 afi 
qqqj — 4. To fill up. (Apte) 
9$— q\ 9.— (qa fc|§==G&99 9991, 99 8IQ9I +q9 
Barddba a) — ^ I G$9Q; 9§?9 — 1- Cutting, 
(9ti— tKfoqp) v I ^— 2. Increase. m \ qq^ 
a^_^3. Completion; fulfilment. € |q|g|-~ 
4. Lead. + | 91^sa%*Q| 91 9IQ£l4lfa 
SQ— 5. Clerodendron Siphonanthus. 
(plant) £[§QQ— 6. Red lead (Apte\ 
Q <$ 9^0, 94. (qa il|§+9$. W)—t f G399— 
Barddhaka 1. Gutting; 

(w- aoiq.a) 9 1 99*91995 C9 ^ 9€Q— 

(99*91— flJ) 2 - Increasing. • | g£9— «3. Fill- 
ing upj fulfilling. 
9°. 9 — 9GQQ— Carpenter (Apte). 

999(«l)-a . 9. ($a.*%+9^ a +«i ^■t'lSL+W* 

Barddhaki(ki) + Q9j ifll. t.9.)— 9G99i 3?^$ — 

,.[9a9(a)-2l9n^Q Carpenter. 

^6— «•. 9, (Qa ai%9qj Q^aiq+q9.; a9)— 
, , Bat44bana <■ t CWQ 1 *- 1. Cutting; . 
; ; ,^^g-a-gl9^a) > I 9©9|; >$&**% Increasing^ 


growing; augmentation. • \ qqq — 

3. Improvemehtj advancement, v | (^a 

#9.399 99 3I9.+Q.9. 3ff ) 99IQ91 — v 

4. Extending; causing to ^increase, 

* I 99tf —5, Filling «p; completing. 

9 I (Q<$.a9) SHQ99I99 9i^ — 6.Bestower 
of prosperity (Apte)., 9 1 919191 QKj— 
7. A tooth growing over another tooth' 
(Apte). r 1 U9— 8. Siba (Apte) 

(9WI-HJ) ^' ««- V(+«4- TO )— <899M|— 

Increasing*. 

QOOflO— 9°- w. 9!- (9^b + «te) — G9 ^§ ai§eii<i), 
Barddhanaslla 9^— Prospering; growing. 
(99 9 €flOl— *1) (W^ 91991—9) 
99'«— 3. 9. (999+4. «)— l I Gfl* ©aaipi 09 — 
Barddhanl 1. A small water jug. } | q^|. 
(9sfoi— »«W%Q) 39^; Wifo; GSiaffl ^ 2. Broom- 
stick. <*) I G9IG9Q; €19QI<3 9319 — 

3. A bier (Apte)^ 

99 gi9— v. m: g,° (qa N ai9 B +9(j[. 2J») — ?5€fla> ai9| 

Barddamana 9021§ — Gradually increasing; 

(99*i«9l— »!)' growing; thriving; prospering. 

9&I9 7 S. 9—^. I QW ^«|»9 9SJC! 

9<(a)fll90 f * OT ^° OU ^ QQQ9COT— 1^. 
Burdwan (name of a division, district and 
town in western Bengal) e ^ | Q9 91 <<%Q 
$S— 2. Castor oil-seed plant. * | €iq- aq9 
3 a a small earthen pan or flat pot 

* I a^9G€l§ — ^- Tn e name of a beast^ 
+ I q| —5. Bishnu. 9 iSoi.tq— 6. Sweet 
citron ^Apte). 9 1 8G990I9COT — 7 - A - 
kind of riddle, r | GS§ 999 9S4 ai^GQ 

■ o|q q g||<— 84 A house having no door 
on the south side, i 1/ ( 9W ) 9^.9 9* 

9tm ^S»1q Q C®^ ^ w 4 ° ^«»M 9£ 

QGQ^ 99^l« 9hI99«— 9. Title of a 
Sanscrit grammar by Barddham'Sna Misra. 
Ko ! 3^3919^ 9^® fl W — l0 - A tempi©- 
built in the shape of a flat earthen pan. 

a Sanscrit metre^ 

99'flioo— tf/^i^^+^i>-^ * WV,— 

Bar«rdbam«nak* ;%• Prospering. > I ^9«1»— 
(9^199-WSq?) «;. rf^riying; ,g^^ng. 


^SifllQ QIQ©| 


( 


+X*J 


TOS*" 


(9^ c fll6»9l— %1) ». ©— V } ©©C|Q-^1. Castor seed 

■ £. plant. / 1 '€K]-tt2. A small earthen pan. 

•Wkl© ,GIQQI— 3? fe^- 919 7 WWo ass g°©©© 

BarddhamSna kgrifcS ©$©© a©qi© 0Q© ©§£}© 

9°$ © 'Q8— *The title of a Sanscrit treatise 

i.v op rituals by Barddhamana Misra. 

'Wwft-^iiQQfl— *r.. ©— wW i9s» •$© s°s© 

tlB&rddhamana byakarana Q,|g^_ r The title of 
a Sanscrit grammar- by Barddhamana 

* Misra* 

^»^IO A9IQI*— 69. 9. (©I«l)— ©Qdl QgOl5J g°iO 

i '■■ Barddhamana mahapatra ©*)!©©«1©|© An 

Oriya grammarian of Sanskrit, 

[ S— «W $© ST4© ©ll©©61© ©19 ©<§fa|© 
QSlQQfil | < £fj: ©$<& £!©!© © ©I 28©^ $>o a ©<a 
OJTO CQ© 36Q <$©<$&!© ©|Q©| 6 $Gcfiq© ©$,©1 
■'■-■ g& QCtp ©Q§(G©— ©CIQ^giolQ §§» I ] 

■O^ e (w)^0l— «{•. ©a. 1°. ( $a ai^ ao+Q(J o 3 wi. 
J3arddha(rdha)yita *©. ) — qq <?©|<j — 

[©q> (H£$\ — %1] Augmenting; enhancing. 

*o4*©— «°. M. ( $a 81^5}©=©® ai§+©£ © ) 

Barddhita ? | ^g|§©. ai©^ q^jq qaaift 

' . (©3©-^si©«iq0) 2lg— 1. Increased^ augmented; 

enlarged; enhanced, ^ | gq — 2. Cut. * | 

EQ©— 3. Filled up. v | Ga |§ a 4 

Maintained; brought up. 

•«$% — a°. o. (^ *)i%fal©iea. Q|)— ©90a, ©^ 

* ; Barddhishnu q1© — Thriving; prospering; in- 
■(^^— »ffi%0) - creasing. 

W^» -£|l. S>. ( 9°. * 9$© )— 3)q& ; ©Q©— 
JBarddbuta Prosperity;, improvement of material 
■*t^#l 3S<ft (©a ©— «©<l^8) condition 
k ■ gi» Ste: — «. I > ^W&fiiol— 1. Prosperous. $ . 
^ 9iQiQ 3#Q.q$Q© ©Q38— 2. Whose mate- 

rial condition has improved. 
<©W— S. ^— C^a|^=^§ ai©©|+©$. w ; lflL 
■vi Bardhma K$>)— t i ©|Q| — 1. Bubo, j | 30^1*3 

Cqa (§.«)— 2. Hernia. 

4>fcf— <I. 9— ($** *!§+<*§. Q)~9$ OflQi— 
x Bardbra Skinjhide. 

*T 9— ( ©3*+ £) ) — OS 0$9— 
Bar dim Thong; rope of hide* 

t©S©l--aO*§q). 


; Barb(rbb) (root). To goj to move. 

W(*) — *. ©— ( ©<7 N *!!§+©$, SI )— g|©1© $j©©© 
Barbba(rba) qggQIQCM («€Og)— A gold coin 

of ancient India. 
WW*—*. W— ( ©sv ai%+©<fu a* )-*. i © © 
. Barbba(rba)ta ©qgal© — 1. Moving or going 
quickly. ) > Oft*— 2. Adulterous, 

a. 9— (alg ^<^ai< c©iq) 1 1 ©©q@ (aqn)- 

1. A kind of pulse, 9 I ©QCIQJ (§q) — 
" ■■ ■ 2, A kind of bean. 

w(^tr(*1)— «i ,©- (©«?*+ 4 »,q)—v i ©©q^ 

: Barbba(rba)ta(ti) (qq®) — 1. B ar agurdi (See). 
■31 ©©QQI (€<?«) — 2. Baragarda (See), 

* I ©Qa©b G©a«*l — 3. Prostitute; 

whore (Apte). 

€W(ff)ffll— 9° Q— (©©= ag©Qtfia©-r-©^ y^QQ ©q©i 

Barbba(rba)na +21, a) — Sift©§ gs©|. Q^Qga 

gig — The blue bo tie. 

CSTO <Wl flifij ^gft ©s«i^ gqs, ^ae® wgQ q'q qa U iQ« I 

©fiP(<?)Q— *. W-(©a ai^ 9 %r-a 5 ©| ©^ ^+ 

Barbba(rba)ra a$. ^©. Sl9=©ie<ro«:-gl© ©| q 

^G^ias q<ai ©a© ©e©al^ ©«,g )_ 

^ I CIO; 0190 — 1. Low; mean, j \ &§<&. 

SSi©— 2, [Jnoouth. • | ©^g>jy 

3. Foolish. v , <^_ 4 Illiterate. 

* I 8©l£ 3 ag©,- C£©-5. Barbarian. 
nomad^ uncivilized. 9 | gg^ 9| ^jj^^ 
Qj'Sl (®CO^)— 6.Speaking in an unintel- 
ligible jargon. 

[ Q- «lfi|©<1 ©IQ9IG© 9©i ©|Q© aQQ^c, ^ (€Q 

«eu ©^g©i% (©8 a^-amtftqea ©990 ©ai 
©©g©e© gi^l q©e© © ©9 <© gi©^ ap, aioq 

fl» SHRQQI^ (*? ^W ©6©|) <9WQ 

«©fl|©^ ©IG^ad ( Barbarian ) eig,, Q9IQ 

Q*. ©— «q©1 019—1. Barbarians; nomad 
tribe, j | si© ©^—.2. Wicked or mean 
person. * | 3$ 9©€fl— 3. The black holy 
basU plant, y | ©1^ ^ n •?%<-** A 
pjant. + 1 ©kjq- ©1 ©^ ©|a— 5. A mode 
ofgFowingoarliDg hair upto the neck. 


*WQ9 


( **»« ) 


9£ft 


9 I giGto SjQ«9 9«IQi©KJ «*§» G99 

9G83 — 6, Name of a tract of country ib 

aDcient India inhabited by a nomad 

tribe. 

[«— gQiQtQ© qswcQ 6 QWoqg«, s!QG«j£} 
q^GQQ^Q GQ3Q «Hfl QG33 »S, «g <19l 
GQQOIG9 9Q 9191 IN G9IQ 31% ©l§ * SlGfo 
•gte v 6 GQS9 ^Q9l99fllG^ 8®9Q $9l<aG9 9?9 
%.-■ ©19© €99 99IQ GQa fc aiQaa§l I G9G39 QQSICj 
SS«1€» 5191^3 G941Q <IQ 9q99 <§ ©|fl $919 

-G99Q «wid agsn qsQ 6 qig aswflieo aeiiasiGQ 
■CQOgCQ I <3IG<?9$Q 9ia # Q«g€Q I was <18 
«io toqi 6 G98»i©9i©9 G9Q i giste GqflQ 6 
■glqaiOT as* eftraril «39i ©19^ 9<F9 

(Barbarian) 91369 9iq$6^ — »- «.] I 

5> I SQ'GjQ (G9«lJ — 7. Barbbaraka (See) 

q»H ( ^!€0g )-The Barbary States in the 

middle of Africa, 

■W(gOQQ— '3°. Q— <9S9!Q ©W — 

Barbba(rba)raka A kind of sandal. 

al©, a SI'S I G99m9 3©G9 «9i 9£r, 91^, 

"^OSb Q&qs, 9« * Q§G9I<3 QISI9— 

* a. ] i 

■ $«»9©i(e)— a. 9— <©M+qp. ©O-i ifflooi— 1« 

Barbbarata(twa) , Meanness, ; I «ig«5 e l©| — 2. 
Barbarity, • I aa^Wj SIQ^^I — 3. Unge- 

ntlemanliness, 

Barbbari DulabhS (See) 

..qq»qq — a. 9 — ($ *ll$=—9Q<a QQ9I ?^+$9)— V I 

Barbbarika QI$Q; 9$99lft — 1» Curling ^hair 

grown flowing upto the neck. $ | 9I£}6| 

*W (§• a)— 2 Aplanfc. « | <39iOlft 

Sfc «)— 3. CoJocynth. 

Barbbarochita Befitting or suiting a barbarian; 

- *■ - barbarous* 

-^(ffjCJ— «- 9. (9<?a|$+$Q)— * I »— 1. Water. 

j Barbu(rba)ra 5 I 9$S.«e — 2. Acacia Arabiea (tree). 


9<3— *. 9~ ($ al^=a9Qfl QQ9I+9Q4& SO; §Q- 

Barma Q?Gv*fctj Q°": afc)— VI 999; SISj «§•> 

«ei— 1. Armour. ? | (+9$. fl)'«JQj <J9 

(«. a)— 2. House. - « i aa%9 (§.a) 

<DQGQIf»«J (69$) — &, Gharapordia (See) 

c^ G9. ^— a«q« 9Gaiaia 9Gss ($G9q)~- 

"^ ^3j A family title of thB Kshatriyas. 

fi»fti. 9. (3°. §§)— Q§ 5 aqi— Soul. 
Q$g_qo. ^— q9iqQGOI§ G9a^>sa^ aa©« 3§G9a' 

Barmaka (@. a) — An ancient country; the 

modern Burma. 

Qtf WW— s\*-«*««9* (9- a) (e9«) : 

Barma kantaka Gharapordia (See).. 

Barma kasha The prickly pear; Opuntia Dilleni. 
Batmahara y|q-Wearing an armour. 

©A— (q°. p5o ». ^ si iqoq)— e i 95qe Qaiy— 

BarmS 1. A title of the Kehatriyas. 

G9. 9 ( 9°. §g; Q$ ) Q§G9a-The country of 

Burma, 
Qfllffll— G9. 6?.-3^G9al^l Qfl^ll— A Burmese lady. 

^I0^)-G9. Q— ©§Wa1q Gfl* G<319l— A 
Barma tatu(ttu) Burmese pony; a Pegu pony- 

99©— G9G9. 9^1 & 9 ( Q° )-?§ C9SQ floral— 
Barmij The Burmese. 

©ST— ff. 9— (Q fcJlQ=«l99^1 9991 + 9)— 99 ^Ifi— 
Barmi ^R v ^nft A kind of fish. 

esfo— *^ w r9*+Q©)— 9^lq— 
Barmita Wearing an armour. 

9^1— ff. W- V (9<J+Q» 5 ^- ^^)— 0*NI — 
3 arm J Armed with armour. 

(93a— *J) 69. M-S§ S9Wra1— Burmese ' 
[ 99, 9«qi— ««H%9 ] 

Barjya(r]a) <. I 90*1% 9^-1- Worehippable, 
(OOTI— %l) adorable. 9 I Gfl^j gaiO— 2. Chief. 

[ q_< «qq acqia s°£ a9M'«RM «p qgq 
C9ioai<j aai— $ig« 9flS 99^ 90^ < 3 


9&t 


( -#*M?V ) 


9^» 


*. ^JMCOQ; 9$6— Cupid-god. 

$*«(<&)*- ff, «• 41 -(9 &*& a)- «. i aoq,q 9«m— 

BarjyS"(rjS) 1. A girl who elects her own husband. 

J I QQii— 2. Bride. • | 909. (§. a) — 

3. A kind of pulse* 
q 9 q$ — 9S3iSj 3Jl£tQ> — Feminine of Barjya 
SlisQ («S«j«i) $ — «Q— Hog. 

Barsha l.Bain. 5 I ( + aWQ«.H)^iq^ i OTW|Q. 

2. Rainy season. «• | ( + 9$. a) G3Q — 

3, Cloud, v 1 9£Q. 9Q<g — 4 Tear. 

* I (+q9. 2i)GQ98ai9 — 5, Discharge of 

semen. £> | ( -f-gq. a ) GQS — Country. 

9 I t$pQ 9$ja— 7, Division of the earth. 

r I Qj9©9si — S Country of India. 

[ o-qqwj QflMlg GQa Qi SQaaioor fl*i% 

^Q9 G«ll$4 9-3 I glOlQ gQaiGP qgOGQ QSGdl? 
9<3 QQIQ QGS<3 QQSQfi)} J33I— QQ©,q%, fiQdg, 

©^fo— W. 9— <© ^€ — One year only, 
Barshaka m ^? ta44AI 

Barshaka ]a eke) the end of one year- for the 
o^TO *ft1^ «l«kl% v period of one year. 
Q&fllQ— GO. d. 9«1 — <KW3 9il9l-Througbout the 
Barshakajaka ^3 ^5*t* *nsr ^IW year. 

. (9&wi; q4«jq— ao^a) 

q^qq— *. 9. (93 + q al§+9<§.«)— G33 (8. «)— 
Barshakara c Cloud. 

GQ. 9d— i. ! <Q G><9 ©^ — I- Aged one 

q$&® year. 9 I <1© Q« SSqGQ Of 91 91 G9QI— 

CTKff 2. Happening during a year. •(<<?©€ 

9*1101—3. Occupying a year_ 

9<sfoq— e. 9. (9*fo<a+$)— ?*1> 5«qi (§. a)~ 

Barshakarl Grasshopper; cricket 

Barshaka(ku) barsha Every year; annually. 

q4 ota— *. w. (©€+©«» »9+9^^Qfi4miQKK 

Barsha kama Bai?kering after or wishing for 

"""'"«■ ^ rain. 

9«0l€fl|— ». 9- ( W9W+QC )— 9«l €9<?t 0IQ' 

Barshakamesbti 4^9' $$ — a vedic fire-saeri- 

fice for invoking rain* 


QOQIQ— G9. 9—0© QQ qfl£j — 

Barshakala Period of one year, 

(QG*'©!©— a<M%0) 

©rfoififl— S. 9. (w'+WQ + a))— 9iq («. Q) — 
BarshakSli Cumin seed. 

Barshaketu <qj 9«l ga^GQ ©Q9I^ ) — OIQ 
4Q«1 91% Q§ qpWI— 1- A kind of 
pot herb^ red Hogweed. J \ (p$$ 9©^* 

q^WPV ( 3IGW, ) ( G9« )— 2 4 Barsha 

parbata (See). . 

Barsha kosha e I (9$0l§) GQ<?@5 9WO MO — 
1. Fortune-tellor; astrologer^ ^ | (p^jl 09) 

qjg— 2. Month. 

Barshaja * | ^ G9I^* WL Produced by 
rain. > | QQQ& — 2. Produced from cloud 
* I 0^9lG9l*a— 3 * Produced in India. 
©««I — q». 9. (Q^ai^+q^. ao)— ^ I Q^— 1. Rain. 
Barshana > I QflfaiOj aiQ 8©Q — 2. Rainfall, 

* I Q%* fl €l a»g ^iiqeQ OOW — 3. Falling like 

a showerj copious discharge, 
q4& 9€J9» — GO, S — ^ I ^Q§9t — 1» To raiD. 

Barshana kariba 3 | 9«1 9Q GW?^l9 a<?la «©g 
^^911 0199 9Q9I; 301991— 2. To shower 
«T^ ^TfT anything profusely; to pour any thing 

like a shower, 

q&iq— s. 9. ( Q€—^% + a 8i^+o<j[. a )—e i 
Barshadhara Qqci — 1. Cloud 

> I (9«a'«GQ0»3l9+aQ G3 aiQS 91 GQU OGQ l) * 
5?qfq© — 2. An impotent parson; eunoch. 

* I «$*$Q QS9 — 

3 A male watchman of a seraglio. 

Q€l9l(ai) Q|9— GQ. 9 ( ^. 9<3$ + 8l«!£j )— Q%©Q— 
Barshana(na) pani Bain water, . 

0^>— «. 9. (Q«4-SI ai^«QSI 9Q9I+9(|. a ) — ET09 ■ 
Barshapa QQh\Q<% 0Q9IGQ G«T^§ Q€Q «^0Q 

9gSQ A 99 — ( astrology ) The planet 

•v . 9<5l^0 I said to preside over a parti- 

. 94^00 ■— : |.^^ - cularyear^ 

9«ia1a 9«j 4SI49 ©CI© §< J ] 


9« Off© 


^ *vo* ) 


9fc|9<& 


4& [ WQ—9. 9. ( Q«— osylaiOGQ a9S© fl^PO >— 

Barsha parbata @g qgs flOGQ qq^lQ Q9,Q9 

99 91 G9QGQ ^91 G9S9*l9 QQ Ctf) 0^S>— 

The ranges of hills said to be in the 

various divisions of the world known to 

the ancient Hindus. 

[ g— ^aiftSQ cisji aai— gwio, 69W^ ©sa, 
cs»%, 63$, '9fil 6 «cr1 1 ] 
9$faiS8 — *■ 9- ( 9S+0I9+3 )— wji©9j a^i 
Barsha paki ( §J. 8 ) — Hogplum. 

©tfffo— a. 9. ( 9$ oo )— ( eroo G9it9<a ) gmq* 

Barsha phala CIS!© I SiQgiGQ 9<S S2HGQ Qf 91 £TQ — 

Happenings during a year according to 

astrological calculations, 

9^QQ — 3. 9. ( 9«=*GQ98aiQ + 9Q — 991Q9; ©G$- 

Barshabara a9 ) — t I ffg?39 — 1. An impotent 

(9«as — a9i$?) person, j \ ag*g$c;s9 Qafqg 

Q9m — 2, An eunoch guarding the seraglio. 

osfey— SIG9. ( aiega 9 — 9339 {G93 } 

BarBhabidhi Barshabiuddhi ( See ) 

Q9$§ — 3°. 9. (f<|1 OO) — V I 9€£p$$ — *• Advance 
Barsha bruddhi in age. 3 | q^q si^QI; 9 ( 3l$9 e i— 
2 7 Excess of rains. *> | qq Q?[— 3. Anni- 
versary; birthday, v | ©QQq $9n Q39 — 
4. Birth-day festival, 

giG9. (aioqs ) 9— 9919Q ga«» 01S9 ^9 

90 99MI QGQ 99 991iqr 9$G9I% Qg GSIOQ 

( €$£19 )— -The cenernony of untying the 

knot in the upper cloths of the married 

couple made at the time of marriage. 

[ £ — 9QQ SIQS|©GQ Jtegpq^QQ SQ&4%€a 

9daifl— sr. 9<a. ( Mai9+9(S. ao")— 9Q<ag9ij 

Barshamana 9Skas]Q — Raining; showering. 

q4§I®— G9. 9. ( 3.9&9I© )—t I SG9 93 — 1. One 
Barshasata hundred years, y \ 9©$|Q — 2. A 

long time. 
QQ QS»9~-G9. 9. ( q°. 9<3 WSlfil )— ^ I WIGQ 9<3— 
Barsha sahasra 1. One thousand years. 

> I 9$9I» — 2. A long time. 

Q«l— q Q . 9, ( 9<a + 3j1. « )— * I SISl*9IQi 9$&fl— 
Barsha 1. The rainy season; the rains. 

j( Q<J— 2*Bain- •i9'3tf— £„ Raining. 


9tfl(W)Q«l-W. $ — 9391 4?£[IQ a^%9 — 

Barsha(rshe)iba ^fft Causative of Barshiba. 

Q>4\ QSIQQI — giG9. ( SWL9 ) 9— OTfiiq C99l ; GGSJ 
Barsha utraiba" QQ9I — Overclouding before 
( 9<ai 6J§>IQ a^;9l — «91^,a ) a shower; th9 rising 

of a rain-cloud- 

ooi Q — a°. 9 — gi^; o^Ssmj sssi©, 3I9*?, qo 6 

Barsha rutu «i«f Q -<j§ ^Q ^19 — ^ fle rainy 
(93 MQ, 9<a1 90 — SGN^q) season. 

0^ra—q°. 9. {9$ ««)— t I 99Q Q9 QQ »°« — 
Harshatiisa 1. The different components of or 
(9§!Gf — aOSQQ) periods comprising a year. 
[ gal — q^, Ala, 9P ; asp l"] 
5 I 5)13 (8- a.)— 2- Mouthy 
GiQISIfl -q°. 9. (pqj 9% 9"ai+acifl) — 9«I«^Q aQq— 
Barshagama The beginning of the rainy season. 

69* 9-«Q «(lg 9^1 G99IQ Rev- 
indications o£ a coming shower^ 

QQIQ9— 9. 9 («. 0. GQ)— 99*9^91 GW— 
Barshaghana Raining cloud. 

9QIGQIQ -9°. 9. ( 9*ai Q^GQ G<aig=»&j© S3I9I9> 
BarshagUosha 9^9lg )— * I G9Q — 1. Cloud. 

-> I G9«i G9a— 2. Frog, 

9<aiGr1 -ff. 9. %1 (9«7cr+dj)— Q§ qpQ9b ^^ 9Q«V 
Barshangi a|ci — The red hog weed. 

Q§7 eO— !J. 9.— t I 9«9I ai3 — 1. Rain water. 
Barsha jala j | (g^QQ) q% 6 9«— 3 . Rain anti 
(9#3i3— G9€lffl%a) water, 

9«F ^©(@)— G9. 9. (^999 €1S?^>— ■§§ 4 G9iffl9 — 
Barsha jharda(rdi) ^9 ftt Rain and gale. 
(937G9IETI0, 9«79l«, 9 ( 379^i9, 9 , si9l9^, WI990- 

Q«7©iq— ^. 9. (0$1©o f 9 t a7=»^%9to+a©<^ = 

Barshatyaya 2I99IQ ) ?. r ^^Q 39519 1. Cessa- 
9 < aTaQ?l 1 tion of rain^ end of the rainy 

9*319 j mH< ^ season. 5 1 W9I» 2. The 

autumn. 

9§7g q— e. 9. (9^83 9^7 ai9iQ g^^Qeaal (s.«) 

Barahapriya Coccysterj swift, 

9«i9§T-G9. 9- (3909) G9€fl 91 99 QQStlVG9 ^§— 
Barshabarshi <l#^1 ^?^n^C# Heavy or light 

showers- 


^•♦; 


WlQ9 


( *«*9 ) 


-Q§ 


«><atqQ— s. 9. ( ?<§1 90 ; 9oi+aqQ )— qffc aq^ 

Barshabhaba CtQfr — Droughty want of rain. 

BarshabhU 9§79iQGQ CG$— Growing during 

the rainy season. 

9°, 9. — <. I G99; G9Gf 1 ^ r °g; fca^P ^- 
5 I $3>2aic] 2, Hog weed. • | GSSJ^ 
$sj — 3 % Earth worm. ts \ Q^GQifl 9ft; 
9ia9QQ G9I$ €91© 4, Coooineal ( red vel- 
vety insect ); scarlet mite; Trombidium- 

* I G919 G9I9 — 5. Insects and worms. 

^$3iaQ— q°. 9. (9<a7«=9<a7q§^G% gq— acsiQ cjiqiq 

Barshamada 9§SIJJ )<— * I «*|Q — 1. Peacock- 

J I G9GT — 2 Frog. 

Barshamukha Beginning of the rainy season 

vsi^ss: e? cat e^© 

?§ «Q© €IQQ 9£§ — «S G^SQSB^Ste i 

9«iq€l— *. 9.— G»G9 9Q$% ^s^cjs, qq 9=i§ (§- s-> 
Barshayasa A person aged more than ninety 
(9«aiq3l— tfl) years. 

Barsharambha 99 — 1. Beginning of a year. 

(Qw-«Q4qa) jiqpa 2 - New y ear ' s da y 

« I ( QsT+SBQ^ ) 9SIQ$Q 39m— 3. The 
beginning of the rainy season. 
<3<Si©i— q°. 9. (9§9$; 9^+afiFg— €9©8, 99321919) 
Barshsirchchit 510099 — Mars (planet). 

9<sifi>- q°. 9. — a©cr (§. a) •, asqg «* 

BarshSQa Winged insect. 
QQQ— g°. M. (9<S~+S5WIG3~Q9) * IQ<f QSWlqiQlSO- 
Barshika 1- Annual; yearly, <? I (931+ QQ) 9<aJ 
Wffjty — 2 . Rainy; pertaining to the rains. 

• I mm 9 $7 9G9 — 3. Raining, w I 3191 
Q^lcj^SO QG^ — 4. Growing during the 

rainy season. 
<S>§9|— GQ. 3. (?. $<3ai§) -V I 9Q$9I; Q§ QQ9I— 
Barshiba 1, T o rain. ^ i ^j" afQQQ aei$9l 91 
'Ftfa ^^RT ©l$9l — 2. To pour like shower. 

so'qq ^cqioq spares? sa > qa'stfa. cvoI^iq i 

0«T$— e. 9tf. 9.°. ($9+a©S£jlGa Ql) — v I a© Q9 
Barshishtha — l. Very old. j [ qgfl«y flaS69 
-93) $$>; ^Q09i— 2. Oldest; eldest. 


Barshiyan ^gj. «.$.) — t. | si© qq> — 1. Very old. 

(Q<al£j3] — $1) > I 9GqiGW| — 2. Elder; elderly. 

* 1 9QMQ sa«iG9 ^ Q<S>9Q— 3. Older 

of the two. 

Barshuka Qg^j^ig— Raining; showering. 

( TOjMp Gfl<3 = G3^ G^Q ^OlQGfift dig 9«9I 
G9QIQ ^f?^Q — Rain cloud ) 

Barahopala QQQI ; QSI92JQ — Hail stone. 

9s^too Qta Qici Qfig 3019 1 Q«. s^eQ^vaig 1 

OG^i)— 9. ^>. (^ a|^j_+Q(§. flQj9<a\^fll. 1G>.)— 

Barshma(rshma) e ! €I<S3Q— 1. Body, y | q^q^g 

— 2, Beautiful shape or form. * | QQfli^ 

— 3. Measure; areaj quantity, v | Q©©|— 

4. Height. * 1 g|<ai$j 0£)Q— 5, Stone. $> | 
QQG^Q Q§ — 7- Dyke; embankment. 

W v (£ll§_)— 9— * I oa^ 09IQ S^IQ^I-l- To pluck. 
Barh (root) ; | gg g|QQ| — 2. To shine. 

Q@— s. 9. (^9 v ^ = ^^ 0IQ91, ^19 QIQ9I ^9+S/)- 

Barha < | ^^i g|QQ| — 1, Increasing. 5 | gg 1 — 

2. Shining; glamour. «» | (_f_Q^ # gA — 

gqQ q.S — 2. The tail of peacock, v | gj- 

a§l ^9 — 4. A kind of plant. * | ^g$ gp — 

5, Leaf of a tree. 9 \ gqjQQ 6. 

Companion^ comrade, 

Q^9— e. 9. ( 99 ai^+q9. a© )— e 1 s$iQ9i— 

Barhana 1. Tearingj plucking. J \ (+9& ?|Q) 

€199 9$>— 2. Leaf. 
©^S»|C— «• W. ( 9^"+«B acGQ 90 )— ^ I acT — 
Barhaban 1. Fire, j \ 9aQ— 2. Peacock. 

o^i— 9. 9. 41. ( 99+^1. a )— v 1 o|q qg_ 
Barha 1. Peacock tail, 5 | gtjaqj— 2. A female 
companion, m \ (9^*113+9$. ae ; 99*Q W 
tflL 19-) ao (g. a)— 3. Fire/^ 1 Q$)Q 
9Q (§. Q.) — 4. Plumbago tree. * 1 (+ 
©Qfl, a«i)— !3@ (S.«») — 5. Yedic sacrifice. 
^ I $j3 (g* €!•) — 6. The Kusa grass. 9 | 
(+Q9. aa)— qg — 7. Shining; glamour. 

9IG9. (Qqaafi & S9?9) (^°.9q9>~9IQIj9q9- 

Boar. 
OgT— «. 9. ( $9 N aiq[+Q )— e I aq > ©a*— 1. Fire. 
Barhi 5 I ^991; <3@ — 2, Light; lusture. • | 
<jfl— ^, Sacrificial grass. 


-9$tfl 


{ «*$ ) 


.*>» 


^>®a— q°, 9. (w+dgtGei 09)— 0|© — 
Barhina Peacock. 

Barhipatra Peacock tail_j peacock feather. 

©@©!©Q— S°. 9. (©§9% Q9Q+QI9©)— qi|©©l9©. 
Barhibah&na qg|©- ©l§}G©£| — KSrttikeya (giba's 

elder son). 

<©$ga-e. 9. (©9— acP act q« 3I9IQ; a^GQ si§© 

Barhimukha GQG© GS^aiG© Slaifj))— G©9©l— 
The gods; celestial beings; deities. 

■«§«©— e. 9. (99£=qS; aq* =»a© ai^==<3iQQi= 

Barhishad q$. ^c; a^G© Sil§Q G©GS* G9§)9IG© 

«l«§>— §©Qd9GOT— A class of the 

departed ancestors. 

©$1 — *. ^. q? (W*=QOj QVP », WU. *©.)-* I 
Barhi (Q\fy q^q ^§q-<q q£ — 1, Name of a son 
of sage Kasyapa. > | G«aQ — 2. Peacock. 
• ! ©3Q (©. €1.)— 3. Tagara (See) 

e°. w £L°. - €3 0|© U<ai q$ aw, ©©aiq — 
Adorned with peacock-tail. 

-©d (a|$) — e. — « I efiQQdl ©Q©l— 

Bal (root) 1. To coyer, 

* I G9^© ©£191 — 2, To encompass; to sur- 
round. • | q|q q$q!_3. To give, v |g|g 
*IQ3 ©§91— 4- To live. + i ©a ©Q9I— 

5. To kill. 

©G*-G9G©. 9- (Q°)— * I $1910 Wg« Ga§5C«lft©- 

Bal ^351 1. Ball (used in games). 

(SSI — $€©^©©; ff£9% GeiGQ ©fi|, eaaiQ 9Q l) 

^ I qqgqqI^ a<s>© a§giG© q]qg,qqr© €S«91 

©|$ — 2, Ball dance. 

GIL (QOQ)-rt. 9©19<33 §©. QQ a ©<1^) — 

9B9— Ox. 

gl€©. (WHS* » glQGQ Q Q©IQtf)~(e. ©©)- 

©O — Strength. 
«G©I— fll6©. (9g©) ©.—©©©I (G©G1) 
Bal-t5 Balita (See) 

©fi*©l©U)— 69. 9. (Q° 9fe + 3- ©©«!)— 9f^ ? (g©«) 
Bal-nScha(ta) ^srfr ^HN Bal 2 (See) 
(9Q9IQ— G9GQ. %a) 

•«fij©i— aic©. (wm©) «•— G9ia©ii ©§91— 

Bal-bS To speak; to say. 


0<3Ql(fll)9J— g IG©. (SftW)-W.- 9Q9IO— 
Bal-*ba(ma)n Powerful; strongs 

©»— <?. ©. (©© ai$+q©. a)— 1 1 aietq© a^ — 

Bala 1. Bodily mightj physical strength. 

93W 6© q$ 9© 

oio €QiQ£Q aeao i cciqio. gov© i 
> I flfl©|- Sllflai— 2. Power; ability. * \ aq^q. 
€©l§ — 3, Force; might. v | ( + $93. «) 
S$lj 3!© — 4. Essence; marrow; pith. 
* I G«©GQ ©a) 891 S!Q 91 S©— 5. Manure. 
£ I q« — 6. Semen. 9 I (+©(g. a) «j«- 
7. Crow. r | ©g — 8 Blood, g | qq. 
*$© — 9 Shape; form. £o | ^q — 
10, Body, <.<> I 9^ gg — 11. The name 
oi a kind of tree. \p \ Q^Qfif GTOi — 
12. \rmy; force (of various divisons). 

AQ G^^ilQ eSft« 9a G9iQjai<i] 

dQI 9«s Gdltl— 13. A pawn at chess; a 
chessman; the balls used in chess (except 

the King and the Minister, ?b j cjq 

14. Weight; load, <.* | 9ogfl ; fl ^|^ 9 q 

Q^qSai QjQ — 15, Elder step-brother of 

Srikrushna. 

Si@s Sl« c« ^« eqce I qsi eseo^awjig i 

«.^ I 9lg«; ^ff<5— 16. The great mythological 
serpent. ^ \ qj©^ ^qq, — 17^ ^jromegg. 

hardness, $r | 2J^Q©| — 18. Stability. 

Vfi I GQ©^?iG^ — 19. Name of a demon. 

[ Q— aq$ GQ9QI^IOQ GCII%eiJQQr G^qQ 

GffQ <© Q^O q.9IGQ ^©n« I QQ, G€I q$l^. 

Gai^cil^ 99IQ a^GQ I 9$ o 909 qa aiq^i 

^o I alQGQl€©— 23. Eeward, ^^. | g9Q ^9)^ — 
21. Strong support. ?9 I qi9ISJi — 22. Help. 
->*> I (MHO) a.W ^i^! €9Q £^|©o §0— 
23. (science) That which generates velo- 
city, force or energy. 

S°. M. (9» ^1^+©^. a)— * 1 9©9lff} 9S>^- 
1, StroDg; powerful^ 


9Q9Q 


( **»r ) 


<?<WL 


99 eao «c« 9qv ^9«»l ?fl9 9. fl9l9a»- €119 ' 
2 i sp — 2. Stout; robust. 
q°. 9 — SIS95 90— Party. 
[ g— <§ SI2JG9 <1QI 9Q €J© 3GQ S9C>Q%Ga 
SOT QtQ'jp $4 I ] 

■> I Q$I9 — 2. Encouragement, (aai— 69a 

qqsigg gsigq 9Q G9GQ £ qaiGQiaQ gflig 

9G©)-* J SQSQI (GW)- 3. Barakharjla 

(See). 
9«9Q-3°. 9-V ' aqWaiOl— 1 -' Powerful, 
Balakara > \ GS>G91S£j— 2. Full of force. * I Qt9l 
(WQ^Ml) <?»^" 3 - Invigorating; strength. 

ening. 

QO ©6,91— G9. §— * I 9IQ9l'b 9Q9I> a^QGQQa 
Balakariba GQ9I-1. To give strength; to 
*W flWfl 35t^!T strengthen. 

(saai — Sa^jii wq» qg§ i> 
■^»w* / t G9ta§ 9^%9i 9S^% as<aiQ gaio 

g gHMJ Q9l£J9%Ga 9G&I 9Q9I — 2. To depend 
upon a thing or person as one's support 

or prop, 

(oat— gsi $>9$*ast$ qoiq9I qiq % gsi 

* I G©l§ fl9l« 9Q9I— 3 To exhibit one's 

strength. 

qqq|_CQ. W . (a. 9$0)— t I 9991; SG^ISfflQQS; 
Balaka ^%2I^I— I. Excessive; redundantj 
^fof^s superfluous^ in excess of requirement. 

sqrc $ ^»°l aa ° cqS qq S^QIQ I 

^tcfeWSt JigG^jIMWSty — 2 « Remaining over 
3^C ' after usej surplus, 

gq. 9.— 1 1 aeqiewi©^ a^ «§ 4 Q wirf— 

l. Kedundant things surplusage; a thing 

remaining over^ being in excess of one's 

requirements. 5 I Q$aQI; SS£}ICM39H— 

2. Redundance; excess. 

.«»l— G9. W. ¥—18. Q*)~ ^ I 6W'3 *1 — 

. BalakS 1. Idiotic. 

(9GKB-*1) 9 I ©Wia-r2 - ' Foolish. 


q«9iqq— ■*. 9<a.— (9Q-|-$ aiq^-Q<|. ro)— a»i- 
Balakaraka giq GQ9GQ GQIQ §«— Strength;. 
(99© q— aoiqfl) " invigorating. 

Q»9Q|— GQ. 3.*-» e I 99991; QQIQQIj 9$9§)9|i 
Balakiba g©^9©|©Q(jj 991% 6J9 4 Q G99I — 
^ttfl 1. To remain over after the requirements 

33retftT are met; to be more than enough, 

-» I (*. M «%j 9© ai%) ci«4 ©Q9!; ©§9i— 

2, To talk. 

Balaku But. 

QQfl— ff. 9«. (9Q— «$+g3 ai^+ak G99I+9<S. 
Balaksha a) — a9fi; qg; G^©9^^Sll — 
(90fta — a©H%a) White , 

e. 9, — G^©9^ — ^ n i fce colour. 
QOQQQ— 9. '9. — <©3«A 9aS+«Q = ©SJtfl) 09— 
Balakehakara The moon. 

90s *q 90S 4^99 si® ea 1 

QQQ qq— «r. 9. (o^D— v i qg aigo qa a ^ ©® 
Balaksha paksha ag — The bright fortnight of 
the lunar month # j \ aQI G©^l — 

2. White vring 
QfiQ^ — G9. 9.— ^MIptGQ QQQIfJQ GagJ 9°€IGQ 
Balagandi Qa %61| 3G5J_ G99I QCQ S^G« Qaqift 
a-gQt 3I<1 — Name of a place in the grand 
road of Puri where the cars of the S 
Idols are stopped for the first time after 
they are dragged; name of the first hal- 
ting place of the Puri cars. 

Q»g^CD— €9. 9.— (93CI§GQ Sg9)— <1S SQIQ QQ\%\ 
Balagandia %Q| .6 €H©1 — A coarse cloth. 

[g— 9OT M1Q 9Q€l«r ©*tGQ Q9I 9§)9IGO 
€J5 %?H ^L^Gft I] 

^Q QQ» — a 9. — tfl. a. GQ$ 9Q»©o Q€p)- -aa^jR 
Bala garba Qft g9| £9% Q9QIQ — Pride of 
(9O90— «9i%a) strength . 

Q«G!§0~<?. 9«. q .— ae^l 9ft CSlC W — 

Balagrabita Proud of one's strength* 

(9099— a©i%a) 

QQq— 91. 9«— (ff. 9%4>— 9%JL (W) " 
Baiagu Bal-gu (See) 


QO© 


( **•< ) 


9QQ3 


vwq ©$s» *|g cia cs§ ^rsq o&tfpCQ t 

Q<»©— s. s>. (qg— a§+eo ai^-HwjL a)— 

i^alaja e I Qg^Q Q© — l« A heap of grains. 

9 I OT — 2. Corn. * I ®g Q flei 3 919391— 

3. The marrow of the bone, v | Qggj. qs^ 

4. Cultivated plot of land. ■+ | q$ — 

5. Battle. 9 I qG}<J|£ — 6- City gate. 

5> I $IQ (g. a) 7. Door, 

9001—*. 9. il— e 1 ^Qq) 31— 

Balaja 1, A beautiful woman, 

J I M 0*55 — 2 - A kind of jasmine. *» | Qgj^ 
(«. a.)— 3. R°P e . v 1 qgq— (g. 3.)— 

4. The earth 

G<M— gi6Q--(fliM9) 9 — TO^L Q 'S GWI aiQ 

Balana G3M fllQ £(91 GQS WIQ2I— A small 

channel for irrigating fields* 

©ffi$|(Ql)— W. 9. (*- ^»^S*) — Q^Tl G9IQSJ9I Wl^ 

Balana(n5) <a§<! q^9IO<jfiq 9Q gg© Q$Q9I 3QIQ 

(QQ$I — ao^a)* OOl — A roll or skein of carded 

\£C*lta Ctt$ <fa cotton from which thread is spun. 

QQ0(€>)9IQ (GtSfllQ)— 91. 9. { e. 9&I$IQ )— 9QI§IQ 

Balat(ta)kara (etd Q«hi9 (GQ«l) — Ba^atkara etc 

(See) 

Q'QQ— 3. 9^1- q° (9Q-p9l ai$+9$ «)— G9 9» £)Q|Q 

Balada QGQj SI^QIQI — Giving strength or 

(9QQI — 3,1) vigoar ; invigarating. 

3. 9— V I AR9Q 0151 (Usa — 1. Name of a 

rare drug, j | GWUcT — 2, Sacrificial fire 

C9. «». ( *. 9G)l9Q <: ) — V I 9ftl9Q; «*C99Q 

^W; *l* 9Q3IQ %9I, ^€9I& 6 q£* 9WI9 QIS^Q 

*^%T-, ^ ^ae^ieil $3—1. Bullockj oz^ 

castrated ox. 

VOQftW, ft! G%1Q|4 §£ — OQ I 

[g— q_oi qqq^ Qi£@ 6 991 9Q9q[ 991 

GQlCWM; 9QGQ QaQI 9Q9QIQGSB 9Q9, gCI^GQ 
QQ9I OQQq,ga§lS8 9QQ, G3IQ($) G9I§9I 9QQQ_ 

eaiQ(f>)«» sw 6 <Kii tlfifcl 9»Q^ g«ii 9G9 
9SQ ©qan, SSQ^Q §^Q q?sgq a* GS99 G9IQ 

Q 39! 9Q9ST WhGQ QS1I3N I ] 

> I QaQ Qft ©9^31 GQO — 2. A stupid 
person. • I QQQ9Q 9$S>q@l<l fllQ^QI 


6QQ — 3. A greedy or voracious person. 

^ I CflIM G0I9 9Q9 QQGQ Q9I G99I GPI^Q- 

SQSo Q%IP— 4. A heap of cloth equal to 

a full load on a pack-bullook, 

( S32II— ©QGQQ 31^ filWGG ^»»G9 ©MW # 
alsJ^Ql fi)Q G9IQ ^l^g I ) 

* I SjS&tfiQ ga« g^— 5. The first son of 

the Sun-god^ 

aaqo gas qos ffoo 

* I *o GsaiQtl asfasQ Gfl^i— 6 - SO pairs^ 

. of plaited tobacco leaves^ 

€9- 9«. (QMla )— t I Cat; «1°QQI — 1. 
Greedy; voracious. 9 \ •Wfoq i n — 2. Idle> 
lazy; requiring constant goading to 
work. • 1 ©^§^1 — 3. Foolish; stupid. 

glGO. ( GflWgQ ) ^> — G2JI§isi qqq— Pack- 

bullook. 

Balaaa gardi CHtiPttf? G99J CII9— Bullock-cart. 

%<ri4| T ^ [ 9 — QQOCll^ QGOQ SQIQi 3211 — <1Q 
QQOT, S(Q 9QQS8, ©It, €^5 ©I RQ5 «ll^ * 
6<Hlfi» CII9 I QIOQ 9GPl^ q§ GQGGS C1I? («81ff 

GQ£l<f 9ftQ tl^lSJ I ] 

QQQGtl^a— G9^ 90. ( «IO )— ©ft^a — 

Balada gandia ctft^W Foolish; stupid. 

«>ffi)Q OI3(q)©l— G^- 9— 9OT S»^q (9«9 9Q g|Q 9^ 

Balada bapa(pu)r^a ^IQQ^i^O^ gG^IMW) — 

^TW «5S1, CtlCT5W(^t) The poor bullock ( used 

%H44<I in pity), 

eQs seal ^cr ?a£Q G9cr GQ£«i §»§©— 

QQQI -«. 9- *1 — WW«I— A medicinal plant; 

BaladS Physalis Flexuosa. 

©»©2fl— «- W — ^ ' 9QQ aQ aQ ^ a — ! * Idle like a 
Baladia bullock. * \ 909 8Q G^— 2 - Greedy 
?5u%1, WWT like a bullook. m \ 9Q9 Q€fc 

%5TfJ|iOT, «tt^T ©G«Pia-3, Stupid like an ox. 


4AWI §siiq 


( **** ) 


QSQQ9 


69. S— G2ll§)9Q9Q S*h3 5 GSI^Cjl — The 
master of paok-bullocks; one who carries 
on trade by getting commodities carried 

on pack-bullocks. 

^O^S8 §3iQ-69. 9 (€lgjO ) — < I aSos GSWCfll? 

Baladia hisSba gq^ Q £f Q€) Gaja pe g (€| aQ 

1. (arithmetic) A rough and ready way of 
reckoning; practice. j \ ojoq|Q — 2. 

Mental arithmetic. 

<£>«6QQ— q°. $ ( <?Q=9QQItt+G99=G96>©l )— 

Baladeba 1 \ qqq^ 9©|ga$ ^ 9 q G ^ fl|p ^ Q 

& Gq§«1$P q$ — 1. Elder steplbrother of 

Srikxuahpa. 

[ 9— <3 <?iwiQ% gn^ior qco GQiqp 

(^iw)sq gs« 6 qgq ©is? gecr vaq<$ si^gq i 

<i 99 gjog ^gq 6 WW Q^qcQ 1 < q^gq 

6<ate} 3[6^ I <9IQr a% ©a 4 oqa 33 | <9f9 

Q2JQ 99QIGQ OJO €Q ^Q I ctfqSte <j© qSKJ 

a<$QIGQ 6« G9IQ Qttqq ©[^ ©90 QQgs*— 

@. 9 ] 5 1 9QO — 2. Wind, 

<>Q6Q© SGI — G9. 9— «!$l QjfllCQ MW9* ©Q 

Baladeba puja QaQQSQ QqgQ| epi—The full 

moon of the month of Srabana. 

[ o-<wq gifl g|$6Q GSIIf<J Q9V G9Q1 sqgiQ 

ogre <?gcww a©i 9< 6 gqi? 4 33 q 9(?q! 

(SlQQ H l9)mt «3 63 GQ^QSIg) 1 ] 
<QfiGQG Qa— 69. 9. ( Olfl )— Q^ ( $<$<$ ) 

Bajadeba ratha Kabkurjya ( See \ 

.QO 6QQI-G9. §— V I wqiq^ QQ9I— 1. *To gi V e 
Bala deba strength j \ G9»^N9|— 2. To in- 
(Sri? flpe*1 fuse vigour; to encourage. • | qWK| 
513 ^ QQ9t-3. To render help 

Baladwit t««. %9 )_ 9ft g|q5? ^qqq^ ^ 
(9G>§9, 9Q ©^9», 9B QOiag— ao^g) I n dra" 

S>fii>Q— 69. 9— €109; «©^— Build. 
Balana 

*•. s. (siiio GOiigg)— 99091^ fqorao 

0»Q; 90M (8. <3)— (astronomy) Aberra- 
tion! of a planet or star. 


Bala nasa Bala hani ( See } 

Balanta 9Q9lff— Strong. 

QQ QQ— si. «». (^j| ©©. 9Q+0Q — SpJ— qq_ 
Bala para N ^IndraT 

Oft fl«|— G9. Q«). 4 (^. 9« + 9G9€>)— 
Bala pasS e I 69 ©9QQ§ gG9a 96Q — 
(WO aai— aOHqp) 1. Entering a place for. 

(w aal, 9GQ aal— ^J«io) fern «t®i doiy. 

2. Going to a place uninvited, 

flto »C9iej^vQoal-Qai 
9Q QI^Q — 9, ^ — $Q qja (@. a)— 

Bala pSndura The Kunda plant. 

6>q q§9— d. 9—qa (g. a) — 

Bala puchchhaka Crow 

9<a qw-y. 9— 6qg 918 (8. a)— 

Bala prushthaka Labeo Rohita (fish) 
Qfi oq»0— », ^. W— G©IQ QQ 5 WI©Q«GQ — 
Ba]a ptirbaka Forcibly; by force. 

Balaprasa QoqgQ- fl |oi.^ cq«rf|^Mother of 

Bala prayoga Use of force 

QQ9Q— q». m- (90+aeaa'GQ M ,J. ^ , 
Balabat a^sil-l. Strong. ^ /w ^J 
2 Effectual «i I «I|qqq_3. Valid 
V. «. 9^1-a©Q^; ao^^VarV; very 

y much* 

Balabat o phajabat ET090) — SIoqq <J (?|jf, 9(( ^_ 
^t^ft ^P»IT Valid aiid effectual; of full force 
( aal— <i *s?i aQeaia © S99 , g^ ^ ^ 

09«? OfliS? QOOO v 6 ERS9© €)§9 | ] 

©a©S)Q— g°. 9«i. (ooQo+aQaaica sq)— 

Balabattara <. | ao^i OOfflO-l. Very strong. 

> I SQ 0*9 «WQ C9S 99a-2. Stronger. * 

«BQ§a — a». ^gi. (9»9a v -fa©a^ica ea)— 

Balabattama t | « 9 SWIff-1. Very strong. 

> I aCOSt* aaiW 69fiT <?§31-2. Strongest. 


'9»9$| 


( **tl ) 


9»$$ 


"*>9Q§!— g°, 9 (9390,4-59. on— • i aoaq 9», 

Bajabatta qjaai 91 Q^ — 1 . Very great power. 
5 I agsigij €!g99«S©l — 2. The state of 
being strongj potency^ validity. 
*QQ9$— 9|. §J^]— (q°. 9«9^Q) — 9»9^Q (G93) 

Ba]abatra Bajabattara (See). 

-$ft©9(9l)— C9, W"(*\ 9»9® Q9Q t9\ 9§9©9, 

bajabanta(nta) 9G>9$8) — 1 I 9091ft; 9§3 — 

(9ft9$|— %|) 1. Strong^ might. 

SI^Nt^ 9QC$ QIQC1SQ file CW$I— Sl« Q> 99TO© cs? t 

^ I <3#£>!«1— 2, Powerful. 

<5>ft Qq«l— 69* 9 (3°. 9S1-9SJ8)— V I G99GQ SW 
Bala bayasa Q& 6 q<?l 9£J3 — I. Strength and 

■^Ri«pr youth, 5 I G9fa§ Q|£h Q&9I QIQ QEiqg 
ycd^W qq <§ 9^51-2. Enough strength and age 

for accomplishing an act* 

•■M^*©— q°- 9$-($aa9 MjJQfl) — Q!9i 9£> 9©N— 

Bala barddhaka Increasing strength; strength- 
ening; invigorating. 

^QQ©'© — q\ 9 (£<^1 ©©) — 9»Q $$i — Increase 
Balabarddhana of strength^ power or force. 

9°. M— 9§ ^©—Increasing strength o r 
vigour^ strengthening. 

^QQ QQ q^Ql— G9. $ (s°. aw)— 6qaa qq&ki 

Balabala kari ohahiSba gs^jQGQ 2IWIQ9! — To 

^9R&ro?I 5t^1 dl4»«It stare like an idiot.- 

eg 9Q 9^ 9Q q§* Qf as<i — 

srgaews; eflia ao^& I 

• QQ QMl(OI)— G9. 9 — 9<M q.QQGaS— -A wild shrub, 

Bala baiana(na) 

csroiier [ 9— <3L9 €©€j ®\<$® l <9i qg, G«i9*i 
6 ciqteiQ «JaaQ QcrfiWlOTT6© $« I ] 

QfiQQ— G9. 9$h 1° — &fc— Idiot, 

Balabala ^_ 3ig [ 9Q9£*1, 9Q9G$$ $1 ] 

-©QQSffli— €9. 9«. v— (g.g.gqr SO €llS>9G8<a)— ( a 

Balabalia term of abuse to males) — ^ \ $>fi$QQ 

■^*TOfi *ff (G9«)— 1, Balabala (See; 

> I G9 QIQi^^Q ei^QQ q9GQ QGQ— 

2. Doing acts clumsily, m \ $\qy G3$GQ 

90IQG9 9I§ 3. Babbling. 


GQ. 9—* I <Q S9IQ Qld— 1. A kind of pot- 
herb. 9 | S9 QQ 9CQS— 2. A kind of 

small shrub* 

£ 9— <®\<% ap <3|2JGQ fi^QIQG^ <3»2I qdSIK i] 
©fi^|ft_g». q^. q»-(9a+9© L ; 939© €19, Wl. ^9)"- 
Balaban ^ v | q><$n —1' Strong; mighty, j J ^$101- 
[9C19SI — 3,1] aiQl—2. Powerful* 

«*. 961 6 9tfQ 9« -aon^— Very much. 
QQ Q^fl— g°. 9-(<9ia9 990Q W$$—$Q— 
Bala bikrama Power; strength. 

(9oaq$a— aoM^Qj ®og»9^ — G9ei©^a) 
qq wua- g°. q — fp^l o©; 9o+90««g)— G»Tg«i> 

BalabinySsa ^ QQQI — Array of troops. 

Qfiwaa— 3°. 9— 2iq9qi (e. a) (gq«) * 

Balabija Atibala (See). 

Qfi) QSa» — q°* 9 — ($>l1 9©; 9ft-»GW , i+ 9i3Q== 
Balabyasana 999)-G9ffS 9^^ Qq»q 912?)- 
QCf — Defeat or rout of an army. 

©»6*9 Sil — GO. 9— «8W ©W ^jqgQ ^©^IQ ©G?© 

Balabhadra bhanja qg©© 3|@Qm^ q©| — 'Name 

of a literary Raja of Ganjam district, 

[ Q— G9 t°^5>-^*p fl^ilO 9sf% qoq 

«€igGQ I Gg Q8»Q £12191 ©9 <9 QgQgslGQ 

c ^€19©' ©Ifl9 «§ < 9(9*1 QOffl 9Q^GQ I 

©l€l^1o^«-S5@fflgi§SH QQ9I9 I ] 

Q»S4§GQ€I — G9. 9~^939IQ ^9l3® a|Q— A species 
Balabhadra bhoga of sweet scented paddy. 

QQ€*5 PS— q°. 9 (QIS)— «So 6§»Sfi GQMIQ'al— 
Balabhadra misra Name of an Oria astrologer. 
[ g_e*9« a9(96Q <1 9I£p9§ QNQ 99£TQ 
ClfilGffiaGaiQl ©lffl9Q^ QQffl 9£l?lGQ I ) 
Q©€)Q|— 3* 9 (9» + ^2+H2 )— 1 I Qfliq— I. A 
Balabhadra maiden. • | 9fflg?lfiJ ^1 — 3 - Wife of 
Balarama, v | &#% q^ ^qq^ (§)_ 
4, The Nilghau. * j picjqi^ii $®| (g. fl ) 
( G9« ) — o. TrayamanS (See). " 
Q® Q&9I— G9. $ — G97«9 QISHGQ 0»3 9» 6 a^j 
Bala bhangiba gc^lQ OQ9I— To spend one's 
W»toi energy (in doing a thing). 

G9, 9— 9fli9^ G991 — The ebbing o£ one's 
^5T ?J3HT Strength^ 

QQQQ— q°. 9 (9fl— fl^+Qg—C^- 32191 9a=- 
Balabhadra 9»9f9—9»91Q (G?IQ SfeK) +Q9« 


SQQ9G«llp1 


( W ) 


QQQq: 


1. BalarSma. f !2I9$9|C1 — 2.The great 
serpent. • | qqv. GQfcGiS— 3. Syroplocus 

Racemosa. 
v | 9<g2l q^ — £ # A strong man. + I Qta 
eilQ (S. a) — 5. The Nilghau; Boselapbus 
Tragocamelus. 9 I §|G9G9l§ aS>99Ga« 
(@. a) — 6. Name of a mountain, 
5> I «Q^ CiCja— 7. The Gayal; Bos 

Frontalis* 

9&Q$ GQltfl— €9. © (e.wog+cai^Iq)— 6§>a 9i§<3- 

Balabhadra gotri 9|9Qq «© ©SSI3I; fliglQ*- 

qvgTC A low class of Oria 

9Q93 GCll5^7 Brahmapas. 

QQqq G«i3*0 [5— <ciito sio q&q g© 

^SSJ, ^S <^IQ^Q QI9 pi Q9I9 9! 5© 9S£jG9 
q.q^oi^ s<4 1393 gal Qt| i oicq giaiQ^iog 9a 
9Q§6 0QI a l»§, <I0IG<5 gasGQ Gsffia©,^, 
WQ, wisja^ acgieo 9Gai8i$i «g i ] 

QQQQQQ — e, 9-9ftG99QT9 ©^99; 9QG99 Spl, 
Balabhadra janma a§|flflg|. 3I9S ag«1— The 
( Va^3 9©i — 2JS^€£I ) fullmoon of the month of 

Srabarja. 

QQQM0— *• 9 - (*H ai§~2DQ© 9Q9l+aQ-f q 3 q)— 
Balabhi(bhi) 99Q ( G9«1 ) — Baidabhi ( See ) 

©s&€!Q— a. 9. ( ^a qi» aiQ^ Ga G99 9QgG** ; 

£a labhid qq+qq^ aj^-i-Q^, $ g ) — q^ — Indra. 
(^QQ, 9G)9I, 9ftS|99, 9»©qjK>, 9Q9QI— aCN^B ) 
QQ^q— G. 9. ( 2^1 9©> SQ-C&W + SS— filG )— 
BalabhUmi SIQtfl; G9QIQ9I9 — A camp of soldiers; 

cantonment. 
QQflftO— OT. 9. ( *. Q* )— w'l— Spear. 
Balam(ma) ^Fl JfcoW 

ofiflio- 91. 9<a ( *. 9Q9IQQ *q» S©$ki )— 

Balamana 9Q9fft ; 99Q — Strong- 

9K1CQ C9S; SQGI9 9-9#? 9QQ— 

QQq— e. 9 ( QQ ai^»€Q«JQ 9Q9l+9$. a^ ) — 
Balaya <. I 99^33; Q$3; <3@ — 

1. Wristlet; bracelet. 

[g — 6§>«iicq ggiqq ^m *9af 6-qoqigq 
, 9l©Q ^<aa 'Q'ca* <g «99 aag°« 1 ] 

> I 91$ «QG9 99199* ill$<g>?9 spa 91 9SW — 


2. A circular ring of metal. * 1 GQIGi9l9 
91©; €9^1© — 3, A circular enclosure. 
■0 IflSJQ — 4. Circle. * | ( + qG9. «q ) 
g^i^Q.— 5, Circumscribing^ encircling. 
9 1 ( +Q$.a£J )'aO€qaec«^6. A kind 

of throat disease, 

[§—491 tr Q9IQ €ift€ig eqa% <iq aefe- 
^sq off ©a)q e ^a9ialGQ mim €© G9IQ3N 
6 491 aQQ aa G^a qg$5 <vi ^aian — g. a. 1 ] 
9 I Sl<ai— 7. A branch, r | QfGflCIOI -8. The 
zone or girdle of a married woman*. 
4 I GCH?; «GTQ ( 8. « )— 9. Pebble, 

OOqi— 91 flIW. ( a©^ ) 9— 9QSfl q^Q- QftH 
Balaya ^Q€J — Wild dog. 

9€»qiOIQ— «. ^ C 9§§1& 9«^+«QlQ )— ( Qftjj 
Balayakara QQ ) GGIIQ— Circular ( like a 
( 9QSJI90 — 3Q%£) ) bracelet ). 

Ofi^O—9. 93. (9GSJ+q$ 91 aC>lQIGa C . QQ )— 
Balayita v | 9tt^qg; 9ft^QQ§0— 1. Wearing 
a bracelet. 9 I GS!l$; 90^1^©— 2. Circu- 
lar; round. ** | G9*%9 — ^. Surrounded, 
v I ^S^tefl — 4. Curly ( Apte ). 

Q» Q@9I— G9. 9— ( 95J9Q «I^Qh 69%9» Sqsil^ 
Bala rahiba G9^ 91 Qi&GQ Olgj G9^%) a^S>9 
C^tS ^Tl,^t^C6rT? ^e^rl ^ Q§© 6991 — The decay- 
q«f M£«fl ing of strength ( owing either to old 
9Q Q§9I, 90 I age, disease or 

99991, 90 €*§£9l J ^ fatigue). 

©OQfl— ^, 9 ( 9Q+Q3 ai^=«l9l 9991+9^. a )— 
Balarama ^|^r 9© 919© qQ^ 9ae99 ; 9^9^,- 
9|QQ a^jfl 399IQ — The elder step- 
brother of 8rikrushna; the 8th incarnation 

of Bishnu* 
Qfigfl QIS — G9. 9. ( 919 ) — OG^9 6@5« 99 — 
Baiarama dasa An Oriya poet, 

[ Q— 99 Q.SLG'SlQfl GQS9I91 &G<3 9Qtfl gGQ I 

Qel^q^ S^Q -> v «fij ^L§9 QQ9I 9Q^G^ I ;^aiQ 

1ial9 91©i goiaq^GWW 9<iqGo( ^* otf — 1*»-> 
flH» ) S9 ^199 gra — «IQ«1. Q8» gigs*. 

o«Qq^-^. 9. ( $$ O©^)— Q<5— 
Balaripu Indra. 


eaaitfl 


v *n« ) 


9fti(GQ)1W 


oaaififl— «•• 9$» gf ( 9» 4- ag aacQ qiq1<^ )— 

Balasall 9Q9IQ; 9§H; 9Q<$ — Strong; mighty ^ 
(9MKTC1 — gl) 

Q-asi — giG9. ( «oa?9 ) 9— afliQ; mniaiQ — 

Balasa Granary, 

QG Q^q — Sl°. 9. ( £$1 OO ) — QfflMQ — Conservation 

Bala saffehaya or accumulation of energy, 

MKI9©— 3°. 9 (9»+£[9 ^1%— 9019 ©Q9l+9<f. 

Baiasudana sift ) — Q<§ — Indra. 

s»»6OT— w. 9. 94 ( 2iiy©Q sg^is; a°. 9^3SQ v s9q 

Ba]asebl snaft© q9l3Q 694 809I9 ) — 9^ N 0S> v 

( qq$ ) — Bals-bhik ( See ). 

«>»§©— q°. 9. (^1 o^)-^ 1 ctoi©9I% a$«il— 

Ba lasthiti 1 . C antonmen t; ca rap. j \ G90*t 
39IG99 — 2 . Array of troops «■ | G99«f- 
9IOQTQ 2i9|j§ — 3. The position of an 

army. 

$«>$>! — 3°. 9. (QO-fW ai%+©<§. 9,8$ 909© » 

Balaha t«n. C9 )— V I QQ/— 1. Indra. j | (53191 

( W9$i— toh%9 ) a^q. wia s?gq ) Gfai— 

2, Cough; catarrh; phlegm. • | Qftqq — 

Baiararna 

oqqi©— g°. 9. ( :pq1 o© )— * 1 «§«■ 901a— 

Balahani 1. Loss of strength, j \ q£q h q\q — 
( 9fflG<39, 9MSJ-' W«i%a ) 2. Loss of an army. 

Balahina 1. Weak; infirm, j | G$ft«t9fl<gft — 
( QftQ^O — 9G>s^9 ) 2. Devoid of an army. 

( Q»a©l, QQQ&QI — 41 ) 

qqi— e. 9. ( 9Q+«fl ) — v l 9i£> aa'oi q^ — l. Sida 
Bala Cordifolia. J | 9»l ©$%sq (.Wl): 
<R*( q^gr, ^IPEsT 2. Bala chatushtaya (See) 

90a fiafli 6Q« s$gq ai^si 1 o$i ew^aessw 1 
^ I q$9Qi|9G€lS — 2". An art of war. 

« 1 awwsasj ( ©I9wa gssjGQ * 9*199 

3iq«Q «9 TO 991© ©Qgsft): — 2. A kind of 
incantation. v I Si© QQtil (§■ €1) — 

4. Younger sister^ 
€9. 9. (»- 90q) — l I GQIQlGi «Mf ©€« §<&!- 
391 «IOQriQ — 1. Anklet. 

«T$6t g^W 5 1 g9£Ji ai$. $ Q SS — *• A wetal 
^•fl *f* ^ring. "* I ' $99^8— 3. Bracelet; 


bangle, v | aQQOOQ QQG) CJQ atG« QS139I 
GfSfo — 4. An iron plate surrounding the- 

knob of a cart wheel. * I 9$9I 3^1 — 
5. Act of rolling up a thing. * | ($• Q\Qy 
9i£G> 3$l©j f*s>--6. Son. 

cogoa ©a $0'9^ aqvoe 1 

9QI fllQ^I qpl — The two knobbed ends 

of the stiok with whicb the game of 

Dabala puais played^ 

9IGQ. (?9Sp) 9— 9I0GQ §91991 191 qaiQ 

QQ^ — An ornament of gold or silver for 

the wrist, 
QIG9- (SHOTS 6 9IGWQ) 9. (q». 9. 9IQ) — 
^lfii 9i«£Q ftelfiM «qa «Qi # — Thin brace- 
let worn by women. 
0IW. («IWfl) 9— 9l3— Bubo. 
Q«— gi€P. («iaQgQ) 9— 9»s^3 9iQ «jQ — 
Bala Bangle. 

QQI(G©)Q9i— GQ. §. ( «• 9a ; 9»I@IQ )— ^ I GOT^lt 
Bal5(le)iba ©|sf M QQQiq 9ia«i QQG»|. G0F«8 
WiWf% ^1 G 1 ^ 9^91% 93!glQ QQ9I — 
44^0 *i«il 1, To force a person to do a thing,. 

9 I 9QI§IQ S>Q9I$ 9S SS^ICl QQ9I; ©9^5" 
QQ9I — 2. To use force; to commit viol- 
ence; to coerce. 
( 9211— GQ3Q1 GQ§ ! 9<! G91QQ 9»|Q SIOTSJ 
91* ^^^9 ? ) 
* I 2D99IQeiai QW S9^Q9I; 9GQ« QJ9GQ 
^5^?5ff gJ^G^y 9Q9I — 3. To importune; to- 

press. 

w I ?i©>99 95Q9I — *- To cause a person to 

pass aver a place. 
■a qflcq «ioi^ sole* gq^wI © i 

G9Q «99l; 91% 9QIQ9I— 5. To see a 

departing person ofE by accompanying 

- *<RuiftMT him to a certain distance* 

( W\ — q©! qiG99 GCHAf Ql« <JCO«(^ 90(^9% 
G^IG€f 9ft !3IQ?1G« I) 


^•♦v 


J Pi-=9 ,/;r. > If ,;-, 


I m v ) 


ooi.oi8$g 


sferFTT 


0f . r , ^XOS^'i 9« ^g?|OI 91 a^Q «0Q$ 

..,-'', £991— 6. To exceed one's power or 

r^FT capacity. 

,: \ { saai — <Sip w% ^?«-flco o'oicwaa i ) 

9 I OOi giq 9Q9i ?£JI OqG)9l— 7, To cause 

another to roll or twist up, 

( 532)1— C^Qq. c 0«9 Ol^ 9Q§> 9GIQS§ I ) 

r | 2195% 91 QQ ^ Q99I — 8. To leave any 

4fft*3RT ■* remainder, 

( Q2JI— ^ 9<S €§!© SIQ G3SOQ «^» C9R Ol^ 

9OI0 OQ <3Q<4 Cff^Q aflo G l§ I ) 

„ 9 1 990IQ9I; qtal% «M0 <?^t — 9 - To oau86 

^fer 3fc?cr to exceed a limit. 

( aeii — qqWiI qqgq 9qiq oq a§ sales 3QO 
.. 69ISO ft C9SG* 63i eat QQO ffi| I ) 

t° I 3|fl!q 3QQg 91 a^O €991—10. To exceed 
.. Mftfl the limit. 

( m— q§sq aS qq qi^ saiqT <s§qqgo ai«a 

€«iaQ^9ftlQQ I ) 

« I 39QQ QQ9I — 11. To make greater; 
-q^OT to enhance^ to enlarge, 

ffcie^ <i s§ soloes I'-qs* «ff€oa«»fl i 
<.? ! ( W€lo 9ff^ ) €Ota§ 9^ SO wj% 
-^?WT OS)Ci9l 5 SDg^ 0Q9I — 12. To cause (one's 
mind) to be attracted or attached to a 

matter. 
qqi$9 G9«1 es, vgisi flics? 9^0 i gi^te qcrto i 

<>* I sua 9Q9I> sago* «KIGQ agso €991 — 
^3*TT 13, To go ahead; to overtop, iv | os- 

€©91— 14. To drive out. 

SQlQ «3IQ St$?9 Qfl3© ©GO 

qC?QCQ QGff S9 (si©) Q«. €©eQSK»«9 I 

o i GQ?<a§ u9ia% g« o§9i o9§ 95 aoio 

^?W 90IQOI — 15. To extend one's hands or 
feet in order to touch a thing. 

9$ Q g&f 6Sfi €9© 09 <7«l I OS- G9CQ9Q90I9 I 

^filO—S. 9. 1*. (9ft—S^ + 9ft ai%=*9$QSQOQ9l 
Balaka +9$. a- €3 9»S0lfl 9W ^^ 9$- 

(90101— *jj) ^9SQ ci« ogo)— «. 1 Q9, ooosl — 
1. The paddy bird; the egret, j \ (oifl) 

qci9G0i§ a^qoior qp 6 ooe GaFp (g. 

Q.)~ 2. Name of a king of ancient India. 
♦ I qmc« («- 9.)— 3, Name of a 


,. , demon, ? I'oi^Ol SJWQ ^O Ifas {^, «-)- 

4, Name of a disciple of sage Jatukarnna. 

©0101— k. o* il.— '(ooio+a)VC 1 %\ ooasfl— 1. A 

Balaka female egert. ^ I . OlqQ $J— 2 - A 
passionate or lustful woman. <n t GS9oi— 
3. A mistress; a loved woman (M. W«). 
v I QOGStil — -4. A row of egrets. * t 
q®%\ $1 — -5. An adulteress. 9 I <ogoiQ 
q^ — 6. A kind of dance. 

QQlGlii— €9. 9— [ S3I9I9€« 901 @«l 3I<3 I ] Gfill^Q 
Balaga^thi €1^* — Ankle. 

^CTT; TIT ««' C93 ^3G9 fiC€Q a© QO 1 

©»IQ^ Ql9— CO. 9— 9Q|Q^ gd^ qi§}g^ ^391 
Ba lagaathi pani q© q^ qo . g(s ^ m s|aft 

^l^^ ^«r q^q so— Water about 3 inches deep, 
«Tg#t1T5ft water deep up to a man's ankle. 

(9»|CJ«3<1 9$ — siwsqa) 

Balaguna Khandi guna ( See ) 

ooiqfh- co. 9. ( 9^a a«? )-q§ sqo qsbq qqqi 

Balaguni qq «q £ ©iq g^ ^ ^ 9 ,^_ 

A thin long hammer. 

QQig— 3- 9. ( ?i1 ooj oo+ag )--n cwia©— 

Balagra 1. Commander in chief. 5 | gqQIQ 

agqo — 2. The advance guard of 

an army, 

e. 961. qf— 0O0IO1 ( §. a. )— Strong; 

(OQIOr— «1) mighty. 

OQa 1 — go. $— «^90IQ Sgpaio o^©^ 919^ ^ 

Baladi G«lf< Wa — The river Balangi rising 

from Simulipal mountain of Mourbhanj. 

giGO- (399IO) 9 — G9Sl» 9I^Q— A kind of 

slender bamboo; Arundinacea (Kirtikar)- 

Oxylenanthera Nigrocilliatate (Haines) 

Bambusa Tulda. 

Oftl 9%^q-g°. 9— €991 « \Q%\% 9»l 5 ttQQQI, fl9|. 

Bal* chatushtaya 9QI 6 QI09OI 9|99 q^ ^ — 

* I 90I: — (3°. 901, The four kinds of medici. 

01 W, 01^100,91^11001, »al plants known as Bala* 

9l%ilflOI, . [ 9— 901 9! 9l§>OTO!Q 


9WQ0I© 


K **** ) 


©©IG©1©I9 


fl. ©C!_€>©tfl,- 8©<Ml, 

G<3IQ©©dN 
q. 9©9I©I, 46Q$1 
G9. qtf©1 


aai-©oi,»i9©i,-B©9©i d 

©IQ9QI I 

< l ©l$aa©i q© «?l 


9SjS«1 | <9I ©91© 9£© SO; S§)© 9Q QfQ Stf 0§ ; 
e§) ^a G^SSI Iff© dl©9#, ET© ai©G© STlf ©Q ©S 
€>^QI ^4 — -Sida Cordifoliaj heart-leaved 

Sida. 

-i > I GWQMa . 09i©»r, J l 9l§> tsa'oi ©isisj sa ; 
a1sq.ii, wqsi) (o© ae1©, atoeiocQ wkkbgq 

■'fteTf «fls*fl ffe*3 s§>© *$l $q gsj,)— 

^^t Sida Ehomboida, 

3. Q°H©1 4. *9G©S1 
*> I <a©9Q|) 9°. «©9©|, «> I 9|$ ««fo| Q| ©|Siq 

■»ltflf C^CBmi TO 9IOGQ fflf ©€i ■* &39I 

fl. $©«}©, 8H99Q, gw mil© — Abtylon Indicum; 

©l°W Sida Khombifolia 

„ -q. ffl9|^<* Indian mallow. 

* 1 flieiQQi ( s. ©iwoi, ©iGaqoi, ggeiG©*!©! ) 

n*TT?T» aa^RK^ CIQCI9 q^Q; GQi9«! ^Q — 

3WWSW, C*ft?TOt&n\ «lt=PrH5t Sida Spinosa. 

a. ciiccrs, ©icgaia© <] 059a 9qi aloqidij 

fliQM, 9© 6 ©l$9<§©, ai©©$ 9!^, QQOTfa 6 

floffise 1 9©sn©| ^a 6 e© geer sjiqg© 
^i€>gi9» wl9Qio| $a <S ©s> gga £9% .6 

©©IGQ!Q(Q)— G9. 9— 9©l@l© (c©«) 

Balajora(ri) Balatkara (See). 

-«©»— e. 9 (9«+^ai§+SK§. a ; ca ©ogjp© cisq 

Balata qg©) — 1 | CdJCSII©— 1. The vagina of a 

cow. / 1 <j€l— 2. A kind of pulse; mung. 

-©©I© 1 !— e. 93 (9Q+28© e i«9Sf)— 9Q9lff 5 9a9^— 
Baladhya Strong. 

(9©l©1l — 9,1) e. 9. — 9I3 (§. -a)— A kind of pulee. 

9«I0— 3IG9 (gi©9©)«9— ©9$. Q l£J G©9iai©" ©a© 

BaiSna G9l©^9i GSfc 9!©— A small canal for 

the purpose of irrigating fields. 

-©«l© ; — s. a (9©+a©.ai^«osi©©Q9i+©Q«.©0j— 

Baiat i I 9©9JP©i ©9993—1. Forcibly; 

violently. J I 901©— 2. Suddenly* 


QGlglQ— S..9 (9©lt+^ ai^+q©. a) — t I a®^9; 
Balatkara €9fc»ij €©f§g©!€li 999<?3i GS?!©^ 

(9©lQO — 9^1 ) ©©fl — 1. Oppression^ violence; 

outrage. > | qq\^ W%Q Q9l9GqaG9 

©oQjre c©T«i8 ©isfr ©qQ9i(@.^)— 

2. Coercion. * I 9QEJG£ps! — 3. Use of force. 

G9. 9—1 I 9©gG*JIG199'© ilq€3ffl ©Q9I— 

1. Rape; outraging female modesty. 

> i <ai9©% mQ ©a©iqjp© 9^j — 

2, forcible detention of a debtor as 

punishment^ 

0OI9I© ©€)©l — G9 ^ — T. I 9Q3JP9 ?fl© ©SI96qaG© 

Balatkara kariba gasi ©Q9I— 1. To ravish a 

TOtWtiW3l woman; to commit rape. $ \ q^- 

«li.«l04ii.«ll gGqi€)E5>© ©Rfl 9Q9I — 2. To 

commit outrage^ to use violence. 

©Ol^lQSjGia— 3. 9-^Q©q«P© ^Ig^rq-^Rape; forcible 

BalatkSrabhigama cohabitation with a woman. 

(9©igl$QeiTO— QQi^p) 

©OI9IQO—«. 9— 1 I S3I9I% 9»3GSPG! E W WW 

Baiatkarita e©7«l9 ©13=1 ©qaiQ 2JI<1 — 2, Made 

to do a work by coercion. 

©OI9I6Q— GQ. 5. 9«. (q°. ©ffilgl©)— 1 I 9G© 9G©5 

Balatkare Qja^ G9IQ— 1. Perforce, .9 \ g|QQS| — 

_.^?wf% srat^fer 2* Necessarily. 

*> I ©€%— 3. Certainly, v | 9©|S"©3 G©l® 
©M ©Q — 4. Forcibly; violently, 

* I ^8l£[Kj)Q9 < $© G9I©— 6. Having no 

other alternative left. 

(S321I — sf 2JGQ G©G© «^g©^I ©Q G©G© 

GO^q G©Q9^ €©G9 G©1 9© ©£j§ © qq, <]G© 

G©l© G9IGOQ QM &%>Q§i, % 9©l$!€© Efig GQI 

G€il9aQ^.©3 l) 

©OKNjjJ© — *. 9^1. Of. ( 9©|9 N +^©)— 3191 QQG© 

Bajatkruta 9©igl© ©qsai© sjg— Oppressed; 

' (9Qig9l— ^1) coerced. 

©qig©i©0— giG©. (flww) q— a^^c© q©i sj_9i© 

Baiatorjjlapa ©fit 6 9Q Q^ R^G© ©0^91 fiJjW.— 
The broad iron ring round the nave of 

a cart-wheel. 


^Jp^l 


( +**9 ) 


9QI99^ 


Qfil&H — e. 9— 998»18— Duck weed. 
BaJIdyS 

Balfidhana S3£J— -The storing or accumula- 
tion or conservation of energy, 

qGI$J9«1— 3. 9- ( 9$ ©9; 9Q+«Wfe )— €I^Q 

Baladhikya a.SSSh 91 QQQQI — Abundance or 

excess of strength. 

QQ\m — s. 9. (^1 ©9; 9» + «atia) — G9ftiao — 

Baladhyaksha Commander or general of an 

army. 

9Q© GQ9I— QIG9. ( ^G&Q ) «. ( *- 9©; SL» 8- 
Balanideb* 9S|1 G9©l ) — giqG9 9Q0I, 9?$ «9 
Qe«lS9G» 91 $Q Cg© WQ^S^QPI a|Q* 
9151 G^S S9 3§GQ GQG99*!, GQGISdl 91§ 
6 §§ft I 39 GSIIQ9I— To leave the 
offerings to the village-goddess at the 
extremity of the village during the preva- 
lence of smallpox^ cholera etc, with a 
hope that the evil spirits will be propi- 
tiated thereby. 
9«|G$— e. 9— QQqq? 9Sk|; 31$f— Srikrashna, 
Bajanuja the yoimger brother of Balarama, 

(9QI9Q©— aos^a) 

9QI©9— *. 9«a. (90+a©^ *^i qo)— i I a^qg— 

Ba lanwita 2. Mighty; powerf ul_ > | q^q^ 9QOO- 

2, Accompanied or surrounded by an army. 

QQ9 SI— G9. 9$1-SIQQ (gi€j)-Barred> bolted (door). 

Baiapita 9iQffO» 9qo*i c^iqcs g«1 ( 

gi£l— ^sqm otoi i 
9G)IQ6> — S. 9.— 9« 6 2J9Q — 

Ba labala Strength and weakness, 

G9. 9.— ^ I a^ giqeKQ aaia a^qis — 

1. Actual measure or estimate of one's 

strength. 

J 1 9ffl$ a^ — 2. Strength^ powe r . • | a$9|$. 

3^~^" Authority; mastery. 

G9. 9^1—903991; 939JQ «QQ^ aq^, 

Unbearable; excessive^ exceeding one's 

strength or capacity^ 

( 9211—91 9211 OK^ 9»I9Q G9Q<3, GSI Wfe 

Ql^q 91? ^199 ?) 

9Q|9fi) 9Q9I- 69. §- <. I 9»»glQ 9991 — 1. To use 

Balabaja karibS force, j \ qs^cf qq$\ 2. To 

Vt&K SK5TT force a person to do a thing. 


9©1©Q €|flq— €0. 9 — ^9m<5 QQQI9 ©I ©$€) G9Q — 
BaiSbala samaya Very urgent time,„ 

*M4lWRf ITS *f?r<3i«vi 
9QIQft— €9. 9— v I ©G<a a^ »$$ 9QGI§>9t a9fil— 
Balabaji 1. The state of one exceeding the- 
CSft $tC qMi.<fa r other. 5 | qq|q|q — 2. Use- 
of force or violence. • I a*G$!ai©€KH— 

3. Importunity, . 
»9Q eg co, qq gqcgqi qoiqq— 

QQIQQg,— 9\ M — 9ft G9^ S9QI<3— 

BalSbalipta Proud of one's strength. 

©QIQ6Q9— 3°. 9-9ftWi l ®9 a S9iQ Q^— 

Ba^abalepa Pride of one*s strength, 

9£!Gai*l — g°. 9— OI09M ( 99«iqyi )— 

Balfimota Indian wormwood. - 

9»iq— e. 9— 9%<a oa ( g- e. ) ( G9<a ) 

Balaya Barurja tree ( See ) 

QQIQ© — e. 9. ( 9ft OIA9 SI^QQ ^^95.^ ©Q ) — 
BalarSti qq — Indra. . 

GQ. 9~ Gaq— Owl. 

©»i€l(9)— ^. 9. ( 90=-G^4-aa ai^-afliiQ^+ai 
Balasa(sa) G3 9ft^ «IQ3I<1 91 ffia 9GQ )— 
< I ca«JGq«i— 1. Cold. 9 1 asj ^qsj- 

2. Tuberculosis, 
giG9. («9©|9) 9— aiPGQlO— Barn^ granary^ 
9ffi)l@9— «. 9. ( QQ=a^+2IQ9 ai^=CiqQ 9Q9l-f- 
Baiahaka 9( §. a ^. €g ^q gG|€ , qq CI© 9G9- 

«^l 9IQ-f 9199=©9109 §Q ) — *. I G9Q — 
1. Cloud, j 1 £1^9 — 2. Mountain* 

* I G9Qi9CaS — 3, Name of a demon, v | qg-.. 
9GQ^ — 4. A species of serpent * | q^|— 
5. Gras s-root. $> | as,9G€J§— 6. A species 

of horse. 

eai« ec»a ©s* «*v«a p9q*oic«— g&> €9G9 t aaeag 
? I dW 9619 Cfllf < GQ19IQ 919 (§. «.)— 
7. Name of one of the pair of horses drawing 
Srikrushna's chariot. r | GQf^jS© Q^QftGS^v 
8* Name of a mythological mountain; 
[ ; 9— QSrgg^ 51^GQ <9I fflfiJO^IaSQ <S flflr- 

"qg« 99GQ <9i $atflaGQ a ^S® - ft* a. 1 ■] 


QQI9TCQ$I 


( ■****■ ) 


9* 


e i s^gaQ <Q $Q ( 8- a. ) - 
9. Name of a brother of Jayadratha. 

9<Sfl9969€I»— *. W. $1 (9$<a,g)-H3l9K* G9Q C«Q 
Bajahakakesa a$ qq $$9§ — (a woman) Having 
( QQIWCQdl — 219^0 ) hair as black as cloud. 

9«te>i fliGff 990 1 gio!?. goto 1 
QOI900tf— 9. 9 (%Q9> 9QI99=*G3Q+98fl=«QQI) — 
BalSbakaballi QftO — Lightning. 

<?3 qss old c^ff $qc» 9Qi$9 «tf q^ia 1 

<a»$8. Grassy \ 

©«!§©— e. 9. (9»— •ansa's +«9&— a S>«) — 

Balahita 99l€i$ Q^— Indra. 

9<»I99 Q<§ -s. 9—q<3 qiftflS — 

Bajahita ratna Sapphire; emerald. 

96>— g-9. (9Q »$?■ 91© 9Q9I; 9a 9Q9l+9(fi.Q)— 

Bali ^ 1 cConq© 9G3Q9 q£ 6 39*19 safp— 

1. Name of a demon king who was pressed 

down to the nether regions by Bishnu in 

his third incarnation. 

L 5— 91^9199 399I9C9 0» €99^ OSiq AW 

91$ ©Qlq <i q»l^ai9iQ%e^GS* I ] 

> I ( + 9§<a. Q) CW€99^ G^9> B9IQ QQ99SI 

91 31991 — 2. Offerings to a Deitj; the 

ingredients or materials offered to a Deity. 

€QK£t 33 91$ 3& ws> 90 I 

* I GQ9QG9IQH G£ia€H— 3. An animal for 

tr-- 

sacrifice; victim. 
[9 — ai«Q 9Qaq_ <•* 9919 $&& a& 
gai — %a, aa 5 ess, a§<a, wq, a$<a, asQ, caia, 
Qjl 6 ©§iq 1 ] 
ts I QQ ; q©99; 9©g — 4. Revenue; tax, 
C Sf—$8Q Qq$ 9gQ G9§ «•« (giaiQtfQS 
<aqi°a) g9i q»W 69Qq<g Wi^ 9 9 qis,G9 9© 
€9ica aims— fc. 3 ] 

* I «l9^rQ} SiQOi — 5. Leavings of the table, 
£ I eo-£)$; GQS.G99 — 6. A daily offering of 

boiled rice to various animals (e.g. gods, 

guests, ancestors, dogs, crows, sweepers). 

9 I.990.G99G9 9211391 9§3I9* GQ3.G99 — 

*' 7. Oblations given to several beings in 

Bajswadeba. 

[' §— 8Q^ q^flQ €9©9 9qVi Q»" fi» flifl^ 

«9I *^9I qo g?. <Sl€Q.39a©ft9 €^M^ «S 

i. ■>■-,-* ■ -.- .-- -.'-VIM- ■■" ;- - W|| 


»•« qa9^9Q 919, C$19, Q9 A 9 n$q? QCQOiGQ- 
9191 <399 9I9IG9 93 9B§ I ] 
r-l 0<b 991 959 991 91931^991991 a*fl — 
8. A fixed portion (generally a quarter)- 
taken out of the offerings to a Deity and 

set apart for a secondary or dependant 

Deity r 
[ 9— Q§-9© <S>QQ €91* G9S I ] 
e 1 a%9@j SJ^CQ ,0^.0^ — 9. Animal sacrifice. 
t* I ^9Q QSfc tafctCQa — 10. ^he handle of 
a chowrie fan. tA t 9$ 999 33 ©^ 9GQ9 
O^; QOO O^ — 11. Wrinkle; skin shri- 
velled up through old age. K3 I ^9^9^ 
aCTGQ ©9a© ?« Q; q$1— 12, Folds of 
skin covered flesh appearing on the belly. 

C9 ©Off Wfl Wl-MlQl GQQ «0 

l» I aC^IGCilCI ' 999 51Q*5!QQ ^?SQ 91 09 v 
QOGQ 9I9IQ9I fll 8 9 qS9!j 49I9T9; qS»H 
9lQIQMS)Qg ai'g Sg— 13. A ball-like for- 
mation just at the mouth of the rectum 
above the anus in piles. 

[3— 2ia?g9l9j <9 39IQ 9§TO (Blind 
pilea), g§G9 fll*3 ^191 qjt ^I9Q 9I9IGQ eiKJ d 1 
a$S?9 (Bleeding piles), a^QQ fll°9 q?9l q.^1 

giQ9 ^9* qogq $« 6 sa|% «9 Qgg 9 ^< i 

9§^9 SIOIQGQ G29Q 91q (909) OQ I <^G9 
€§ 919 ^<1 Ql§3 9§ <9I $Q 9G« 6 9^^! 9<I I ] 
t.v 1 aqjQQ GGj<5il 14. Lines on the body,<^. 
^991^, QGQ^ %oqi Wk — 14* The tallest 
pillar in a thatched bouse. K9 I $jfcj,QQGtQQ 
^O— 16. The lower edge of the thatch. 
t.9 iq©99jQ€HI (§j.a)^ — 17.Rent; revenue. 
^r | G9«l (§. a.)-r-!S. Line. *e | Q^g 
(99 e fl#l)— 19 Sulphur. 5» I Cfltifl; Q°^ 
(@. a.,— 20, Bow. n I <939l€i 919^ 
(©. 9:)*— '21, A kind of musical instru- 
, ment_ ; , }> 1 QG9195 6Q^1 & a.)— 22. 
Present,. ^» I QQh Qg; «<U 39IQ (g.€l.) — 

23. Food, jv j 90% G99©« QC9€HG9 
q09J$9 SM8|9GE^S)G999 9§9 ^°« — 

24. Farts of the offerings kept apart 
- -, "ior particular Deities in a sacrifice, 

$q.,w» *$& :<?c1 caiQ C93 ^«1 ool qcQ g«2 ^SM > 


$e 


( (*V-r) 


.flflSKtqQ 


(aqqas) 96)95, '9«qfl, swwas&r 319 ©w- 

- r- 2,(a term o£ endearment) The name for oall- 
(in.l nr^ :;ing persons whose names begin with the 
]\M7"-: i' word (Bala). * | e;*9€>) (QMlei) W© 

'■■ ? -; : - :>'■) qgqshgq w» a9§ 8se« (m — a$9Q, 

* r " K " 9J2JW)— ^3* (flg u ? fl fci v ^) Offering of some- 

7 , : . thing (e. g, one's life r _ one's selfish aims) 

for some great object; sacrifice for some 

noble object. 

■ ' -sico. (gtoto)— 9.— ca§ s^oicq oiq$<al 

OQV %«§ Ol '^q %^% — ± person who 
!> is possessed by a Goddess. 

[£—«£« w aaqro ssgqq oiqgtil eag$ 
WQn (Gq99)oiGQ $q $a§, Gas 9t§, 
oi$£Ki1? ©wc« -to. 9a aiQ 5J9I oq& $9%, 

.,;■>,, EC) €3 Cifi^ ©SO : Q9lQ 9<i i caiogft a*QGQGa|> 
.. «5iQ$ 9Q Qa aw OI9IQ GISI a«L 6 9I9IOICQ 

<fl#r-fllG9. (e^9) a.— G9fQ— 

■Bali Asj styled asj called asj known as. 

v rs (Qgll— < 9§ R^fl 9Q a$iQ 9<MS i) 

<9£M3h~g9. 9. — ^ i ^ eiasj 9o<t s°s ©§ 9Gs , a — 

BaliS XcHttHl^cfl 1, A wild ferocioas dog. 

(<?«eo q%Q— -oo^a) [§— <wigq^q gQiQQ,gai* 
: ;ai% 9Q« 6 «ei 9$a \ «siigp Gfl§ a*»eQ~ Q9$ 

,7 .7, .910 G90l% 9^JGQ S$ SS>I<H«9HGQ qQ 3Q^_ 
G€U#1Q 92 3© W|9 9ISJ9 ^(QQ 9$ SiQ Q9I§} 
. \ 6 CIlQSlf) I SI$QS>aqi£G> $1 q%«3 GS3I9M QC&\< 

• ■ ■ : 9©9«a ©9S} I «ti9eacii€o 9»9<s G9iq. qoqo 
: -9Q§ i aissoasiGa aoQoaooiq* a9lQGQ 99 i 
■■■*' -<i$\QSi Qqa-Q^iea i ] 

/l («9I 9<3H£IICfc qQlq) 3a© SfcQGQ 9QI G9IQ- 

^91 G9I$ Q^§»— 2. A twisted thick rope 

-*-..-•' of Si&li creepers. 

[5— < QQ^giQ oi^a a$fo 6 ©ai a9% *«i 
■ 9$9 as eawq G9ift ai« qi§ i] 

9I99IS-— 3* A name for calling persons 
' v whose names begin with the word Bala. 

■CMM-atco. * 1 (WWfi) $. (g.wiagd)— qkA^ohm 
BaliS qia— 1. The oat fish, Pike; Cyprinns 


DenticulatuB. j \ ( ei^©!© )^©aq^Q— 
,■-■"■ 2, Wild dog. 

; BaliaibS tie^Q G9QI- — l/To exceed; to excel, 

. i . ■ %C^W ^5 -aQflff 1 Oft" 

9^q|— 2. To speak repeatedly >6r much; 

«© CfliO ASKS ^2 G»GO <?OaQ «$ «HQ I 

999^— gel© | 

10 I 9© O^Qf j a«l 909QI — 3 - To outdo; 

to surpass, 

vsaQ 9$ aa "wjjf ^ AQ^oecQ i q«. c^Q<tiaoot9 i 

v I 9Ga«a ^9G«l ©CIQ 9Q9I — 4 s . ;To insist; 

to persist; to importune. 

aSi ?OaQ 9$?l tfilC© Gffl$ I 3S?9, SQiQQQ 99 I;, 

. * I ^IffiQQ 9Q9I — 5- To show disrespectj 

to treat unlovingly, 

QQ^ffSaQ Q1Q QQ Pg" 

f I QQ9I; <1^9|— 6. To overstep; to 

avoid, 

9?i^ ^q aee C9Q otf-i ^gg 6 ©. s^iqqo. g% \ 

^>OS8Q — GQ. 9<3 (3. QOl^lO)— «. I QQl^lQj QOQ^Q— 

- BajjSra 1. Stronger, j \ $Qg. QftQ^q— 

«iO<ik 2. Strongest 

C9 (19104 9QlqtQ - R2J9Q9 30SIQ ! I 

w t 9oa — 3. Strong; mighty, 

QiS «K1 %C0 flQ|90«|Q — ^«9-9 fl$!QQO aO I 

v i 9©>QS?©j 9Q 99— 4. Greatj very 

great. 

©iS>i« cat ffoaa- 


+ I GWICjj SIOi^Q — 5. Excessive* very 

much. 
9910 eg gfliQ «oaci— oqsk?^. coqyegisw* 1 
GQ. « - W — 30%* — 

Yerj much; too much; excessively. 
(aat— 9§9» 9GQ 3G9 G9« GQ 9«aQ 

Q€»«IQ^O— G9. 9 ( e. 9al£JI9 + S(9 )— 90^ 91? — 

Baliara bhuja Strong arms. 

*<tarait G9. W— 99$ 9I?«I»1— 

* Having . strong arms^ 

[ 3— A W 'a^«GfiU»GQ 9S99IQ 9qaW l] 


*zm§%® 


X *£**■« 


9QQIG>$$?J 


*5«>«fiQ^9~TO. 3-Tfltq«.SOTatW.COT— 

'Briliarasimha A family title of some 

' ' Kshatriyas. 

fi>(fitf)9— 9,- 9' ( 9S) + giGa. 9 )— qfiQ <$©— 

Eaji(li)ka The lowest : edge of a thatch; 

the eaves. 

^6€1— giG<? ( wavi ) 21— cqigiqQ; eatf— 

'■- Balikari 'v .. Owing to; 

Q»a— to. q— sosr qcftQ 99w>q < T'«9 s$, q©,~ 

Bajinga A small kingdom xtear Kaluga. 

[ Q— glQQI ^l^QOGQ <§ Q|fl -9§&Q ^§0 

as 1 ] ' * ;. ■< 

qs>§— go. ■^-"©awk" 89991 ■ ^©asjiQ qia— 

Balingi A kind oi sh (in the Chilka). 

•'9M(9)— TO. W— t 19© WIQgQI — 1, Twisted. 
: ^Balipa^na) y \ ^ <§ q^q— 2 Round and 

strong; muscular, 

<?2« ^£9 (cq) A9GQ <3?ff 

sctq «qrfl €<js> »sa «qss— g|Ql Q^pjq I 

; ^£>9— a. m (9»«0©qq£+toi© aa € Q qq)_ 

Balita v I ^t©. 9Q%§j p9©qg— I. Wrinkled 
folded. j I QMoea— 2. Curled; 
shrivelled; rolled. m j gg|. a^aptfj 

e«i»i %©©>, ^qq G9IQ ^sjgoi— 

,3. Slackened; flabby; flaccid, ■» | qQ^ 
^S9^© ( g. €1 )— 4. Surrounded; en- 
circled. * 1 m \$Q (g t g)— 5, Covered; 

eDveloped t 

1, Finer; more beautiful. 

•> I £i© — ^. Produced; born; generated. 
$Q SQCfll gag QGqfl 9©© 9$ Q9\Q - gi©T Qg^fQy | 
^&©|— TO- 9 ( ?.W; 9§>9! )— e I <aQQ§3 9Q 5 
. Balita €!©©l; 9&I £JIQ3(9I QQ\— 

mt&S ^ 5»??Jti qsffcfT 1. Wick; rolled wick. 

? I 9Qf 910^91 9fi>l 91, ©at— 2. A roll or 
skein (of rag or cotton), w | Qg»|. ©qjq 
$9 ?© flig— 3^ Bags; shrivelled up 

rags. 

(aeii— <i %ai <a§ qqpiq qooi G9iQ€iqS d 

^TO. 9«L— 9001 9Q 9^91 fl|$— 

Slender like a wick. 


(Ml— «ia«% <^$IQ.9frG9? 9SKJJ 9?KMKjl|.,j),- 

9^1 991-^9. I9^€SJ^ ©$ Wiq. 9© 9©9li;;;9SIQ 

BaiitS kana. .QQS1N — The rags -which are to be 

rolled up into wicks. 
Q&9I «©— TO. 9*— «939IQ. 4% ^ G9I©C3 3§>r- 
r galita khardji A. kind of hard phalk cut into 

thin long slices, 

[ q— 4^iQ Qi Q\q3n QGQ l f <9L QH 6 €«IIQ 

.'--'.■ G9IQ"©wa" G9IQ2il<l; <9IQ 9119 gi£j «. Q» I 

I,. , q^«!OQ aca^iGQ ,' ^91 SI9Ja^SQ ^S(cq. GQ«§ I ] 

QQQ\ Q»9I— TO. §— 991% fijaqfiflQ. qgUQ i QQ 

BaHta baliba qsjq 9Q9I— -To, roll up rags in- 

5pf^5 *ft^ft ^gt 5^rr to a piece cf wick. 

9©9I 9Ql(efl)Q9l— 59. §— S99QI85T 9%^6Q 91 

Balita basa(sa)iba G99QIQT ^CQfli'CQ 91 ^pq|gg 

faflW<3St 9fidGQM4 'qflqCQ 3a 9Q 9f09l — 

fltft^HI To set lighted wicks saturated With 

ghee or oil before Deities or the 

holy basil plant at eve, 

£ Q— 90QI 99IQ9) EN^gQ €QG^ SflQ^llQ aq^j 

9<CatQ 91 a?^ ^flfifft qiq" TO9owq giefai ©q 
al?t^ i <?10I£3 '«q9 aqj?9 9la*G9 ©© 9»oi 
9Si€j9, G9IQ 9§G9 «q9 gc^q "aqo^H^q aacrs) 
G99IB|d ''' G99SIS5T01GQ £1391 9%8 €9IQ 

9^isai< 1] 

9ft©| Siai(GQ)Q9l— G9. 5.— <30 9| GOQIg ^QIGQ 
Balita laga(ge)iba aa^GSJIQ OQ ©191% 0QIQ9I- 
^K*rc^ crKfc To light a wick saturated with 

3^t 5RTRT (9«Oi &:«>91 — «o^q) ghee or oil. 

9G9I9-S. 9. (*<|1©©J— «. I GQ90IS5T €$GQafGQ 
Balidana gqpa-1. Animal sacrifice or offering to 
(9$yW— «Oh^i) ''* Deity; sacrifice of a victim 

> 1 G999!9 : QTO3<ira Q&<$& g9iQ Qarf- 
2. Dedication of a thing to a Deity. 

* I C99©IQ_G3G99v G99Ij C»|Q Qas»Q^ 

Q1Q — 3. Making o£ an offering. 

Q&Q1G' 9991— G9. 3.— ^ I TO9W? ^TOSICQ 9g.9a 

BalidSna karibg QQ9I—1. To sacrifice an 

^foffc^l ^^R^T (9QTO9I— 39^3) animal. 

> I tf5^699CQ ^0 6 a©€]fl$? og G99I — 
2, To make food offerings to the created 

beings and to the manes. 


9&W 


( **>• ) 


6991* 


QtffthHA. 9>~(3. 99+99^) GIOIQ— 

Bslidiga The nether region. 

90 00^ QOQ 0Q9I «Q «q« 1 

Qft> C969<a«9»1fl I 

Balidhwamsi l9.)^69 9I5I9I9Q196Q 99^919 
9Q969)— 9§ — A name of Bishnu. 

9£>9 — 3. 9<3. V.— ($©+«SllC«l Q9)— * I 90qg>- 
Balina 1 # Wrinkled; shrivelled. 

(9QQ — aQi^a) -> I 39ftq$ — 2. Having 3 folds 
(9001, 90S}— $1) of skin about the ndvel. 

• I SJ6)9j $fl — 3. Flabby^ flaccid m 
69. 9fl.— 9€?Q 4 9© — Round and strong, 
(Ml— 91$ 999 ^p C9WM3 l) 

Qft 0©9— 3. 9. ( £<l1 99j— QW!I<J9 — 

Bali nandana A demonj son of Bali. 

[9—99 q©WQ ^QGQIS W $69, ©§ 
f WQG^ €999 9ltiliqQq. SftM I ] 
9«0I— «T- 9. 41 (90+Q9 + 41- «)— 9l9«aQI; 9lfcTr- 
Balinl flQ9- 991 — A. medicinal plantj Sida 

Cordifolia. 
QOQfl — S. 9. 0? ( 99°=»90$_+99 a]$=€HS9 
Balindama 9991+9$. a ) -9^; 90a«tf— 

Bishpn 

0«5> Q9l(69)99r— 69. «— 99 699l 5 69191 89IQ9I3 

Bali paka(ke)ibS 699©l<? «9G9 Qq.90 6991 91 

#tCTQ3t a^9l5}9l — To slay an animal before 

grf§r ^*TF a Deity for sacrifice; to victimise. 

( 99 C99I— *Wq,a ) 

9S> 9§>9I— 69. §— t I (*. 90) (aq) 6999ft SfQ69 

Bali pardiba QO^SC Qffl $;Q9tj 6919! a$9l — 

^ *f5t l.To be killed or slain before a Deity as 

^jgr ^ff a victim. J \ (s. Q$Q) 99© q^q|. g^| 

G99I; €$9$^ 9§9t — 2. To be in excessj 

to exceed; to outstand; to remain over, 

■ " • I t§Q9lj SQSfl 9Q9I- -3. To outran; to 

paBB over, v | $$ 9IQ9I — 4. To increase. 

<?\ q«f 9© 098 Gfll Q$i$ — 

* I qlfll 2I9$9 9Q9I — 5. To pass beyond 
bounds; to exceed the limit, 

qoco 991 5^ coieo as^e 9©a&9iQ 9*101 — 

9 I TOi 6991 — 6 To be" unbearable* 


9- I'WlCCMftcm? 6991— 7. To preponder- 
ate, 

9Q 9$.—*. 9 — 69?<a§ 6999IQT qS9Sti5Q 9© Q^— 
Bali pasu An animal killed as a victim to a 

particular Deity.. 

90 QIQ91— 69. $f— t I ( aq.) 6999 W 21969 99 
Bali paiba g^9| Q| 9^1 69©l — 1* To be elain aS 
^f*T *tt«3l ^fer *IPir a sacrifice before a Deity, 

(aeil — at© 9loloiqi9«ilQr aa6Q *f ca» 90- ■ 

QIQ69 I) 
y I (69991) 69l«i9 aq^ 99%63 SI9699I- 
2 To get a victim slain for self (said of 

a Deity). 

(aai— 9»ioi^q«1 ^qJqoi ^69 399<a$>f 

qq$\< ^ls 99 3I«I§ I) 

9»q!l— «. 9<a. Q° (*«Ji 99)— v i 99 9i swsgiq £ 

Balipushta Q|Q9 — 1» Brought up with food> 
(999SI-%1) thrown after meals. > \ «QOl9^t— 
2. Living on the leavings of other 

people's tables. 
tf. 9—919; qa— Croflr. 
93 6QI99I— *. 9—99 6QIQQI9 Qol (§. €1) 

Bali podaki A large variety of Poi creeper. 
QQ §q- « 9— * I 6<a^ (8- a) ( 69<S )— LLodhra- 

Balipriya (See). J | q& (§• a) — 2. Crow. 
QOQtf— S. 9—^ I ^ (9* «)^ — l f Bull, j IQ99- 
Balibardda (g, a) — 2- Ox; bullock. 

9© Q£>9! — 69. 90 — flW 691© G9I§» G9IQai<— 
Bali bahka Crisp; wrinkled; shrivelled. 

( QQ9Q9^t— a9i%a ) 
9^91 -69. 9 (%. ^9 ai^)— t I OQI 3Q^ ^aq^QQ 
Baliba «rt^l 991Q9I — *. To roll up (rag etc). 
9Z3T > I €£!* 91 991^ 9!969 q$!Q 9^^ 9Q9!-- 
2. To weave cr twist fibres into a rope, 
« I (fl© 9» 99) 69?«9 Q^q S9 WQ 6991 9| 
Siogi G99I— 3.(the mind) To be bent upon 
*Jfe^1 a matter or to be attached towards a thing. 
OTIT <3 «1£fl 99CO aw^aoQ 9Q f s 

9Q^.() 9 GOQ -4 9t9Q 99 I ffQ«GSlQ. 9lOI 99919 I 

v I (5(9) SJ^QCj 6991 — 4. (the mind) To be 

anxious for. 


<?$9l 


\ * v *t ) 


999t 


3CTT 5, To roll up into a ball with the help of 

the fingers. 
93 mee gffig $ca eg sgaisq i 

? I QIQ3 Q 9I©QI — 6. "To dieobey a restric- 
tion. 

sol voq^ etea a$iQ gqqco 

c«p©GaKja oisjiq «>viqg£> i o». e^cQ^aeoig I 

9 I %S flQIj «Q$9 O^flQI — 7 . To P a8S over J 

to outrun. 




9$a a©» «o »Q «3 <3*difl ^a s^q I 


r I (* Q§«) 9TOI W9I> Wfl9r-8- To exceed; 
to be in excess. <j | 2l9U^| Q8^'i 99$l 

Qgfl^ 9«<Q9IQ QGQ QQQ §8^i S& 
^^^ ggjQj — 9 f To remain over after use. 

3ftf ( filfill— Cfll'QSCQ q#« SP <?&9 I ) 

vo | Q9«Q1> SlQQg 6991; a^OQQ €991* 9Q99I— 
agsjl 10, To exceedj to be more than. 

ev 1 9§9lj W a 'W> 9«fl9l— H. To increase, 
e-> I ©Q9I 5 9Q39I— 12. To win. 

e* i (s*q^ ^) * a ® 9I **$$'$ 6991$ 9«99i — 

^ ^6j1 13, To pass (said of a fixed time-limit). 

giffl 918 — CGP G9» 90QSS I QQQ$v SOlO |J 

t» I (9969 fl^l, 2899, 6$9 2fi9) 91© €991; 
g^Qj — 14. To grow. 

S©1 *CQ Oft «»> €9 ^l«1 ae* a^BW I ft 

309,930011301 

*1WH ^rl v* I W 991 — I 5 - To "verHowj to 

sriOTT overtop. 

o?a e© g^iq s^o ec$ «* I 

%f I MrbttW^ ««W 91 aoiGQ taQQl— 16. To 

55^1^1 outstrip; to outwalk. 

£ q_qgqi $ sjiq aqaisGi qq seer 991, 0991, 

$ejiq qaiaoi %a qg §< I ] 

q^9I— SiGQ (»i«9) $. (SL». ?• TO)— Wl«9b 

Baliba $891 — To say; to speak. 

©»^®T" *' ^ 9 ° ^ ^' * 9 ° + ^ bI ^ L ' S3 qlQ91 + Q ^' 
Balibhuk « ^ 9£>§i© W$ tfll. €9.) — 

< I qiq — \ m . Crow. ^M QQ012J— 2. Sparrow. 
BEtlibhukft Balibhuk ( See ) 


_69 ©09 VCl 9SlcefQl GOQ 9D 

Balibhuja 913?!; q^SI — 'Grow, 

Balibboja(jS) qsn (§. ^)^Crow. 
Bali bhoja Offeriogs to a Deity. 

GQ9«r GQQ COGQi?l"l 0<3QI«. QQ(?0 I 

©sflio— a°. m. q°. (9Q+TO: wi. ^9)— 
^gBaliman 9Q5>; 9«q§ — Having wrinkles^or 
* (QO^Q — $,*]) folds of skin; flabby^akinned. 

o© qja— 3°. q. (q^§1§>; 9Q=ga ©^qacQ ai9iQ) — 

Bali mukha £ | qjqq; fl|QQ — 1. Monkey. 

> I SSQ 6 €l^)OQ iccig — 2. An attendant of 
Siba. (^ + 9) oqqfr 9©q ^ cooi qq i 

Q6)Q— «1 6 . 0. q°- (QO + Q)— Gtq— Squint-eyed, 
Balira (QQq— qj) (qqqqI— KM 1 !) 

Q©a— a°. Q— Q$3 (8. a)— 

Balisa Angling rod. 

QS> G€1I€J<31 — «l . 9€L tf. (QO + C€liq+ClQ v +^)— 

Bali sobhint §fool eaiQq ( %1 ) — ( a female > 

Having wrinkled folds of skin about her 

navel. *q 9QG€iiQ9i oisiq q^iqgq i Qs. cvTOaawaiq l 

QS)^— 91. M- (^°. 90^Q «3$ SG^lCl)— QOQK^— 

Balishta Strong; mighty, 

QQ1— ff. M. < QfiWO + aOici Q.% )— 1 J 30m^ 

Balisbtha 9»9l«t-l. *V° r y strong. > \ Q<§®- 

2. Strong. w I Qft^^fl — 3. Strongest^ 

tf I 9lQ*i9fl — 4. Fit for work; hale, * | 

Q^qjjj — 5. Well developed; stout; robust, 

Q^Qiq—sj. ^ q ( Q^ai )— 9«Q10 v GQ9— Strong 

Balishthakaya body; robust physique. 

( 90$ "€^9, 9«1 W — SO^a ) 

Strong in physique^ able-bodied; < 

Ofit — ST. 9* ( W+QlJ— «a«"»» ( 8- « )-T . f ,; 

Balishnu Insulted. 

Q6>gQ — 4. Q ( *l1 «© )— Q19I9— Thenetljer world; 

Baiisadma infernal Regions. 

Baliba -. ; . «8 _ Bish$iu (who killed Bali). 


K*+9 


^i€t 


< **f* ,) 


<?GQQ;~ 


9©®IQ QQ9I-G9. V -( §<?lq «§'<{© )_9Sj©£jQ|Q 
Balihari kariba 9Q9I; GS?G©QlQ 9QQI — To sing 
^f^nrl^T ^1 praise* to extol 3 to raise exclamations 
qfSltlft 3TC3T praising a man. 

^>©$3>— s. 9tf ( 9»+§ ai%+©§. e^a)—* l-QQg^i 

Ba^ihxut £<a qq 9<— 1. Paying rent; tributary. 

J I S3 6Qt SJC^I — 2- Carrying or bringing 

presents. «• | G3 QQ 993 9G€3; QQflfl — 

3- Taking or accepting tribute or rent. 

ff. 9— q»l ( «/« .)— --V king. 

■<9G>1 — 3. 9*. 1° (9^+qgjj 909 » ^ai. *9) — 

Bali t. | QQQIQj Q^a — 1- strong. > | a*aQ- 

( QQSl-3,1 ) ^pQiSJ — 2, Stout; robust; muscular. 

9 — «. I 9QQ9; 9QTC— I Ealabhadra. j\ Q| ; 

^j — 2. Came], » I flgs— 3, Buffalo. 

* i ty^ty ssj— 4 Bull. » | «qq — 5. Hog w 

? I «€T — 6. Phlegm. 9 I %Q .( VJ*Q$ ) — 

7, A sort of jasmine, r | ^g- 9Q — 

8. A sort of pulee; Phaseolus Radiatns, 
ti I Q9 tiq <*$> ( GQ« )— 9. Bali 11 to 

16 (See). 

^G>1Q— «. Q (9@ai^— 39M 9OTH-p4-'W )— 

Balfka V I ©Sj QQ^QQ dsQ*-l, The lower end of 

a thatob; tbe eaves. } I 91§SQ ( g. a ) — 

2, A kind of reed. 
«qq1q— q*. § — 1 I 93; ©^OSfl ea—1- A centepede. 

Ballna ^ I tf3©M9GaS ( g. «. )— 

2. Name of a demon. 

-9«1§— 3. W (9«1 ««5 9ft1+Q^)— a©i$ 9©ODl— 

Balindra Very strong. 

9— qQ qqtf — A ner °. 

^»W— sr. 9 ( 9o«a§+^ ai%=<5§ eiQ9i+ 

Balibardda «<§. a, S>ois>£> )— t I 9Q9— 1. Ox 3 

a castrated bullj bullock. $ I <*$— 

2.BnU. 

«afoQ* qoi— a. 9— 9qs9q oei ( G9« ) 

Balibardda puj& Baladeba puj5 ( See ) 

<?fi1qio— *. w. 1° ( w^+aorot «*?% 9©gq% 

Bftllyan Qdlqq 39 tfll. *9 )— V I Q^tt* «i|qW- 

(QQl^gl — <l) i- Strong; mighty. j | 9Q9QQ— 

2. Stronger. • . I <s\ 9§a — 3. Very 

Strong, 

9_ Qa/flgq QQ© 9MIQ1 aq— Strong beasts 

(a, g, camel^ buffalo etc )« 


Q$0— W- S3 ( *. *09IG )— 9@9I© — Strong. 
Balua ^*Fm sfsR? 

flieQ. ( wosm © 6 aQ©fs» ) s>— ^osj q^9 — 

Wild ferocious dog, 

9%S—» €9. «— 9%9 < S90 ) 

Baluri Birur^i ( See ) 

Q^Q— 3. 9 ( 9Q4-^S aaGQ QQ )— 9^Efl. 9Q9IO — 

Balula Strong; mighty. 

96^— €9- *. W— t ! 9Qa^9i ©9Q9§ — 

Bale ^^f^ ^^^-W 1, Forcibly. 

93 $9lQ o»» a^cQ «q%-"S8^*« flsigaa* ao i 

iw^t ^ 1 wai ^oq.;.cg»iGQ> a<i" a<— 2. Out of 

^UIM^IU one's own accord; automatically; 

willingly. 

^cd<4d' 3. Certainly; as a matter of course. 

v I 9CT G9IQ — 4. Under compulsionj compal- 

eorily. 

n — {nm qgq^h w ogq qeci )— G3fe% 

CTI^f— For. 

<3>e«i— SIGQ. ( Qoqq«l) «— W»; G9GQC4— 
Bale Even, 

Q6QQ— G9. 9«—99 5 GSS — 

Bale-i Small; minute. 

(96i3— ao^l) 9 — 1 I G$$ OTQ— 1. Small 
strip or plot of fields. 3 | gg^ £@$ 

SIQIQGQ Q»l G9IQ 99I 991 G9IQ^9I Olft 
©IO — 2. Fuel cut into bits and tied into 

small bundles. 

€9- §. 9fl— Wf*8 9-if^aa 9QIQ G9Q— 

After accompanying a person to some 

distance. 
^sfl^j ttfc G9G9- 9. (p. 9Q=9Q9; qj^l^)— 
«^Ti qaFT <. I 9Qli 9%— 1. Responsibility.;) 1 

^ I 909 — 2. Danger. ~» | qq — 3. 
Obstacle, v 1 a^M; GGIIQaifi — 4. Trouble; 

confusion; dinioulty. 


'■<?»©» 


( , **j>«v ) 


1.-- 


. <QISGGW qg€lfi?:Q9aiQQ QGQ, «G$Q <?€QQ I] 

'^>G» Q€fi— CT.'' 5. 9«L (3909 €I$)~$€Q QG» 

Bale kale GGtoGS); a<3JQQ WJiq G9£? ©I G$?€ltt- 

(fi»€© QGft G$faG£> — *lGi%q) 9»Q OTQ,J©3€$fa$ 

^C*TO% *M<tC*i Qai^eQ> SI© G96J ©I 2WG9SJ 

^rf^wl^ G9 G©fel§ spsjGQ — Anyhow; by any 

means whatever; either by bodily strength 

or wilesj by means fair or foul... 

QQG&— giGQ. (9iagi) 9— ca* aia.oio— . 

Balena A small water channel. 

QGGOT— G9. W. If— 9Q0€I| ( GQ«I ) 
~ Balepasa (©GQaeil— 41) Balapasa (See) 
©6Q S3 PGMdQIQ 9€J©I — G9. $— 9Q36Q 99©9g ©I 

Bale pasi mangalabara kariba 2I©I9© G9IQ 

(qgq a9 6<ai qg©cT©i— awsqa) <jQoia§tei swi- 

To thrust one's self as the guardian of 
another's affairs; to poke one's nose into 

another's affairs. 

QQQ QQQ—GQ. $\ §Si — ?ia«l 3©$; 3QSI6© — 

Bale bale Of one's own accord^ ^without any 

^Tt*ft1 ^tt 9 !^ UHM&MW one's request, 

oe©qi— G9. 9— TOMeg^ew; 9©sa $$$— " 

Baleya Wild ferocious dog. 

fldi gqiqi cre^iS 9sosqi i gala a£sq«i I 

, Balopabisbta $£J<^ — 1. Powerful-, endowed with 

(QG&IG9©— «Qi|%0) strength. ? | QQ©Q§ §G9S 

©€fcg©| — 2. Entering into a place by force. 

©££— 3. $. (Qft aiq^—WQd ©&©!+©<§. 9)— ©©&$ 

Balka $S^© 5 StQ© SO — Bark of tree. 

■OQOft— e. ©. (Q^SLS)— ««« ( 8- «■ )— 

Balkataru Arecanut-tree. 

^S*?""^" ^ fl - a ' €€5)— GQJ©9S)Q Qg ( g. a. )— 
Balkadiuma The birch tree, 

Q^»— «T. §. ( ©Qa^=a©©<3 ©§©( + ©$, QQ) — 

balka la ?. | qqq qq. ^qq — 1. Bark. $ | cuqq 

©IQ; SQ — 2. Scale of fish. * | Q|o©©— 

3. Mace (spice), v | qaiqga ©«i©$© Q8Q 

SS* ( @. «. )-^-4. Bark of a tree used as a 

cloth, 

*Qq& 2UIQ -S. Qtf. qj* ( $ aa< ^ ««§%<3.)— ©a§ 9i§ 

Balkala dhari ^aQ ©qq 9001-4 — Wearing 

*{©$Q 2ll€tf1— 41) bark. 


Balkali . (©^QSl— 41) Wearing bark. 

9» c$sq oa§sa aQ«iO «ea i Qai&ta. egim i. 

©QI—G9- 9gJ. q B . ( ffl. Q^)— <S«li 6|3<Swii ©Gspia- 

Balka (TOl — 41) Idiotic; foolish. 

QGtl©— GO. p. (Q|fl)— Q^eqa 2iQ«o ^€)^ wt^l 

Balkan qaglafl^ SQ qQnQft — The Balkans 

. • (a group of states in Europe.) 

G»Q V (a|$)— «.— A I Q« Ciqo ©Q9!— 

Balg (root) 1. To move in a crooked line, 

9 l GQQ G9Q qWl— a.Towalkfriskingj 
to move by leaps. •» | Qg^| — 
] 3. T© speak; to talk. 

Balga Offl^Ql)j QClia— Rein. 

qqq— or. q. (Q^ v ^+q^. a©)-* i Q§ oao> Wi- 

Balgana 1. Talking much; talkativeness, 

J i 9$ €1© — 2. Crooked motion. *) | ^q 
G§!OT— 3, Eating to the fill, v j g^I^JQ 

^«1 ^€1 (S- «■) — *• Canter or trot of a 
* horse. 

Q&fllO— e. Q«. q?. (^Sg N at^+Q<|. ««©)— q^ qq 
Balgamana ^^91 —Walking in a frisking 
(9ffi)9M — 41) manner; trotting; cantering. 

QGy— «• «.— fag ai^_+Q«61. a+^,1 „'«)— 9|Gli 
BalgS GCIIOIQ SiQIfl— Rein of a horse. 

qqiuiq— «.«-i* — (Q 9aq? ®o*4«)— «Qa— 

Balgadharl (9^«€ldl— 41) -V Charioteer. 

9(^1 @QS1— G9. 9.— O «?^l+6- ^^5 ^^ SCqici; 
Balga harina 9Gr»l^ «§S!°) — ^^^IQ %Q— 
mttefift ^Sh£ V The reindeer 

<19i$r ^9GQ Qfillfl GQQ GOI^q dl§>SQ (sladge) 
<fll9^6fill© QQST ^3G€i ©»l§ l] 

BalgibS (90Q9|— «Q,^a) To speak, 

9Q0SQ qfli^o, agqco q§!9© 

Q(|©— ^. 9 (Q^^ai^L COl?'^ «IQ9GaSj+q9. 0) 
Balgita ^jg— Trotting or cantering of the 

horse. 

[ 3— GOI^iq awa ciO, mi— w»©j GafQW, 


9fi> 


(. «->* ) 


9t» 


J I qeqSlQl; OQ I €W0— 2. Frisking. 

* I 9$ 92IQ, 0^0; €I§9I— 3. Talking 
babbling, v | C!§9IG9GQ 9g9QI9Q «*00" 
4, Making motions with the hands and 

legs (while talking). 

G%- 9°. 9. (qo ais+Q$. qj— GQQ5 ssw— 
Balgu Goat. 

9^1 — %$$ G€ffl@— Decent; lovely^ beautiful; 

handsome. 

«$9— «r\ e. (9» s ai4+«4.QQ)— eoiQ;efij?i («.«>- 

Balguka Jackal.' 

QGjGOl — a°. 9 i(^+Q°+o+*L n)—K 1 woqu 

Balgulika 9gQQ| — 1. Cockroach. 

(9Q0a— a&iqp) -> I GOSg (Q. a)— 2. House-bat. 

* I GOtq (§>. a) — Cane box. 

S»G*9— g°. 9— aaoi (g. a) 

Balwaga Embelic myrobalan. 

og^q— g°. 9 — 09010 (9. a) 

Bal vvaja Mortar. 

QffiiQi— g°. 9.— ^qssiq ois— 

Balwaja A kind of grass. 

(-49IQ SJQi «P©|fl 90a§)1, [ Q— G99S3 3QGQ 49I 

9©eq GsfaiMl, oc«is ) q1qo 6 aaQ ; «9I §Q, mi 

6 w qq sgq— g. a ] 

9fifl- 51°. 9— WPWffq ©9© GQO«i9Gas— Name of 
Balwaja a demon killed by Bajarama. 

Q^(fi*J)9(Q)--9 ._9 ^ aiSL—a»lQo 9Q9I; Q§ 
Balmi(lmi)ka(ki) a|Q9l+Q$, WlQOQ^) — 

* I QQ§QTI — 1- Ant hill; mole hill. 
3 I Cai£l cqq — 2.. Dropsy; plethora. 
•> I dfiGig— 3. The goitre. •* \ gloQ q[ 
GG1I9Q — The elephantiasis. + | qg|qgi 
S6610I 9IBJte ^©—5, Sage Balmlki, the 

author of the Ramayana. 

QQ QQ Q^ OTOSQ 9$QIQ oagiiGQ QO G9IQ 

gori ai$? acs* 1 ogq egg §£?i^. 9191991^ ©ic? 

G>i9 9^9 91 Qlflje G9<3 ] 
? I QQ— 6. White ant. 
S^Qt— q°. 9 (j*|1 TO )— QQ^qfl— 
Balmikuta Ant hill. 

osii— s°. w— (99— a^+fioieai s)~ v t 9© 

Balya 9<3^GQ @©9lQQ —1- Conducing to one's 
(9M — $J) health or strength, [9 \QQQ\QQ — 


2. .Strength-bestowing; invigorating. 
* ( a§ wqo— 3. Relating to strength. 
9.—* I q$j SfcH-1. Semen, virile. $ \ sqq 
©W (W^]) — 2. A kind of sandal-wood. 
QQtl — 9°. 9- $1. (9fcvKI. a) — t I «39©l GTO 8)34 
Balya q$ 9Ca < 3 — 1- Indian mallow. ,> j g|^c<^|— 
2. Phisalis Flexuosa. * I ggiQSil qj agi^aY. 
QOI — 3. A creeper; Poedesia Foetida. 
QQ ( 81^) — 3 — <■ ' 2B8I9Q QQ91 — 1. To cover. 
Ball (root) ) I CWQO 9Q9I — 2. To move to and 
fro* • I $Qf3«l 9Q9I— 3. To preserve, 
v 1 $a<?|— 4. To watch., 

$8— S. 9 ( 9ft y ai^^SlilQ^ «?Q9I + G(|. SI )_ 
Balla \.| aftfllgl^Ga^ Q§>q$l 91 Q© 6©fl— I. A 

standard of weight 

[ 3— qp| ^ai a«?Q 6©<? QQ9IGQ <I3I « %jq 

6 G^Q^ SGGQ <J9| ^ qaiq (§©g a q aM , ^^ 

©•E^GQ <9I 9*1 ^iSlQ QSVO G9IQ ©S^ qqiq 

a§— 9. a. I ] 

> I «l9tej «^a^99 e r-2. Victuals, m \ ^^\^ 
Q|$99l — 3. Winnowing of corn, 
[ C—atfflQ 2KJQ G99I SGQ ^<a g^| gq,Q 

9Q«?9iq^aqL«^ai QQ9iqiq"qo^ ©o^aa^ 

QQ MilOQ gQ gQ ^?9 39I§)9I0^9S G9iqai4 I ] 
v I ©G^a ( §. a. ) — 4. Prohibition. * | 2K9q$| 
( 8. a* )— 3. Covering. 9 j q M q a .. 
(§. a.)-6* A kind of wild tree; Acacia. 

Q^0l-«l o . 9. ( 9« aiSL— «©iw W9l+«>^. a© + 

Ballafci ^J. «t > — e I Ml— 1* Harp. ^ ( €ag . 

«S3 9§Q QS— 2, Acacia Arabica ( tree ). 

•!$«?(©§ )—3. Percupine. 

O^q— q°. 9 ( 9S«oas 991+ a© 1319IQ, aaigQ 9 )— 

Ballaba <. I qfl-*-l. Bhima, the 2nd Pandaba. 

[ ^__« ^q% q©icj q9GQ ai«ai»i^sa ^gq i ] 

^ I GSIQ; GSllQIft— 2. Cowherd. 
* I aiOW— 3. Cook. 

Ballaba 3u'Dati(ti) A female cowherd (Apte), 

€>3€*— q°. 94. 1° (9\y|^=e«S'i90QQ91 + 9(|, «I9)- 
Ballabha gsaQfl ( q^<3 $)— Dearest beloved 
(9«q— 4}) finale V 


<PM'ai39 


( **>* ) 


■«W 


S. 9.°. — * I Q§lj a© — 1. Husband- ) \ g^Ofl 

9i^ — 2. One's dearest person. * | Q\sp< 

Q^O- ga£}1— 3. Lover; sweet heart. 

** | q$9 «A— 4. Steed; excellent horse. 

* I ewtij fllftQ (ft. a)— o. Owner. 

Ballabha palaka % A groom. 

s>$q v ai$a— AIG9. (wq) Q— Qi§a ©So os>gs>iQ 

Ballabha paiua Off «3flg SIQI &Qca4Q? S>9$G€i 

Gq$ 9<3— ^ kind of sweet jelly offered 

to Dhabaleswata Idol. 

©3$ QSQiq— €9. s— paqcjaw gQ^o c5|Q* Q gqiq 

Ballabha sampradaya ©€€)<3"A sect of Baishnabas 
^IFffl *K<2Fffa started by Ballabhacharjya. 

©egqcfa— G<?. q. ( ow- ) (QW+acisSi)— gq§g> a£ 

Ballabhacharjya q^|QQ 6 Mq g°gQI£jQ gQQQ — 
■sa^l^l Name of a Baiahnaba reformer of the 
<favl 411*4141? 16th century. 

( Q$W1— acwqq ) [ g— <j fifi$|q G3i<ag sqiqIq 
eraqciGQ Q^eiqQOGQ gqsqsq g^Q qqqqq \ 
•4W atffl© o§ G9 q#si $aGqasi gig 6 yflOQ^lGQ 
aiqQS ©99Q gG^I©ff G>l§— qjpQQQ, I 

WiQ€19 Q(G« 9ISGQ S9391 GSIf <3 Ifa^q&a- 

Q$ sw ©Stf gi^ aiQ©©«aqq a«gi©Gq*i qsa 
9Q9QI% q§ qiqq ss^fclq fl£Q9 J3IQ <3SJ 

9W««k aGQ«ial^QiQ3SMsg<?tf qg% ace* 

SKMSi OTCI QQ ^93 G9GR I <l SIIQHQ »©ICQ 

£lQ<gi «GSi— ©^ d|. v*s>9 q«i v**p— §. a. j ] 
QM— *• S>. %1. (9ftq + *X a)— 1 I gqj — 1. Beloved 
Ballabha (woman). > \ $|^|. 9q©|. aj- gg| — 
2. Wifej spouse, m | g^Q. ©©si— 3, The 

mother of Brahma. 
S. Q$. £| — g^Mi ( q,1 ) — Dearest; beloved 

< woman). 
GQ. Q— e I .Qtqqfli (GQ<a)— 1- Ballabha- 
charjya (See). J | Q^Q q*gQiq ( G<9<3 ) — 
2. Ballabha sampradaya (See). *» | 9QQ|a, 

qidlcaiaiQ g? 69?«[<yoi€q 991ft to aef© 

GWI 9^1^19 G^Si — 3. Name of an offering 

of refreshment made to a Deity in the 

morning, -» | qq GCll^lfll 6 SQI«G> CQI^Idl? 

L "Jr.. ^©$ S 1 ^ * w GGWlfllq 8©l— 4. Name of 


the younger brother of Rilpa and 

Sanatana GoswSmis, 

QWl— G9» 9. tf, (9°. 9*q) — O 9^01 — 1. Beloved 

Ballabhi woman. J I ^|— 2, Wife.. 

G>§fl— G9. «• (^V QS)— 9G&— Spear. 

Ballama ^fl g^ff 
G>9Q— q°. 9. (Q4 N ai%+aQ)— V ! ««q— 1. A sprout. 
Ballara 3 | ^g — 2. Grove. • | qq— 3. Forest. 
v 1 ^§|qo — 4. A kind of black sandal wood.. 
09. ^ — ^ 1 gg£—l. Field; a sacred place 
5 I TOO giG — 2 - Solitude, 
^a aw <pia Q^o c^wa * Q». e^co^aeaig 1 
9BQ(Q) — 9 Q . 9. (9^ ai%«agi90 «Q9l+Q(|. «Qj. 

Ballari(n) ^)— ^. | fl^g — 1- Sprputj shoot. 

5 I Wj §©SI —2. A creeper. • I G^ (§.€!)— 

3 # Fenugrick. v I QO (§. a) — 3. Acornus 

Calamus (root); sweet flag. * | <]Q qq\q 

QIQh (@- €1)—^ A. kind of musical ins- 
trument. 

oeicj qra— w* «• tew) —^ak? «^^ gc^aQ okiqa- 

Ballala bamsa agaGQ 9IQ 0%?(«»l §JQfl ^a — A 
distinguished Brahmin family now resid- 
ing in Nagpur 
G>§l(^ G9»— GQ. 9. <©IS)— 9GT G^aGGi q»^ G»q?19l 
Ballala sena Q%Q <?al^ q©l^lffQ fla^OGdl— One- 
<;slHW-* ^g5 1 cl^*i of the Sen kings of Bengal. 

qigcj flt^CQ g9^> e*ic* g« ^Gplq S'8^» G| ^3 
6 GWi^io^r fl^iGQ qftlQ geiiQ |4i WQ5JGfii 1 G^ 

4^1 aff^lGQ ^Qlftfl|G>£? g^GSl 9l@^GQ I 9GQ <39t 

^ai^«© cwi%g>ioi G9l*aq@ G9Q I < ^ q^tSl 

$q«), ->. ^GQQ (Q^IO QMI9 ^qd), *• 9IQQ)- 

(qq'aio Gg9G9f3l 9qa) *. ^cr (a^ QGr)^ 

qs^ ©Q?iG^ 6 ^iQgisiQ ©iw «gS^. s c ^«ga 

q3(^1)— ^°. 9. ( 9a v ai9+o<§, Qi $ )— «: I §««!> 
Balli(lli) qoi — 1, Creeper. J I €$«— 2. Earth* 

<5>|9— GQ-S>. (<wi)— aiofa €jgaq 9^}Q $Gas— 

Ballika Name of a trader of ancient TJtkal. 

[q — C g ggjQfl qeOQIQl 9^9 ^GR I QGG^ 
9|9GWQr S^ 9W «6R I ^ai9« Q9913 ] 


( 


<9* Q 


( ♦*->$> ) 


999 


9iiQ| — 51°. §. (91 + 9+^) — * 1 Q9l — 1- Creeper. 

BallikS J | €91Q QQI ( g. a ) — 2. The Basella 
.creeper. • | gg| (§. a) — 3. Jasmine. 
©S(tf)©— *°. 9- (91 + 09 ai§+©(|. a)— 

Balli(lli)ja flQQ (§. Q)~ Black pepper.. 

■^Ktf) ®«q— a. 9.— wq* qs— : 

Balli(lli) nijaya An arbour; shady grove. 

9&1 poq e<?ia cqoi i »«\&. esaiqo^ s. do t 
^Q^Q—e, 9* (9$ ai§+9& Q©$ RQ)— v I ae€o 

BaUu(Ua)ra ©Q. qQ9 ©9—1, Waste land, >i 

9&G9S) — 2. Grassy field, m \ qq©g_ 

3. A desert, v | aQgw— 4. Forest;. « | 

©sfo $9—5. Solitary place. # | S|[§tt— 

6. Bud. $> i g§q — 7. Sprout, r | qqqq 

q|°g— 8. Pork, e | (j«(§„ a>— 9. Grove, 

<■• I 990 SIO (§.s)— 10. Waterless place. 

i* I «qeQ qaiaiQfpi 9i°a (§. a.) — 

11. Sun-dried meat 

^f^q-a. 9. «- e i q«q; qmi$ $9 ; sja«ii*— 

Ballu(llu)ra 1. Saline soil, y \ a^^H — 2. Forest 
£>(^~*. 9. (9Q ai§=»G9%Q 9Q9| + 9G>>— €g$3Q- 
Balwaja <ac*— Mortar. 

■«Qm— tf. 9. (Q«aSL+s» + * «)— aipl 91 aaoa 

Balya qg- gitfftl ag— Embellic myrobalan 

(tree). 

^H^jMJGfc— G9GQ. 9 ( Q°. 9JJQ9 ) — <> I qlffftKa q©- 

Bal-s-bhik g©Q QQ9GS«3 — The name of a 

wwl*; WPrft political party formed in Russia; 

«RWWl*| ciu&cft Bolshevik. 

[ <? — qSqi G9fii%4§ 399I9Q Q©S§ \ ] 

C9W. W— 9£Q^ 9| 9IWI9 Q©g^«te_ 
[9^9(6*;©©— TOT%q ] Eelating to Bolshevism. 

■«fiW€Mk— G9W-- 9* (Q°) — «J«H9I9 q^lq — 
Bal-s-bhiaht Relating to Bolshevism 

wiR»4 G9G9. 9 — 9^9^91 SIS19I990Q qqq — 
fekriuftre A Bolshevist. 

^»€Jja«J0— Q§QQ. 9. (Q*)— W19MQ— Bolshevism. 
Balsbh'ism 4*]>lr«*J| <*sHHfogHf 

[Wci<a 9«[Q©^ QQ§(gs)q«— acsqa] 

QQCqalq Wiqs (fll. veo) gqqc Q Q^cqacs 6 
9Ga998 3$aGQ gait <l 99199 3ISm9I9 socialism 
9 £H99 r 9 G9GI 6 9§MG9 %?aG9 6 no* 
€9G©9 G9SG9 4g flQ 99»%Ga 9SIQ9 G9Q I 


«9 SIQffQGQ GQG09 GQ€iq q»9$ QOQQ 6 

gyo«a sq^q g<?q t <i sii^s^i^q qi© got qqcj?w 

(aqtf Q|9r9) qpq.caioi 69JQ €1©Q?1GQG9 
©191 9fi4gQ^qa aiQei 9Q © ^q i <§ ^Q^i^ifliQ^Q 

9© <g 9QQiSQ 99 GQ9 0*339 GW flaJQQ gGW 

Qg9 Qlg; G9€»^ ^©1, a«|, A9J©©, GSO es«1- 

«IK> %9 G99 i aaisiQ qlaiQtfiorQ gqqq qg§ $9, 

^flg q^, q«g tS^QIQ <S 9QGQ q«W© *^|9lO Q@95 

«a.Q 9 WGSQh *99I99«9* ©WGQ GQ?S1§ 9<9» 

M9GQ €)g9 Olg d GQQGQ a4§qi©ai© q_9 

«9 I ] 

©a(ai$)— e. 9 — 1. I QOI 0Q9I—1. To desire. 

Bas (root) ^ ( 09 ©9 QQQI — 2. To shine; to 

glamour. • | a^OIQ OQOli wq 9Q9! } 

Q^ 9991 — 3. To exercise mastery, if \ 

3ff99 G9«IQ9I — 4 To show favour. 

©€»— e. 9S. 1°. (93 ^1^+9^. a) — ^ I 931^9; n^ ; 

Basa «a|Q — 1- Under control. * | o$i|^s> — 2! 

(©€i|—^l} Subjugated; subdued. * | GG Q2II 9| 

QaCQQ flOQJGQ OG©— 3. Acting according 

to the wish or advice of # 

oobqs ecaiqoft a, olo 1 

v l qoj GfllS©— 4 * Charmed^ enchanted. 

9 — t I ( +Q9. a)9(§S — *- Mastery^ 

authority, y \ 8^919 — 2 - Control. * | 

adlOOl — 3. Subjugation, v | Qfq©|. «qqi^. 

091 — 4 Desire. * | €tg|9lQ^— 5. The 

house of a prostitute. 

Q€I # QQ— S- 9«i. 9?. ( 9€l=-aate©l + 90 ai^=Qg9l 

Basambada +©^t. » ) — ^ I G3 919^1^ 9dl^O 

(9a°99l— ^,1) 9G9 — 1. One who captivates by 

his words, j \ a^QO; 9«9^1— 2. 

Subservient; dependent, m | ^1^99. &^- 

(9Q5\Q — «0^%a) QIQi — 3. Obedient. 

[9— flOQIQ 09SaQeiQ S9I9GQ GQ«GQ "q© I 

Sta^lCJrQ 9fl°99 (9l) ( 09 G939 ) ,J GMISIKi I 

Q°q©G9 Tours obediently 9l9i9 3Q9Q<3G9 

<W\ 919§9 I ] 

m l «n§|9iQt — ^- Obedient, v | ga^Qj 
9%^«1— 4. Sweet-speaking. 
Q89— «. 9^. ¥. (90+-©)— t I 9€(l^0 — 
Basaka 1. Subservient; come under control. 
(9S9I— %1) ^ ! aaalQ— 2. Obedient. 


9Q 9Q9I 


( ***P ) 


Qfftf 


€9 93 — 9QQ|<3J — Subduing; subjugating. 

^>S QQQI — GQ. ■§ — «. I 9€l1§)9 9Q9I — 1. To sub- 

Basa kariba jugate; to bring under control. 

. (9€fl OCiQI — aff^a) 9 I qci 9Q91— 2 To 

3*fa3l enchant; to charm. • | £0(3 9PIQ9I — 

d=U*<HI 3. To tame, v { o,q Q| 9«l9Qd«gl3 qqciq 

9Q9I — ^4 To bring a person under 

control by magical means or charms. 

Q€l ^qi~e. 9. ( p$ oo^j <?a=2ia|G>«>i + §qi ) — 

Basa kriya 9€llQQ31 ( C9<3! ) — 

Basikarapa ( See ) 

5>€ia— e. 9$. q° {9«+ci9 ai^+9c§. a)--9dl§© 5 aalo- 

Basaga Subservient; obedient; brought under 
(Qacil — %1) control. 

Q€i(%)8— W. 9— t I 9W QQrl0$oq *$9 9ffy 

Basa(su)ni aQdl qci$|9l q\q§ $>m q§\QQ 

§$1991 <JQQC*IQ «Q*}|Q— 1. A hooked 

pendant for the nose. ,; j g©| gjagQ qsg 

*mft ^1 ©9« assists? a^aioro ais\ gqfl9i a^qi 

5HTH ti!9S 91 ga — 2 # Additional assessment; 
csea assessed on the money-rent or area 

of a holding. 

^€1© 9Q9I— GQ. 3— geiwg qQ^Q sqi 91 ©3q 

Basani kariba QQflltfQ Q€9l$GQg©|0|€Q 8^91 f©g 

^I^R 991Q9I — To make an additional assess- 

ofvrCTCTCT ment in proportion to the rent or 

area of a holding. 

Basatab 1. Owing to. J I G3lC; W^ft— 2. For; 
on account of; by reason of. «i | ©Q$©. 
9$0$€9 — 3. Under the influence of; 
under the control of. 

[o — 491 acw as? q£$© gqp^ ^ «ai— 

$819908$ Q!Q€l9€J0li QlsfaaQft} qa«,9ei98 ] 
-QSOlfe)— «. 9 (9a+q9. Ql)— aalooi— 

Baaata (twa) Subservience; subjugation. 

«€IOia^— 3. 9$K**jl 99$ 9991+383$)— e I QdlfO- 
Basatapanna 1. Come under control^ subjugated. 

^ I aftQO— Subservient. 

-QTO&1— «T. W- 9f-(9Q + q© al^+QQj 9€!9§ff> 

Basabarttl £fl|. <.9) — £ I 9a1$0— 4. Subject to- 

( 9a9§3<3i — $ ) subservient; obsequious, 

[ 9a9^9l($)— 9 ] 5 I aaato— 2. Obedient, 

» j aa|©— 3. Under control. 


9€iq9— St. 9«L ££—93*99 ( 69$ )— Basambada 
Basambada (93^91 — $ (See). 

9aSQ(^j) 2D9q1— G9. 4 — ei9l<a(Q oqQ\ 9§9I — 
Basare(ku) aniba To bring under control^ or 
^Cl^W 33lft 5TRT sway 

Q€ieQ(q) a^9l— G9. $ — 9qq^ £991— To come 
Basare(ku) asiba under the control of, 

«€1SQ Q§Qi— €9. * — (Wfcfl 919Q) 9Q^ C9IQ 
Basare rahiba Qg9l — To be under the control 
^C"t <TW Q!fjit $Hl of (some person), 

9€1 G99f— G9. ^-t I Ml^d £991$ SI@|Qiq €99|— 
Basa heba 1. To be subservient. 

^ I €919 S1I©9I — 2. To be tamed; to be 

domesticated. 
991— e. 9. d— (9a+<|* a) — t i 9i°4l; 9«slQiqi— 

Basa 1. A barren woman. 5 I 9$il Ql^j— 2. A 
barren cow. • | 9^9919^)1 ^l^ — 8£ One 
of the four divisions of women, w I ^)sE]0] 
4. Wife. * 1 gg«*|— 5. Daughter; bride. 
9 I STO9I$ aol — 6. One's wife's sister 
9 I 93IQ— • 7. One's husband's sister, 
r I 9§S1— 8. A female elephant, tj | Qjq. 
9, Woman, to | q|$ (@, «)— 10. Cow. 
©€li<JSI— S. 9^1. ^L° ( 9Q-T-5IQ +CIS ai^+Q^, 31 )— 
Basanuga 1 I «m^9^1 — 1. Obedient. > I «y|o — 
(99IQQI— tfl) 1- Subservient; subordinate. 
^ ^ — Qiq — Slave; servant.] 
Q€i — €9. 9ei (2. oS©— a©i)— -sps— 

Basi Empty; vacant. 

QilQ— ^. 96»— €1QH (§. €S) — 

Basika Empty; vacant. 

Basika Agallochum. ' 

9^©l(9)— ^. 9 (93^+91; ty*-K I 93 9Q9K5 Q^— 

Basita(twa) 1. The power of bringing others 

under control. J 1 §9$rS* 6 6aiQ?<$> 

9*1^9 «CiftA Sia«ig,<99?1 — 2. One of 

the 8 godly attributes of Siba and of a 

Jogasiddha person, (viz, control over 

desire). 


9OT 


( +-*fr 


9GS 


[ 2— aeif*s>i ©g« e©it v G9« i ] 

* I 9I*H9| — 3. Obligation, v | ^qgjgfl — 

4. Self control. * | a2Jl99|> 939§j©l — 

5. Subservience. $ | Cfll^O — 6. Encha- 
nting-, charming, 

9««- *• 9 — aril $g (§. a) 

^Basinl The Sami tree, 

Q?fll— ff, 9— (Qfl + QflO- tfli. W5-9SOI > (G9S) — 

^BasimS " Basita 2 (See). 

03lQ— S. 9— t I gg9 s*9«1 (§. a)— 1. Sea salt. 
Basira y \ ^ig^Q (g, a )_2. Red pepper. 
9S%— *. 9— ( W+«|q ai%+9$. 9i €9 «i 
Basish^a q©fl|©fij^ siqq ©Q^CStf— 9lfo (G9*)— 

Basishtha (See). 

Q%%— tf. 9— (9£fo = Ga 9a QGQ +a©a£}IG&. Q<%) — 

Baiiehtha §§IQT AIM W; qOG99Q 9$9$ 

(98<f —aflTQa) 99^91 $99633; QSI^i 91 3& 

93Q $&q% 91 9SqgQ— Name of a sage, 

the family priest of Ramachandra 

[q— GQQGq 9lf% %)I9%4? *l§> ^9iq 
9gb G9lQa© I 8C9 g^§OGQ QTOte G99 for- 
9%3I QQ^CJQ GQ98QIQ Q9Q i Q§ CQ98 af qftGQ 

9«l 9Q I G3^ 9 ^ * aa 5 1 WIQ WCQ l 
qG|l<PGQ 90% C!l®IQq© 9G9I99S Gafp ^9IQ Q§ 
69IQa© i aqsiSI9SG9 93% §§19 9IG>*a# ^919 
9§9 G9IQ3S I 93% 6 QOf $3? ttflGG) 8GQ 
99 €991%, QQG^QQSj^aiaG9GS4 I GS§ ai9- 
GTQGQ 9§% 9£>I9%^ qg^ q§{ acq W<$g9<3 

9SQ i 9£f%or 9iflGaQ 39fi>iGaiq! 9*i9p? { ca 
sac 1 ? eca 991 §jgq 9i<?)9 6 9s%9tq 9© C9q i 
9«u9a9? ao w^ 99% $oriQ9iq ©oiq gqgq i 

9«U9p 9IQ3IQ 9I§(^ GIQ9I8IC 99911 9GS ' 
9gf%TO 2IG99 &§1 §(£$ I ©§ 90S €}€<? MSI 
a%«r« 9IQ9 §£j9Sl g&% I 393101 WGQ ©IQT9 
nq <Q $1 f(GR | qGG9GQ eq a^»9 3^9 jj%| 
«*§ 1 9S%9Q 3©q# ^CUi | qg&ljM Q& 

oiq^or flaiq^QS% <w>a(ag$ ©gogwi^gos) I 

G9IM SQS^Q 90 , %S§©1 9fi%(? 9W09 99IQ 
9^9 i G«if <3 GOTQS 9^ (93% §91$) Wi ©W 
9©» a9 w eqe I g. €1. ] 

G9» 9 — aa(9 9»iQ^Pron)inent person. 


9^1 ^€ja9%— Seated s 

€110 ^€Q OICQ 00 Cg I Qg. G^O^OQIC t 

9€tofl-CQ. 9. (oia)— agigcj sigq^Gas ( qwl 

BasishthSsrama qg|OQ) — A hermitage in Assam. 

Wfl— ff. W. v. (9a— flalooi+as aaGQ Q^. 980, 
Basi asp. vq|. ^9^ 91919 CW^q^WI 9£? 2ial9)— 
(9lfaj— qjl) ^ | ©Qo^a — 1. One who has 

subdued his passions. J \ 9QQI^J — 2. 

Capable of bringing under control. 

* t 9S9Q1 — 3. Obedient; subservient/ 

9€f]QQ€l — 3. 9. (Qfl + a^rt&QftlGQ ©^ + 99$) — ^l 
Basikarana QQQQ 9S 9Q9I — 1. Act of bring- 
ing a person under control 5 | ©|^$ 
3iei€l99Ga , a — 2. A Tantric process of 
subduing another, m \ (+QQgi sq) qq^ 

93 9Q9I Old 9*i999 91^9 ^^19 — 
3. Esoteric magical applications to bring 
others under control; a magical charm^ 

( aai— s,l 9dl99si, ^ifll 9al©9^ qe 9atew, 

«ffl QdlQQdl, M 9al9Q^l Q0il9 I ) 

[ o— <9i 9G^i§ a*$£ji9 a^oo 1 a«^i aai- 

§«19 3 G«1I99 7 9al9961 3 6^91^9 6 9IQtil I ©^ ©GS> 
GO|^Q%9i^ SOT G99GQ 9al99^1 9^9 ]QG»* 

G»a1^©-e. 9^i. qf. ( Qa+a$o oaiG9. 9*+^o ) — 

Basikruta adlfl^Oj iai^l^L ^S^ 9q3lQ ag — 

( 9€il^9| — $J ) Overcome; subdued; brought 

under control^ rendered obedientj brought 

under one's power, 

9a1^Q— 3. 93. qj. (9a+a^o©QiG9 a^+^o) — 

Baslbhata qqq^I- 93919% a^alff — Obedient^. 

991^91 — ^l) come under control^ fallen into 

(90l§l9— 9) subjection^ 

^O - €Q. a.— (*. 9aas)— 9aoi> G9^> G3l<— 
Basu(su5) ^«(^8 4>KM!^ Owing to ^ 

^^ «€}fi§ «OSft flqifll I Qaiffla^QSeHfl I 

QflJMI — 9. 9. — C94G99 (GQ«) 

Basudia Bads wade ba (See) 

(9«LG99, 9^699, 9fl5?i— a9Tq.a) 
9G9— G9. a.— *fa 9Q98) -9^ (G9€l) 
Base asu (See) 


-TO1 


*»*<s ) 


w 


Basya $<]— 1. Easily controllable. 

(9OT — q,1) > I Gai<ai— 2. Tame. • | aggie— 

3. ObedieDt; subservient, v | ©9^5 3d]9 — 

4. Subordinate. * 1 9*39 — 5. Humble. 
S. 9.— <* I Q19> 6399 (g. Q.) — 1- Slave; 

servant. ) \ q$q Q&V3)— 

2, A subordinate. 
gi. 9 — (s. €§ai)— G9SH— Baisya. 

9J$* S€!h q$ fflO, 

9€hQ— 3- W. 1°- (9€h + 9) — aqal©— 

Basyaka (9SHQI — 3,1) Obedient. 

Q€1M QQ«|— g|. 9. — (3. C9«h4-Q9*) — G£l1 9Q*5 
i^asya karana C9fil*i9lQ9S«ig — 
(9€h Gi^l^ — aGwqfl) A caste of Baisyas. 

9€1H9I(9)— 3- 9. — (9ai+q9. 01, ty—t I aa1©©| — 
Basyata(twa) i . Dependence. 

? I 9£19^$l — 2, Subservience, 
w | efl^alW9l — 3. Obedience. 

99191 glQIQ 9€}9I^G9. 5. — 1 I Gai<3 fll©9l— 
Basyata swikara kariba 1. To become tame. 
^TrsHt^ ^Tl > I W*i9 gq$ 4IQIQ 9Q9I — 
«fa(M9T ^t^n: ^C«n 2. To acknowledge another'^ 
sway or suzerainty. * 1 aa^i^eiQQ a9 
9G9 3A961 WQ9! — 3. To surrender one's 

self to another* 

Q€H ©ftal— 91. 9— <». €§aSQ»a9)— <9 9IQ^|.99»; 

Basya bania 6ai$QlQ£fcl — A caste of druggists; 

t^»tK^H ^«m(ui* Baisya by caste. 

QQt^s* «.— (W N ai^— 990 9Q9i4-9Q(3. aa^i 
Bashat 3l9igiq G999I9 99$^ 99 1 Q9i 9I§9 
$<l)— SmICIIS© TOj G999I9T QGQSITO gj 6 
£0§9 289 G99I9 9$-A mystic exclamation 
uttered while offering flowers and obla- 
tions to Deities. 
[Q— 2i£t>Qsl3 QQ9I G9G9 U«| Q9 3GCT 6 9Q- 

<?mI3 9Q9I gqgq flakier© gscr ^@ aQ 'Ifeii^i. 

93^, 3fci9l9Ml° 9§^ qea G9IQ3I0 I ] 

QS^QIQ— s. 9. (9g$«Qiiai09 s<af$ ai^+aj— 
Bashatkara G99©JS? §GQ£liG9 2IQG9 «§© 
(WtJJfih— «9i%9) 99(9; G9I9 —Act of offer- 
ing oblations to the Gods in fire. 


9«$$©— S. WL— (9fl^+<g©)— Q«^ <% 3^>f$ 

Bashat-kxuta «cTg9 &9 — Offered unto the fire 

by pronouncing the. mantra *Bashat\ 

Q% (yj^j) — 3.-99 9991— 

Bashka (root) To move. 

Q3.q~a. 9 (9* ai$+aq)-«9 ^Q€a 9f$<a— 

Bashkaya A calf one year old (Apte). 

Q%q(3)«l(fl) — * a . 9. <l— (9* N 3l%f«§. «9+tf. Q) 
Bashkaya (yi)nl(Di) ^ | 9^ saiQ^9l Gllfifc 

999 al^ (@, a.)— 1, A cow which has 

all but gone dry. 

[ 5— < QIQ9 ^a am C!i§Q 9a aGasi qioi 6 
y 1 csicf oi^q 9^ vS aiQag — 2, A cow 

haviug a full grown calf (Apte), «*' I 9S" 

3^91 GO?— 3, A prolific cow (Apte )- 

Q%( aiq^ )— 3— 1 I 913 9Q9I— 1. To live - > I OQ 

Bas ( root ) q$ 9^91 — 2. To settle. * | gjgiQQ 

QQ9I— 3. Tocover. * | 3930 G99I— 

4, To be j to exist ( Apte ), * | ( gqq ) 

aiaff 9Q9I— 5- To pass ( time ) ( Apte ). 

i> I 9Qai£> 9Q9I — 6. To wearj to put on 

( Apte ). 
Q0 n -G9GQ.— t I (Q°) (9) Q$G> GQI9 99i39l9 gjacaiQl 
Bas 99 0*9019—1. Bus 5 i («9^), 9^ 

. ^ (9lfr— «9i%Q) ( GO« )— Bas { See ) 

9169. ( 9*1,95,9 ) 9. («T. Ml)— 99; 9^>|— Fat 
9€ieQ(G9)9— SIG9. (51^19) 9 ( «. 913 ) — 919: 
Bas-ke(ge)t 21^91^ 913 9€l9l— Habitation; resi- 
dence. 
( aai—QGO S83Q 9«|G90 <^ 9*3 €9Q2i \ ) 

©aOI— Sl€9. ( 93,99.9 ) -9 — 9§9I— 

bas-ba To sit. 

©99 9§ — QIG9. ( 9g9) 9—93199— - 

Bats-la dahi Curdled milk, 

^9 ~GQ. 9 ( ff. 931 ) — < I a^ ; ^1—1. Entrails. 
Basa [ Q — 91S G9SQ a^ 93 q^NKII ] 
sffft,^ > I 93l 5 OQ?1— 2- Fat. 

€9G9 21.— t I ( «. 93^=S1G2I^ ) <3©9— 

I. This much. J \ geei^ — 2 Enough ! 

• I 9Q99j %© §a— 3. Stop i 

1*1 TO, ^m J I 9 (Ci Bus) SI19I ^91 q^9-2. Bus- 

G9. ^ { 9891 5^*9 ajl q,a )— ( ^G5] ) 

^3G9aO 99 — Do sit. 


i»*r 


99 $0(01) 


( *d«o ) 


egg. 


QO(Ol)— 69. 9— t I <9i9$6fl 9§9I 6 0« G99I 
Basa utha(tha) .$Vj|— .1. Sitting and standing in 
^TO 3?(STJ^3T fiucceaaion. > I G9fel§ 9m§9 

©9%q9i ai^ flQi 28§Qi 9Q9I; o«goo— 

2, Constant intercourse, * | Qgg «tQQ 

T99IQ9I 6 6a 99Q9I%9 <?gj— 3. Tho 

punishment given to a person by making 

him sit down and stand up repeatedly. 

99«fl — G9. 9— 919001$ 93$l1 — 1. An ornament for 

Basani the nose. 5 | <?g©. Q|q— 2. Residence. 

9Q9 9I?— w. 9 (90*91% afl^aj e. 999^—919 

Basata bSti 9%99I 91 9l99IS3 + 9l$9l=g9 ) — 
?fa, waft « 1 gs§ qeQ qwn 939919 era 9G9; 
grer 99919 <3q — 1. Family residence. 5 I ££j& 

9G9 G9fa§ 9^ OQfliql Q9GQ 919 9C9 — 
2. Permanent habitation. « | Q[gq9— 

3. Dwelling house. 

9*©(«l)— 9. 9 (9Sai%~-9l9 9Q9l+a«|99«. 39; 

Basati(ti) *»€1 S^t -f$ ) — «. | 39915?; ©919 — 

6. 9g 1. Residence; abode, j 1 ( +qQ. aQ ) 

919 9991— 2, Act of living or residing. 

•» I (+«*. 21©) 9g; ©999—3. Village, v \ 

€£»§ QI9G9 9$GQ9 9m 9Q§— 4. A place 

resided by many people. S | £ga§)G9S — ^ 

5. Settlement; colony- £ | q$ — 6. Night, 

Q%Q 9$9I - G9. $— £ I QQ 99 ^§91; 913 9991— 

Basati kariba 1. To take up one's abode or 

^J ^(1 3SPIF residence. 5 | ©Qg|s^q9CQ 

Q§9I — 2. To take up a place as one's 

permanent place of abode; to settle 

* I GQ?«a9 gj»GQ 9$G9I9S? 9GCT 93 99 

Q§9|— 3. To colonize at a place; to settle 

at a place with other people 

93© 9QI (63)991 — 69. $— G97tfl9 HI9G9 ff90gs 

Basati basa(se)iba qi Qae?G9Q 91 9§ flaw 

?€t TOft 9991 — To open up a colony or Bettle- 

3P^t ^MT ment at a place; to establish a colony 

or a new village. 

9£l»— 9°. 9. ( 9^ai$=a9l9Q 9Q9I+9Q*. 3? ) — 

Basana ^ | 9^. s^ii — I. Cloth; clothing; 

raiment. } | 631319 — 2. Dress, m \ (-f-qjQ. 

«3 ) 819199— ;3. Covering. * I 919 — 


4 Residence. * | ( 4 9Sf. «9 ) <M999* 
9§9<3& — 5. Belt; ornament for the waist. 
9 I GWep ( 8. a. )— 6. Cassia leaf. 
9 i 919^19 — 7. Place of residence. 

9QQ ^M— 9\ 9. ( 995 999+^331 ) — fiJQI 6 
Basana bhushana SIQQIQ — Cloth and ornament. 

9 Q^_q». q ( qq ai§— 919 96191 +a*©9«. a^ ) — 

Basanta ( sa§ q$6Q gitf.CI* 9«IC9 919 99§ ) 

1 I 9SQ S3 G^ttWQ fflQQlGCJlg ^~ 

1. The spring seasoc. 

[ 9— ETIM9, G©S> 6 G99l« <ig ©Q 9119 6 

»I996Q£W^1P 6 €©pqL^ |y| 9^«8 99^^ 99SJ Q 

? 1 WW 3§9 9G^it9 G^a- alooi Gqa— 

^^ ^3V, URTTj ntd 2. Smallpox, 

[ Q— <1 G9«GQ S3G9 09 G9lQ *q 9W G99G9 
Q9Q Q0 9I9IQ3N, QGQ <9I 99 G9lQ 9©GQ 

a|G9!Q ai< <9 eQQ QG9 ^a siq goiqqi a^ato i 

091 QlOI?l9l9G9 9I9IG95 ^3^-99^)21 91 flqQti 
( 99<i9 ^1 q ^ a€l )* G^IQ€a ( G9W Qfit Gfit 
G9S ), qWQ ( qa aQIQQ ) 9€iG9l©8ft 
( 99G9IO QQ ), ««I99$ ( QQ§1 9G^lt9 G99QI9 
G9S G9IQQ1QSK1 

Q a €^ 99^Gq^!Q 9G$IS9q 9© (91 <5i») GOQ 
GQ9Qtl9l (G9fl1 il9!) G99I9IQ G9^TO 93^)Q 
919^9 ^J^^iq 991 9Q9i^G9^f W^giQ^Q, qi^ 
<1G9 99^G9€il«^ Gdl%9 9G^is9% 319 G9Q 
^191 ( 9QS519I 91 GQW*19I ) G991Q 9^1^- 

GQG9 'aloor oiqqaK 9q$G9Q9 

m%\^\ G99QI G9IQ 9AI9 9Q 9191^901 99^ 

<i9 99gGqsfl gQia 9G9 r ojqsi«1 aQoqfl^' G9isi 

99§ t 

3^G^9G9 <g 99^G9S!Q Qlfl flqq© Qf 

9I%Q9I I fl%8© €g«l <^ §^Sai^! 9^ <^9 G9£S^ 
< G^€l ^<I » «<§»i G99SS G9Q<319 gG9€l 999 Q 

Vo I t^9Q 9G9 <9I g«ia 9!<3 I <19!9 ei9giqig 

aat— i. ageia 3931 1 

9 I *WWII9gl— 9» 91 dlo G9IQ ^9 §<] | 
3<3!Q9 Qqa UM«9 09l SU<3 ^<J I <]$ pq^ 

5«j9 99§i s?9 «ea e-^yiai 54, 9igj $\q^ 
G99, a*i,§o G«3I9?^ §<l, qg 93K <39 q9 Q9 
G9!Q3!<] I a^^Gas^ gaia, ^isaa 6 fltf «y 


<?g$ 


( *•*»?. ) 


Qg^Qft^ 


« I G^iSQ S9Q1 — $j€}Q *£J 91 wtf 993GQ Sp- 
fl^OCQ <S WWQ QSQ QW$ ^ 9G9 I #GS $G9 
QIGig§ $S> G9IQ CTQ« ©ni ^^pQ a©3 9Q GffiSQIGQ 

aQs©9<i I <§ &ri*ei49e e»1q99ia6Q QQai<i i 

*S 9«> GETI$9IQ Q9|q 3°a SG9Q £3I<J I rq 
00 9CQ GfflWI CTlf GS^ A© G9l§G»f^^«Jf[ 

QQ§ I i«a 91 i*a WG€N*9lq.8 Gqai QG9> 
fll* GfflSQIQ QIGI 9 I r geji^saio qg$ | GCTItOi 
flIQg© G9!Q9GSi G09Q ©3 <9IG9£>GQ ttsj, 
G9IQ310 fllOSII© G9IQSI4 I 8I9GQ Qg$ 9i9,QGQ 

$Q£lGQ GQgi, qqq^ & 9391G& Q§ e$9i— 
spiCQ 4if 9I$GQ 91991; 9<*9iq! GOQQ ©J 

£ G9M, aqe 6 aiff} 9siq ggi9G9 ^cj as §Q9i, 
gsolaraQ gg)Q£ji aqeooi $G«r ggi9GQ * I * as 

3IQ91 6 9ISOQq 91 Q^Tfla 91 99fifaa<9 Qg 
Gg99 9Q9I Pg^GqGlQ gOG^a© G9IQ GQGTO 
99qOTQ TO I ] 

* I qQ9CflS— 3 Name of a mimical air, 
*l (+©4- a ) ^£9IQ GQGl — 4. Diarrhoea^ 
dysentery, * I 9&9GQ 9^€IQQ ©3W* 
5. The nickname of a buffoon in a 
drama. £ | ©|Q9Qa<3— 6 t A kind of 
measure in dancing or music. 9 I erQQ 
*3£ (§■ §•) — ?• A- bunch of flowers 

[9 — gala eieug a«t q«i flifl^ og$ <19 1 <9i 
9g$q$_GQ gci£S$ qei ©gq ggi^ Ws 1 ] 
Tl*r#t w w. 9 — «. 1 o^iepaft toot 9sr; ff9l 

TO?cft*4£ 9QQSI— 1. Light yellow colour, 
*PT3 ^t®ta J I S»£|l©ft; 93$ Q9Q — 2, Spring- 
^Rffe S^T breeze. * | G9QQQ Q»a]Q ;q G9IQ- 
^91 ttfqpiai 9G9S — 3. Work of art 
engraved on the plinth of a temple. 
v I ^9GOT,Q© Qaq© «I9IS^ G^Q 
9^991 <9S9»9 aioo new 801— 

4. A kind of fiat, round and thin sweet 
cake fried in ghee, offered to the 
Lingaraja Deity at Bhubaneswar. 

3t*r#t wra ^t*r^ * i er9i TO9a cjqi — 

^F?ft ^f^F SET^l 5, Light yellow cloth 

99^ a»s : eaido— qo©. egfl^ig© j 


9 1 5jfli^)90d sq e % aaaQQCM— 

6. Name of a leader of the monkey-army, 

©93 sjjtcq Q^fl iaia^ ffia.osa eaa g^cgi i 

999 SDQSi— g^. 9— q9Gff^e)9 Qaqs*^ GqciqaQj 

Basanta arisa <9g9lQ Q9Q| n$ffl Sol — 

h kind of flatj round and thin sweet 

cake offered to the Li&garaja 

Deity at Bhubaneswar. 

[S _ «W» ®PR ^9 Ql^fGQ t(|Q QQffll <SIQ QQ 

«0^ 99«1a§)G9 9SPj Q2IGQ aS <I§ §Of Qqg|< I] 

Q9$Q— *. 9(93*5 + 9)— GQHlOt^ er^ETgl! ( §. €1 ) 

Basantaka (69*31) — PbanaphanS (See) 

93$ ^ip— e. 9— 9g^QiQG9 er?9i ^aQ— 

Basanta kuauma Vernal flower. 

QQ9$gpi9Q Qg — ^. 9— 9ig«)9l99 a^CTOTig 9?9I 

Basantakusumakara rasa 91 (D^a^GS!^ 

A medicinal preparation or pill prescribed 
^ in the Ayurveda for cough. 

QQ^qg— G9. Q— OTQiq§ (G9«) 

Basantagundi Kamalagundi (See). 

««9qSq— ^^-^I^G9I^GQ 9f© GQp q^% G©J> 

Basantagundicha fliggq 5991 ^9G9*,9Q Qa3|§)|> 

asaiQI^fll Qaaip — The car festival 

held during the month of Chaitra 

at Bhubaneswar 

[Q-^9cow «oq© wia^qrQ cop qgi- 
lifllGQ <§ J3i^i ^< 1 <i aipieej Gciit^ip Qaj 

©g^GQIQ-^. 9 ( 9^9; 9g^ + G<3l<3 )— 93^9?^ 
Baaantaghosha G9I9Q; G9IQQ— The Indian 

(W^GQ^I— «©i%9) Cuckooj (the herald of 

spring)" 
Q%ty OG@Q — S9. 9—TO0^9 (C^fll) 

Basanta chaisglei Haladibasanta (See). 

0Q9©O9— sr # 9—i 1 * v 9fe g°^© asanas— 

Kg Basantatilaka 1. A Sanskrit metre of 14 letters. 

[§— <%$ ^©I9««; 2iGQra®ia qs?« aQaor^fl;. 
<?1GQ ^«, jq, ^ r^ <^a, ^q ^ t,^ a W Qf 

SM© ^% 30<( 9fifll9 QQ^l <^9 Qsae: — G§^° 9g$. 
Q«9° ©ftOIQGQlag I ] 

* I 9]I9G« — 2- A kind of flower. • I 

8i^e^G9i§ asai g^qq Si'aa^Gag— 3. A 

medicinal preparation prescribed in the 
Ayurbeda for Pthisia 


V9«j^Q 


( ***-> ) 


9ssja 


OT^^O— <3. 9 — * I (^ql OOj 933+99)— eeieo — 

Baaanta dtlta 1. The cuckoo. ) \ ( 905]^ ) 

( 99$ M— afiN%.0 ) 9IAG99; 399—2. Cupid 

personified. * | g*q ^ — 3. The fifth of 

the seven musical notes in the gamot, 

* I 213, QQ— 4. Mango tree * | cSpflig 

(@. €l) — 5. Th e month of Chaitra. 

9Q$$©Q|-S°. 9 ( £>ql 99; 9a$ + 9©ei )— 

Basantadutika ^ | G9SQ1 — 1- A female cuckoo. 

(969GCI— TOi%9) J I fl\a^9l — 2. A flowering 

creeper. • | aitfiflaQ — 3 « A flowering 

tree, w | C1?9IQ; a«92i eta— 

4. Premna Integrifolia (tree). 

99^§> — S. 9—2^03 — Mango tree. . 

Basantadru <?q§ ^9 aal toq^jcq— qs. Srcosiaecig 1 
( 9^3^— ao^a-) 

Q$$9fl1 — G9. 9 — 9»99g<^ ( €93 ) 
Basantapakshi Hajadibasanta ( See ) 

9d^9^q1 — a. 9 — AMI qgQWli «WT— The 5th day 
Basanta panchami of the bright fortnight of 

the month of Magna. 

[ 9— <199 9i£ll SjqaQI 993 C9I€* g§9 I 

ftttllG9 SQSWQ £Qfll 91 Qff9 9I9G9G dQ si© 
G9IS* §£>l«ai©J 6 WIW ^S^L g 'Q $S! *9§) 
^9 Q9IQ9 UQ9% «92l|9<^Cl3 9^§ I ] 

<5*|^ 99©— *. 9 ( 9%\ ©9j 93$+999 )— 9q$- 
Basanta pabana Q|»GQ 9SS1 93% 9§9I «tq^Q 

93$ QtiJ, 99$ 1 South wind blowing 

fl %S-^9>W J ^ during the spring; 

south breeze. 

[ ^ gfflitJQQQ QQQ ClfisQ < 800 91© W m 

aiQ^ m^>\^ <w 3§ OQ9Q WQ^iq leiSo 

G9IQ3KJ S9IQ G3G9 9^1 SQg) |] 
<M$9©-s. ©. ( $><sg1 9© )— OiflC99 3 999 (§. a)— 
Basantabandhu Cupid. 

( 93$Gaia 3 9g$g<2iLfli] -.aeiqp ) : 

<3<3$ 999-69. 9-* I Ktfai) 9093 fiJQI— 1. Yellow 
Basanta basana ' ^TO TO cftP^TOCT cloth. 

( 9Q$9ig-a9i$a ) -m < 9^9)9 j v}w& ; ?$ — 

2. Biahnu. 


oqg mcs>(*) ogfe goq eicft ooiq 

9Q$ 9(69I)§9I — G9. 9 — 9q$ 099 39l§9 G99I — 
Basanta ba(bomiba The 'blowing of the spring 
^re^ll 33Feft 3?T 33?*? -breeze. 

QQ^GO -*. 9 ( 9§9l@; W9 + OO )— G9I9Q ( g. 
Basanta brata a. ) — The Indian cuckoo, 

OQ^ftll-GQ. M. q° ( ?. 99$ 6 q« )— QI9I q<?G9 

Basantamuhan 9q9Gq9©l© 9G^I^9fl!9(J9 9l€I 

<*H<I*I 91 S9C1I9 AM— Having pock-marked or 

( 93§q<af— fl ) pook-pitted face, 

<?Q9R9© eon left 

QQ^Q - 91. 9- * I ( *. 9q&Jiq ) 9«i|q 3 ( G9d ) 
Basantara T^^nd l, BasudhSra 2 ( See ) 

«nrarat j i ( g. 9g^ 6 qeo ) eg 6 qsiqawq-q 

2. A title given to stidras. 

siGQ. ( qiq^q ) 9— aiQq9 qeiqr aiSGQ^^r 
«^h^ Gsa qei? a©,^ g^aip ^^ ttl9|Q 

Q99Q Qai^— A title given to the most 
favourite servant of the Raja of PSrikuda. 

9q$q Q@-G9. «— aaiTOiQoiq. me g« ^ g] 

Basantara gharri o^q q Q6q ^j q§ ^ g - q 
^(M Q$ — A water pot with a hole a t the 
MM«Imh bottom suspended over the top of the holy 

Basil plant. 

oe«^ gct-^ 9-#ss«?q 9g$eial9 qnpi ^ <M9t 

Basanta rasa 9GQg- The dancing festival of 
(9g$ Q9I3— G9. ^Q 8rjkiushna during the spring. 

<S»Q9l(G9)«-69. 9. ^1 — « I gi9G999l9G«<a— 

Ka&anta(Dte)i 1, Name of a popular Goddess. 
5 I alOdl G9Q1 — 2. Goddess sitaja ( presiding 

over small pox), 

99«MQWa— ^. 9 ( ^1 ©9; 99^+ aeciQ ) — qg^QQ 

Basantabatara Qg^ q^j 3Q^— The advent or 

(99^l«9 -a9s^9) setting in of spring ( Apte ). 

99$^— ». 9 ( 9g^Q^GQ <I^Q Q$) ^9I% 3 99$ + 

Basantartta ttQ)— ^qq ^jg. ej^|Q|gQ ( §> ^)_ 

Beleric myrobalan ( tree ). 

9<3§a-GQ. 9€. ( e 9lg§9 )— ^ I ETQI 9»9?l QSf- 

BasantiS qg_l. Light ye i lovr . , , ^ g ^ jQ 

^81,^1^1 qq,«jlq— 2. Relating to the springy 

^•^ * vercaL 


93e$'$i9 


( -WW* ) 


«l(W)Q9P 


93GQI@9 — 3. 9- (A. a. QQ; 9Q$9IQl9 QQP )— 
Baeantotsaba t | bq& q\q qgemalQ 8Q 99 9I9G99 

9s$ qc9ifl9 7 „ . 6 9sj$q qp 993i$a9i 

I. A festival formerly observed jn honour 

of God Cupid during the spring on tb e 

sixth day of the bright lunar fortnight 

; * of Magna. > | €91391 Q^9> G9lft ( 9. 

€1.)— 2. The Holi festival ( abou tthe full 

moon of Phalguna ), 

[ ^— OJW < $39 C©$> efsiG9 aff^© €9§- 

^(3 I TO9I fflflQ QfSlGQ 2I9<|9 G9Q9g — 

Apte ]. 

93 $1—9. 9- ( 93^+QQ; Ifll. <*9. 9SKJQI9Q 3Q>1 

Basanti G9%)--G9I9Q3 G9IQ6*— Cuckoo. 

G9. 93"- 995)21 ( G93 ) — Basantia ( See ) 

921(g) 913— €9. 9. ( 51°. 939 6 9lq )— \ I QQgltfr 

Baea(eu) basa q^GQ 91$ 9Q9I— 1, Taking up 

^Rt^f permanent residence or domicile at a 

*Hil«ll« placa. 5 | $>qq>|g qqqi qq ? giq| SS9I3 

gQ— 2. One's permanent place of resi- 
dence, 

93 913 9€}9i — GQ. «— GQ?«33 HIQG9 qi£|1 q9GQ 919 
Basa basa kariba 9Q q^qj—To take up one's 
^*TCT*I ^3t abode or residence at a place. 

9$ 913 €1Q — G9. 9 — g|£p SH9I3 §Q — One's perma- 
Basa basa ghara nent place of residence. 

931— s. 9. ( 99 aj£— 39199 9Q9I+9& 3+efj 

Basa £1191% ©# M8.99 9Q2ll<l)— *.l $% wl 

G3Q — 1. Pat; adeps^ suet. 9 | C9fel§ 

GSy^a 99 — 2. Any fatty exudation 

(Apte). « 1 qg© 5 gg q, — 3. Brain (Apte). 

G9. 9* ( S, 98 a.14— 9W QQ915 e. 99 )— 

^rt*n A I QfilQ 91Q—1. Neat, j | 99i aqs 9§9l 

■STMoir, ^frlT gio — 2. Lair of wild beasts. 

*itf ?|ff • 1 ag|^| 9|q gio—3. Lodgings. 

v j ta^fg — 4. Residence. 

- 9,0 G09O1 COW G$S> 5*1— OC9^i- 9fi9* » 

^1 3133* + 1 Q3G9S9 — 5. Sitting. 

^iH 33CT ? I 991991;— 6. Setting, . • t 


G9. M. (*9i 39 3CCT 9s9$3; Ml — gM93r : 

^TR Jsrai^sn qp- 3^9991 qjsil ) — 

1 I «©©— 1. Set with (stones etc). 

*Wft 3^rat55ir > I 99l3IQa^li gj?®— 2. Estab- 
<pd lished. * 1 qsiq©— 3 # Setj solidified; 

5nrr«ngflr ( aai— 9q(9§ 1 ) coagulatel.. 

G9. ^9 — 93IQ9I ^£JIQ «lg«| 9^10^9 %9 
<19 90G>5 (9) 93IQ9I 9^ 99 — (imperative 
mood) (thou) Do let or cause to sit; do set.- 
93l(S3)Q9l— 69. 3. (*. QQSJW 9® s ai^=QaG9€!9 
BasS(se)iba 9^9(3 '9991*9 39^ 39 ) — 

I'ltff t 1 €9f«9 9n^Q9f«l9 3I9G9 ^9^939 

cIMMI, TORT 9QQ9I — 1. To cause one to sit. 

(aai— qi^gqq gqGQ 93wf i) 

9 i £Qfa3 giQCQ QOQ gig, OQQ, G9I919, Q\t 
?I9 gfe© 9Q9I) 99^3 9Q9I — I. To- 
establish (a new village etc, at a placed to 
start^ to set up; to found r . 

gin vgiQ 09 wet) 

* I G9f«90JG9 G9f^l9 9g^^9 91 99 Q3.GQ' 

9^91 —3. To set a thing firmly. 

SQQ €IQ UQ 9&« 

* I eift$>iq9G9 9? ««Q «M 9Q9I-4. To set 

gems etc. on ornaments. 
( 3£J1 — < ^959 «Sg W 99IQ9 I ) 
*|<3^0 9qQ9l 5 93IQ9I— 5. To cause a> 
5OTRT liquid to co-agulate; to solidify.. 

( aai— <i 3a^9i99G9 93 9gia I ) 

^ I WG989 9Q9ls 999l 5 §199 9Q9lj GdlQ9l- 

6. To putj to place^ to lay down. 
( 3211— 9fii ^QGQ 9l| 991 a I ) 

9 I 9491 ©S>g^*l«l 9Q G9I09I; 991^0 9^91 — 

7. To strengthen a loose thing; to dri^e a 
JTT^n thing firmly to the grpund^ 

( saen— <i m^ 9 93iqgr <«.fi©4 %Tl®Q 
oi§ 1 ) 

r 1 99 J»9 ayaS 9Q9I — 8. To assess. 

grnrar (aai— qoi g©iq? gjas9 <aa aa 09 a«r t9a= 

9flQGfc 1) 
d I €>9^l 9§9I; 9^ G9IQ 9@ 9^9(^-91^ 
93RT 9Q9t — ^. To cause one to sit idle. -'■ 

( 3211— 5IS9 <QQ • 09 G9Q 9S«Q 9Q^« 99^ 
9l|9?> 


*•*« 


*9&qg(ci) 


( *V«V ) 


9qKW 


\° t mo 9Q9lj 9% 9 9Q913 99IQ9I — 10. To 
afraDge; to lay out (as a layer of brick). 
(saai— caieiqi ai9l9GQ ©l§99 939399 «© 
«LQq qq 99lcg l) 

U I <J99 9Q9I; SO flIQOI— 11. To stamp; 

to put a mark. 

(aai— < ^qroiqic© gtsteGsiSQ 99ia 

^TOHT V? I (GQpWfllq) 99 Q§9I 99 3919 ©99l> 

S9IQ 9Q9I3 S|99! 5 ©91091— 12. To 

flog or beat; to give a blow with. 

i* \ '(qq 91 amsp ap) 98919 9<i9gi9€i9i 

13. To bring about the sitting of a Paficha- 
TCSIT yet of one's caste people. 

(Ml — 6q*<3 93IGQ ©IQ«K1 9§J 99IQ9 l) 

<©9I €JO(Ol)-G9. 9.-93 ^O (GOO) 

Basa utba (tba) Basa utha (See) 

©91 QOl(GO)QQI— G9. 3.— ^9 §19^391 gi9%SIQ 
Bas5 utha(the)ibS q*\ 9Q9I; 99iq £191$© 9S9I 
?t*J tf5T*I1 To remove from one place of lodging 
^Tr dkHT (981 6J09I — p. ^a) to another. 

<©9I ©§©l — G9. §.— * I (ag|) qQ efa 9Q9I— 
Basa karibS 1. To bnild a nest (said of a 

^STft f^TH Wl §T*«IF ^5IRT bird.) 

(aai— 9I^iog?»q ®io aa sqgq 991 ©qs i) 

5 I «giq1q©G© 9|q 9Q9I — 2. To take up 
■^t*l ^1 *TOT 5^3! one's lodgings; to board at. 

• I 9I9 9Q9I ; giqlqQGQ . 9§9I— 3. To 
live; to take up one's residence. 
(saai— 91 qsiGQ Qq$ 991 ©g©& n 
■crot «Tfa1 v 1 q<p9l Qag 9 Qg9l — 
^TT 4. To be present always. 

(gal— 01 sq aacQ <aqa ©ai 931 ©q# i) 

■ ^M ^Rll * I 9*1 C3Q 39 GQ9I — 

^rar TO7TT 5, To settle one's lodgings. 

(9211—991 9Q9QI 991 39© GSG999 SIIQ 991 
99§ I) 

•©91 Q9— G9. 9. ( S. 919 + ^9 )— «C9d go© ©3§ 
Basaghara 969 aaiq|Q9GQ 919 ©G9 — 
*it *T* Lodging house; boarding house. 

-«ll«a— W. *.— «$ 9^ G9f«9 gi9 G Q ^g| 
BaB ^ia $9G© 991 9Q «1M 3 QQIfa— Lodger; 
^hl|w-*rt i^R: occupier of a rented house. 


©9I©*— *.- 94. (*^l 9©) — ©9SII; swacj — 
Basadhya Marrowy; oily. 

(9910^9— a9i^a) q*. 9.— q§L9 — 

The gangetic porpoise (Aptel 
©9i«(8)— G9. 9.— t I 9§9! 4^1— 

Baaana (ni) 1. Act of sitting, 

^fl %&tt 9 I 9SKQ9I $%\— % The act of setting. 
^Tl %RF •» 1 99 2U&9Qti|. ^91^1 — 

•q*ti*< 5RIH 3. Assessment (of tax or rent). 

9IG9. (a<3) ©.— 9I9Q, afliq, gol tH9 fijaq.V 
SQ 9©|Q Q#9I 9IG* 919^0 QQ9; 919 91 
91^)21 — A flat earthen pan for arranging flat 
pastry cakes one over the other. 
©91 Q§— G9. 9— agJSl 921 afjl G9GSi «i|G9 ^ 91 
Basa dahi <%%\ 99IQ 9g9l» 9§G99I QG9 :s§© 
f? G99I a^^O 9^ — Curdled milk; coagulated 
■*»Hft , 3inp^^ milk, curd, 

£J!G9 (9^919) 9— G9IQ Qg— Card. 

©91 3©9I— 3IG9 (QSKl) «-^?0|9 x <19 giO^^S siffs 

Basa parjiiba <19 QIQGQ 931 9Q 9f$9l— To 

remove suddenly from one place of lodging 

to another. 

©ei ©l©©l— G9. 3— (oaNw) 9to qftoe ?g? g© 

Basa bandhiba ©§sq 9g| q^q 9Q9J— To 

?W ^it Ml^edl «WHI build a nest ( said of 

birds), 
©91 ©19— €9. 9-9SI9Q— 

Basabasa ^i*il^^ 3F9TO?: Lodgings, 

©91 Q&91— G9. 2— flM^QG© 9IQ 9Q9I QIQ &$#§ 
Basa bhangiba qiq^ 9gj a gQ gQ^,_ To 

^Tt T&&\ ^raT dteHT remove from a place 

^Cii^mresl GO. 9— G9?a§ 9199^ g|QQ 
^raT ^ 3|5ft Gh© — Discontinuance of one's 

temporary habitation. 

©91 Ml— G9. 9-(q999l 2K1§9 9H^9TQ ©gp, ©q C $ 

Basfi sancha 99199 6 G9S9Q qiq* qhq, g,gg|_ 

?W^1 Lodgings and victuals for a newly 

*IWSlk3in«*)rl arrived guest. 

«ga Oi«roi Q * 9 ©q 98 OT| — s«« v-fl«l3QO-aoca)«i 1 

[ apv g»ifli©cjr 9©^g©8 9Sgi 9^ ae^ 
saflG© ©1^931911 ^waisjgq i ] 


•*8 


( *v»r. > 


9§9| 


93— e. 9 ( 99 a[^=8$Qi +9& Q )~v l Qfiiiaw— 

Basi 1. Clothes (Apfce). f \ ( ©q aiQ^piq 

QWI + a»W. Q) 211919; ^9— 2. Dwell- 
ing; residence. 

gi. a— (aw 91 QiQn qQ<iiefc$ aasi Qg© ot^gq 

691© G99I91Q 9i9$*> )— 9; flai; fel— 
^d <44*<. Even; too, 

( Qai— £ 99 QfQIQQ ©3gp ? GSI9 ejgj QS 
9W 9l§, q]" 99 <Q©l 9€$9 t ) 
<Q§ TOQI — 69. 2— 69i«l§ ai^GQ 9991 QGQ 6901^ 
Basi asiba ^0211991— To come out after sitting at 
^ITlTl ^W*<WW1 a place. 

(aai— i ac© aiQ 69 9^69 98»c3, ©i 969 
^q ®09i — 69. ®— * i 9§9t aipG© oa 6991— 

Basi uthiba 1. To stand up immediately after 
^rfe >est "TOWSSHT sitting dowu 

(S3£i!— % q©9£69 99 ^6^ flip) 

J I (G31Q^9! 9^) 901© ©IQQ 69IQ 

99^13 6£0999l— 2. To sit up from a 

sleeping position. 

•(gal— 69 GGIIGt 99* ©@IQ q£i 99 $6q) 

• 1 (eqcil) G9ip9i ^1931% «<MQ 99! 9191- 

a-iS9 9991^ 93a €991-3, To be able to 

sit up without another's aid ( said of a 

patient recovering from illness), 

(aai— 9$9i© 9$ 6««i ®saeQ 9%9i© 38 

99q3 / 

^99 S11Q9I— 69. i— 1 I eg 6^99199 og»| 9 aQ q|© 

Basi khaiba 896Q W9J ©^19 9Q9I— To 

^CT TOl ^^it ^R^T ^KHT consume or spend 

money without earning anything. 

9 1 '$96939 99 GQ9© QQ9I— 2. To 

take one's meal sitting, 

-QQ 9©9I— 69. 5 — V I ( 9J$ 91 $W9I9I€} WIQ 3« 

Basi pargiba" 69IQQ9I 9h^ 91 g|o| ) 90IO 

^d 9 f?1 Q9G93© 9Q9I — 1 . To sit down suddenly, 

i I 9©IS 6 ©6$% 6991; ©°9^9i999 
6991 — -3, To be bawildeted; to be struck 

with despair, 

^>Q9-S. 9^. (99ai3 + 9& 0)—^ L .QQgo — 

Basita 1, Worn; put on. > I ( +9$. 9 ) 913 


9^91—2. Dwelling. * [ ( +$& © ) 
333 — 3. Stored ( Apte ), 
tf. 9( + *Ui. «) — 9I9SI©— Dwelling (Apte). 

9§9i— 69. §. («. QQ9<P9 9€[ai^ 91 «9 ai§_ ) — 
Basiba V 1 ^9€9«9 9$9I — 1. To sit; to take 
OTl one's seat, } I Q<3!QQ 9£l<^ ^€9 gi9Q 9Q 
%5?IT Q99^i 6991 — 2. To squat, m \ «9g|9 9d9»5 
[991(63) Q91 —809! Q§9I— 3. To stay. 
(Q09I — 99 <90) ca Qi^iQ ^icq ^«gq «qcq 

^1^9, A9IQQ0 «s? I 
^Tl v I 9SI0 9Q9I — 4). To take rest. 
%*T ( 3211— 9QSIQ 99^ 9Q QQ 9§9lq fl€9 

ff^699 Olg I ) 
WW! * I «G99I «»Q9I — 5- To wait. 
'WlT l OT$ 69IQ 9991—6. To sit idle. 
3OT*teT (aai — 99^1 69Q «fi 9N 9 9ft §_ gQ€9 
^^•ll 9Q S3IG9 99^ ?) 

Wl 9 I QGl^9C99l; Q$\$ 6991—7. To coagulate, 
5TTRT to be congealed^ to curdle; to thicken. 

(aai— a$i 69^3^ 99qq) 

^ r I ^9es 9^99 69IQ 9%*<a 699! — 
%5?!f 8, To be set firmly on the ground, 

(aai— < 6%9Q$ agqoft ^qqq 999 9aq ? ) 

*F¥i « I (6919, Si°6aQ, fllS) QQdQIj 019 699lj 

T^TT 69^1891 — 9- To appear (said of maggots). 

(aai— 91 Qlet69 a°6SQ 91 qig 996^3) 

<. I fq$910Q) (W191, 9IQ) q© 699l 5 

AQ9I — 10. (euphemism) To die^ to sink 

down (said of horses and elephants), 

(aai — <i 99s qeiQQ * qq 91a 99si69) 

W^l te I Q9Q969 fli^flQI; ^9q96Q©IO G99) — 
5PRT, %35|I 11. To preponderate; to spread 

thick]y, 

(aai— eaia^GQ 9* 99ciq3- 996Q pq 9I- 
oqc!) 

Wl V? I 99fl9l; 9»^ 9991—12. To sink down; 
•H to go down, 

(aai— < m$aQ flit 9^1 qi3 «iiq 99 9 991% 

'TO ^* I (WW *l «»l) 9I&19I619I €t^ 9qQ9i~ 
9«m 13, To lose the power of action, 

(aai— ^9969 ssi Qfti 93g$ 1) 

^ v l S9S1969'9§^l — U. To remain still. 


qQq\ 


( +■«#*> 


GAM 


^1 *+|Q<a© «©Sl^ «9©© a9§KJL©Q ©Q9I; 

^n tieyici© ©Q9i 5 a9©Q©-.a9gtaq 6991 — 

15, To come down from a higher position; 

to deteriorate. 
(gal— «jpq» Ga qe* a<n ^GQ } aie«9q 9§- 
©GftS i) 
^11 l? I ©3 6991; ©§ _G99|— 16. To become 

tight. 

(aai— $q$ 9<a G9i©fl9i§ ©I© B<ao©Q«t^_ 

9t©G©9?«IQa l) 
wl ip I 319 Qiaoi* acre aisqg G99I — 
%^ 17. To fit inj to suit. 

(aai— « q$t\ €ffl 99G© 6©^G9I© ©qg I )- 

^1 ^r I tflQ£l|£]Q 9©91; ©©©I; 9©9l— 
%3^T 18, To spend time; to be brought up. 

( 3ai— €9 © WflfllOGQ 9§ Q||. ©Q©l ©l§* 
©lS[9 ? ) 

*CT*l«r*nl ift i 'eo?«3 ©ismg© ©©©.» ©qgswi— 

l^foi. *IH*<WI 19. To be engaged in any work 

for a protracted period. 

q$a w ess© «i% 09^1 io 

6de9 ©l« SIS' Si* CMQ $<!— $33 9 WWQQ. #9 » 

^rt jo i qsq qqoi- wi© ©Q9ij geiqca 

TOW ©QeQ Q«IQ 9IQ9I— 20. To settle On 

land (said of tenants). 
(geU*- G* WMO S$GQ q©< 864 9§€fc3 I ) 
<PRl >* I €>©© G9QI5 ©KI ©§91 — 

%3*T 21. To be left as a mark # 

. (saal— ©I G©9G© G9©9 Gfflfil 99905 1 ) 

WW SGGf 8p©l«JPG© «99 G99I— 

22. To establish god -relationship. 

wl 3* i (^o^9i ga »©) © to g©9G© «G99i — 

'%35|f 23, To ba assimilated to the body; to 

sink again into the body ( said of 

boils) 3 to be absorbed. 

'( saai— a§i SKW G9IQ9l% 9asi © 319 

^5cK3 I ) 
^Tl >v i ( gffigQ qqg|Q QQl^i 91 tf| ) ©Q© 

flte* 0£CQa© aiQ *i©g© G99I; ©©% <a«B9l; 

©ft©6©©9! — 24. To precipitate; to sink 

down to the bottom. 

( saai— 6€iiq«i oitfiGQ 3f©Q g«i© aioaGQ 

35tG9S«* 34 ©»© 9S53KJ I J 


wl >« I ( aq© $as© ) 9© *W a&i G99I— 


ujjttHH ^RT 


26. To be assessed ( said of 

tax etc. ) 

( aai— s$ wed ««« ««i<i $©a 
9? ©<g i ) 

^n ->£ i gia© G9©'5 9©<£© G991— " 

«^H 26. To be held 'or established. 

( saea — as 9© G9«*i GgaGQ wit<i ^ 

©?S I ) 
^Tl >9 I ©G©Q SI9Q QISi ©09« Ql 3Q^' 

«j5PTT €991—27. To go on; to be begun; to 

be openedj.to be started. 

( aai — sqQGO a©ia 60 950*31 9G9 1 ) 

^rt ->r ! «AQ© 9§9li «IQ9l5 9191 — 

%OT 28 * To live - 

QGfd 1) 

<pH ^e I Q^"*© G99l> 3g® G9KM — 

d^KtlM C 29. To be ready for; to be about to do- 

a thing. 

( aai— g^ © ©i« 99 gciqi^ waQi 1 ) 

^t *° 1 acft 9Q9I; 9^1^© G99I— 

^^SIT 30. To begins to be engaged in.. 

.^pwre* vi 1 g^o G99I — 

31. To bs laid or set. 

( gal— 4 8giGQ Q®< fli©QiaaQ 9g§ 1 ) 

^!1 *9 I *l<3, G99I; <3» 699I— 
iTT^Tr 32. To thicken; to become closer. 

( gal— oa %eu a^Q <^QaQ Gai9IQG€) 996%- 

©?al<i 1 ) 

^n •• 1 $<?o G9IQ ©99 ti goq'qs©! — 

%HM\ 33. To watch; to keep waking. 

(aai— aft© cq«ilaiG«i ©C 99 q© 9igfi4i 1 ) 

^11 *v 1 qg€Q (9^l^9) €?G2© G99I— 
^t«fT 34. To arise in the mind. 

^PFlrt ^Rl *» I 9lg ©€191 — 35. To live,. 

'Prt *#> I G©fel§QIGq- ©§91% Ql© 9JQ9I J — 
TOPn 36. To get a place or footing in. 


^WRIHT 


«8QJ 


C tm*- > 


& 


Wl ^Ullw^Ml •$> I «9gi9© G99I — 37. To be 

set up. 
(^1— «4 o gg«fl- 'TO ^aie^ld Q$989i) 

•r I (w) €031 WIQ"ff9l — 3 8. ( tQB D08e ) To 

become flattened, 

, . ; , To be placed; to be kept. 

[qah^-cit 98$ >i (qiq aa G9IQS) ij : 
[5—0801 2qiQ ^9l3«l%a SGC* 9§9I, Q89I, 
" .091 5qiQ : SlfllQQI %3 0*9??, §^ l] 

Basi }iba 1. To coagulate; to be congealed. 

TOI^tOTl. 9 I 9§9I 9$ GQS 9Q9I — . , , - 
AffWMi 2. To already do the act of sitting 

", """■(skji— owfliew eqtffr 9Q9i£ oaaii mtcq 
oe Q9Qi— cq. §.—©«$ G9IQ eraf\ G9?a? grf'o 

Basi rabiba QQ SflQSsGQ 9^ 919© 9Q9h— To 

-■>-■ : ,*^eiid time witfioiit^oiiig any work; *it idle, 

S^ps,,£. ;{9S ai^+Q(| ; $ }-^l Q6JG999I9C9S 

Basu (^OtCS* S«niGQ^Il£>}— ** A group of eigbt 

; ; divine beings or Dieties. 

■a 9>€3l9 3 9$ , a©»,a©», 9«1^ 6 §99 91 gQ9 1 

: 6 9Q9^; <aiQQ QqGTOOI-6 «9IGff 9S g&&©S 

, TOil f 9tf ff a^Q SIS' Sl9l a& §»QSG€} Q%G$ I 

2JGQ 9SS1G0 sSqS ffQSl flIQq. 64QQ -GWJ% 

9£f<$ 3IQ G<3€£l 6 ©§ aSGQ GSSlGff Q]$$<? 9^1 

: sjis>! gsaiwt 3^3. saa ? ©a^qcri Q<a$ ciq^ 

91 QGR i 

- €99GQ'9%9©$g€qia »$, fl^ Q§, $<3!, 

'■ ' ®*1j 9£j ^1* W** SQ C9!Qa& I $Wl- 

o<5fli A aess gQ geqw QQ ataa©— §. a ] 

A 1 ( qqCT9Q.Wil% ). '»* 3«il— 9* The 

number '8* (eigbt). * j <$ ©91 Q^OQQ 

8K) QQQ <9 qsi— 3. One eighth of the 

value of a cowrie orahelL-mpoey.w | 9$£J|3 

*. (G9«) 4. Basudbara l ; (9ee). * | a©— . 

■1 5. ^iche3;wealth f 5?ia^a.a ^G9Q— 6. The 

-, God iof riches. 9 I • BCV~7 t Fire. 

^■^ t". ,F.f r ^-^8,,Tbe: sun* " -'d i atpqi CKS9 


, ^tQ, -j The i 23rd ustefism, t* 1 | OSjd^ 

; Q€il-*10. A-' r»y-v,o* ( light. e^l p 96l> 

GQIQIQ 9W-- 9r*Wfl-*lli ft&iti ol a horse. 

I J 1 q©l— 12. King; <• ( ^OQq© — 

13. Name of an aticient idtfg of India. 

^v I %$ i 14.Gofel. v* 1 ^9^1-^15. Salt. 

V£ 1"*00— IB. Water. AP | Q|»-9q 9|> 

* SfoWMcfU 5I9 — I 7 - A kind of fresh 

: water fish, *r f q§ (g. a )— 19. Gem. 

■ "-■"<«■ t- «$- cfi_ fe. €i) — 19/Sesbania 

J Grandifiora (tree), ^o | Qa^ ; saitt QQ^ 

(@. a)— 20. The rope with which the 

beasts are tied to "the - yoke; the tje of a 

yoke (Apts). M I qj?|ga (g. a)— 2!. The- 

yellowish variety of Phafleolu8 Munga. 

■ JJ rsjfl (g. 9)— 22. Tree. 3* | §9<@.a>". 

23. Siba. ? v I 9Gq9Q (g. €l) — 24. Tank. 

,~ »:■ v* I 9^(@- a)— 25. Bishnu. ^ ,( ^q 

' * fas) (Q. €») — 26, Bakula (tree). 59 i q|y- 

~-- q$$$ 3i^(©.-a)^27. A saintly ^peraorj^. 

gr 1 <39i *Sj"(8* «) — 28 ' Lustrej Hght- 

>e I q§ Qtag ^^^ (g. a)— 29, A rare- 

^herb. »<> I ^fl3©iaQ* QOV . 6 a$¥ ^} 

(QQ9©) (§. <3) — 3 °. Name of the) wife o£ 

Dharma and daughter of Daksha, 

[ 5— ^€!93 QWQ < C^ltilW ^%9^ flJOl— 

e. 9«. (q. 6 ^1)— < l (+9^. q) ca g^QQ 
913 9Qg} (8. 9) — 1. Living or existing 
in all thiDg s ; > I ( +3<|S>§$1 Q ) g|gQ 
5,flg«l?Q 919 ( §. 9. )— 2. Holding all 
things i m \ fl^Q— 3. Sweet ( Apte ). 
* ! €L3Q— 4. Dry ( Apte. ) 

G9. Q— t 1 9ol£j «iqa^Q Qai^9cag — 

1. A family title of tie Kayasthas of 

Bengal. 9 \ q&®%\ 8WZ\ ^l^t?Q Q&'JQI 

QQ€tQ9 ^^GQ^-2. A distinctive surname 

ol certain high class Bfahmanas of Purl 

district. 

■(•to-— £9gQq^a W I) = - 

e. 9«— < I q^-T-l. Dry. ^ \ flaQ— 2. Sweet. 

^^ '% G9. §— ( 9891 §sp wiQqab *q, 

; ( 6^:) Q9G9.SQ ,9^— Let him sit. 


**fc 


< ***<*- J 


^9#— 3. 9— « I 9Q4S ( COS ) { Q9q© 9CQ9f. 

Basil ka : §9qq$ )^~K Bakapasbpa ( See ) 

j*i V I &IQ .fifcWK 8. a;)'"— Sf Salt from tb 6 

Sam bau Lake; fossil satt # * I Q|«q_ QQtf 

( 9* a. )— 3. Salt from vegetable ash. 

J,; v | Qaa aiQ ( §. Q. )— *• Chenopodum 

pot-herb. ♦) a€5tf€© (8-«) — &Swallow- 

: :y ,. : wort plant. £> | 9Q 9qQfl© ( 8* a. ) — 

6. A big^flowering variety of Bakuja tree. 

*> i (q\<a ) qqj* C9ip9 6 ^Sgqreaip© 

9CKW €}€ ( 8- S. )— 7. Name of two 

ancient sages. 

[ 5 — <g ^Q 9<J 9^ C99GQ 9% 9<— 

- . f £. tfKUQQt ] 

r| gq5 SWSl — 8- Sea-salt ( Apte ), 

•Q9«*— s. 9 (f^l w> 9<l— aa + sifc)— t 1 a««aio«i 

Baaukita a9QS9— 1- One who begs moneys 

<-Qq(}8— TOi<}0 ) beggar. -> ( ^0<g 91$— 

2. A miser, 

<iH}Q— *. 9«. €L* C 9g.+91 »ISL+Q4- a )— aOQl91— 

Basuda Giving riches, 

( 9399— a^sqp) 3. 9— < 1 %S99— 1. God of 

(9^91, 93g9l — $1) riches. 9 | ( Q9Q QIG«H§ ) 

$$ — 2. Bishnu. 

^991 — s. 9* $1(9^+91 al9 + 9<§. a+q). «•) — 

Basuda t. | s^si — 1. The earth. J | ^QQf 

QS SMQ- SteWQ «9— 2. Name of one of 

the 6 mothers of Karttikeya. • | Q&Mg| 

CWMflQ ©9mI 6 «ol qa^Q a§1— 3. Name of 

the wife of demon Mali. 

9S)W asicfl S^Gt— 8- «■ I ] 

Basudeba + 9$. 3$ €3 SGCQ $fol 9C9 )— 

l I asi— I.Rich. J 1 t 995I8; 9<L=Q9 + 

'CW — ©l^)^© Wl§9S%— 2. Lustrous- 

9. 9— V I *91« 9«lj C999W Wfl— 

1. Father of Srikxushna. 
[ q — QggQQ Sl^WQ OQQOQ Q®i C9931Q 6 
8 91s 09I aiotitoi% fiQpN 99 91 saqsQ 


S9C99*, al§C99l/;i§99l, ( -WSQfitoi 6 G93st 

"?w« v* ©a gshi .get* 1 <9is . 091 399 & 

&99i*d£c9 ^Q Wfl %&* l W8«1ff"a^%90qfl 
"■ .6-"OT9Wf'.0<% €1191 ©19 OTIQ^O'l QISJ9 fl!©l 

f r->'4 ff^P 9«; ffl»«Wft+C09"»CO90l) %€9Q-^ 
2, God of riches. • \ (Ois) Q^> ! q©K?9 

Q01 ( 8* a )-^*. Name of a- king of 

ancient India, v | { 9^9l§ ) &©^l Cfi^ 

(8^ «. ) — 4 *- ^ te 2 3rd aeterism^ 

9f€990* M «. *..( ^^83 9^,=-^!9q ®U) 699©l 

Basudebata qi9iQ ) — a^jl OSe ( 8- fl. ) — The 

(9^699^1, 93S99©, 9^9— «Qiqp) 23rd asterism. 

<9S©«— ®Os 9I5H019) gi. 9— G^€9C ( G9S ) 

Baiswadeba ( See ) 

0%€Q90i—ff. 9— t I (#<l «©; 9<L-f €9991) QC9Q- 
Basodebata 1. God Kubera. $ | (9^Qls) ^6>qi 

SW!* — 2. The 23rd asterism. 

9^«l— ». 9<a. 0. ( 9<£->as+ai ai§=&i96i «Q9i + 

Bascdha q^. ^qJ — e I awaiQal — I. Holding 

or containing riches. ^ | ^j^qioi Y o. 

41. ) — 2. Bestowing riches. 

(9qai<3 — a«h^3) 3. 9 — t 1 qfl^l— 1. The earth. 

j l ^g— 2. The ground ( Apte ). 

S^uiiiQ— s. 9. ( Qaa9 9©g.%«3 9gai— qq^i+a h\q_ 
Basndhadhara — 2i|Q«l QQ9l+©<§. a) — t | ^jq. 
9^»0 — 1. Mountain. 9 I JSKWjfc 9iq«l— 
2. The great serpent* 

ogMHia— *. 9. 4*. ( *l1 «% 9®i| + a<ia )-q^QQ- 
Basudhadhipa ^Of — A King. 

QgpiS©— -S. 9. 0°. ( 9gai+Q ai9=0|Q9 9QQI+ 
BasudhSbhrnt Q^. ©^ )— a^»© — 1. Mountain. 

J I q»l— 2. King, 

G^fcliq-*. 9. ( 9<L—a9 + ^J ^«^9<1 9Q9I+Q9. 
Baaodhara a+aj. «)—<.( ^Kji^^ 91 9IQ1<}« 
^Q W% 999 91^69 <39Q 9l96dlf ^l^j 
9W3IQ 91919 q$6Q OQ9 ^ -8©^ G^ISI 
31991^0 90^9Ga^ — 1* A ritual consisting 
of letting seven currents of ghee trickle 
down a wail and putting tips of sandal- 
. paste and vermilion on the heads thereof* 


^aa 


{ ****"*) ) 


**»* 


OIC«l QIW fi)QIQ ©IQ9I^ §< I ] 
y i (5^T©©;'94.— oo+arq) G9ai« aracQ a«i- 
s$i$ oiq <3« an a&$ ^ftgl sia 91 gossip 
qqcq g^g »qe$ wog $gq wiq SS^ G * 
©«aiQ C9I89IQ G«^ 9<i9gi Qqsgw — 
A mode of maintaining a dropping flow 
of water from a jug (with a Bole at the 
bottom) over the Basil plant or a Deity 
during the summer month of 'Baisftkha.* 

* I €»®«GQa$€33 (g. a )— 8. Name of a 

Goddess worshipped by the JajnaB. 

sw, ■««, so, ©St, *oqi fify 951, acfa, 
99lOK| v «CQOOI — g. a. ] 

* I %QQQ9ft$ -WJOI (g. «) - 4. Name of the 

capital of Kubera. * | g&^G$g (8- €l)« 
5. Name of a sacred place of the Hindus* 
£ I WI^Ga^ ( 8. fl) — 6« Name of a river, 
■^qjsllQ ®$— *• * — $oai»cjQ «a9£QS— A sacred 
Basudhara tirtha place of the Hindus. 

Basu dhSrmika * | <H9(g. 3)— I. Quartz. 
9 I -MOfc (§. fl)— 2, Marbte 
'■«£«— ffl. 9. ( «• Wl )— 9W* q«pi — 

Basudhya The earth. 

Basundhara QG9W «S>OQ9GS<3— An attend- 
ant of Kubera. 
-Q%8Q— S. 94. ( 9<i+a &l%.+94. a+ti- « )— 
BasundharS tiOWtdl* 9S£I| — Containg riches. 
*. 9— i I 9*S!3 q^SI — 1. The earth. 
> I '9$#Q'Q i^l*-*2. The wife of Kubera's 
attendant. • I «STQQQr QQH ,6 $|«»Qq 

w\& QflM ( 8- * h-*< ^** wifo ° f * 

Krushna's son Samba. 
CQ, 9 — 9S«iq (G9«l) — Basuiibfcrl (See) 

-«4«h- w. 9, %1. ( *. s«^q )— qg^— 

Basundhari' 


,a^6e^9q«g,^^B«asfiH|9iQi . ■.■-*> 

Q%9©— S. 9.< #^1 9^ ^L+QQ )^»— 
Baeupati King* 

,*saf> %o% «< ww we ac- 
Basuprada q%q (€<?a ;— Basuda (See) . 

LBawdft(Sae), 9 1 §9 {%. a}*-2, «lba. 
* t ^0« a^9S»SflMI (g. a)— 3. Name of an 

attends of Kartlikej^. 

Bdsumati UQ4)tmH-^Rich. . 
S. 9* — qg«*— Tb© earth, 

Basumati dhara Mountain. 

««* e9€Q^]9GKl I 

0%fllOI— W. ^, (*• Wfl)— W?l ( .«« WWIQG9 
Basu mats 9^94 — The earth (goddess), 

BaaumSta gadhua gqoGQ q^lQO 9i?CI GQ^lQrQ 

Sio 9&9ecMj oiqgdloiija— 

A ceremony performed on the 3rd day 
after Raja SamkrSnti. 

swste 99i 6 9^i©iQ ?!9 eqQ9i 99 ^n?« 

BasumSn (9%tm — tf) aQ9lff— Rich. 

«. 9—^ t qQI— 1. King, ^ f fta^GQ^g* 
2. Name of a King, m \ ^^ qq$]^ 
COlqSiQ CWQQGCI3 (8. €1 )— 3. Name of a 
mythological mountain. 

©flCQQI— «. *•" ( 9q,+GQ©g> e««. <,9 )~ 
Baeureta ^ | a^ (g. o)~ 1. Fire. 
^ I S9 (g. a)— 2. Siba. 

93.0—* 9. <9^+Q ai^— Q9tf! 9Wf+9$. *)— 
Ba&nla G99 (g. €1) — Deity. 

Q^GSS— «. 9* ( 5>?fl ©©; 9^+Gfl^)— G^fOT fo «)— 
Basu sreshtha Silver. 


£09 


( ,*«nfo. ,*) 


^s(s> 


BasusSra The capital of Kubera. 

Basusthajt t. I 891919 — 1. Treasury, > \ ^9Q 

qqq— 2. The abode of Kubera a m \ <j€9Q 

QQty a»9l — 3- The capital of Kubera; 

* ■ Alaks' 

$>S9— ?. 9 — acfji as T§. «)— 

Basdka ■' Sesbania Grandiflora. 

G€JcMr. $. (9£+q 'ai^+a+fl- »>— G9M— 

^Basftra" Harlot; prostitute (Apte). 

©SQQ9I— G9; 4^9*1991 ( G9« )— 

BaseibS Basaiba ('See > "" 

3*fa 3ICQ. ( 38I9 ) *— ■■qioqiq sacfl 9©$QI G99I 

S3TCT $99GS QftiQ® CgaQQGM— A ceremony 

- *"? perfornrad in connection! with a gte\ beifig 

;i . - menstruated for the first time. 

X S— S9fa§ 9IQ9I €&?«) G9G9 oi aiq<a% 

^Q'^^a^ $1 ©a «9, % 9»a, §<£§ 9Q9 

''"-^.da^'aa m$ i ctfiw' ocq 9« *&, 9Q 

SQ9GQ G9l8 9SKJIQ G9§ G9IO GiiGQ OQQpO^ 

qqiq oaai-4 «9 aGsr sgo qasi 9t aslw 09 
'...\ G9$. 99 W 3 9 9Q0W I Siaioaa* <§ 
' "' *WQ9iV sawMGQ aioiflS 91 adlWQQ 
§« i G9fei§ «iwdi 3G9 ewQ 8oi 91 aoq99 
-<i§ ss^gq sgi9 2919 «fl% sigo9q>. 90iQ9i 
aiQ asiqig 91 9g« *wq 9afi » ] 

9ft v (al$)— %— e I g°gi 9Q9l ; 9a "9991 — V To 

Bast (root) hurt; to kill tApte). J \ qqi 99?l — 

2. To beg; to ask; to solicit (apte). • ( 

: O© 999! — 3. To_ move (Apte). r I £JS89^ 

9991— -4- To torment (Apte). 

9$ — e- 9— S I (95 ai$— 9a 9991 + 9$. a)— 999; 

Basta GS9 (8. a.)"" 1 ' Goat 3 I (W 4HSL+3*- 

9)— H9I3; $9 —2. An abode (Apte). 

Bastaka Artificial salt (Apte). 

9SQM — ». W.''( 99 ai^=»9m 999l+9#- C9i ) — 
Basta>ya 9IC3iaG*ll9l — ^ ifc * or res idence. 

9ftQ— t3^9,; ( WIS ) 9- s ( e. 9%; %p, ft. 9gQ)-r 
Bastar J 9^. ,QQ|— -Cloth. : 

93Q— 3I..9. _( «, 91;) -9V %«* — , 
Bastasa- Cloth. 


. 69. 9 (919)— Qgal^j q9iN996M — 
Name of an Orjya State, 
X 9— «9I StehgCQSQ S^Q a^flQ G3S G9I3CQ 
3999 I <<5>IQ CtfGQ QiQ\Q .flCW, Q$QG9 
SQ4H39, 9£«GQ 9IQ219I9 6 Q^^GQ «a«l£|G9a9 

WI«*9Q/^9I 9ftl9l5-i<S S^q^QS© I <9I9 
q»9a 69a I <*909 G99 9191^9 ^»oQ9 ©£9 <: 

- 991 9qi«qGR I <9IQ ^9^1^ 9G!9»g.9 91 9§9j„ 
4^i G€II9I9<51 9^9^5,190 9lfl9 G9lf < 9I«I 9^Q 
9QGQ «9g 9,1, < ^9^ GSpsrft t*»«x»° 90SIQSV 

09 999 99t d 9^gR9 ai9i9»Q qfll£j«i9fs> 
\: ©I^il9 «°a G9IQ a$SI9r;9qai<l t 9gQ giolo 
9§9l9tfi*» <R €9©iq^G9 aiagv q€ <oiG9 9W- 
9%gc«.i ] 

9fH-€iG9 4 9. (-ffl. ^—93% ^9. ^..9^ ) -e I 
BfcAta, ,.C9iq ; tt<3!9 99 ^1-^-X^'GuBoy-bag; bale;. 
OtfSl, ?TS1 bag, 5 I 0$Q-^KKk|C« 9^9$9Gs;l*%€ll — 
^=TT, #rj 2.-Ganny;^*^9iG€^Jtf*l9"eiait<|'' , a|9| 6 
iB9 9€!Q— -S, Name of a small town and 
a police station in Balasore. 
9919— G9. 9. '(9I-. 991)— $g><J %Sll 91 9ICI9Q§) 
Bastani <9tf 9^ 9IQ?[9t 99F9 ^f — A cldth^ 
<«i^l ^gar; ^rrc packet of cloths or papers,- 
flfffl o«^3 Qi9 «?ato 951s crsiQ eaig' caq €Q€9 

9ftlQq— G9. 9«l— ©3§ 5ttQ93l^ 9 ^Ifciq^O&iOty 
Bastapacha G9IQ3K —(article) Damaged while 
C^M*f5l ^J^lM^I long kept in the bale. 

93l90 v (©)— G9. 9. (€TL 991+3. 989) -aiQ ^9*- 
Bastaband(ndi) «Q 9^ 0$ ^^ ^5*€9 a^Q 
<«H**f(^l> 9i$9l— Act of making of articles^ 
- 4KI40 into bags or bales, 

G9. 9*3 — ai9i 99IG9 QQ 9qaiQ aiS— 

galedj made: op into bales, , 

9§($1)— 3. 9. (9Q ai^-f 9Ii4'*999l, a?l9Q 999I+ 

Basti(sfci) ^ + q+^_— e } 9|P9 9gG99> 99G3^- 

1. Abdopien;_pelYis. )\ (+99^ + 9) 9^9 

"■9fl1 — 2. The ends of a cloth, * | ( +a^ 

,9Q«?!+Q) 9^j 91^—3, Besid^e, v| g^Q 

99—4. Village site. *.*, 1 $fy gifl— 5. 

. Village; hamlet^ &} ^--6,Town. 9 | 

(+9£ 9)^U^ r -7^ao^er; kWne^ C^ 

(CSII9G9) <3939I9 W% 9t^^^j^r- 


Qg« 


( *«*> ) 


Qg-aflp 


8 . A sort oil external or bodily 
purification (in Joga). n ) §©Q|q (§.a.) — 

9. Syringe. 

G9. 9— * I qigj <Wi«l£j GQ9TO 91^1^— 

^st 1. A hamlet consisting of several houses 

SRcft of people of the same class. 9 1 ©gs^jIq 6 

2. Slum. 

q9 — Village land; homestead holding. 

©SOI— €9. M~GQfel9 9§ 91 S»l6QW9%qei — 
Bastia Resident of a particular hamlet, 

5rtte*tTl G9. 9 — WfllWQ ^GQiaWSQ^ — 
WfWkrir Family title of certain Stidras. 

9&9fl — «.9. (tfSfanQ)— ftGfirsyj 6 qff^q 39$ flief 
Bastikarma §©$|<g<<}[q oq$|q 9^91 q^— The act 

of cleansing the bowels. 
Q3QQ-e. 9. (#><$ 00; Qg + TO) — S3— 
Baatimala Urine. 

<5>3 G€liy© — s. 9. (9$g1gi ^g+eaiawj— i I oa^ 

Bastisodhana ®ga<g>|q ^pi€Jq%_ 9GS9 CQ9lffiG9 

9p £>d© ^< — 1. A diuretic (medicine), 

> I 39WQ 6 $ 9 ( S9S )— 2. Madana 

fruit and tree (See) 

Og— *. 9. ( M ai^— ^Ol, C95>l+Q<fL 4)— 1 I 9O1; 

Bastu aQla— 1. Thing;*object; article;substance. 

3 1 q©<H— 2. Truth; reality, on | fl <gQ a Q|gjV 

Sg^S% 9g — 3, Actual or existing 

thing; matter* a reality, v I q|Q 4,, 

Essence; pith, * | Qa^Q^' $3191^—5. 
Materials; ingredients; stuff of which a 
thing is made, ^ | ©9iQ Ql§W q$— 
6. Natural property of a thing, 9 j qj^q- 
9@© 9*3^ 91 QSJ — 7. Thejplot of a drama. 
r I $SlS~" 8t Circumstance, -j j g^g) — 

9. Fit person, C* I ilOj g^ — 10. Wealth; 
possessions; property (Apte). ^<. j £$fa§ 
Q«qQ0^©£o WIQ— li.'Man; design. 
KJ I QIS9I9Q ' MI9g, ( @. a. )— 12, The 

plot of a drama or poem or novel. 

:> 1 $—<®l ? 9 91Q i .a»tW, 3§N >i£j9Q 
, -, o^f -ai< <S £lw«ysa§Gs, 9i^,W© aw Q19IQ 


( euphemism ) Vagina; female 

organ* 

[ q— ©01 sqgtcq $&\gq <&)® y «99 agla 

gOa© 9m9919 O Q§ Qg €19 QiQ9IQ 9€t 

aiasj 1 ] 
©a©— *• 9. (Qaat^+QO, oaasi) — 90a (cq«i) 

Bastuka Bathua (Sae) 

9§Whi— s. $. M. (95— Q9ia+do«it— ci©^iq)— 

Bastugatya 9^85 Era©8 5 SISW8; S^S>G9 — 
Naturally; virtually; as a matter of fact; 

in point of fact. 

Qg©8— *. $\.9S. (Qg+OS)— t. I ff£>©8; S^9GQ> 
Bastutali S|£|iaGCi-«— 1. Actually;" really; in fact;. 
virtually, s \ §>$% — 2, Of course. 

S>gO$— S. 9— t I a9ia«l»— *• Pays* 03 , Natural 
Bastutattwa science; physical Science, ^ | tS^Q- 

<lg ©Q©G€? <l9aip ^iQ Qg -<lg ^iQ — - 

2. The knowledge that God is the only 

essence in the creation, 

G>g "@GOa— ». 9. ( 9$ OO )— OIQi -OliQSQ flfihSk 
Bastu nirddesa QQ«Q O CQ3, 2§GQ ^>a!9gQ 
«BS|q QBB91Q 2li< — The invocition at the 
beginning of a drama or epic or lyric in 
which there is indication of the plot.. 

Bastubada Materialism; materialistic theory. 

O C®0— ^. Q— Q| O® ( GQ3 ) 

Baatu bijnana Bastu tattwa ( See ) 

(Qg$q,G)— aoi%a) 

Bastu matra G>§ftl QGGl «qQ^ )— The mere out- 
line or ekeletion of any subject ( to be 
afterwards developed ) (Apte) 

Bastutthapana^nS) Qi^QGQ SII^Q 91 S)^ W- 
f|Q G^f«9 ^«^Q ^1901^1— The produc- 
tion of any incident in a drama by means- 
of magic or coojuratiOH (Apte). ., ., 

Bastupama A kind of simile. 

[ g— ©3$OI6$ R^l© 6 €^£fe^ 9g«?fQ SMS^ 

' ^ «jgm j?i;fl©i« g««- o ai< ©i^l ^ fl| wia- 


<93*» 


( +**? ) 


<?9 


aw i aai— qw m 999, go? acQiep, Qaai© 

09 Q9 09919 ©go G9G9 ©iq googftii 

e^icaaw l ] 

OftH-q°. 9. (9^ ai^L— 9ig 95*91 + «*1993G9 ©Sj 

Bastya g^GQ 9lS ©qaio ) — Qlqgiff) aoiQj ^9 — 

Residence^ abode; house. 

^>$— 53°. 9. (Qfi y|$=2fl£l9©9Q9l + 99<S. ft aiOlfiq 

Bastra ciqiQ saw© ©99i«)— V I Wj fiJQI— 
1 # Cloth. ^ | GQ|<ai93 QTO9— 2. Dress; 

apparelj garment. 
•04 «[* fl— Q°. 9. ( 9fl OO x5 9* +4$ 9 )— 

Bastra kuttima t | gg©iq 5 q$%1; ©^-— 1. Tent. 
-? I aoap/-QOI— 2. Umbrella, 

04 q»— g°. 9. ( ?q1 oo ; 9^+39 ;— 

Bastra giuha ©j^ qgjf . q^qiq — Tent. 

04 9® — s°> 9. ( ?<sl 9©j 9*+gg ) — 

* Bastra grantbi 8^?(9I %QlQ 9Q3 919; QicS — 

Knot of the lower garment. 
04 ©G^QO— 9°. 9. ( £$1 ©©J— Gai9l — 
Bastra nirimejaka Washerman (Apte). 

(9Wefi©9l— «Qi%a) 
04 qSoi— 9°. 9. *1. <9*+4e9l)— Q9IQ B$QI— 
Bastra putrika A doll made up of rags, 

04 GO— q°. M. ( *qi ©©; 9^+90 ) — 

Baatra puta ©a<3t| ga eqaiQqoi; 9GIGQ Qtil 
81Q3191— Filtered through a cloth, 
^4 OQiq— g°. 9- (9fl1 ©©)— Gai<ai9G9 3949— 

Baatra bilasa Foppery in dress (Apte). 

94 Qm— q°. 9. ( §9i 9^+^aa 3 *9©9 )— 391 6 
Bastra bhuahana 3Q£(9 — Dress and ornaments 

•«4"CTOQ— 9°. 9. ( #$1 O© )~Q9© — 
Bastra bhedaka Tailor (Apte) 

(9$g«ni— aoiqs) 

-04 ©310-3°. 9. (^1«o)— eof«8 9*Q Q0I9!9 
Bastra joni (aai— $Q\, Qlt, G*tt)— The mater- 
ial of cloth f 

04 QtO— *•. 9. (9$9lg; aiOlf K] 9*9 9«9 %<)— 
Baatra ranjana Qjja #9— Safflower <Apte).. 

04I9IQ— 9°. 9. (^^©i 9%4-*KH9)— ea§ OSO 
BasJrSgara %CUG$I- 9^181 <J— War-drobej a room 

in which dress is kept,^ _ 


04ia«— a°. 9. (9^1 9©; 9^+a8s)— ^_atQ qis»; a^$ i 

Bastranchala 919 — The hem of a garment5 

(9*l$— TOiqp) . the end of a cloth, 

941Q9— q°. 9. ( 9$ ©©; 9*+sig© )— fijalO «qt9— 

Bastrfibhaba Want of cloth. 

04IQS0 ^5° OQHiQ — 3°. W-3TO Ga^OIGQ 

BastrabhSbe sutram dadyat <si§ <t qsii £9919 

9y a&, SJS1I SGSJ G99l^ SSfl 9H^ Gfl 
g©G© «5 < OJ2I ^91 G9Q «tl* 9W% 991 
9G9 <@ 99 SWICJG9 < 9I9h 9 c 19 , g© ^<i — 
A Sanskrit sentence used in cases where 
the direction for giving a piece of cloth 
is observed by substituting a piece of 

hread in its place. 
I 081^3°. 9. («9+fll ai^+a+r — 21931; ^i— 
Bast ha Condition, 

Q§— q°, 9- (9^aiSL+o)— K I (+ol 9) 9Qi ; flff^— 
Basna 1. Hire^ wages (Apte). 5 | (+qj9. 9) 9ig 
9$QI — 2. Dwelling; abiding (Apte), 

• I ( +0Q*. 9 ) XQ; Q^— 3. Wealth. 
ubstance(Apte). v | (+gj o) QCII— 

4. Cloth. * | egQi — 5. A skin (Apte). 
9 I 99i — 6. Price (Apte). 9 j q^ — 

7. Death (Apte) 
OQO— S\ 9. (9% a|^+0©)— OflM|1i 95199Q— 
Basnana Girdle; zone (Apte) 

9€jen— «i°. 9, (93 aiq+oofl. ©3+?b) — ci^j Gaal— 

Basnasa Tendon; nerve (Apte). 

of o— *•• 9«. ( 9S+9© ) — 991 91 wqi^iq q$j© 

Basaika (9*1^) — Mercenary; hireling. 

05^(ai§)— W— I * ^ Q 0Q9I— I. To carry. 
Bah (root) 3 I g9l@© G99I; 9§©:— 2. To flow; 

to blow, 
[ 3— <13G9 ©39^ G9IQ 9CWAG9 Q? 6 
g©n^ G9I9 9GS^G9 9© $<1 I ] 

• I OftlQ9l — .To drive; to propel (Apte) 
v ! 91$ ©9IQ G09I —4. To lead on. + | 
9glQ© ©Q9I— 5. To spread; to diffuse, 
9 I 8193 OQ9I — 6. To havej to possess, 
9 \ GO© aGaQ99li 994 >Q9I; G^Q 9Q 
G99I — 7. To take away; to rob; to carry 
off. t I §^91—3. To "wear, (i | otf 
tflQd OQ9I- — 9- To be with child, to \ 
iia< ?l _10.Trodraw. At I G%9 Wh- 


99 


( ****• 


99§ 


11, To sustain j to support, \$ \ 3919 
$Q9| — 12. To marry. v« i 39*1 9§9I. 
2)ftQ9 $&91 — 13. To bear; to suffer; to 
experience, 1* I Qeijq 9IQ9I — 14. To 

breathe (Apte), 

9§ - *. 9*. q;. (99 N ai$_+Q<§, «) n$*\ as gca gqpi 

Baha S2JI— a@|99) — S3 99ft QGQ — Carrying 
<99l-^1) anything 

e. 9.— (99 »i^+q<$. a)— t 1 aiO; 9i9ft— 

3. Conveyance. ^ I $$$« — 2. The 
shoulder of a bull. • | qgjj qg| — 
3. Eoadjpath. * I c*3lS9 — 4. Horse5 
(Apte), * 1 9UJ— 5. Air; wind (Apte) 
*> I qq — 6. River. — p I 9I§ — 7. Arm. 
r 1 (+q#.«) 0Qfli«Gas;^QGSiS3Qfl«i— 
8 ,A measure equal to 4 Dramas. 
* 1 (+$9. a)— W- 

9. Bearing; carrying; supporting. 
'■«99— «• 9.— <- I *WN— 1. Excess. 

Babaka > I TOiiq— 2, Wrong. 

$)S>QI— GQ. M- (*" 9?»)-^t I 9QQI$ 2JQQ§- 

Bahaka 1. Excessive 5 spare 

C^t 5 I *WM — 2 - Outstanding^ 

WQI(e9)QQI— W. 3. ('9W»fa <3©$ %a) - 

Bahaka(ke)ib§ « gG^tOQ^ flW 9Q 9*IQ9li 
ftsfa 9QIQ9I— 1. T ° oause anything to be in 
MW 3: T^RT excess. 5 I SqS 1 ^ Q>QQ9I; Q6JIQ9I 
C5W* G4TO9I— 2,. To inveigle- s> | ££|9^ sfc3 H - 

3f*EPTF Q^j 9Q9I — 3. To cause a person to miss 

his aim. 

l Q9©0l— OT. $- — ^ I *BB9I; 9S > a §>^'; W G99I- 
Bahakiba" 1. To be in excess. J | ^©$919391 — 
fe*Rl *T5l 2, exceed, * ) ^5^ G99I— 3, To 
^g^T miss one's aim. v I Qfl gai«?QQ9l — 

^st^l «t^4t«l 4. To err. 

Bahaki ]iba \ To forget. 

■«9Pa— sin. <«*wg$) w — * 1 9»w— 

Bahangar 1. Strong.^ 

y I a°aQj $%Q$| ^ 2 - Stout; muscular. ~ 
-99©— «r\ 9.— (9^ai§_+5KfL a©)— <. 1 913— 

Bahati It Air. ) I 9ft9 — 2. Ox. * I q©9— 

3. Minister. 


91. 9 t — (^. 9§5) —fl^SQ 99; 9S9I — 

The wick of a lamp. 
Q0G1— 3°. 9* (99 a|§+9(§. 21© + $) — M — 

Bahati River , 

Q9§— 3°. 9, (9^a|§_=«99ft 9Q9I+9& *■%)— 
Bahatu ^ | Qq— 1 Messenger. 

> I g^Q — 2. Traveller. • | $gs} 5 9»9— 

3. Bull; ox, * I ($J9. gq) (G99Q) 9919 

QGQ 99l§9l a$9 a©q<5»% Vfl1q9qL ^ 
€991 — &. (vedic) The conveyance of a 

married wife from her father's house to 
her husband's after marriage. 

Q§19 W Q^ I ] 
0$»— fl. Q. (9^ yi%+^9. afi>)— t I §|Q G9lg9l — 
Babana 1. Carrying of weight. 3 \ acfsq ti|Q^ 
QQ£Jlft — 2, Wearing. «i | ggQ|. g$g— 3. 
Beariug. v | GQI§9I — 4. Flowing; blowing 
*l( +Ql| B 3ft) aiO; 919ft— 5. Con- 
veyance. ^ I Gftfel — 6. Boat; raft (Apte), 
"fWfo €9. §. 9^1 — «1% ^Q; O^a— Soonj 
5Rl^t quickly, 

gfts* «99|til 9S>eQ V9ff I %9^9i «9igao ^9 ! 
Q9©— 9I- 9. (TOi) (^. 9^)—^ I 9Q; »g — 1- Kre. 
B abaci cqlQ e*ia 999, 939 s?i^ 6-3 1 

(9g© — WQi^a) 9°' a ' floc^ 1 I 

gs?ft -^ 1 9Q© ( GQ5I )— 2. Baini ( Sae ) 

9»aq— *. m. (9^ ai^L+«^. «Krq)— M99&* 

Bahamya Giai«ii — 1. Fit to bs carried, 

Q^G»St— W. (0^) ^. W. (*.• 99ft)— €flQi g^9~- 
Bahanena Soon; quickly. 

^[*ifa <Q<* CfllQ C9IQ 9Q, 9^«ftfl aQQ3 I 

99^,1— €Q. 93— t. I ( q'- 999 ) (Blfl) 9§S3IQ g9lj 
Bahanta G9lG©iqg ( ft^ 91 ©Q )— !«. Flowing 
OT^Lnla (water). > | (99ft) 9?q9l— 2, 

SS9SH J % Blowin ^ < wiDd >« 

99$*— W. 9— e l §f Q ^19. 9Q 9I9IQ^l ^ ^ QS * 
Bahanti a°a9Ga§ — 1. The portion of a thatch 
(ft which projects beyond the edges of the 

9S?fri S5rcft veranda below; eave. ^ | 99S) ^M 


993 


( *•« ) 


^9»i« 


ggg|<j 2. Extension of a veranda below- 
projecting thatch. «u I G9?«n§ #Q<$| sfalQ 
^Ifel Q§;9J» ^°« — 3 * Outskirt; suburban. 

(saai-«i 99$ i) 

v. I GQIQ ©SFRQ G3§j *fa! GSQ OI€H *9q 

gif) a^aw 6 ai9iQ «a $?i ««9 ww osra 

' SSI €19021 G9IQ ff ei!<— 4 Outskirts of a 

forest; a strip up forest projecting with 

the open country. 

GQ. 9<a— Q«y ( €93 )— Bahanta ( See ) 

o»a(ai)-w. 9. ( *•- w )— ^ I CW* **w— 

Bahapa(pa) 1. Courage. 9 I a$)j 9Q— 2. 
■ 7& m, *K, *K Strength. 

Bahapakariba 9I$9I— 1. To muster courage 

efrfi ^?rr to do thing, y \ G9fel§ OI& OQQISl 

GO*%l OQQI — 2 - T° trv to do a tn * n S' 

Q99QIQQI— G9. 9-—^ I GQ?SlS ©I£m QQSiqi qi9fl 

Bahapapaiba G99I— *• Having courage to do 

^ *tte*1 ^ thing. 9 | G9?tf§ OIS^^O aiQ9| — 2. 

sfrcrorar ^TOTHT Having strength or power for 

(^99 n§&\— ao«i%fl) doin S ft thin g- 

(aal— < s*J*% §3$ €QI9 9i39iq, 99a aiQ9i 

aid" «nQi 9l| ?) 

G9. £— 21^9^01% $$19 QtQ9r— To get 
encouragement from another to do 

something. 

Q9Q QISM— G9. 5" €9fa8 Oqfll^i 9l£h 9Q9iq 

Bahapa bandbiba sqgq 3199 91 S°9^ 9Q91 — 

a^ffat JlwTmi To resolve to do some difficult 
^ task. 

093a— GQ. 9«. V— * ' 99*1— * Strong, j \ 

Bahapia ^Rt=( 91991 — 2. Courageous. 

(99Q\ 99Ga$— qj) ift*ft 

99310— <a°. M* ( 99^ ai^+Q^ - »© )— ^ l 99l§© 

Babamana G9QC|?i (Ofi) — 1. Flowing (water). 

' * I G9l£ G9l$?i9l— 2- Carrying (a load). 

• I 9SS19I (9/^ — 3 - Blowing (airj wind). 

99Q-G9GQ, 9. («. 99®— QMOQj fljg, ©1919* 

Babara §ft. $°. 99©— GOfOl)— < I 91910— 

333 1. Ship, j l-OMIG 9SJr — 2. A fleet of ships. 

^fl G q. q — v I ( S°. 3^9) 0»Q CNIQ©I — 

, ^^ ; . I. Depth of water. ^ I (q°. 9§IQ) %«WQ §§ 

^SJ$ 9| ^SiQ— 2. Breadth j width. 


gi # q — e 1 (g°. $qoiQ) ©sioiq 91 9q3w- 

qgl — 1, Winding path. 5 1 (qoq GQ9QT' 

$©IQ«SI G^l^i Q ai9£Q Q gJS»(Q^)— 99« - 

'2. Thickness. 

096QQOI— flIGO. (flWQQi 3. (%». g. 99^^!) — 
Bahareiba r 9l9IQ9l*Q Ss^^a— Causative form 

of Bahariba. . 

Q§©— glG9. (gqftQQ^ 9«- (9°- 9§Q) — 99»J Q^ — 

Bahal *" Thick. 

Q®0— g°. M. (Q9 x y|^=99ff 0Q9I+9<S. ««)— ■ 
Bahala e I 9OQ3 9Q5 ©GOIQj %WI— 1. Hard- 
^ ^tp firm, j J 9$Oj 9^ — 2, Great; plentiful^: 
copiouS5 abandant, « | ^G^9 — 5- Many. 
*" I G^l^l — 4>. Thick; tough. 

* I QVj qiQj <39— 5. Denee, ^ | 9^ GSl^ai. 
^1^91— 6 - Shaggy (Apte). 9 , $ e0 lQ 
(99) -7. Harsh (sound), 
S\ 9. (99^+9^. SiQi 40. ff|.999=- 
01910)— l 1 GftlOl) OfiaiQj 01910 — 1. Boat; . 
vessel^ ship. 3 \ <939lb) 3<a — 2. A kind 
of sugarcane (Apte). 
G9. 961— ©$$5 QKJ9 — Shameless; thick- 
^r^<f3T skinned. . 

G9. 9 — * I ( ff. 9§ool ) a^Oii glOfli — 

1, Excess,- 

3 I 9l$ai 90fi>; «QI9€H0 9IOi-«»0 — 
2 Unnecessary waste of words. 

99« 0—9°. 9* (9^§1S5 99»+^9)— aal 03 tr«9i 
Bahalatwacha GQJJOS — The white flowering 

Lodhra tree (Apte). 

990|— «r\ 9. q). (990 + *«)— ^ I G9»l— 1. 
Bahala i. Rafter^ p | 99 aG9QO— 2. Large 

cardamums (Apte).- 
€9.. 9^1— 990 (G9<a) — Bahala (See) 
Q9fcl(G&)QQI— G9. %— t I GOfelf GQQ% 990 
BahalaQe)iba QQ9I; Gfllil 9991—1. To thicken- 
"^^1 -> I (^tiiia) GOf^ 0€ll%*9ICWiQ 9Q9I — 
»TOT*W ^5t=? 2. (fig) To repeat & things 


"99GIQ91 


^ '/*▼•* ) 


9^91 


■-«9fl'6Q)QQI— W. 3(3V99Q| CM. 99W— ^Q^ 
Bahala(le)ib5 §.■€!.) — e I ^ OfllCQ q^lQQI— 
^Tffifa 1. To seduce; to inreigle, J I QfJIQ^I} 
g^5TFTr ^©IQQJj aaiG|9l — 2. To cheat; to deceive. 

Q^fcJSfl G9. 9S1— 99« ( CQ« ) — 

Bahajia Bahama ( See > 

"G>9Q— WW- SIW- CWQIQ) 9. (a) (GOQa) (§Q1^ 

1 Bahas a^o)— ^ I ©WTO; 9MQ9I9— 1. 

Argument, ^ | 2I9IQ9G9 69QS 9I9IQ9IQ- 

2, Pleaders' argument. * | G9fei§ 9H5lQ 

8S6Q SI© 9§9I — 3. Pleading in favour 

of a person, v j 9©. 99IQ — 4 # Dispute 

* I QISfi-^5. Wager; stake in a hazard* 

^93 9&QI— G9GQ. gtSQ. ( W3SQ ) S. ( «. 

Bahaskariba 99SGI ) $-^ | GWf^Q 9%$), QIQ 

69QQ 9Q9I 91 QI9IQ 39 SWifo QQ9I — 1. To 

plead for a person. > \ TOQqiGQ 6M%6Q 

91919919 9$9I— 2. To argue for a party 

in a court. 

■-091 -"3°. $- ( ^\ ai§+e<§. «+£!. a )— wi — 

BahS 1. River. 

W. 9. ( tSQi w %qq scti©^ q°. c-9 )— €9 

99Q 9S9 — One who carries. 

s<W9i wsa, s?a ©9Q c9igqg& i ecoia. qoro i 

jQ»I(69)OT1— W. §- ('9§9t f 9 £!©$%€)) ~$9IQ9| 

, Baha(he)iba (G9«)j TOifliq 9@91 $^| 93Q9I — 

~?$"ft «U1MI To cause to carry or flow, 

^©iq— g\w. (qicmq) 9— «qsqiq <3«l ais— ' 

Bahala A. species of sea-fish. 

^®1§ — W. 9- (S°« 9§9I9) — Q&$\ €jfi (G9$) 

Bahalu Garbhana gachha (See) 

-€>@— GQG9. 9- (81, 9<3!=3619 9I«1, GQISjff; $Q. Q°. 
Bahi 59; g°, €993 W 9S«)— t I WI9 5 g& 
^, ^ft 9g9— 1. Book. ^ 1 QQdf oiqi—2. A 
g^t manuscript book, m \ 9$) q§ — 3, Bound 
book, v 1 §g|Q qg^_4 t Account book, 

* I 9<t99l£jQ «oq 9S£}9 gSI9 9«|Q— 

5. Business accounts, 
<Q§>8— *. SI. ( 9§9 €19 )~9I9I6Q— 

Bahife (99q]9 — 2KJ8) In the outside-, the exterior. 

«w gia— «r. 9— 1 1 ( G9ta3 9^9 W9Q 9191 w 

Babifc prana 391 q®Q g^ e ■ € $fo§ Qn ^ ]^ 
9i^— 1. One's beloved or dear person 
( as dear as one's life); any thing asdaar 

\*9* 


as life (Apte), > | %Qrl- s|9h-*2. Money 

(Apte). 
9Q8 €1ff — 3. 9— «KMI| G9Q9, Q9Q 91 Q»9 9I9JQS 
Bahifc satru ' a^ — Outside enemy; external 
(99<3)« — 8I$8 9p ) enemy. 

Qt(Q)d— W. 9. 4. ( 0°. QQ<SI 3 gl. 9g«l1 )— 
Bahi(i)nl qq^. qq^(| — Sister. 
^?j ^f^t *§fll 9 ctiq ff GitfT gogi q flaiGQ G9 as - 

9@tf— q°. 9. ( 9^ *J|^=»99tt 9Q9l+«?Q^l. Q?) ) — 
Bahitra * | G9f9|. ©Qgi©5 G91Q9J ©191© — 

1. Boat; ehip^ 5 IQfll^ 9f©^flg G^9IQ©- 
QGQ'S — 2, A commander of the demons 
described in the Ramayaaa. 

OS. £*?£Q$ls©Qjg I 

©9Ql§-glG9. (gnsi^Q) §. (^». g. 9g9i9=<ai9i 

Bahidar GG*€19)— ' ^ I G9 §9f^ a^ G^G«1 — 

1. Accountant. > i GS3 9g Q^flQ 9G9 — 

2, Book binder. «r> | q«wq$ 9Q3fll©Qr Qg|^ 
9GQ<a — 3. A family-title of the Karaiias in 

Sambalpur 

99© — giG9. ( 09*31 qsi ) 9 ( $a. §Ql )— 9€je»l — 

Bahin Sister. 

9©»l— GQ. 9^Q9I ( G9« ) 

Bahina Baina ( See ) 

€)§9i— W. 3. ( sr». pq^ai^)— 

Bahiba < | 99Q OWI — 1. To carry. 

^1 €I5_0€JC2'1 ©S«l C9GQ 9!«1 9§g I 

^3TT «MSK Q9IQQ Q^ , 

-> I (G5198) g91§9 G991 — 2. To flow (said of a 

current). 

?% QO ©iSp Q9Q 8iiG« I Qgu C9CWB»OK|- 1 

* I (999) q$© G99I — 3. To blow (said of 
the wind), o | (gq«j) BIQ918© G99I — 4. To 

pass (said of thne)^ 

*l€99G9aiQ« ©Q^!; QQiilO 9Q9I— 5. To 
bear on the body; to wear; to put on. 

W99€5» SH$9I SWI 90 $9 

9 I 39GQ aiQ« 9Q9I— 6. To entertain; to 

feeU 


«£9 


( ---*«** , ) 


985?i9* 


9 1 (OW) aiQ<a qqqi— .7. To bear (a name). 

©» 9^ 0©£\ fflft^ $§g 1 9399. «9tQ00. « I 

r 1 qcQIj QGQ9 9Q9I— 8. To enter. 

<! I G©fa§ glQq 89i SIQq 991 QIQ «§9ft 
9Q9I*— -9» To go outj to leave a place; to 

start from a place, 

e° I (CQ<3>3 Q$, flp)— flQ9 G99l$ AQ9I- 
13. ( blood; pus ) To come out ( of the 

body ), 

99Q— W. W. I %- *«* gi. 983 )— t I 9*Q— 
Bahira 1, Deaf. 5 | 933 (919) — 2. Deafened; 
^■fat stunned (said of the ears). • | G9laa&flG 
*5tf$ sf?*T (99QI)— -3. Deadened to touch; made 
(98Q— -Wl) insensitive to touch (said of skin), 

GQQGF— *. 93. ( 9$9l8j 98«=9I9IG9+afir )— 
Bahiranga « | 9I9IQG9 ^91 — 1 . Belonging to or 
<«$QCt— 98qe) staying outside, j \ atfiqlsjj 
(9§Qa©l — 9) 9Q — 2. Foreign; not closely 

related. 

« I <3QQ 98$©— 3. Not belonging to 

a party. 

3. 9 — V I WWfl^ 9%^— l - Stranger, j | 9q 

91 QQ9|€iQ 9I919Q GQ9— 2. Outsider. » j 

gg _3. Enemy. 

Q8Q— G9. 9— <■ I (*• 9^Q, gi. <?8Q) W* 9h§— 1. A 
Bahira deaf person. $ | («• 9$q;7. 09G§<g) Ot^d 
^t*fl ©fi^-2. A bird of prey allied to the kite; 
q^CX the peregrine falcon; Falco Peregrinufl. 

bral; ^fafofl [ 5 — <9f <9 g9iQ 9i°gial aal; gi^ 

%ft; «^ ^ 9io $H <fr 9IGO13 99 1 « aiq gQQ 

GQS aste ItelQ qq 44. 491 c«h© 91 qjq serai 

99 6 QQ3 5 Q^$}» 6 0*Q 0©Q fl|<3 Q^Q I 99 

* I 9!£ 91 Q«:ei — 3. The hawk; the 
goshawk, v 1 o ©IG)*3 8«M — *• Goat- 
sucker. * | 910 €>§ $>Qm» 9Q9I Oicf 
,j -. ;, j. 9i9$9 9IQaC9IQs$I 91 9I$5?H- 5.> A very 
■ heavy wooden sledge-hammer used for 

• , y .,■• ... §splitting up logs of wood. 


£9. 9«— 98Q (G9«l) — Bahira (See) 

98qafl9— s. 9. (9g8 +*$»)— 919193 **§9i— 

Bahirag&mana Coming outj emerging. 

98€J— GQ. 9— 9§q (wa.) 

Bahiri Bahira ( See ) 

©«€»#-*. 9. (984+Q^q)— og, o|, 01991,. 

^ahirindriya ©51 d ^9 <1§ * Q^q — The five 

external organs of sight, hearing^ smell,- 

taste and touch. 

99Q%©— 91- W, (*•. 98 ^9)— 98$9 (G9ffl) 
Babiribhuta ^tfel ^T^: Bahirbhuta (See; 

QfittO — e. 9^1. V. (Q@8+C!9) — <. I 9I9IQ3L SIQW 

Babirgata 91 a§q9l — 1. Come outj emerged; 

(98^ — ^1) gone forth; gone out 5 i 9I9IQGQ 

(a^sfo— 93^39) ^91— 2. Staying or situated 

outside. * 1 qa9^ (8. a.) — 2. Separate. 

Q8Q&9 — *. 9. (98H-Clfl©)— QI^IQSl^ 19 * 51 ^^ 1 " 
Bahirgamana Going outside. 

Q8^l€l1— «. 9. (98*+9Wl) — <W*13 GQIQRl— 
BahirdasI IMaid servant^. 

«864(eQ r )€I— ff. 9. (98« + €9a)— t I9I9IQ9K3— 

Bahirde(rdde)sa 1. External side. 

y I QQiaQ QQQQ9 — 2. Exterior; outside. 

* I QtilQ 9I9I€J€» « Q €I — 3 - Outskirts of a 
village (where people ease themselveB) # 

* I 919 91 9QQ<3ft giO— 3. A place with- 
out a town or village (Apte.) - 

TO* 5 * C9. 9-— 6Ql«qai3flQlj ^l9ieCTQ9l— 
HJ^srifttH Going out to answer tbe calls of nature. 

©§6Q ; (€«')€i 9oi— G^. «• — 4191 csrwiq S9I— ■ 

Babirde(rdde)SA jiba To go out to answer the 

^fe^t ^te^Tl +H^^trf^RT calls of nature. . 

[9— OCT QIQSI9IQ gOffl9 Q QQ I QQSQ %Q- 
9itQ 9991% QI^Q 98GV3% SI^GR I O^ 

^C^Q* 'Gaia&aia* '9I9IQ3.' 91 '^QQl^ 391 219 

09 9Q9<V9 9Q9I aaG9 9 e f9$9 G9IQ^@ 6 §9SQ 

9191 4 90GIG9 9l9i 511^^1 3QWQQ 919919 
;. C9lQ8d I 999<ilQie^ GQ€9 e«7© QQ9l%9^€)<9l^ 

6 cxa *i9$ 991% 6fn«Q.cai«^.-.fl9i-4 8«fe9 

G€H«9»tffl J Q'qi ®1Q| %9h)^1 9^91 »^ 69IQ0K1 i] 
G^Q-flt. 9. (98» + 9IQ)— 9l9IQ9 : Efl*9 — 
Babirdw^ra ; v -- *- :>The outer gate. 


^v 


«gS»Q 


( -W9 ) 


9W^^«r. Q-~(98>+W»— < f aa' oca G9l^C9«H 

Bahirbali See notes under Arsa) 

(s$*ft— ©a<3js>) <9g©iQ eia Gqacq 49-1919© 

QI9IQ Sl« 9l9G9 9i9lQ9IJ3©iaagG9©Q&lf9l— 

Blind piles. 

©99iit®H— s. 9. (99* + 9i3s>i) — v i *egi©j aaai 

Bahirbanijya G9S^ 9699^ a ««* GgStf — 
(fl^NS©*— 93*31®) l t Export trade. 

> I QQ Ctfl (93919? aOSQ flehCQ ©§qoi 
©igjd — 2. International trade. * I G94JI- 

$q^ esa^ii GQsiqt Q^^ 39sQ aoqo— 

3. Import trade, 
€>99"Kl-€9.9. (988 + 913)—* I G?S9fllGG «?gcK*is 
Bahirbasa q|Q| qqgq casf QQI §$ 81$ — 

1. A piece of cloth worn by ascetics 

round the lions over the strip of rag 

tucked about the privities. 5 | g^qq 

^w ^qq — 2. Outer sheet put round the 

upper part of the body, m \ ^iqiqgq 

S9§fS> — 3, Residence abroad. 

©WW— 3.9. (69«©©' 999*1 j9$» + ?l9)—CQ6j 9919 

BahirbSha 919 G©fa§ a©ietel a©i$9§ 9© 

©1©1©6G Q£ 2IW — An Outer current; 

exosmosis. 
e . w# — g|9| (G9Q ©qt ?*©) G9SQ 9I<?IQ*IQ^ 
9© 31© &« — Flowing or running out- 
wards (said of a stream) 

Q Q9»rei«|K|— w. 9. (age© 9«© aaqsi)— ©as" 

Bahirbahl snayu tflGflqiff Q§% ?C^9 6 " 6) 

3©«i a°€MW 9g ©<1— Arteries. 

©$9©IQ-s. 9. (9fi»+wiQ)-3Qa cqeii qg$A 

BahirbikSra G9SI$ — Syphilis (Apte;. 

©§?W>— *. 9.— Q®/{ tySfc OQQiaOl — 

Bahirbyasana Licentiousness; immorality; 

(QtfWn— W. 5!) lewdness- 

©9&» — S. 9«. (V$8+^ *%+a)— 9l9t; 9r?t96Q 

Bahirbhaba ^91— External. 

Bahjrbhaga Outside; external part. 

(a^q f a^W©) 

©Gtffe— k. W. (9§a+^> ai$+©<g. ©)— v l©8«©- 

^abisbbttta 1, pooe fojtb. > I 9S?«-^. ; ,-. , 

(©S^JW— %U . 1 2 < Abftjttdpned. * 1)96^3 ©^9~ 

■•"(tSM^^WQ©) v ; j' 3. Expelled; driven out. 


(9gQ9— 9) v I fiffl© (aaq)— 4. Past; expired* 
(time) * 1 QI9IQ6Q g©| — 5. Situate 
outside; outside the scope of; beyond the 
boundaries of. £ | siflGOIGSIiCil— 6 Care- 
less; inattentive. 

*tfel C9. ©«-( 2BG9S ©I Q9IQ >— fWOOTy 
mgC a©ltf«r— 1. Disregarding one's wish or order 
^ I a«Hai«j© — 2. Performed or done 

otherwise 

99qei — a* w. — (9^8 j 9@8+qfl)— ^ 1 91919 q9 

Bahirmukha ©|<?|Q **©% 9<5V98 — 1' Facing; 
outwards^ with the face turned outwards;; 
turning one's face away from. 5 | Qqet; 
aqQ» a — 2. Averse from; indifferent to.- 
• I 9l9i9SgiS!§ — 3. Much addicted to- 
worldly or outer matters, 
v 1 afflQ ©§€19 — 4. Coming out of the 
mouth (Apte). 
g. # ^ _CQQ©I— God; deity. 

©9oi«l(©)— *.©• (9@S+iaiS>l;QIO) — GQQQ ©(©IQ^^ 
Bahirjatra(na) QQ|— Expeditionj excursion (Apte> 

©fifi^— ». 9«. (9§?l§j ©fi«+W) (OT8©)— q?C©I^T 
Bahirlamba ( ^Q©;_Obtuse-angled ( triangle )- 

(Apte).. 

©§&"— e. ©. (9§8=©I9IGQ g©f©+ft9)— aoiaQTi^ 

Bahirlipi 91 ©^Q©»l9GQ*a — A rhetorical- 

(a^jS £ — 9a<3©) composition in which the lst r 
{©tfiaQI— a©nqq) 2nd or any other letters of 
the successive lines, when put one after- 
the other, mak« out a meaning intended' 
to be conveyed by the composer; a 
poetical composition in which the inten 
tion of the author becomes patent by 
putting a particular letter of each line, a a 
opposed to Antarlipi in which the 
meaning i£ latent or lies hidden in the 
words which are got in answer to the 
questions put in the successive lines. 

.s«w^iwtiaa«fl.«^oa 9d ©3iQGQG«i^ 
..•■saofltpQ^i^vcaft' ?i9»- ^©, ©§^ qsw 

,. \, flG»lQ9 9*5 f4 .1- ;«9ff Q09K? 9© »*» 


*«9 




9$ Mffil 


G38 aosHwr a«>% gav'9i gig agQaioqr ai^tpa 
■«i 9giQG« «0V9 seaisp 9<c§ §« I agfiacQ 

Q©9$T flGS>!Q9 eigff§S> (latent) ej|<] f 9g§8TO 
<9\ 9§Q§Q 91 3919© ( patent or apparent) 
0M I ■ 

9SQ9Q QQI9Q3 8 — 

^ro§ ©iq] gocQ eacej ^aa©, 

99 Q€ QC9 9G9 <isg qoa— 

a. (9)$ qai Q!^a i e« «m>oi ow t (9Q) 

A («)© G3»3 ! TO <L<S 9SQ 9<^tf ? (Q©) 

■■*. (9)Qtf ©q©l i TO§ egi© q&Q ? (90) 

*. (Q)9^ qC& ! 9i§ ejg g9^a ? (99s) 
*. (8)3 ! S9§ a$Q aiqe sqQQ ? (q«l) 

p. (9i)eoift eg agio gicicqc ? (aio) 

?. (0)Q Q<5©l ! 9^Q G9§ 39©iQ ? (QQ) 

>r. (a)S<OTl ! ew ^a<a si9iG99sjei ? (acfl) 
ag&a awi 9gCa gleg qpi 
$5$i qsqi 9g> sq9© gsi i 
93QG| OT9 G9IQ Qq«1 q€q 
6f G9 ^ 3^ 99 a£*ao oq 
SI9IQM 99$ 9lflqQGG gOI€J 

QG9QQS. ©$9l9S9GS19q I 
,<Q\ 9§S§GG) C 9Q 9£.S «l|©g* g©f© 9Qg l 
<91 «fch QgSSTO G3§ 919*1 SQQI99 9$_@ I £ ©§© 
Q9GQ ©§9 3§Q $QQ (Q€j)- <§gQ QQ9Q1 31© 

aQG© gp\ S£Q q^q QQQiciqr gera aaoaioor 

a© Gft &h *©q 9G<a flicg* 9i9i G99 i ] 

'©MQ— «. 9fl. ( 9S8+OQ ai^— aq«?QQ9i+«<§. 

Bahisohara a )— * | G3§ 9i§ QlSQ 91 Q9Q 

<98«q— %1) 9I9IGQ 9Q€}tf 9€Q-*1. Roaming 

outside the village or home (Apte). 9 | 

9l9i—2. External 
*. 9^ qolGj 9SQI— Crab. 

"9§% — «..9fl. (9g8 + W8IG3 9)— 9I9 6 !— 
Bahishka (q§*| — §|) External; outer. 

«Q9%Qd-tf. 9- (9§S+9Q<a)— V 1 9I9IQ 9€i6QQ|j 
Bahishkarana ©§>GQ9li GqQQc— 1. Removal; 

^8*lQ laoqon ex P ,jlsion ; expeJling 3 driving 
9felTqi J ™ away. ? 1 9»0— 2« Abandoning^ 
rejection. • i ®$%\<§ 9Q9I— 3, Making a 
discovery. V j ©|©0«l©— 4, Excommuni- 
cation. * J-QKVK^I — 5. External organ. 


Bahiahkxuta QSiaiQ at<I— 1. Expelled; driven 

(9§^0I— g|) out; turned ojat. ^ | aifflg^©— 2. 

Removed. * | 9C-s>— 3 Rejected. 

09%Jg— ff. 9. (9g8+«lg)-9l9lQq9l9IQ QIQ39I— 
Bahishkranta Emerged; gone out; come out, 
(9g9%Jg — ««h%,fl) 

0$€qi— e. 9. (998+$qi) — 99^9^1 (G9«) 
Bahishkriya Bahishkarana (See) 

TO. 9— «I9IG£TQ9I »^— 

Act of easing one's self. 

o«?IO— tf. a- (98i+fllo)— WIQCQ — 

Bahisthat On the outside; abroad (Apte). 

Qg— ff. 961- (909 3IQ— q§ eiQ91+©(§. % G« ty<$ 
Bahu aio) — e i 9?q — 1. Great; large, j \ q@©j 

(9^,991—^1) B»9 — 2. Many. • | a TO «i— 3. 
Innumerable, v i G99^9 — &* ExceBsive; 
* I fJCGj 9^Q — 5, Much. ^ | sia«ig — 
6. Very. $> | 9lQ°9IQ $9 — 7. Repeated 

(Apte), 
tf. £. 9€I— ? I aSHg — 1 % Much, 5 | aQ<H3Q- 
qfia — 2. Exceedingly; greatly. 
TO. 9. (9\ 9a)— 99^ (TO«)— Bahu (See) 
TO. $— (9@9! «qiG aff)Q| *q ty^q e 900 
^^ ^^^ aolQ^ai? 9^ (G3) gGSP 9h9§©)— 
**& G% 99ff 9%— Let him carry. 

©§«—?. 9. ( 9§+9 )— t I Wti 9«9I— 1. Crab. 
Bahuka j t 39 9 | agQ «jq— 2. A plant; 
Asclepias Gigantea. m | Q|Q*iQ • 9(99 
091 — 3. The white-breasted water-hen 
v I 003199; TO Gai«<31 G«IIGQ— 4. Digger 
of a, tank. * | 39* — 5. The sun (Apte). 
fl°. 9tf — 99QG9 ^O — Dear-brought (Apte). 

09^49— ^. 9. <9$2l»)-l I <J9S9IQ 9«3ia q,Q^ 

Bahukantaka 1 % A prickly plant; Hedysarum 

Alhagi. j |@glo — 2. Marshy date treej 

Phoenix or Elate Paludoaa. m \ qq g««SQ 

qg — 3. A small medioinal plant; Ruellia 

Longifolia. 

©9«<WI— ?. 9, < 9§9<TO +a)— a«<?M q,Q— 
BahakaritakI A medicinal plant of narcotic ; 
properties; Solanum Jacquiuai. j 


9$©flfl 


( +**<i ) 


q^9> 


Bahukanta The prickly nightshade, 

©9<K> — ff- 9 — €j€$; 6qa — The wild arum; Arum 
Bahukanda Campanelatum. 

©§«Q e. 9— V I €JJ — *• Camel. s | aQSSil 

Bahukara 9i&-2. A laborious person. 9 | qigfcw 

Si^]; G9 <3Q <$QI« — 3 - A sweeper; a 

cleaner. 
(Q$Qq— ti) S- 9<3. ££— <* I 9MQ1- 1. Indus- 
trious (Apte). j- 1 sewgeiGQ QSSig 
91 9WW©aiCh — 2 - Useful In many- 
ways ( Apte ) 

Bahukari A broom. 

Q§>9f«|— S. 9 — *WWn €1&— A medicinal plant; 
BahukarnnikS Salvinia Cucullata. 

Bahukaii aGQ — Multiphase 

Q^QIO— 3. 9.„ ( Q&lj 9$ + Qi» )— 3G«Q 9S; 9§ 
Bahukala gg£j —A long time 

Q^Qiea— W. W. ( *- 9§9lftl9 )— eiGW QffQ; 
Bahukalia 9$9lttl£> — 1. Of long standing; an- 
^^ft*l3 cient; old, j \ ^ ( 9^ ) — 

qg?rf^re»T (9$9©$2fl— «Qh%0) 2 Old ( person }, 

©^Qlfifo— 5. W. ( P^IO+«Jff )—t I 3GW 99^ 
Bahukalina ^91 — 1* Of long standing; chronic, 

5 I q^QQ— 2. Ancient; old. 

Q^QO— S. 9. ( 0§5l§; 9$+G&' )— q*MQG9Q; 

Bahukarchcha <QgQ|Q sgl^Q^a— A kind of 

excellent cocoanut with sweet kernel. 

©9G©«jo— *. w. (W? aQq«i)-awiQ s§ gqg 

Babukendraka ag-~ Multinuclear. 

©^69i«— «. w. ( W>9Qq«H )-s»9i ^ies, 9$ 

Bahukosha £Q|<a Sg — Multicellular. 

G>$9fl— *. m. %!• ( 99+afl ai§ + 9<§. a )— 1 1 gs 

Bahukshama 9§G©9 SgatGQ — L Capable of 
(9QS31 — $1) much endurance. > | 3§| — . 
(Q^^GOi — 9) 2. Patient, m | 9GQ9 flflialo— 

3. Very forgiving. 
<g t ^ %|^9G9€ — A deified Jaina saint (Apte 1 ) 

Bahukshira 9$^a (SM) Bahudugdha (See) 


Q^flfi— ST. M. ( 9$9l§; 9§ + Ct$ ) — «is;a$9ef% 

Buhugandha qqi 9l90iqo — ^trong-scented; 

S. 9- V I qoqogj W aaW«(9G€!S— 

1. Olibanum. ^ | G©98§) — 2. The cassia 

leaves, en \ ©|ft©g> — 3, Cinnamon^ 

©@€1®QI— 3. 9- %1 ( 9$-fQ©+9l al$+Q$> w + *'* 
liahugandhada n )-QM Musk ( Apte ). 

G>@GIS>I— tf. 9. %1- < I ©&Wfc— 1. Tne bnd ° f 

Bahugandha Champaka flower. ^ | SqQI;. 

fl§— 2. Arabian jasmine, • | QfilGflQ — 

3. The black cumin seed; Aligela Indica, 

Q@gfi1— «T- 9S (Q§Ql§) — t I 9^qjSI9Sqi— 1. Having 

Babuguna many qualities, j \ 9Qg^9a^ — 

2. Having many threads or strings* 

9QG|a— *• W( 9^183 ^+9ff )-©8° Q ^9; 
Babugmtbi €163* Q^a —Knotty. 

( 9$s2© — «IGW%a ) ^. 9 — ^I^Clfi —The tama- 
risk tree; the aspen ( tree ) 
Q@g@— <J. W ( $$9l§; «»9+99*»« )"9§GQ 
Bahugraha 9^© S9ISI qqi< — Capacious; having 
the capacity to hold a large quantity 

Bahujalabiushti Copious outpour of rain. 

Q$ G, %~~ e - M- %! ( ^§51§ )— eia^l— Talkative; 
Bahujalpa (9§©HI — ^l) loquacious^ 

9§@— %- W. ^. ( <??+« aift+«4- a )— v 1 gs^ 
Bahujtia WQQQ 9*3^ &IG^l — 1 Knowing much. 
(9§a— %l) > I «0 991^—2. Very learned. 

* I 99QQT-S. Experienced^ 

Q§@— GQ. 9— <©OI«t^ ©«— 

Bahurda A kind of grass. 

Q^@1— gi€9. ( 6SIWTO3 «0 Sl^i §?• ^ ^?1 = 
Babnzdi 9iO^»9^) 9— G9l$; 9a— 

Daughter-in-law^ 
GQ. 9— 9$0 (GQ'S) — Bahurda ( See ) 

Q§e— GQ. W ( ». $$3 SL Q - e - flSP=ill- 9?» ) — 

Bahuta ^ | 9<g ; 9^0—1- Many, multifarious 

^^ *S3 9 I »©^j flS® — 2 . Much. • 1 3«>^9— 

3. Excessive, v I «^9 9Q99 — * Exten- 

sive, * 1 g^Q^aQiig — 5. Abundant^ 




^*^* 


■9$®* 


( ***• ) 


• %?\qs> 


G9. «. 9d 6 9SQ 9«. (S p . 9§Q8> — t I «GW 
flQWdGQ — 1' la large quantity ^ | aG»9 

9*159 2. In many -ways. •> I a9i$ — 

3. "Very mucb. 
G9. 9 ( ^$9139 ) -V S*«HI— 

( euphemism ) Number '1*$ one. 
[5— aiQ ottydaica gaa qqdfc ata ai@9lC9GO 

^>g$t— a. «- 9<a. (99+M)— -o$ai 5 9§g9isG9 3 

Bahutah aGflQ^lGa— Id many ways; in various 

ways. 

-Q§©<&© — 3. 9«. (9§ + «tf + 9)— a W «* 91 OIQ 

Bahutantrika # ^9^ — Having many wiresj fibroug- 

(9<£9<i|— Stff^Q) many-fibred. 

999Q-- e. w. {Q§+«saai^o aa.o asGQ 9»)-- 

Bahutara v | a$iG99j aG39i$9 C9S — 1. More; 

more excessive; greaterj larger^ j \ aGOSl . 

ty<2t a$9 M*l&— 2. More numerous, •» 1 

a© a$9 — 3. Very great j very large. 

^§©i(9)— *. 9-' [9$+39iaGQ Ol (S)]— 

Bahuta (twa) *. | a^QH — Excessj multifarious- 
ness. > I 9l$Qi; giOfli— 2. Plenty. 

abundance. 

^§«a— «r, 9. (9$+q9«i&€«. ©a)— * i aero©*!, 

Bahutitba aG99«? 9a%G«l?4-l- One out of 
many, j \ 9§WnQ— 2. Multitudinous^ 
numerous; many. • | a^^Q — 3, Exce~ 
ssive; much, v | £qq — 4, Abundant, 

^>9«jjg— e. 9<a.— * 1 (©s + ^swaro 9§ ; qtoqi©) — 

Babu tiuna M$Qj ©<3 9^. 9€Qe— 1- Like 
grass. 5 1 (93^ 9$+e«a)— Ga$- 
OIGQ 9GQS QI9 QQ 3(4—2. Giassy. * I 
Gi?£J; 99 — 3. Insignificant (Apte). 
3. 9 — £ I 89a — 1. Meadow. 5 \ Q|ggp| 
§§ — 2. A grassy plot of land. 

^§§9— S°.9. (9§+^Q ; a^lQ^QIfi^G^gt^g) 
..ahutwak ^$ ^g — Tbe birch tree. 

^$@— a\ «. m. (9$+si9w«fl«a c . jp)— 1 1 99 

Bahutra g|QM; 3G99 gaGG— 1. In many places. 
3 I SGQQ 3QIGQ— 2. In many ways 

(Apte). 


9§Q— $°. M. Q° 
Bahuda" 


(9$+9l al%+9$. a)— 99IQij ' 
W?q|Q — Munific^ntj liberal, 

Babudamshtra aG99 9|ft 2114 — Having many 

^Q ^ — 4) . teeth » 

QgQQfl — q°. 9<3. q? (9§+9S61=QQ|Q) - C I 9QIO«t 

Babu dakshina a^iQIQ — 1. Very liberal; muni- 

(?^ QfltfU — %1) ficent. 

9 I G3^ 91QGQ 9§© QStil! ^wai4— 
2. (a vedio festival) Attended witb various 
presents and offering?. 
9§Q§1— q°. W. q;. (^+90 dl%J-o<J. Qff ; iq|. 19) 
Bahudarsi ^ ( 9^5 G3 9§B 9^^ gQf ^|<j j 
(Q^O€!Q— aO^>€) 3QQQ1 — 1. Experienced. 

(95QC10I— Q) 2. Observant. • | ^?n— 3. Wise, 
v I ©I&I9I& Q^SQ— 4. Prudent. 
9§Qfi— SP-W. (9^g; 9§+QO)— 9^0 Q^ Q| 
Bahudala a|«9l9S^| — PolypetalouSj having 

(99909 — ^) many petals. 

0§<jej-g«. 9« # {9^^§ 5 9§+^)— gi9IOIG9 og© 
iiahu dugdha ^aa qi ^oa qq Qg etl<l — Having 
abundant milk or milky juice, 
*T. 9*— GdltKI — Wheat. 

0990*1— *». m. A (9930+4. a)~99g1q ; gsj^ 

Bahu dugdha q\q a^99 QQ9|tflG9 3&J 94— 
<9^3|g — a9i%9) (a cow) Giving much milk. 

©9$Sg©r— 3V 9-4(9g+^a+9+^. Q)~^| Q| 
Bahudugdhika 9^QS — The Euphorbia (plant) 
Q§ §^-9°. Q4. gL°.(9£9l§)— €K>" a^QQl — 
^ahudroshta Much experienced (Apte). 

(9^1,1— ao^qa) (9§<}%l- %} ) 

9§M9 q\ 9. »*W$ 99+W)— flCK) a©— 

Bahu dhana To^much riches. 

3°. 9«. q° (9^@) — W ^«I— Very rich, 
Q§*H— q». a. (99+aoiqacQ. 1 "ai)«i I 9$ sgiqgsj- 
Bahudha 1. In many ways; manifoldj in vari- 
ous ways, j 1 3sqq 219— 2. Many a 
time. * f 3G99 €H«IGQ— 3. Into many 
branches, v | ^aqfiEQ— 4. Repeatedly- 

several times. 
^»@yi^9— q°. 9«.— *. i q|i9— 

Bahudhak^uta I. Multiplied (Apte). 


9$aiQ 


( ***! ) 


9$ 9«^ 


2. Published broadcast; divulged (Apte). 
99fcllQ— q°. 9.- (99^; $>9+aiq = S!a gi$qci; 
Bahudhara Gj<g<} 9i£— - T be thunderbolt of Indra 

99919— e. 9. (©^85 99+919)— aer— 

Bahunada Coach-shell fused as a trumpet). 
©§a§1«— ff. 9«S1. q.°-(^+0g1+9)— 3I91Q awo 
Bahupatnika qasi aiagj — Poligamous; polyan- 
[99 a?l9©l($)— 9] drous. 

Bahu patra 1. Onion, j | sjqq a|§— 2 Mica 

3°. M — Q$0flQI ai<SQI9€f«|| — Many-leaved 

polypetalous, 

99001— 3°. 9tf — ( 9939+3^) (999 aQqsi ;— 

Bahupadi ^ | 99 ©Q$iq§-1. Multiped- 
2 I ( Sl3© ) O^qSfflWQ— 2. ( mathe- 
matics) Multinomial, 
Qfy&>4 (ID— S°. M — (Q^Ql^i 99+8$) — 2£QQ ap 
Bahuparnna (rnnl) ©(fyj 9939, 9$QQ— HaviDg 

many leaves, polypetalous. 
3°. V— qgSQ qg ; ^Q^S^I CIQ— Chhatiana (See) 
0§Q|<5(^)— q». 9— [9931$- 99+aiQ (9)]— ©^fl — 
Bahupad(da) The Banyan tree. 

( 9909— «9«iq,a ) 
Q@q?l— «P. 9— (99§1§)~ * I 9V© -1, Nimba 
Bahu puahpa tree. s | ai»ajS gg — 2. The coral 

tree. 

Q§gs>~g°. m. v (9931^ 99+ gei)— 1 i aero 

Bahupraja qg]Q qqq §§^ __i Having many 

(9^ g©l— fl) offsprings 5 | q><$ 9919^ — 

2. Populous. •> i erg9iQ- 9§erQ— 

8. Prolific. 
tf\ 9— « I €[99— 1. Hog, j. J q&®tf— 

The Munja grass, 

'OfgQ—g . m. g° (99+39)— seag qiqqIq — 

Bahuprada (99991 - oj) Very munificent. 
9993-3°. 9tf. %| (9^+9^=69 39*9 339 9C€>) — 
Bahuprasu 99 3$I9 g399l9«1 (.aj )— Very 
(99 fl€pi— 2l^a) prolific (woman). 

•9§ffG— ST. 93. g° ( 9§9l§ ; 9^+£TO )— * | g|9|Q 

Bahupha]a (G3^ ^€j) 9$© era a|« — 1. Bearing 

(9$GTQl — 3,1) many fruits; rich in fruits. 

J \ q^q — 2. Fertile^ fruitful; fecund. 

3°. 9— <. I W QS— 1. Kadamba tree. 


9 I 99QT«i QC?*G9IQ qp — 2. A 
thorny plant bearing berries. 

Q$ff»K«1)— 3\ 9. %1 [9951^ 99+ro+tf. n 

Bahuphaj3(li) ($)] e I a|Q9l; «l9G9IQ «I9— 
1. A tree bearing edible berries^ Flacourtia 
Ramontchi. 9 I fl|<aa§1 ( 9©l ) (GQ«)— 
2 Masha parnjil (creeper) (See). • | 9I9|- 
931 (qja) — 3. Caparis Separia (plant), 
v I 9l$$fl — 4 Cucumber. * | 09 9ISG9*; 
^•31 99^— 5- A small round species of 
memordica, £ I ^flMiflQ«3 ©Q'asfoi — 6 A 

medicinal plant. p \ gcTm ciq 

7. Embelic Myroboian tree, r I &SW1Q— ■ 

9. Fig tree. 
Q9909— Sr\ 9 — ( 9SI^6j^ ) <sjc^ a^v e«tii 
Bahubaehana (grammar) Tha plural number, 
O^QQ -9°. W (9§9lg 3 9§+9a)— 9Ga<3 QOaial; 
Bahubala « 0^9988 —Very strong; mighty, 
g. 9 — §°9 — Lion. 
©§QIQ — e. 9 — V I fltfeiHaa— 1. Cordia Mixa (tree) 
BahubSra > | <$q ( € <q>g) — 2. Ou (See). 

GQ. ^- 9^1 ( q°. 9§9|€J° ) — 2IG9Q 21Q — 
<Wl* ^5^KT Many times; often. 

9999-9« 9 (9dal> 9§+9S)— «I9I99IQ 9lai— 
Bahubighna MaDy obstacles, 

9°. 9«a <9$§1§)— 91919^9 — Attended with 

various obstacles. 

999©— 3°. 9^1 (9$ + 99 a|^+9$. 99 v H * 9$@— 
Bahubit 1. Wise^ knowing many things 

9§9^h j ™ 2, Very learned. 

Q99a— g Q . 9^i ( 9$9lg; 9^+9ai— £|9l9)--99a; 
Bahubidha 9|9ig9IQS — Manifold^ of many 

(9^981 — ^1) sorts; various^ multifarious. 

99 9919— 3°. 9— «. I G«llt<l qLSt gQ <QI ^ ^^ 
Bahu bibaha QQ19 qqqi q^ — 1. Polygamy 

> I 9G«si %|q «G9« q.q^99l9 9Q9I gai- 

2. Polyandry^ 

99<31Q— g°. 9^1 (993I8; 9§+g»)— SOQ 91999^ — 

Bahubija Having many seeds. 

(9$SIQ1 — 89^.9) q°. 9— ^ I 9I»^ — 

1. Pomagranate. > I «l©as 5 2IOT9— 

2. Custard apple. 
99 9<fq— g*. 9 {Q$$y 99+9^)— V 1 9GM «QO-^ 
Bahu byaya 1. A great expense. ,> 1 SIQQQ 
9h?J^-2. LavishDess in expenditure. - 


9§©^ gi2« 


( *v*s ) 


*<$%<* 


©§ QMqQlJtl— «•• 94 (*qi ©ft; 9$ ©^ +«*i)— C3§ 

Baliu byaya sadhya V|j£, ©^ a ^ 9^ ©Q9I9IQ 

9$ G9IQ9IG©— Very costly or expensive. 

©9©h^|— e._w. g?. (9$9«<£|+©4L QG )— ca 9G«ra 

Bahubyayi <ggo ©GQ— Spending too much^ 

(©$9»i£j$1— $) having to meet large expenses; 

prodigal; lavish; spendthrift^ 

C§€J|Q— e. 9. ( 9<il©Q<a ) ( ©§+©1§««g«i )— qfl|q 

Brthubribi QGSS, €«3^ gsiSG© awi 99Q giaiOi 

QG9i (oa§ gQaias^iq g«§ a©f ooo $« 

Q§ gag. 0Q ©©$t c © qq qq aoQ aaq o 

$«UQ«©i «a tQia ©c© Q90I9 aara $<j>— 

A form of grammatical attributive 

coil pound. 

[ g— 9$§1§ 9«ig ©i©iea; ©qaig> <3@ c©g©is 
flaw, sal— $€iqiGwa©ia— a^©©!©© — n^ 

G9iQ®8 99© fiH9KjL I ^©^©WMdjj— ©G©©,$— 

©© G©i«a§ Q©,£j 2191913 i o^aiQiOQia;— 
QG^acQa— 9$ G9i©a© qggqs 3191^1 avhsw 
8Qi€J ; — ©©©a^— 01$ a©a^ aitioiq> i g^so^ 
£©k 5 — ©e*U©©— ©H $©Q 3I9IQ 1 gggjo^ 

9$$1§ S9f9@fQ 99 9G9S4 §<|, ©Q ggg 

q$i<i, aeii — o«aig}, ©$g «, aSesfo i ] 
qr. 9<a— ai9l© 9§© a*i ai< — 
Having an abundant supply of grain. 

G^qGtt— e. 9. <9*«j 99+qchj— a©a^ cofqc*!— 

Bahubhagya Good fortune. 

S°. W. 4° (<?§©1§;— GsfQWI©— Fortunate. 
( 9$q«Mi— $] ) 
©§Q<3l— 9°. W. q.°. ( ^95lg5 9$+©&| )— iai^iQ 
Bahubharjya 4QM© a] ag^ — Having many 

(9§9$1© — a©«qg) wives. 

©§QSS— g°. ©• (93al;9$ + qstf)— 990394 g§ph 
Bahubhasbarja Talking too much. 

©§QS1©6>— q% M. (Q$qq|-f-9^ a»$+©$. ©0. 
Bahubhasbabit 9$^$^ <g|. <>©.)— ca ac©©- 
9§Q<3)Q$ j q$« Q<aic© ago- 

9$Q$'9 > «ffi^Q Learned in many langua- 

99WSIOTIQ9 J lee. 

#§QQl— 3°. 94. g° — «. I (9$-fqs ai$— ©g9l+ 

Bahubhasbi g<§. qq. <^ ^9 ,) -qa^l; ©ic^— 

"%D 1. Talkative; loquacious; garru- 


(«R9«1— 99q©) Ions. 9 |( 9§ + Q«|+QQ)— I 
^9§q€«l — 9) aSQQ QSW — 2. Polyglot; vereed ; 
in many language^. * I €3^ 9^GQ <QI^9 
Q^l 9i9g© 69lQai-C— 3. Multilingual^. 
(a book) witten in more than 2 languages 

Babubhuk efl. *9.)— QQQJjBj GS^ G9 qgiK 

«|<] —Greedy; voracious. 

Q§aaq— q-. m. ( 9$9i§ ; ©§+9«<g )— ea$ gis 

Bahumafijari ae©* qqa 4iGQ— Many-blossomed . 
9°. 9 — $Oql QQ — The boly Basil plant. 

Bahumata qg|(J©— 1. Higbly respected or 

(95?IO- $1) esteemed or prized, y \ 995 — 

% Honoured, m \ 9§§|Qai«1 -3. *Ver7 

wise, v | SN9IQ ag^g gs> ai<I — *» Having 

many opinions-- 
G9. 9«— 9§99lC^ — Of various sorts. • 

©§«»— 9°. 9*3. (993IQ5 9^ + flO— flQQl)— 9?a«^ 
Babumala floqj^ — Having too much dirt. 
3°. 9— Slfa©; 9|gi — Lead (metal). 

©§P|© — 3 d . 9. (©&l; 98 + fll©) — aftl© 5 gfl(9Q- 
BahumSna Great respect; high regard. 

(9§fl©— acmq.a) g*. Qei ( 9§ol§ )— ag g^t^o- 

Much respected; honowred. 

QJflia— «•. 9— <. I ( ©d»5 99 + dJta9lft )— SGOQ 

Bahumarga 9lt — L Many ways^ various paths,. 

> I (9§©1g) a€t©3 ^l€,g,, — 2 * A co «rtyard. 

* I Q9 — 3, A meeting place of many 

roads ( Apte ), 

©gfllQGH-g . 9. 41 < ©^flltf+ao alSL+©<j. 3 ) — 

Bahamargaga ^ I dfiflQQl— J. The river Granges 

y I 39$ ^1—2. A wanton or unchaste 

woman ( Apte )• 

©9?ll^l — 3°. 94. Q° — (93+Gia +3©^ lfll« <9) — 

BahumlrgJ q\q\ sai9Q5fl — Following various 

(©^fllQtfl— aj) paths. ! 

^. 9— a©— A. meeting place of many roads 

9$q#— s°. 94 a j — (955I9) -^ 1 a©^— 
Bahumukba 1. Excessive (Apte). 

( ©rofl— 9j ) 


9$$S> 


{ (yVW*. ) 


B»baraatra / j Diatwtses. ; .* 

.[. ,§— ^SrS9,GS6fl qpg ; g$>$ 9$aQS!dGQ 9JI9 

;9€Q<9'©et£| cqata «n9sis^ *9sh« 1 «9i 9Q 

^5WI] . ,-' ■ 

9*§3§S— 9°, S*V(9$g§ f 9®+0§)-59f%0) *go9- 
BahumEirtti QQ^S^i — Having various forms^ 

multiform. 

qo # q_$ 1 9|— 1- Bishnu J | 89—2. Siba. 
• I 999IOT— 3. Wild cotton. 

$0Cwfi— *. 9<s. (9?^%^^0^; t*U9.)— 
"■Bahumirddh*' : v ^9^ agg^^<j ^f| ' ai<j — 

"(9'$SfcSl — «9iqp) Having many heads; hydra- 

headed* 
q* 9— 9| (a^ls £91%)— Bishiju,. 

<5»§«0 — ^*- W. <$$$!& ^?+^)— 9$.GQQ9§f — 
Bahumula Having many roots. 

(VgW-SI^Q) 9\ 9—* l 9*q&— 1. The 
Banyan tree, j | Qtci9G§<a — ,2, Name of 
a mythological serpent^ -a* | <9g9|Q Qiq— 

3, A kind of grass, 
9$a«1— *°. 9. (Q^Sto+^l. " - <l )'r-€IOIQgi QOflQl^ 

Bahumull QQ9IQ— AsparagusRecemosus. 

Q$Cjfc*—$l - 93. ( 9$§lfc; 9$ + «*• )— ^ J ?ca<8 

Baiumalya SpWQ; -9Wt1— 1* Valuable; costly; 

> I S9i<5$ 39«— 2. Dear {in price). 

a°. 9. (Osfett. )— t 1 9§9 Otq-l t High 

price. 5 I 9S© a© — 2. A large amount of 

money. 

99q«9— s°. 9. ( flSft-flQqqi ) ( .,9$+qS-f«y- 

BahurSsika aftlaSQtf)^ 91 ©G©lfcl9 G?qlte- 
OfO'««?r — (arithmetic) The double Rule 

of Three. 

*. 9^i. (ctSte) — a§G9 aGQ© q§ ai<i— 

( mathematics ) h , Consisting of many 

terms. 

q@$©-gq. 9— qesrs^ mm® <i9 3919 sq— • 

Bahuruchi Ganja leaves brought from Raj- 

(9SJ9?f ^9®* — W^fi Sa *» district in Bengal. 

«§ $9— S. 9* ( 9$§l8; $$+$? )— 9$sgaiq. 
Bahu rupa 9§G9<3al<3|— Of ' various shapes]; as- 
9Q €>Q9 1 suming different shapes; aasu- 

95 %a| J ^^ iMng different masks is 65s- 
(9^%€tt— tfr ■' * • ^ ' ■-■ • : "— ■- ■-.- guise. 


.-? r. «.-•—*- VI 9|^— 1* Bishnu. 5 1 9I8Q99** 

2. Cupid, *• 1 Q9-T-4. Siba; v |:g4|**-4« 

, : - Resin. * r 9r3IGqa9G«<3; *WI G^d — 

5. Polypus'of the nose. ^ | 3913)$; <6J«- 

6. Chameleon. 5> I §|§l — 7. -Brajnni.- 
. r 1 SQO— 8- H air. $ | CQ$ 9h$ CQQ- 

Q«QI^ 9191 a 1 ? G9€l a|qt3 OGQ— 9 < -A- pro- 
fessional masker.. 

Bahu ru^pS ^Q| — The Goddess Durga. 
Bahurupi(pa) <ig a — 1 . Chameleon. 

voi<5 aero; «a-99"99; €9? Goati(S«9fl^ 

qq ^% qg allies €wa eiN- ©q c€ftii <<** ©^ asi 

C99Q QCT Q^ SWQ ?ISQ0 eiQ QQeo ! qiaqr 

^?H J t <9 g©lQ erfi^ — 2. Quisakialis Indica. 
a^ft?IT • I 99^1 ti" (SQa) 1 — ^3. A masker. 
Q§eQ€t""^ 9*. ( 9$319; 9?+6Q«l }— 

Bahurekha 31CQ9 QQWU^ — Having various 

li*es, 
S^GQfll— *• «<l. ( 995I8; 9$+«pO )— 
Bahuroma a© GQAS— Having shaggy furg. 
^. $— G5»^l — Sam; sheep. 

Bahula *. I ac©9$ 9.^W — ^ Mangt^-muohj ex- 
(9§»©l(^) — 9) cessive. ^1 «««— 2. Thick; 

4ensaj eompact r 

[ Q— <9I WH QQ . 9€Gf 90lQ9iq q§ §<3 r 

32ft— ©QGf9§Q 910Q, 8°5©^^3 994*. I J 

- I, QQqI —3. Garrulous. : v | (9^+Q. X\q= 

9IO 9€i9l+9^. «) %|^4^SV- 5 - Black* 

dark. * I $391 9€$£9 : 9$ £ £)9<n 9^91- 

( 9«ia ) — 5. (a person.). Born .under the 

Pleidas ( Apte ). 

^ # q_ ^ 1 q| aa — 1. The dark fortnight o£ 
the moath. J I (jJQir-2. glaut Qjlf^ 
* I dSit flQO— 5. Whijde pep^^kTi ffKNO* 

4n. The sky, 1 * »4£r-5, F ^ " . ^. ■ 
- <9. «■ ©ffl— t I «9i%rfrU;M u #^> I 9S?9I— 
» • . . & F^eq^ntjy; often (Apte), 


*%sm 


(****»»' > 


«9V 


«90B9^cr. 9<a. (9^1si $9a^SteWVgw 9IQ 

.: BahulaOhchhada -Q^foeft 9) — 1 1 99 9499?; 
; 0«99Q*-i; Having many leaves. ) \ Q© 
QS> tffo^— 2, Densely set with leaves. 

^fiwK?)^-?.^. [99»+q9. »K«J) ]-^t I 919c*, 
Eahul«tS(twa) &yth— 1. Excess; multifarious- 
ness. J | gioai— 2, Abundance; copious- 
ness 


Bohuja paksha 


■Qf+aa) — SjfflS— • 
The dark fortnight. 


Q§fii^*. p. 31 ( 990+ti. » ) — t-i ^gas— 

- Bahula 1. The dark lunar fortnight. 

9 I OWql q§>1 — 2. Dark or moonless night 
^ * I $§9l 93$— 3. The 3rd asterismj the 
Pleidas, v | aiq — 4. Cow. + | oq^ggg — 
5. Name of a river, p | <q| qqj — 6, Car- 
damom plant. 9 1 giq qo^7. Indigo 
plant, r | qg ago— 8. White pepper 
(apte). s-j W|«— 9. The sky (Apte). 

©9QIQ1Q— «* 9$. ( 999l§; 990+«Oia )— 

• Bahula] apa ga^j— Talkative (Apte). 

-^9013—*. m. «r. ( 999*1^ 990+04 )— 

Baholaswa qj^iq g €WC ^qj gggj — 

Owning many horses. 

*. $ — TOO QQty QQQQ q«— 
Name of a king of Mithila. 

>€»9Q1©Q«— *• 9. (99Q + a^O 9©IC9. €>^+QCW)— 
r Bahullkaraiia \ \ 9S)Q9-9Qd— 1. Expanding. 
(990IS59— W) 3 I $9*9Q<a— & Multiplying. 
•1*19*199 9gsl99* ; €9091 89IQ 91 a*i 
QQC9 9iC^Q aiG C9§i$ €»■% qe» v 9Q 
<19p 9Q9I— 3. The winnowing of grains; 
the threshing of grains, v | qja|Q«CQ 
99f9 9991 — 4. Promulgation; publi- 
cation. 
<©§fli!q©— 3°. 9& ( 999+3^9 ©Q»69 e+3?) — 

- Bahulfbhmta X i $<j!gig— t. Increased. 5 | qoQ 
(990^)9 — 9) 9$9.r i 2f Wide spread. * 1 qgefQ 

— g. PublMiBd Jaraadcast. tt.j 393,10-*. 
4 Made notorious or famous (Apte). 


99«8 — 3..3. 94* (99 + «9>^<J.«^9^j-9l^ 9lQ 
Bahusafc, 1; Many a time; frequently; repeatedly. 
r ;■ v ^ I 9r9«nqGa } gCQ^E)r^2. Abundantly; 
copiously, "p l-WRaaotr^^-Generally, 

99W— S. 9S. ( 99^,8; 99 + $p l% )^GII9IQ SiCQO 
Bahu satru &$ Ofig)— Having '■ many enemies. 
«. 9.^— 9%9$ <39©f 3 as]— Sparrow. ^ 

99SWI— *. 93. (99^ 99+awD— acg© aioi- 

. Bahu sakha , Qg^r— Having many branches or 
(99«!l«il — %1) ramifications- 

99§«(«l)— 1, 9«. (9^8; ,. 99 +$« [«i])~t9C9Q 

Bahu sikha(kha) $€i|qQ--Having several tufts 

or points. 
S. 9. — acT — Fire. 

Q9€!Q8-^ 9«.— (99^^ 99+QC^a, <fll. t.9.) fc 

Bahu sira^ ai9(Q OG99 q§ai<— Having many 

heads. 
g°. 9. — 98 — Bi8lmu, 

©8^0— «•• 9«, 1°. ■ " (99'+flO— flg«|9l3 0GQ09IQ 

Bahusruta G9919 S9« 9dg9l^ — ^1 q9?9"^ 

(99s©! — aj) . 1. Very learned^ 

9 \ q§S© i — 2, Well eduoated i * | €9919 

gi ^g S . Well versed in the Bed as, 

Q96SqK£— 9°- 9^t. V (?9SL§5 99+^^5 9$e^2jfl 

Bahu SreySn ifli. wj — < | 99 gq^^ol — 

(99eflsqgl— 93) 1. Having many good qualities. 

5 I BQ QQ9 — 2; Excellent. 

«»93GH9— ^. 9«. (99+q°«l , ll+9)- q°€liieQeiC99- 

Bahu samkhyaka Multifarious; many. 

Ofa^©— %». 9«- &%%§} <?9+^Q)— a9fe 

Bahusantati stCQQ 9? 5» »QS) — Having 

numerous children. 
q*». 9-— 9^1 9l^€»— The thorny bamboo; 

Bambusa Arundinacea. 
QfeiQ— V. 9fl. (99^ 99+SrQ)— 3191 fliHCQ 
Bahu sara 9690 $iq?S a& — Having much subs- 
tance or pith inside, 
q*. 9,— -VI fl^Q OS— 1, The date palm, 
> i 39Q ^3^—2. The catechu tree. 

999— *■• 9«. ^-^(99^- 99+^=3^9)— «1^9 

Bahusa oq ggg 9Q^9l ^ 91 'ai^)i^9!B5 s — 
<99Sft^«9^) j ; ;i a ^arfcg^mapyr children- 
- «T. 9* — * I fW— 1- She-hog;fow. 


'cr- 


^ o-iftr** ) ) 


9*i 


9 I SIC90 8<5WT ifli©l-*-2. TKe mother 6f 

many children > * j -ggQ© 9t§ST 'G9£5?19l 

q\q — 3 A cow that often calves, 

*©$«!,«— 9°. 9*1. 4. 6 qf (9$+$9+9); 1-. (9$ qj? 
JBab natal' +QQ; VflL *9.)^<> I S»$ Jw« <»l) 
91 9§q&ara (^9)— 1. (a creeper or tree) 
Bearing many f lowers. 

9 1 9$9I9 ,.W« Q9I 91 . Witt) ^S — 

2. ( a creeper or tree ) Bearing Qowers 

several times during the year. 

• I ftj) 9§9I9 9939I €9!Q?l9l ($lj— 

3. (a woman) Who has menstruated many 

* times. 

9°. 9. %1-t$sw1> q_9«l qp9a— A young 

housewife* 

[5— 6^«..^«fl«l W«l°. 4 9%^ff (==9$9I9 

qj9« G9IQS191 &Jj €199 »9S°a 3(919 fl§99 $<lj 

G£(C£nQ *I$QS9 99$ «L9J§«KI (— ^ %|) «9Q 

599419— 9 Q . < 9*. ££ (9^+^1+9)— 9$Q$9 i 8I9I9 
Bahu strika 9$® Q§1 «9gj— Having many 

wives; polygamous* 

■*©9$i8Q--Sr\ 9tf. (9$ + «9©+0 )— 31919 «C99 
Bahu swamika $|gl q| jqi^p Stfig)— Having 
{9$St99l— '$1) many owners or masters; owned 

by many persons- 

-9§€JQI— 3. 9«. — (9^9) 9$ + £9) — £1§^9$© 93" 

Bahusraba* siq SQ9 ^—Exuding too much 

juice. 

q\ 9 — 41S«1 $9; '4$3ft «19— The Gl J™ 
Olibanum treej Boswellia Thuritera. 

-99— €9- 9. (9°. 9a)— €91$— 

Baha Daughter-in-law. 

^999— q°- 93. (9ft^@; 99+Q99)— ?SQQ;9Q9ei^r 
Hahudaka Having abundant; water. 

<z. 9— qQQ9i9 QfMtil? flaiq^Hr ; ; 
One of the 4 classes of Sannyiels. 

{ 9— <jOTg91 fl9€9 ■ W* T.SMtiQA W9>— 

$*199, 99,99, 9^6 *Wa I ^SjWW «S1 9 

<S 9 .^KQ <J9 0$ 219*119 C$©pfcf «S2i^ oQfll 

-; . 9?4 9 .99 919 9$, m 9$d 9Q€9 I 911)9 W* 

rSqflftQ 991 «9^ S9I, 9»e§ ai^, G9to1©, 9«*§^ 


9ei, Q1991. 39, %<3«foia», GSH«a| v <a9§) 6 qaM 

<19IS9 3tf€9 €^69 f 99,99^9 €19% falSfGQ 99IQ 

. 933x1— 9. «. ] - - 

9SKKU—3. 9. (9^Sl^9^ + ^Q«)r^WIO(JIC»CM> 
- Batnlpama Q^ aft^lQCQ €3134 $a&^$ 3IG99 

^ QQfliQ "after «$»9i eqaHL i g. a. ) — 

: A figure .of speech in which one thing is 

compared to many other similar things. 

9^£l9€K9)©«a— gj«.(WK»)9. («r.9a+a9G9<aei)— 

Bahuparaaa(si>niS 69l<i£9 .0^59 W 91. $09915 $$Q? 

6$99ia ' 9^?19 «9l99i QQ69SS1 — The 

daughter-in-law's serving food to her 

father-in-law. 

,9^9^91 eeiO— €9. 9. ( S°. 9a-fQ*J )— 9IQ9W99T9 
Bahtl bahuka khela aa^ii ®QfS\\ 5ia«iGQ 31^691$ 
dtdhFlC^l €89.: «IOQq QQ9I G<99 — A g ame of 
QgQgi ^5T girls in which they act as mother-in- 
law, daughter-in-law etc; the game of 
girls playing at keeping house, 
9^jOq«fl— G9. 9. («P.' 98+9$^; <9I^C9ia9 
BahQbhuasuni q909 )— $99a— Housewife^ 

^^€1 flf^STftpft the daughter-in-law of a 

family. 

969— ». 9« 6 ^. 961. (*\ 9$)— 9S9; 5? 1 ®; 
Bahe «IW4 'itW, ^1?T 9^9 — Much; too much. 

999 | aQaa (^'— q" W9 9I* t ^a«aj..»«89 
9919 J ^ 9e9G3l«q I) 

■OC9©— 91. 9— -ftQ; €<3951lffQ?Q 9G99i q»9Q— 
Bahei^a t^5 *ife Pressure of people; crowd. 

9694J1— €9. (g(9l9 99i) 9- (q\ 9affl; g). 98dl) — 
Baheni ^ft^t «l«5f 9Sffl; Q^«| — Sisfcer. 

, «age oq »g, ffco *£§«!« Gffa i , . 

99I— giC9. (gq,91Q) 9-99«l|«ia-r- " w 

Bahna . Broom stick. 

9®I99I— gi69. tQfWQfl) §. (^Q. 9. 59I§9|)~ 
BahnSiba 99«lqOI 91 S^leQ 49IQ9I> «l999f-— 

" To sweep. 
©Ijjr-* 1 . ^. (9^aj^='999 9Q9i + Q(f J % CSJ G9W- 
Bahni 9019 C999lfll99r 99^.990 99 ©<») — 
t l 99 e *9l9i aq — 1. Fire. 

.... 91 '9999l<5lM } \_ .^ :....■: i£i-;t|.f!i:; ' 

/ i 9*199/ QQO-* 112 * Marking nut. *n { 
' ©J» 9l»3te9l— 3. A pois^ow JP&" 


"«Q99 


( * +e*9 f 


««»*> -i 


corrosive; pl&nl; pluinbagp plant, v | 
(M*!*) 6QIT .91 V Q4—4- (Tantra) The 
letter Ra or its mark. * | (9ia) 9p»99l9r 
«%€KP q$S9 Wf*t €!•)— 5 - Name of 
a ODD of Eruahna. $ | (aiq) qcrtff «— 
6. Nataieof Ike son of Turbasu. 9 | (ff|SI) 
QQ 99sl <9 9199 — 7. Name of a scion 
of the JSdaba dynasty of kings of ancient 
India, r | (o|$j) qgq»- QitfKMQ OG« 
63919 Q*(9. c $•)' — ®- Name of a monkey- 
general of Rama's army. <• \ q© q»sn (§. 
a,)— -9. The number three. 
9§flQ— ^9. '(9§+q ai^+9<$, n)-\ I 9S?9j 

Bahnikara 99Q (9. Q. )— 1- Lightning, J I 
©939 08^ (8- ^^ — 2- FJint stone. 

e§9Q-«°- 9. (99*99+$)— aa « ( 9- a. )— 

Bahnikari Angeissus Latifolia (tree). 

(99 $IQ, 99 Of — aQi$a) 

©§9IS1— SV 9. (fl. 0. €«; 99 6^99 9H| }— 

Bahnikashtha e I 910910 — 1. Joel. 5 I q*<3«l- 

$iq a«Hg!99 9IP—2 A pieee of wood 

which produces fire by frietioD. • | acT- 

Ogj ?W2J GSQ 9IO— 3, The wood of the 

Premna Integrifolia tree. 

9©6I«— *°. 9«. ( 9$5l§i99+a4")-V I S3I9IQ Q«f 

Bahnigarbha 91 aflpaaCQ «q 2ll<— 1. Having 

(99 dfif— *1> fire inside - * * 9191^ 0969 «rf 
9!9i69— 2, Producing fire when rubbed, 
qo q — t, I 91^3—1. Bamboo, j \ ss^— 

2, The ocean, 

9$Q9!-sr\ 9 H. (99Q9+* a)— aolQfl; «IG«Q— 

Bahnigarbha Prosopis Spicigera (tree). 

[ Q— 9JV9IK9 «8 QQQ 910 <$Q sg Q§ 

6«69 ©» 91919 9%q6S I ] 

q®9©9— «\ 9--(^P ooj 99 V +©Q»)— v * af q 

Bahninandana 9$ — 1. Son of the Fire-god. 

9 I <3Q QW9 9|0QCT0IQ09Ca«— 2- The 
monkey-commander Nil&. 

9^«ifl-^3°- 9.— (9^S> 99+flHWj *«. V9.)— 
Bahni nama < * ©99; »©«*— l* SwaHow* wort. 
; (plant). /rqft*M§. : -flM!ClQ) — 


9^996—.^. 9^i.-(99 +99fi)— SGC9 S€9fl 9991^ 
Bahni bibikshu aQaisl-!— Wishing to enter into 
> . a fire. 

9§siq— «•. 9.— v 1 <a& qpi— 

Bahni bija 1. Gold. 

[ <^9§699GS§9tfC9 Gfi*«l8lg ea 6169 
6999ISI99T 3^69 9©i 9%^9I Q^l 8^9% 699 
so 699 9ITOI99 636Q 6 6qg 9§j6Q 9W 699S- 
9(9 €9d I 9*i0 <91 699 Q<?9l; 69IQ 6?^ 899 
Wi%CIMIfi)ClieQ GOI91Q "'C9Q I 99 9Q Q6Q 
QI9I g9l alQ^ 9IQ Q^EQ 93.% ©Q^_ «§ Q^Q— 

^ I (95i) Q° *S1&— 2. The particle Rath in 

tantrik ritual* 
9§QTO— *•• 9. — %EH; €J© (@. a-)— 

Bahnibhutika Silver. 

9@fi«P— 3*. 9— 9©i 3a (§>. 9.)— 

Bahnibhoga Ghee, 

©ffla— ff, w. (99+flff ai^+99^ a) — o&Qfiq- 

Bahnimantha QQ QQI99; 9191% <3§GQ 9a* 

9l9tC9^P r oducing fire when rubbed. 

(QQSg^— eiQi^a) ^. 9^39 flgj a€»9a 98 — 

Premna Integri folia (tree). 
«§M— *. 9. (^1 99j 9^ + gp)_ qiij-. 

Bahnimitra Wind; air. 

9@q€!— «• 9. (9§9l9; 99 +<&!> *$ 3191^9 q4l qq,a 
Bahnimukha ae[iO?)Q6Q^9 696Q 69 Qiaifij)- 

€9991 — Deit y; the gods. f 
9§fiQ9l8— e. 9. ( 9^318; 99+WTO )— €faj. 
Bahniretab ^91699— Siba. 

0^2«-i-ff. ; 9^., ( 9^919^ 9Q*+g«|.— C9fl9 )— 
Bahnisikba. a^S«tq§ — Having flames like 

fire-. 
^, 9 -**^J9€TS^— The aafflower. 

Q§Sai— ff. 9. <?ql 9© v j 99 +0«I!)— 9^9 S«l— 
BahnisikhS • Flames or tongues of fire 

OfffO— e. 9- (9$ 9©j 9^+q«l)— 9q— 
Bahnisakha Air, 

99801 — * ; 9«/' 4* (9^9l8r 9f+aa© e !)— 91919 

Bahwapatya «^9© «KJ|% ; 9l©99t91<Sh-Having; 

(9989*11 — qj) a good many children. 

o^go^-9. 94. ^..(Wfrrf*. «>— 9909^9 ^tea- 
Jahw»pa»yS, 1 "- Faminia© of Bahwapatya. 


Qm?> 


(( -*w ) 


9ia%eqfg* 


SL 9. $—* 1 $9*31—1. A 89W. _ 3 I G«ai — 

. : , ( ,^ ; v , 2. Eat 

S*$sb-£- 9 61 ~.^?^S5 9#^-aa)-- GlQisqg; sai9iQ 

Bahwartha ^M §9IQ M .G91QSICG1 — Having 
• (9^89— 2I9mQEI) .xnore than one meaning, 

Bahwa^amabara 9G« , a »IQ»flO > qQ €«H«S!» — 
Grand preparation; much ado. 

s. §<a.— < 9$si§ )— »» a$wj— Full of 

great ado; grand, 

9§iqi9— s. ^.^(^ai5^+«^)---«9@Qfl?i 1 --; > 

Bahwayasa (9^Q|fllS — siG^a) Great labour. 
Bahwarambha Much ado. 

(gal— Q§!Q^Q<a Sqi— sf© 990a 1) 

<29Qtl 9g9 9$a/<l — 1. (work) Begun 
with a great ado. 9 \ q^ia^QSRj — 2. 

Grand. 

9$l€i1— s. w. 9.°— * I (9§+sia ai^=«iQ9i 9<$. 

BahwasI Q©. 9§l8o. \fl|. %.?.)— -Q$ GQQ9«l«j 
(98lSfil— tf) .. ; ea.SL9l<l «<J 1. Voracious; 

gluttonous. 9 | (9$-f-aai+QQ) ^C€KJ 
C8€l 91 TOI<3^iq§ — 2 - Having great as- 
pirations; expecting toomucb. 
q ^.-^yoq^ltj gj&QGQS— 'Name of a son of 

Dhyutargshtra, 

©9^—3. 9<3. y. <9$+R9=WQ. 3% 9^©. ^' 

Bahwxuk A9.)~ §£<*$ 91 «<4 QlS^I (9 U .^); 

(9® Ol-Hfl) ^SCtQCQ^ — Versed in the Rugbeda 

or the Mantras,: > ) Q^ Wfcqsj-r2. Full 

,-■ m*„ny mantras. 

S>@H— *• 93. <99 fl%+Q& a)- 999% 999G£N€Wr- 

Bahya JFifc to be, carried or endured. 

*. 9.— 1 1 (+QQ<n. q.)— ateiqiq w» 9Q- 

ai<l; SI©; W-l. Conveyance. _■ . > J «}Q ; 
; aa<3»— 2. Cartj carriage. « i 9a — 
-■ v ' mi 3. Cat 

Qfcl— G9. 9<3.— * I G<3§) GQ9 216>3I €9!Q ■? <J ^ ^ 
Bahla" 9%4<qtia-: .,G9lQai«-~lv One Who grows 
Wr l mhb ' l corpulent having no anxiety,. \$ \ 
^IT enBlfSTT 9Ge& ^53 G9!Q**9$9l\fi*9l, ^319) 
2. Growing up over luxuriantly; over- 
luxuriant^ exuberent, (sajd/ of plants 


i <9©l-r»9i3#) and creepers on a very rjch ;e^il)». 

- [5-ho9cq..-.««w SJ9 ?[G$ aaq#9 $4t - g<£iq 
<• 9S am, flip-Qg 9<fei oa^Qq«a Era giai9<a oa^- 

•-' swacaai Qq $<Tfl 
91 (ai$)— *.— * 1 QQQ 9991— 

BS (root) 1. To go. 

J I OS 1 G9t? GSM — 2. To carry scents or 

smells. •* \ Sjj? Qg|Q QQQI— 3. Tosprerd' 

or extend a piece of thread.. 

G>|— S. ». (91 aiq^=€l«0 QQ9I+^G9. ©^9) — ? I Z$\y 

Ba «2l9li ©H' — 1' Orj either; 

[5— <39l 3GQ9, *Q[99I, ©«qoi, qi^ai, qq©^,. 

g^, qQ% QIQIgf 6 OjQ GQdGQ w^© §<i 1} 

> I aQ9€$«*— 2, In Men. •• I aSI^QGQ- 
3. Else; otherwise, v | ag* gy*, — 4. Even.. 

G*9 # Q.— 9I»— (GQ«) — Ba-a (See) 

». S>«. (Q9Qa) (SIGOTQ^)— 919©; 9^1q— 
As perj regarding^ relating to,. 

Qt. (QOQ) «--^^ ! G9 ! GQ ! — 1, Oh, j ^ l 

^ I (9IM§gi9) % 5—2. Too. 

0128 — €Q. Q.^ ? I (*. 9I0 ; 9PJ-Vigj Q9S> — 

Ba-a ^^M; ^1 ^rrer,, ^T 1, Windl- 

ig* a«€» 9»i© s^fe, «9€ alQ viae« 1 

-> I g9« 91*53 QSlS — 2. Tempest; highwind. 

• » ; (Mffll&) SWIGi ^9 *rrf 91 aa— 3. 

Slight connection or touch. 

( aai— 99GG3W WGQ «Q9€) 9ia 9I«S^ 

Q1SH — (Q9Q 9i9§0) — < I 913; ?0I— 

1%a ^^tl 1. Father; papa». 

J 1 (e. 9919) 9191; 9919—2. Marriage. 

©ia— €9. M'. fa. 913) - 9W Ql«9; 9l919Cig— 

Ba-an tl ^raf / Lert (fiideV 

(9aq,o-©i« ; 9I9W) €9- 9.— 9i^ei; 9iq aw — 

Left flide^ 

Qia\6fli©-w- «— (wiQ eoc<t?qfliOTO ow); 

B5-aHku morda q9lQQ 9I^Q%, 9151 9«% 9^9 

,<9ia"a aQ^-«fli%S ) 9Q9I »A6^ «KI G9G9qSQ' 

^a 6969^ 9© 3G«ii9 9l9i— (A halloo of 

Palki bearers) Direct the motion of the 

Falki towards the le/' t 


<9W*l§M>r 


( <&Hr )) 


Q\n <?IQ3» 




«ia*«lf^— G9. 9— G©?S§ 9^9 9I$C9 9 ajtfKHQ* 
Bj^aB khSigia P$»GQ Q9g©8 a© ©Q9I— 
9ia*«>3>|: |^ Careful or stealthy 

9l2lTQ<aQl > B©*$9 Zigzag movement to 
9ia?G«9($)aJ evade a person. 

<©l8f<S!l$2D 6Q9I— G©. $ — <% ©0 <GS G©G« $€*9I 

.. Ba-SEkhardia deba To evade a person by steal - 

>3fe*l Wl , thily moving from one place to 

qlfehmij «lTm%-M another. 

<>ia" a©— OT. «— ( «9iQ G9G9«RQI9) 9!*Q 9ifl 

Ba-an chharda ai$G© G&&3 ©ia| qGQ OS 

G9G9Q919GL aci G9G©q- 
^©^©^©©^©QG©©!© ©I© — 
^falSTC. ,(a halloo of Palki-bearers) Avoid the 

danger on tbe left side. 

©iaf ©raf^w. 9 — (a. 9is+9&a)-9is 6 9s«a9© — 

Ba-a5 da-an Bight and left sidee. 

(.Oiafe.Qiaftfl— aonqp ) 

«©«*©ltf 9©HG9)Q9|— 69- §-^G©fei§ ©H^a^f© 
Ba*an da-an bata(te)iba £§Q© © G9Q ^^ e©^ 
(9ia"tf ©ia d ©[G©9l]Q©l — aGi%9) q^|< QgQi — 
4*Tt3 ^eqfa 3tWft To prevaricate. 

<©ia* ®itf §q(gq)Q9i — w. * — G©fei§ ©^q 

Ba-an da-an bula(le)ib5 3^j$© gi©q © G9Q 

«swfaWaCTfirfa ei©©^ q©c© <g«3 GOG61 qai 

gfqf ^rf^n; 5TTRT §QQ©| — To lead a person 

astray without taking him at once to the 

desired point. 

«Mtf ©i@ia — G9. « — (S9IQ G9G9^Ci ©I©) 919 6 ©£* 

Ba-an dahana §qgQ Qjaj qgQ a© G9G9qoi©c?Q 

(©la'tf ©:©lfl — »©iQa) Q$ G9G9qSlQ©r 99© 

^te «fe=? ©$©i ©19— (a halloo of Palki-bearers). 

^pri^fe 5 "" Beware of both sides. 

^ia*Qga-GO. 9r-.3©9 Sl£$q©l 9I£G© 9l*f ©9 

Ba-an parciia <a|Qs© a§>9l a9gl— The state of 

^ ( .9I9IG 9$«— TOq© ). the left wheel oi a cart 

moving on a lower plane. 

^iaT(qi)'©(iJM— G9. 9 — ( S. ©Id 6 9©9I9| )~G©F«9 

1 Ba>aB (ya2)biluSE Q6Qai Sla© ©3G$ a©9© ©q 

(9i^9^^«©^a) sai5>f ©§%9I 3SEJGQ aiSH©iq© 

' %3t^rft ©Jfl SWGQ G9SI99I 9^«f— A jackal 

";*Wr1aw*irc: seen oh the left side of a person while 
^starting on a journey (regarded as a good 

<Qia e; ff*>— ato«iqpy omen). 


p©~ea©WW «§&G9 <9I flfihS%OQ I ©I9I« 

oiflG© aiQ?i©i 9%a sqq a-^ g<5 gct$Q <j$ 

99IQG^©I9I '^^99.1 GS 3W© «©1©9© 

«#— ©MO§ ©1^1 ©R, GSG© G£TQ€tG9*t] 

©irfq— G©. 9— ©t^^iG© ©ItfJQfO^' C39$ ^ §Q © 

' Ba-anra g|Qgj GS^ &«C^ ©!%<3]fll©Qf <J^G© Wl 

^I#T G^lfiaQi <©l^9 q©q§ <i©g©IQ 

%<£fefl CIQ^el — A pointed or forked muzzle put 

on the mouth of calves to prevent them 
from sucking milk from cows. 

©KSfq QI8fl*Q— 69* 9 - ^ 1 OWI- * • Feigning; 
Ba-a5ra ba-a3ri excuse, j \ ^oq^Ij g©Q C |©9|- 
g«ir^T 2. Deluding; inveigling^ 

9l«0*€l— giG9. («l©q») 9^ — G9I9 fllQ-^ 

Ba-aSri V The bill fish, 

©IKTgQQ©!— G9. $ — l I fl©©l ©Q9I; 919191 ©Q9I — 
Ba-a5reiba 1. To feign. } \ ©?jjg|q ^qqpi 5 
Qia"(a)q ©la (a,Q ©Q©i ? q§qi- g©«©i 

©|Sii*(«l)GQQ G99I * To delude; to 

imveigle. 

[ ^— Q9IW« ■ ^%3, i q.9 q©G© G©fe)3 
^19 ©1391 ai«* <3© gi©% S3IQE©, ©g Gfll 
€JGQ€li-»<i»Hfll9«3r«CIG© S©lS© © G99! G«l ©91 
SG*} Ge gi©GQ 901©^ ©fl© giGO G9«ll G99^5 
G^GSIQ 6901% 399IQ ©19^1 Qqa©!^ £ ©1ST 
G9I QGQQs © ©g MQ GQIK QGQ3iSQ a9^ 
C9I& ©g ©iqr 9!a*G9© G9Q I ] 
©W*«— SIG9. (QI949) 9— (*. 9S)-©l^a — 
Ba-aSsa Bamboo. 

©ia*a ©oi— §iG9. (©i;q4q) 9— <J©©iGiq ai© — 

Ba-ansa gaj5 A kind of paddy. 

©iafa SOQ— €IG9. (9IGM9) 9. ( tf. ©QQJ)©.) — 

Ba-ansa patari 9!g9,9 9^i9G« , a — A sea fish. 

(91a*© a©Qa— »©*!%a) 
©«aT[a)G€»ai— G9. 9— G9l©eH» QSG9 OT9I ©la 9Q 

Ba-aS<a) Sen5 <© 391© 9© — A kind of aquatic 
grass growing on water-lettuce. 
■Qltf#l9— 69. 9. (ff. 919 9§) i ©W 9§— 

Ba-a5 hata ^t ^5 qi^T |^r Left hand. 
I Qia'iMMI — G9. 9«— V I 9I« 93 ^^Iq— 

Ba-afi hatia 1. Relating to the lefthaud. 

(91a" 919— a©H^p) > 1 9% 9iQa*^- 

^fil^ft ^sTfrc^?! 2, l^eft-handed 


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" ■'■&ftl,:fi»*1 $. 9<S1— V I 9191 Q€ICQ— 2. Tc^TSt^dB 

5to05T, StetT the left. ^ | Q|g 9g $iq— 2. With 

the left hand. 

9120$. 9©](6©) — 69. 9909—099% Qo1 G<5,Q **® IQ 

Ba-Sku bata(te) 9§9I GQ 91^119 69«fcl — 

«ng3RV 1[ra^ ^HT Trying to do a ludicrous act 

like tying to tie the wind with a bam- 
boo lath. 

9120 («)a«f — fll€9. (aisqp) $ . 9<s— gi9iPi69— 

Ba-a-(e)chhaefi Slightly, 

( saai — 63 699*1 9$Q TOSj €fll 69969 91*1 
8<f 91©S!Q I ) 

9izo€*l— 69. 9. %1. ( «r. 9ie«n )— qei 6 qalor aacQ 

Ba-Sni 9J9H 9QIQ9I 9131 — A maid servant play- 

^1#lCT s ^t?ft ™g drums in the presence of Rajae 

Sl^q^f and Ranees, 

>9I2&9(69) — G9. 9 6 94. ( MWI09 ) ( 3. $a*ia©j 

Ba-Saa(ne) 91. 99«lj 01. ^MKI )-a«iaq ^Q 

(Q1W9Q, CIQO, QI9&— a©«i%9) «^9 OTTI— 

<TNfa, ^% 3t3ft 5TR5f Fifty twoj 52. 

-9139 9919 6999 0©— 69. 9— « 9»S>9 9*9 

Ba-ana bajSra tepana gali g^969 *> 63lf 

9919 6 *«? CI© ^919 6£f99 Q$— 

52 bazars (big roads) and 53 lanes said 

to comprise the ancient town of Cuttack. 

QI20(@l)9WO9l— 69* WL q°— V I &ht9l<a— 
B5-a(ha)na(Dna)ba 1. Lving . -> I &0QI9NII — 
[*I2I9(9>31— 9.1] 2 - p «»gning, • I ©a $3169 
•qftRft $@N 36a — 3. Talkative; braggart. 

tri r ■ 

* 9|€flOI fl69(<Q— 69. 9 6 94. ( OTU9I09 ) — 
Ba-ana sahe(e) <999 9ISI9; t*J— 152. 

9180 399—69. 9. ( 3°. 91S + Q99 ) ( <19I269iaQ 
Bfi-a pabana 399Q)— <* 191^—1. Wind. 5 | g»Q 
91 a99 ^ GOlfflG* — 2, Tempe , 

9i»99Ki(9) VaQnqa ^_^m ?nfTOC?r 

9I« 9£[lQ * *~ 

9128 Ql9 — 69. 9. ( 3°- 9IQ+ affiiq )-«. I 69lGflQ 6 
Ba-a pani Qsi — 1. Tempest and rain. 
m®\*\ ftft e R Vi© *fy via Gitf eiQ ct<^— aq_ ale i 
TOWS' ? I GOfaQ 3I9Q ©«9iq-r-2. Climatic 
(9IH 99*31 — a»^%a) condition of a place. 

9120 991—69. Q — $QQ ^9 99969 $$> 9 fl9 C9IA. 
Ba-a bata ^qq sjqq q|«ig9 6 s$ «»«6Q 991891 


6«fc GSfc 991*— Pieces of split bamboo tied 
over the thatch of a house-, ^so that it 
may not be blown away by the wind. 
9IOW— €WC9. 9. ( m% qp- qa - 9S8 t )— Q969— 
Ba-ala Above. 

9 6 93— 9I9IQ (69«)— Bahala ^See) 

©ia(*l)«M— GO. » 6 9«t-"( e. 9§l )— 913^69 eqs 

B5-fi(ha)li5 ^91 Q^flWW fl*n%fi9t- 90l9 v 9ia r «i 

^t^t 999I^l WQ& 6^6^ ©1919 Qt9 QQ« 9Q91 

«^|5ft g^l€« 9^9 9m^— A reserved person- 

an extra hand kept in reserve for 

emergency, 

9120 €K»— €9. 9. ( 9°. 9l9+«» )— 9S> <3Q «9 «J§ 
Ba-a sula Qq ©^ €991 9^% 3^9 €9^ 319 319 
€to s^9 969— Slight labour-pangs 
felt before the acute throes begin. 

9I2AS01 a6$(4)-69. 9 6 9<a, ( g°SWI9l©9 )— 

Ba-ashatha sahe(e) <999 9WO; €^>? — 1 6 2. 

(93 i aO! €163— TOm%8) (9ICIQ01 ^_Q«I*-^W) 
9IS1Q6— 69. 9 6 961. ( S <5M9I©9 ) ( 9°- ^K } 91- 

Ba-asbathi Qiq^ )— ^lO-a^^Q a^s 3 ^ — 62. 

($130 — «9<r%9) ^&Jt ^ra3 
OI«fl(J,€SH)€l— €9. 9 6 9«. (q°*WIOO) (^ 

Ba-Ssta(stu f sto)ri ^3993 S»- 99^€i ) — 

9ig(6si)Q 7 g%©q 9^ w* 5^—72. 

9ia3(g)Q €1€$— 69. 9 6 9«1— <9S9 9iagQ3 ^9^- 

Ba-asta(stu)ra sahe 1^2. 

9IQ— 69. 9. ( 3°. 9HJ)— ^ I 91^ %8© 69!Q Q99 
BSi qa^69 6991 91^ €qd; 919 Oft— 1. A disease 
^t% 3rar f ^3 due to the derangement of wind 

in the Btomach. 
y I 63* 8W 6^si — 2, Flatulence. « I 36^191^ 

aiQ 3. Wind passed through the anua, 

v | sjq Qiq; gi& 91^— 4) . Tbe vital air ; breath. 

»q ^iqS^ Qi«c» «Q— 9iOl- a^c* « 10 ' ^ , 

* I (q°. 9I99> 9IO) 3a«i 69l^l9 9^69 9§«i 

^Jfw f *ft, ftfe A969«iO 6991 9S9 91 gl^l 8«Q; 

fer^T^ 991—5.. Wbimj caprice; a fit of desire 

which at times overpowers a person; 

craze 3 fad, hobby, f | 9I%9«I— 6. Fit; of 

madness, 9 I {V A*) ^ l SL° ^9"" 
^ ^!t 7. Mad person; a madoap^ 


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r \ q©Q9M, 991^5 W <5 96?lG9 a««J 6 

€$Gm 99 *$9lfll99r9 Qam^G9<3— 8. A 
title attached to the name of ladies in 
Bombay corresponding to *Lady' : or 
'Madam/ t | G9€HI 6 9QGiai9WQ QGiSi — 
9. A title of prostitutes and dancing girls, 
*o I >9g^1— 10, Sister. <A I a<^l 

9i99is_ 6 QOHliiSKji £l9^q$9&SQ G*j9 
g€H |a ^ — I*- ^ n address of endearment 
to girls or to women in the position of a 
daughter by elders. o I 4%§ 6 $M9^ 
93ICJ9I QI9— 12. A name given to males 

^ *l$ and females, K* I PQ9I — 13. Dancing 

girl. 

€9. W— e I $<*% 9l%«j 9l^t—l. Mad " 

denedj mad. 

JIG«fa§ Wq 39 «©ag^— 2. Much 

addicted to a thing; gone mad after a 

person or thing or after a hobby, • | 

9C9Q9I S9n— 3. Thoughtless; inconsi- 
*" derate; devoid of judgment. 

Q3\ G9Q 91Q « ? SOS! «lft «W» «©C« 

%?cr S«3$_ QlQ« ? - 0« i 

flieQ — < | (q«VTOQ <S gi^OIQ) 9—99 9Qs1- 
1. Elder sister, ^ | (9iG9*9) 9— 9Q9ta 

QG9Q— 2, Sparrow. 

«itf«a— w. «. W. 9a)— 9ig$a* ( w« )— 

BSiSeia Baunsia ( See ) 

QIQ 2I©9I— €9. 9— GO* Q9GQ 9I*J %@9 G99tg> Gas 

Bai ardiba" C»ffe*Wl £TI$f 91 — Flatulence 

3K$«*T . (9IQaQ9l, 91Q999, 9IQ99991— «9i§a) 
91Q9.— C§G9. 9. (ft*- 919919^5 9IQ9 X )— 9IQK»fifc 

Baik _qfa ^liftlft*trf QO©a €19919 — Bicycle. 
9IQ9-C9. 9— V I ( S. WWI )— 9IQOC*— 

Baika 1. Cowagej Mncuna Prurita. 

«rt*vfft [ 9— «9I 69SIGQ 9S9 I <19>Q Q«, ©», 

G9QI I ] 

) I Ql^Q (G9<S)— 2. BSyaka (See) 
9IQ9§9I— G9. •©— * I 919% «Ga|9t^ 9991 — 
Bai kariba 1, To-crack wind through the amis 

flWi *at 5 I (8539,6*39^ aq9 9*5^) 9199 9991- 
. ; ^rtraspn^TT . 2. Tfc$ make or turn onermad. , 


9IQ €9[«r-G9. 9. (*. 9l^€9l9)--aQG9l<a W«s 
Bai kosha Qjq 9©Q G9i^$4* — Hernia. 

9IQ €G^9t— 69. 9— Catfiq 91^91990 Gqa— 

Bai khen"chib5 Colic pain. 

9IQa(Q")<§l— G9. ^. (?. 9GP9, 9l©CT<a)— Q§$ ^91^ 
Baiga(nga)na qjs 6 WIQ era — BriDJal; egg- 


«r 9W— 9iQcro(«), 

Qaft ? 9151*53, Q€J€T0I # 

^I9(^, 9ig[9(q) a 

91QS1, 9CT, 9IQQ9, 

۩. 90*, 991^1 
91- qO€Q9Q 


€fl. 9l9®IQ v 
2B. 919*919 
fl. S9G9, 9ICSF, 9«l 


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fruit; Solatium Melon- 
gena, 

91®? 49; sasfl Qi^_ 
49 9Q 4Qq§)9 Siq r 

€9I^GQ 9*1 S9fCJ?i9l 

9aae9 sgfliQQ eoiQ- 

9IQ §< I 9IG€1« OS ©a 
fllaiCQ ^< <19 * Q9GQ 
9?FQG9 6GQ GQflIM* 
Olfl G99i% §< J «^ 
Q© SIS"9«! 69aS9 91Q9« 92 QMN 9|| | 9|Q^SI 
aoi, 9QI, 9|Q€igia ^ g99l €WG9 9l9lg9|Q I ' 
€9€©9 9tQ€h?I5 919 6 Off 6 59?f?9 941 £||< 
<^ S9G99C9 9 aM I S9G99 QIQQe) GQ$ €SS 6 
G9£l G9^| G9IQ TCQ I GgfllffQ^ QQg\ qiqq^j 
G9IOTN I 99 99 9100^1^ GQSja <19 «Q 99 . 
99 G9G$ €3919^ 9OTS)a 9IQ«ei G91QgM N | go. 
6 ftni<9fl9l9 9lQ9Siq_ 9IQ951 91 0|§)5>Q Q| : 
©IQ9Q 9IQ9tfl €9IQg«i I £sa^ qiqq^ ©qq 

aiQG^ erG9 6 aiSsa qG9 ©iq ai^es 91 q©^ 
9lQcs^] q9iai< I a© S9 9«tqg <9g9iQ *^q 
cat 9IQG3 s^a 99gq trco 1 «iq_ c^«i9iciQ4i 

G9JQ9IC I G9< G9I9 9W9 94l^9lQQ QIQSI^ eQ 

a© 6at G8S «ra a'GQ <I9 0191 asaGQ Qm?^© 

^<1 I 69IG9 9IQM% 999131, G3I9I 6 991 9Q 
««§ I 9IC961 fl§ ^if, G93$f 6 G9IQ ^91^ GG^ 
. G«W 399 G8I ^ C9IQ G9IQ AM 9!^ 9[Q€J^i qg 
gGfir ^QOI 9qgi<J) 9GT9C9 <lg' «Qq <I9g9iQ 
99 qeo 919 Q9GQ 9G9 6 9§G9 QfQM' sa^j. 

«S4i Gca^io qq o^ero *G9; <I9I9 9ia ceiio- 

.. 9lQ9tf<9. G0l%G9q.9) 1 ^9 !3§ 9G£} 9^9 g^69 
•. 39 9t9Qtf1 ggfii €19919 99 QIG9 I 699i9fl©eQ 

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Gai©i oiecta 9t© v 8§99, qq, tf©<aao A ©«r, 

«fl^^^6''«flWWQ en§>99 i $9.*!$ &* «9- 

3919 »Q! 909*3 aSG^QGO 9GSS §W9 I }' 

9f9G«€9r9l— 69. 9— «. I 9IQ«I^MQW :qeqQi 

; Baigaria kordS 9(QG«S19 ctt aa^9£ ? S«SG§- 0|f 

; -*rftoHf1 G99I Qicf G9l$§iq «fc»&9 : *f " 91091 

*teEldi& 5fflE?if £cj!— 1. The operation of spading 

C^tWtt^ ret?JC*i OW; C^ffftC^ ^5tC*r a plot of land 

9?H<*£I ^ od which brinjal plants have been 

(9IQC«IC9I9*«— «l9*q>a) planted, 9 I flQI 9QI 

C9IO GOSI aaVQQQI- <foa©lQ GS<3— 

2. A sort of cloud looking like clods of 

earth separated by a spade; the mackerel 

cloud.. 
[O— 9IQCIS 9QQCQ flit GOI^Sfil ^11 3|Q 

Gsaaet gqq gqq gsiq G9«iflM cg§aQ esq 
gscsj^i qQi oqi go«i aiQ^oi e^qQiQQ^ 

C9l9f CM ^9I9W I «aa GSQ G9<3I QQSk ©Qfc 

qotiogo 9<ai G99I9 flqwi © ai< <9 <9t a^ 

S>9aQ^©QI 9G9 I <lft Qicj «©I9©9 gg :— Qff^ 
9Q| fl»l, ^Q9 atfftl; 912* G9IGS* 9PKQ J q»i s§> 

eoi i] 

9IOGIS GSISQ— GO. 9.— «9 GSS 91093; q^ 9IQ«Wr- 
Baigana topara Very stunted egg fruits* 

^gw [5— QiQa«a aa gqsu G9IQ cig^ era «9 

€dt G91Q3-KI I 49K19IQeiSI GfclaQ 69IQQK l]*" 

91QGIS1 a(GQl)6QQ— GO. 9 -— SllOjea 9I6WI9 9*1* 

Baigana pa(f>o)iei £>|g$ aiW $89 S«5 Btt- 

"art^l^l 9G€$ — A kind of excellent mango 

4UHI<4f& growing in Bagnanpalli in Madras 

Presidency. 

©IQ&<3)Stefl(aO — GO. M.— Oft) 9JQM 9^ 3Q 9J»_ 

Baiga(gi)nia(a5) og Q§ Q$© — Violet^ deep 

: CW?f ^Tsft purple. 

[9ioa(3)aa(*H— «i%p]. GO. 9. ( ©isi ) — 

9I C ^®9 a^[ ) ©^G9 < a — Name of a moun- 
tain in lialasore. 

ea'-gicq aiQeca a$6cb ?iqq3si i qaleia* $si r 

0l0fl(8)«il— go; /9,— v i 9iQMq. aoi er^i 9§ ©q 

Baiga(gi)nl GOTO 91 §OQSQ 9910 §*» 91 G90GQ 

C^wl aSf 3g© $391 <9g9l9 801—1. A cake 

%*t(ar)5ft fried in ghee or oil, consisting of slices 

,>, , oi brinjai immersed in gruel, f \ 9G0€I^ 

. ■■-••*} ■■ -• -■■■■ - '■ 3. ^icotina Alta (tobaceo-Jeaf). 


[5^-^<j9IQ grfif aQI I 95NG9CB <%$ : OQ TC* 

<9 wfeo' "*5© goiq sn<" i g©GQ £TQ9 «9^ qci^- 

a«l I (Haines).] . 

60- 9tf- 9IQClStai (C0«()— BSigania (See) 
Q|QGIG»(0/) — GO. 9.— i I (tf. 9iigg9 <IQft 90. «. 
Baigaba(ba) q>qig=oiQ QOCia) — -q<2 <3Qft <9 
3NFst?TQT, MrtCTOW goiQ filqi' qa-^1- A kind 
*?. QI9— dtBlGTO of hedge plantj physic nut> 

Jatropha Curcas. 

[0—4 aa'ne° 910 Q© $« 1 <9iQ a^ 9io 
aiq^ aa *t «ct3ggj ffQ §so 9»o«3 er» «9- 
stq m « ©^92113 'flS GO g*f QQ J flip aQ|QG9 
99 i < €19^ OlSiGfi! g|Q QI9IG9 I <J9IQ 9ia% 
OI^IO 9qai<3 I <l «3G9 9I9"9©GQ 9I<3 9^010^ 
QG9 

-> I €g <9f; 9«3Q 9IQ99I3 9IQQ9I OIQiq 
Ca^ 6 91Q flQ— 2. A small species of 
Baigaba plant? Jatropha Gossypifolia 
"sit^i C^8t, ^S^?l Jatropha Glandulifera* 

[3— <9I S0G3 S»G?IQQIQ OlflflfiJ GOag» <l G9S% 
a<?€i G9!Q?ia, <19iQ QOO! giq 5 ffi I QiO d 
9« Olft OGQ i] 
9100(B)— €H- 9. (e. 9I0^— ©«h)— ©Ql— 
Baicha(cbha) Blame, 

^t5J; ^5 5%5T 93. — 6>QO —Blamed; censured,. 
9IQ©(0)©€191— GO. 3. («T. 9IOi=©Qffl^)— GOTtiiai 
Baicha (chha) kariba 9«*^Q COI^ GO^Ift Q|€j^ 
Q\Q €091- -To find fault with a person. 
0IQ08«D-G0'9. — (7. 9l9+-9^9 91 9109 + ©t©)— 
Baichatia 91^1 OGQQ — ^ ne weaver bird- 

^fat ^FIT Ploceus Baya r 

9IQ0— GO. «.■ (3. 999)— t. i g«l©^ 0m9 — 

Baija 1. Excommunicated 

^Ifcl ^T^K >? I 399^—2. Abandoned, 

91QQ ©Q9I— GO. $1— wfclS 91^9 qfllOW 9QOI-- 
Baija karibS To excommunicate a person^ 

9IQ9»I— 9IC9. (GWfil-M) 9.— 91039 (G9«) 

Barjaijia Baigaba (See> 

9100(9) 91^—20. 9- (3. 9»9 6 9$9l) 2IG«?Gl9GQ 

Baijalji) handi G9^ 0I9QISKIIC? 9Gb G9IQ 

U5ttf? GfflO^I 31 < — Earthen cookiDg pots which 

JTTgarfY ufe are abandoned and thrown away 

on the occasion of a death or birth in a. 

■ ^ *'■ .'-■- , family. 


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?QQCfli99- 8fli« aoq<a I 
■^IQ9l(«l)«i— GO. 9.— 9§©Slfll9 QQ <0 ggiQ 3© 
BaijS (jha)li GSfc fllQ — A. kind of tiny fresh 
[9lQ©l(^l)fii5a — 3©i%a] water fry with, stings 

on the neck. 

[9 — <i flis a© a««i i <19IQ c«Q ai g« Ml ai<a 

Baiji -qte^l 3T$5ft Dancing girl; nautch girl. 
^IQ«l«6flO— giGQ.— («9©IO) 9-— Q99IOCQ 9I©9| 

Baijhali gita 3IG9 G9IQ9I cil©9GSS — 

A kind of song sung by girls. 
^[Qtl— G9. 9. ( V 91£j9; QtOQ=Ga $M )— 

Baita ^ | 9|£}| ©£©Q — 1, The weaver bird. 

[ g— «fliOQr SjfJG© GQG © q9l$ <q|GO fclCpq 
9€1§ J ] 
> I 9IQ «iaq (69«l)— 2. Bai tangara (See) 

^lQ»(^cr{a)Q(«)— G9. 9. qr— qscQ 91© 9391 

Baita(tu)oga(ngu)r5(ri) qiq^ 9IQ9ISI9Q' 9l£j| 
[QlQ*i(^cr(q)Q«— aQiqa] oe^Q 9GG* ^oqi qq 
[QiQ*i( ? )a(oJq— qj] ©qg<?i €§9 qwi»— 

<^5l, •tJt®! A term of endearment applied to 

^iR^I bald headed children. 

[ 9— Qiqi ©G©QS 99 GQ^ff 91 iicrq I ] 

G9. 93— * I G9$) GQ9 C9G© G9G© 9l$a aQ 

§<]; ^991^1; 35^ 91^1 — 1- Crack-brainedj 

"^1® *IiWI crazyj a person subject to temporary 

S1*5TT(*J) madness. 

> \ a©i9g© ©^ — 2. Of unsettled or unfixed 

^S iffeM mind; fickle-minded. 

*N«ir *> I 3aS*9l©XG<39) — 3. Whimsical(person). 

4*. Unmethodical (person). 

* I ^ lc ^tS? ^9 Q Sfl©Q<3 S<$S — 5, Similar 
, to the acts of or befitting a fickle-mind- 
ed person, 
•QIQ9>(©)»— G9. 9. ( ST. «9<H; 9IO<3 ) — 

B5ida(dha)nka g^iQ qqq sq^, ©iq qy QgM— 

ff. a&iiq— QB9&, a^qgl, 1. A kind of wild nettle, 
$Sil, 9I9<3), 9$fel, the cowhage; cowitchj 

SiSq, 9$ q, %$©1, Mucuna Pruriens, 

©S|»<1 # Otl, «I«CM, [ 3— Ifa, QOIQ-Qp QQ 

] «9iai, $l£l, fl©9«, «9IQ C0&G9 •* GRflW* 


csMrel, »S*fl, mdl, §gq cwaiw : gq^ qq 
q9iGaiai r qg9 -■-.. «q$G©- w© gw^GG^ 

Wt^t? ^^5t fl^^ GQ9GQ 9I^G« G99 

^p^ft, «T^9lN, %l% q^JiQ G9IQ ffft 9J<1 <9 

i^^N", l*hr,^#5r 9Ga^ awi %< 1 <I9I9 

eo- 8fa«jjL, o«9fl fla 99 99 6. 9iQoa:w 

q.. 9JWQQ, 9I€* qg I C$ 9i9 «9G9 -*09l 

fl. 990, ^l^ i]# 6 9©€)§9^9 6 

9loa I ai^Sa, eoi 4 aal G99GQ 4 cis * 9919 1 

aQI C1QQ $QGQ G^Q^Nl] 

5 I (M4IIS) 9J 91 OO 9^i G3^ 91§ 8QQ a$^| 

^Ht^t 9G9 — 2. (fig) A wicked person. 

* I etfjQl 991 9G«^ — 3. Cuecuta Reflexa 

( Haines ). 
[ o— <39|q sty ^©1 qq. ep aal <19 «NhlG9G0 

©IG3 I ] 
^IQ@^€J— giGQ. (QSin) 9— 3QS3 ( CTfli ) 

Bai dimbiri Kharasana ( See ) 

9IQ^i GfllQGI— 3IG9. ( «OT ) 9. 0— G*IQ SaigiWQr 
B5inti poili fliaSIWQ'Q G^9I QIQ^G^g— 

A term of mild abuse applied by 
mothers to young girls, 

9JQIQ 9 091, ?|Q<% GUIQQQ QQOI OQI— OS1 I 

9IQQ— gi. 9. ( 3. 9I9 5 ! )-9»l5 G©IS— 
Baida ^t 5ISTT Drum. 

G<JIQ 9JflQ« C€« Q 91QQ I $%$$. fl^fSQO, gq 1 

9IQQ(Q)QI(«)€ja— G9. 9. ( «. 9I9s9IQ ) — 
Baida(di)ka(ki)riS QI9I9JQ; G3 9101 9QI<3 — 
^WTfa ^Sffrot Drummer. 

QtQQ ©®QIO— G9- 9, ( 3993 )— SH9 G©N 6 99 
Baida barclakatha GOIQ —Small and big 

cet^r «\^l ^ter %w drums. 

^IQQI— gJG9. (««lfl) G9G9. ( ETI- 9191; a. 9IQ9I- 
Baida ©^© qasj ) — t t (QGQCl) W9$i| d99 ^It5t 
It^t^ ©q?<5 ©<^|Q© 99 91 Oift©— 1- A date 
ST^T fixed for hearing of a case. 9 | €©fel§ Qt^W 
9Q9I QIQ* Siq9 91 S<31^© qqq. 9aQ— 
2. Time taken or settled for doing a cer- 
tain thing; time Jimitj adjournment. 
QIQQI QQQl— £IIG9. (Glftlfl) ®— G9f«a9 QICH 9Q9I alU 
BSidadeba aas? (9^Qao) qaq 91 W^O G99I — 
Tft^taCf^Sl To grant time for some matter; to 
^l ^rr '. adjourn a case to some other date. 


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•S>IQ9l 3$9l-*-giG9. ( 9«l« ) 9, (995*81 ) — 

BaidapardibS ggggi eyiia9l ©qs$ G€t!t« ®$1l 
QIQO 9<$Q9 G99I— (a case) Being fixed 
for hearing on a certain date. 
-©{QQIGfiJ^I— QI69. ( 9*19 ) S. ( 9©€12B )— 

Baida" lordiba G$ta3 S99SIG9 fli?Q9 SieiQl 
9&9I — To pray for an adjournment of a 

case. 

•<©« U9-G9. 9. *I — a^s w§$ g§9SI?s ss*uaa— 

Bai dhana A term of endearment. 

Q|Q;y©2fl(20")— G9. 9. 1° 6 %]— 9IQ a© ( G9« ) 
Bai dharia(aB) Bai dhana ( See ) 

••QIQ UQQI — G9. 9— €IQ|Q€Q9I^J§0W Q\Q\; G8$cr$H 
Bai dhariba" — Disease due to excess of 

(?$ $\9\] W% WStT wind in body; flatulence, 

(9IQaq-aoi%a) 

-QIQ 9l©(*)-69. 9 — G9SHI 9lt — 

Bainacha (ta) Dancing girls' dance. 

^ ^rts sis ^n^ 

-QIQ €r<»— €9. 9.— «J9$ ST9 SIQGQ CQ9 9IQQ G91Q 

Bai phala Q9IQ SDQSI ^IQ9Q 391%)— a«9©WI 6 

■<1OT^1 «flQ4# 99M ffft^A wild fruit of 

^ ■ rc <K5T unknown name and attribute. 

^IQ<3>— 91. 9— (*. 91SJ9)— QI^GQId— 

Baiba ^ttRJ *ra* Northwest. 

CS GSQSSQ VfcGQ 9IQ69 ©GlxJlO G9SQ I 

££019$. C9flQ§ «$«1©1 I 

<^|QQ(69)Q-<S'vG9. 9— <Q*. 9IQSI)-fi||V9?IW «* 
Baiba(be)la q^Q — The Holy Bible. 

"QIQQI— G9. S— ( «. 99 ai^ go. 919 ai§.)— 
Baiba 919<1 99IQ9h— To play on a musical 
?[T^fa 35TMT instrument, 

SfiT €Q<3 qw C«9 9IQSS* 

~©IQ 9l«($)®(«l)— €9. 9tf— (3909)— Ql€!»— 
Bai bSu(ta)XlS) Mad. 

(9IQ9l9pl— <0 G9. 9— aiGQ9— 
*trW fW *IOT Madness. 


QIQ§8(8)— C9. 94— (e. 91^90) -O 9I$SWQ «S9~ 
Baibiohha(ohohha) 1. Restless like a mad man 

[9IQ9,*l(9l>0— «H%a] J 1 S9Q 9i^Q a|fc 6 

ArV^ G9GIq1©^~ 2. Hasty and restless like the 

^^RTF tempest/ 

(S21I — 9IQ9fl!9 9*K$Q%9IQ9Q C9IQ 8€QQ 

CIG9 I) 
€9. 9— 9IQQ9I — Insanity. 
(M— Qiq 9IQ9S q2© 
9IQf)@Sr— C9. 9. (*. 99Gr)-3)Sa q$a 9CM3 99CT— 
Baibirdanga Embelia Robustaj embelia Ribes, 

^g|q ; 9I9I& 6 Qql^O, QQ I <I9I ^9 i" Q9Q9I^ 

f^;^m^ <s 6199 %dfi^ta cia 

^raft^*, ^RrfSr^i* 9an C9i<asit< 1 <i qq ^q 

^rri^r, RR<^r ©IQ I <9 ftlQ S29© Q^lQaB 

a. 9i9©1fir, eJ9SL«i -«ii-o*gw, gpig^, 9°9«, 

q.. 9l9t1°« 6 ^§G9€1CQ S?e^ I 33$ 

CO. 9iq990q ©I© GSi 9%, 9CT 9919 

Ol. 9uq9Q° 69QIGQ ©G^ 1 ^q q|©q 

€TI* 9QCP9I9^1 STQ ^Qa 6 Q9Q9I^_ 

«1. 9Q«9l9«il Qim I 699m9 519GQ <9J 

q^ «g, ejisi^ij %9, a«9^99 6 4<a 1 ^391 ab f 

«j9qai<?, ^9Si Gqa, «a«j, ^9, 919 ^6 

99^^199 I j 

9JQ g#— GQ. 9— (Sq.9S9)— 1 I ffqfllO^ €<a»IQ9 

Bai munda QeQSHeQ aiaaiQQTQ G9IQ9I 39 

9Gfil , 3 — 1. A term of endearment used 

to children while nodding their beads. 

£o — CilMGtt <9I G9!€19I 95iqGQ ^ICO 
9l£jJftj;3H 90 ^!JSl < a '^ €3 S'O 9QQ £11^ I] 

> I 9l$p 9*(^9 flg^li — 2. Mad man's 

brain. 
«t» 091 ^fQfl^SL «a'— ®« I 
QJQfiJ— G9- 9 — ^ I q©Q9«i9G9$— 1* Tittfle of a class 
Baila of personal servants of a Raja. > I -49£)Q|Q 
^_2. A kind of flat and fleshy been. 
[ g— <9i siaiQsi 9^,99; v 1 * n&Q qh ^ 
GOSil I <9IQ A* 1 COR 6 GOBS! I €f^Q flf 6 

ecpq, 9991^ ^qai<3, 919 9IQQ9 s^ai «i^ 

§€9* I GQ69 <9IQ ^£^€999 *99l<33 6 991 9ft 


9© QC9I 


. ^ f #!kfi^r J 


i«^F r ^MC^r 6969. -9. "(CP>— Q*m-^ Byel**/ ■? 
«My fiJtStf 1-^tiQ. 9~ «U 69GO 696S GOM 9qgftK* 
^ Ba*la"£$>5 doq *l$a,a 9Q9l^l. Fits of whims. 

(98J $39i— «om%h) 9 i sm^?9i§? ewi-^2. 

^ttitottl The state of being attacked with a fit 
JftgHMf of madness. 

91QQ— fllG9. (9©ft9|«l> 9— t I g,lG<39; fllQ«6>a— 
BSili 1. Woman. J | ^s&l; 9)Qa — 2. Wife. 

9IQ6«9^-69G9. 9. (Q°.)— QGQ9GQ «[9I SO CIO— 
BSilen- . TfcjR STCSfct By-lane. 

9IQ«(€I)— 69. 9-6 9«. <S«N9IG9) (a. 919'TO* SI. 

BaisMsi) 9iQ9l)— C9I9<I% $9 «*>* 9I«*««5 

^ftn «n^T . -»-> — Twenty two; 22. 

69. 9~ K\ ©SJS — 1, Rule; regularity; * I 

&<Sfr\} ©»9©l— 2 * Certainty. • | q|o&q,— 

3. Coherency. 

(301— ©I QZAQQ. «§ 9IQQ Gift l) 

■W€l q£§ 69*— 9l€0. 9IOMQ) 9— (*$« 9«Q9l 

Baisa kuraijhi benta a£|q Q\Q ecag— A 

vulgar term of abuse applied to males.) 

^jiaQQ^ 9SQ — A licentious person. 

9I6$(3) 9W«-69. 9— qj» « OTQiaqr 3 99WOI% 

BSisa(si) pahaeha Q©9G9©I%99I a^ G3§ ->' 

'CCIIf QITO'SQW QQ flQl^t $«— The 22 

steps leading from the lion's gate to the 

main block of temples in the Temple of 

Jagannath at Pnri. 

Q1C$ 9Q© ®IS*— 9169. ( 9IC<MQ ) 9— GJ 6 9$S9r 
BSisa hararda dali g© siafea QlQSCSS — A 
vulgar term of abuse, applied to males 
and females), 9^ QQp- GflS©^! — Licen- 
tiousj wickedj wanton, 
9IQ€!l— 69. 9«~ V I A? WfO— 1. Numbering 22. 
Baisa ^ 1 Oy 93,$!^ — 2. Relating to 22. • | 
• *Fte*rt - V GQ?«il 3Q9» (€m«i)— 3- Measuring %2 
i Gaunies. v j ^iQ'g. ^9 §IS!£j— *. Twenty- 
second. 

"69. 9^<J 9IQS«9g,Q9fl[9l9— *- Anaggre- 
'■'■ gat&of- 20- things, j | Qfi^ 9tl© 9J$Sl3 

<j$a 66W"'eKF% : "99l 9€*39l W ? ©MM* 

i.' ■*. ^ <i?9|Q CI9H—2, A heap of - 22 . sheaves of 

paddy reaped, by^a reaper. 


[ 2— aiQQtIO £tf 9SI 9IS6Q' : ®§^ :©0»<" 
- eiatfl ^ aid ai« 1 GflqsiQ » ->*' €QSN* 9Q! qeio. . 
9$ 96« 6 q^p 69Q -696ft g© 9IQai^ Jf 
©MM* 901 «p fiK l] 
9IQ3I $*! — €9. 9— » WMI 8|Q q^i eTO : «M 

Baisa kut5 990GQ ^° GS?<ff «IR» QiQ9i <3J© 

The system of getting 10 Gattnies of rice 

in lieu of 22 Gauaies of paddy. 

[ 5-65^1 q&Q 9IQSI qti gfliG« r 4' s^a 

^» aSSiqslCQ dl9^hdl90l% ^91^ 9^9H I ] 

9IQ€i ^©31(33*) OQ — C9--9 — *> 9© 9ila1 -<!9e9!Q 

Baisi dinia(5n) jara ^i^qQ S?Q ; tlQtr<39 N ©Q— 

^* l lHM *RT Typhoid fever 

oiQ€i aaai— 69. 9«i— G9^ 9QIQ aewa >^ a»— 

Baisi palia (a Bisa) of 22 Palas. 

[ 9 — Q9C99 glQSQ 5* 6 €9S©9 iQ6Q ^9 
3Q€J Q€ll OG» I ] 
©1Q€I afi)20 Qfcil— G9. 9 — «_QSg 9ai — A heavy fist- 
Baisi palia bidha ^fffll ^flf blow* 

QIQ aiQOI(€0)fi^— C9G9. 9. (ft*)— ^QOOtt a!9«49Q 
Bai saika(ke)! <|^*tfe<*^ q|^j S9Q|^— Bicycle. 
m*Rlft*rf [9IQ§9(€9)^-SIQ^oJ 
QIQeeiOK©!)— G9€9. 9. (Q°. 9IQOWSO^ «ff6«ll©l)- 
B5isoth5(rda) QI^IO^ «9^l WSS\ ^9£l 9€«^— 
^Iwl^l ^TffT Sodi Bicarbj Bicarbonate of soda. 
[ 9— <19l fllQe^ CatQ 91^4 9SS1 I ] 

9iQ(<3, q, eqi)eq,ia v -69€9. 9. ( q°- Qic^ie^ia ) — 

B5i(e f ya, yojskop SJ€«39 6 9qi gQerao 9^9 

^tralww $i9$9o ©pa9q 6 o§9 a^ 3 o«©^— 

^FP^tn; Bioscope t 

9IQ9l^~Si€9. (gg) 9— M 99C9QQGQ ©€l^l£JQ» 
Baihandi gg^ 9© 99919 69 fl9lgql9 Sqei 9q^ 
Sl!-<3 — A big earthen pot for boiled rice 
offered to Lord Jagannath at Puri. 
69. 9— 9IQ9 9!§ (693)— Baija hapdi (See) 
9!4J— 69. 9. $— 9IQ V* ( 69« )— 
Bai Bai 13 ( See ) 

9© fig «iq 93 Q8 «IQ— Qaifria. Qsj^ia 1 
0«— SI69. (9I6Q4Q) 9—91^1 (69a;— 
Bau Baya (8ee) 

OI§- 69, 9— e I (ff. 9ilfl)— 69—^1'. fathom. ^ (, 
Baug *te* W 9lflflW*--2. Left side, 

^rfl,< 69. ;.9*.^.( ?. 919 H-VI 9lfl— 

j. v>;'- lvXi,eft..(s>ide 


QIQtf 


( +*9+ ) 


9iQa aq$ 


C?G^. 9. (WM €19) — *<i 91® ©fflQ 6^919 
'TO' d|9j 919 — ( nautical ) A unit of measuring 

the depth of water; fathom. 

3l^t*0— W.9«KL°— (S.9W— ^U G3Q 9«i^Q 913- 

BauSa(aBj 919 9I9IS 913 3SEISI G9€l] QlfiftQig— 

C1&1, C*flM> •IJlfet, CT$1, C^l Left-handed; one who 

^^rr^TT is deft in using the left hand. ' 

(9IQ«lf, 9I&M — TOi%3) [9I$« , 9i6*$ — $1] 

Ql€$k— SICQ. (CTOQiaQ) 9. (9. QIOD-Ql^fifl; qQ9$— 

BauHk A pole with a sling attached to each end 

for holding loads and carried across the 

shoulder. 

Qief wei qqiisj— w. 9 — 9ia° ©to* qmq (ct«) 

Baun dauS etc Ba-anda-an etc (See). 

Ql@€l— €Q. 9 — (S. M) — aiO^W 9QQ g3<9 QIC $S 
BSun9a 9G3<3 — Barabooj Bambuaa, 

€I«EW, 99ET9, a §S^ vo | «o p^GQ 9I^SQSGQ 

©3q, ai§<a% ^©giQ 5 w gssjiqq aft aGQ <9 


GSW — 

9. G9Q 
q. 9l°a 
GO- C9Q§, G9^ 


ffJ. 999 


•ca% aiw «w> »i wigq i 

-0 a 19^91^9 319 G9IG3- 

aw i < v\qq q$»g§ 
<9S9I9 q&£> 9I9IG9 
<9 $Sa 3«£jC9 «$9 
GQG9 «9i$ q$9Q 
Alia© I 9l§>3 G1QGQ 9Q 
*JQG$ 9i§€JClQ 3Q3K] I 

•<igaiQ g9iQ a&s — 9iqs 

QfiiGQ SG9 I 9:^3Q©| 91 9Q©1^ QM, <J9QI 6 

^qQ 9qsi<l i eiGffQQQiQ 9l^a ag aai — G9Qcr, 

9IQ9198, Q4l9l§a, 9IQ88, «!©«!, 9«&I9IQ?« 6 
IQQQfla 91 <&WIQ 91 gQq<3IQ I C9Q1Q3QGQ 

9i^a Qer, §$, q$ f q^gqis, ga 6 caisoia©, 
9piaq ceil a© i 

Mi^— q% ^W; wiso, «cr, 91^ 6 §§- 

vao^?— **W, ^ 6 9q9^q, 9#G$a9 

©I€?tta3q(a)— cq. 9.— (a. 9a 4 as)— 9I^«q ag- 

Baufisa agira(la) qq—The top of a bamboo 

3rc*ft ^wi TORrr «ta stem. 

Qi€5la 9€i-G9. 9.— ei$€q to €if<sit d ^aai«i — 

The small branches from th ; 

t+99 


Bainsa kani 


^W^^5l ^T^r^^:^t 'main bamboo^ 

[9i$a aS(s)q — %Qh<%*] 

OIQd QQ^— GO. 9. ( 3. 9°9 6 Q<3]Q ) — 9i^QQ 
Bauiisa karardi Q?T$m Cj»i — Tender shoots of 
#ft*f3 C^t® 4fH*l cfclifcH bamboo* 

[ Q— <§1SQ a^Q 6 ©£)9iq QgsaN I ] 

QI^SI Q§9— giG9. ( €»»lfl ) 9—91^9 Q9^) — 
Bauflsa karirda Tender shoots of bamboo. 

QIGJ^I <JJ — glG9- ( GI8ISI ) 9— 9!^a QIQSaGa ^^ 

Baunsa kundi G^IGQQ — Basket of bamdoo 

lathe, 

QI6?si %q— BlW. ( eiTOl© ) 9i^a 501 — 

BauSs* kumbha A bamboo cluster; a clump 

of bamboo trees^ 

€>l€?3 GGO-C9- ©. ( «T. 9€l + ^l9l )— ^9S€1 catoi 
Baunsa kheja GQIQ?[9! ^9 ^q 9|^ a q 3 q Q . 

(9I§«9I«I— »9iqp) 9lffl39IQ 9^l« g93S>— 
ft"f ^t#t Exhibition of various athletic exercises 
^RRft^Rft on the top of a bamboo 

Ql€?« Q^fil— G9» 9 — 91^41 aiQ^ 9I9IQ9I Q^099 
Bau5sa chaula ags— Rice-like substance got 
ift^^ 5|^T from the paddy-like grains of 

$IHH*I ^I^ST the bamboo tree,, 

Ql^ftl 60IQ-CT. 9— OQIQ 9Q»i 9l^a 9Q$ Q9G9 
Baunsa tholfi q9l G$l» 91 «I9Q« — The rind 
(9i^€l G^iaai — BQiqia) covering a young shoot 
%C*t^ ^^(C^t) of bamboo^ 

qi^si GQQl— GQ. ^— erosjaio qs <^9 gq§(9 a$& 

Bauiasa deba 9^)991 6 Qlf 91 G9GQ SWal G99I 

^ C*f^9l QSjGGl 6a G9ld^9i d!9 6ta$_9l§)€l ^jg 

<1* 9Giq g««Q G99I-— To make the stan* 

ding paddy plants incline towards one 

side by drawing a long bamboo over them. 

Q\4fl diQ— G9. 9. ( tf. W 6 ai»i )— 

Baunsa dhana 9I$G «S9 £T^^ 9I9IQ9I alO 
^tt*t? «R 969^ — A paddy-like grain borne bj 
IrRT isfPf bamboo trees^ 

qi^Xq^q— w. w. ( «. 90 6 a* )— 9i§a a§) a^— 

Baunsa paturi Like bamboo leaves. 

(9f$a a^€i«i, 9IQQ a^a— siwiqo) 

^H *tW G9. 9^^ I <$> SQIQ a»l Ga$ ^12— 
^1H <T^IT 1, A kind of small fish. S | <$ £I9|Q 

<3i3 — 2- A kind of grass. 


Ol^fl 9IQ2JI 


( ™99 ) 


91«Q 9£l89 


$IGfe 0l©?fi—-G9. 9— 9l$€t 99% ©0 G9IQ319I 39Q! 
BauBsa patia «g (9l£j3a 390 O&IGQ 9i©8©)- 
^ft*fa *fF5 Thin Btrips taken from bamboo 
#TCn?t «ETT^t and used in weaving baskets^ 

«i^a ei&a— go. q— «5% slqctio G9i« ©o 69icq9i 

BauBsa pbalia G»IQ3 — Bamboo split into two. 
fWtft [ $— £TIO«l%*l$OG«S 00 ©©GO OI9I 

<S£T 9QI $4 I ] 

■Ol^ ff^QI— GO. 9— OI^S 3QCQ £70 aOOl— 

BauBsa phuliba The flowering of bamboo 
fW C*W §TCT S^Pff trees. 

^»l€f« §QI - GO. 9 49 ilOGO QO^QI aGG>9 3©4 

BauBsa buda Ql^a — \ cluster of bamboos 
%m ^t5t, iTO^f^te coming oat of one place. 
<MG$BI 9 ja1 — GO. 9 — * I 49 39IQ csft aio — 
BauBsa mull 1» A species of coarse paddy. 
ffc*ft 3JT -> I OI$Q SftO Gfl% » «§— 2. The 
small piece of the lower part of bamboo 
with the roots attached to it. 
<QK£<9 Qfi1 -GO. 9— G3^ «l GQ99IGO G9*©l GOlQtOI 
BauBsa rani 9'§flQ 3«G0 ©W>l gelO <WOT- 
*W ^tfW^ («!*) ©a© 9<^IS GOslgJ— Women 
^TH^t who perform athletic feats on the top 

of high bamboos. 

Q\$& ®Q-glG9. (fl©»l©)9 — 96» 91 9Qt 9Q9G3G© 

BauBsa hala Qi^a q^lft^iq 9fl% $9IQ »S 9>9§ — 

As much of bamboo as can be carried by 

a pair of oxen. 

■Ol€&H— 8IG9. ( sn«99 ) 9— ^s <aoo qp— 
BauBsa Eaftere of a thatched house. 

OIQ££D— GO. 9- ( <?. 93; «T- G9I ai$=§S|9l )— 

BauSsia t. 1 ©|qs 9IQ2ISQ ©2IQ ai©»; 9IQ3a 

<!tC*ta g*l^t 1. A small basket made of thin strips 
sfft^Tj qfiflff of bambooj a work basket. 

9 t *<l© gOlQ 8I3 — 2. A species of sugarcane. 

^IQ§ia«0— glGO. ( ©qqfl ) 9— 40 901Q fi^L - 
Baunsipia A kind of mushroom. 

Oi$(§)SI— G9G9. 9. (GOT)— (OI9l©a ») WWI — 
Bau(hu)t5 *tfsW *3T (nautical) Flag. 
9P «9 ccUa eisiti 9Q« a^fllsfcr ogro «c« 1 

G9. 9— OIGfcfSfi { GS<3 )— 

Bautia ( See ) 
OI$(§)§2ll— GO. 9. ( *. 91©!^ 9M*; OlttSJC! )- 
Bau(hu)tia qo «G«; $f 410* 9»l 9l$f a— 


^1»1 ^I5IT ferjOF, WIHW The black buck. 

[ Q— 4GI0<5 €flT ai«N|0 6 GQIQI GfllQI I ] 
9IQ9— GO. 9. ( a©i§9Qd ) — flg G^!©0 9G0 G9§ 
Bauidi oiqf 01 OOIO 9I9IG0> <$§> — 
Oj^K Belching or eructations coming out 

^ 1 ^ after a full meal 

OIQO 0® — gi. 9^ — 9I9IO 90 ( G9« ) 

Bauna pati BShana pati ( See ) 

OIQOI— GO. 9— OI^OI ( GOO ) 

Bauna Bahuna ( See ) 

©l€i©OI — SIG9. (OT09.0) $- OI89Q OQOI; aQGfllOO 
Bauniba Q 0091 —To disapprove. 

GO. § — 9I$©9J (GO«) — Bahuaiba (See) 

oi®Q— gi£o. ( q^ogo ) 9«- a°. ( s. g»isl»; ^?- §• 

Baura 9|Qq ) — Ol^jOj G|€J«5 OIQftl — 

(OIQ'Sl— ^1) Madj insane, 

9l€fcQ— GO* 9. 1°- (S. 0^0)— 1 I gO^ «lO©l09Gfl^ 
Bauri 1 A low depressed caste. | 

^rf% [0 — 9l€jQfliGO 90(910 ^O^GS SGT OOlgJ 

(oiqo«T— %D «wma 09^1 9§ t oroi% 4qico acr 

QIQ^Oi 0211 O&qS O!^ G0@^I3^ t 

g^o^ooqiGQ 30 0©«S§ G9 9IQQ9)IGO goFo 
9G0 I 3019^5 GOO 4?«flfiJ *$ 9^13 G3iq" <fllO£? 
Q9G0 »©iiqo «tfi OQOI^ 4fllG© gOIQHGQ 
2\§Q<\ (JQ ) a^ Q9« 0€«^ 49 t©^ GOOGO'?!^ 
q<fto «IOGO; Og QOGO QOGO 'flOlflQi*?' 9pl 
0:Q I 4g 90ejq 4^tlGO «g S^GB 9GO©0 G9G^ I 
<V\QQ 0919 GOGO QQOI 8<SQ I 40)09 OIQQ 
flQOiQq L •fl910IS) , G0IQQI4 t S'lgJQ OOfO' fflflO 

<]© qg;Qiq 4QIQ9 q.G^@« i 4^1 ;o aKnsr^©3 

9«i9 flOlA 99SJ I 49ICQ OKI 9»§> ^OO" 90 601- 

fli*g oaei oog) oi§ \ 9^ooso oia^fliso g^©Go 

G9 OIQQfllGO 9^i9?H5OI%0!© 6 §1^0 QQ atfij G 

(q.°. ^ %l) — aa€5«kil w ooiic? oaa^i qio- 

2. A name given to children born after the 

death of their elders, 

glGO. (gn^^Q) 9.— 6Glfc GO^jO — A present 

sent to a friend's or a relative's house in 

return for the present sent by the latter* 

OI6}€)>080— GO. 9. — 9I$Q OtQO 9Gq§©— 

Bauri baishnaba A Eect of Bauris who officiate 
as priests amongst the Bauris. 


■©JJj© 9«l 


( **99 ) 


9i<«r 


QIQ€> Q©|— GO. 9.— S^fiQQQ €QI1<3 913 Q9Q QQ<3IQ 
BSuribata sia^ eg QI4IQ Ql©qei?)Q sid^ $©Q 
J&3 3W QQQ QIC* §_QO SIQQQlCfl 9IQ9IGQ 9i9$Q 
9©! — The bamboo lath tied to the top- 
most zone of the thatched framework 
of a house connecting it with the already 
thatched other half. 

Ql^€} 9*11— GQ. 9 — 91$$ £IQ£J <4Qjg©IQ OgJ — 
Bauri buna A caste of low class weavers. 

G9. 9tf.— 9l$Q$sl ©£p?<jj>l3| $311 G91Q99I 
(691* %€Il) — ( coarse cloth ) Woven by 

Bauri weavers. 

^iQc© ©©qi— sito. (sai©gs)— 3.— ©i§q aa gois 

Baulachi bakiba QQ9I — T o rave like a mad 

man* 

QI^QI^-GQ. Qti. qf. (ST. 9l§p)— *. i 9!$Q — 
Baula ^tfeei 4T£J5fl; SF3* 1. Mad; insane. 
(9IQ©1- «J) ? I «,9- 2 - E rring. « | 9|$a 9m^ 
a© 9l9i ®Q<0©1 — 3 . Maddened; behaving 

like a mad persoD. 

qq $.— 1 I q & — 1. Delusion; mistake; 

error. 5 I 91$fl©l — 2. Madness. 

gi;©. (qq© ©lew©) 9.— e4Ta ©loq <© 

£WIQ 21© f2 9$^ — Avery small fish 
belonging to 'kantia* olass- 

£q — <9i€l 9<UI G99G9 9I©GQ Q9 991 $<l <fc 
a©^ 91Q© a© G9IQ $\< I <^L^<9IQ <3§ Old G9IQ 

<5>1<^»I 9Q9I — C©.-- $.-~A I ©|$Q Q€t »i© 9©9t — 
Baula kariba 1. To cause to be restless like a 
•IWr^fl madman. J I q § ©I ©qq£( ©Q9I5 
^TS?; *<«tl 2, To cause to fall into errorjto delude^ 

©!««(©) — €©. ©.— v I (*. qi^s) G9f9a3 s#-©l£| 
Bauli(la) ^fe 9GQS — 1- A sect of anchorites, 

("©— ©CTG99G© < tfSJ^iqQ G9§?S!G© q§G© 
GSIQQ <§ ©9GQ ©£i G9Q ag^GI 9&IQ <&Q ©IS 

«iq 9©ej t <^Q esfos> aa G*a 9© ©isgq 

©l%© 1] 

J I 9ISJS* ( GO® )— Bauli ( See ). * | 
9IQI© ( G©« )— 3. Bahali ( See), v i 

aQd 40 aasiQQ ©©91 g^GQ <s»i©2i©© 

©IgG© ©SI 8I& © 3§>91 'QGWiGQ &9Q© 
GQgqciGQ 91$ ©811891 ©91— 4: Straw 


put on the extremity of a gabled thatch 
to prevent rain water from reaching the 

gabled wall. 

©I€$6l— GQ. 9. (3*. ©©q) — ©t©Q QacjQCIGQ §$©! 
BSuli gjQ©cil GGI© — An ear-ring with pendants 
^liWlM* V\^§\ worn on the upper part of the 
4h1<J* ear. 

©I6&S) q^6)— G©. ©a— *- I ©31 91 9I§»©1 90i 3©IQ 
Bauli chauli 93391 — 1. Raving, j | 9ilq© — 
«tf«OT3 T5 ^R5!TOr >^T 2. A gitated- 

Bauli phasia ©g^9Ga < 3— A kind of ear-ring 
§*r^TOTr ?&$\ ^Nt * with pendants. 

Bauli lakshmi A thought-less or foolish woman. 

g>i< -GQ. $. ^>^i («. 9IGOG*)— 9ia <?i Q^^tg — 

Bae By the wind. 

Ql<f — GQ. S, M (3. 9IG^) — QISiaW C CQ — 0n *hfi left - 

Baen 3Tflf ^ 
©I<*Q1<— 6Q. 3. M— ^ I QW OQGQ— 1- With 
BaeH baen the velocity of the wind # J I aWJlQ 
( 9M Qj<]_ao^a) ^Q® G9IQ— 2. Being carried 
3Ti<r ^t^* ^W ^n: a^ay or waved by the wind. 
(Ml— 99? QSi3lOGQ © 91© ©l< ^W 
Q$QQ I ) 

* f qiqiq «4gq 9G^a © QQi GQQ c 1 q«— 
3 Without being heard or attended to by 

any one. 

( qai—q giQ 91©^ «sigq q9lft^Qi ^19 GSi 
4$iq«i ©i< ^i< Q^fiia I ) 

v I («r. 9§8) 9I9IGQ 9I9IG9; 0©GQ QG9€1 © 
Q&— 4. Without-entering inside^ 

+ t (^. ©Id) 9^99 9151 SGIG9-5. All along to 
the left; keeping to the left. 

©wV-fliW- ( 9-©s? * *>~ 98fl»- 
BaeSrS A kind of fish, 

Baegan Brinjal. 

©i<Wi— bin. ( ai«M ) * - ©«qa— 

BaenkS Wildcat. 


914Q 


( ***T ) 


S|9 v <jS> 


QWfij— 9169. (SKW&9)9. ( tf. OKJOI, $p. 9<]^=*9<3; 
Bael q<30 ■- qq) — oiq — Sand . 

©KK^WOt- $69. ( wrgq ) ©— 9ift€W 5 ffiaaoiq 
Bael seSk qqs g© TO9GQ GS$9I— Dry 

fomentation with heated sand. 
9l6(6*)— 69. 9. (*. W )— G9— 
Baoioa) Fathom. 

Ql fl «— e. 9<a. ( 9a+ a )— 9asa«1q — 
Baiiasa . Pertaining to 'Bainsa', 

$, 9 — ^€I6<399I — —The manna of bamboo, 

orae— sie©. (09010) ofcft. 9. ^*csa) — ^al — 

Bfiinsari Flute, 

9i*€i9— e. 9. A.°. (oa+aaeo qoJ-wIoioo — 
Bamsika (9l D £f0i — gj) The blower of a flute, 

018— €9. a. ( S, 91 — ?££ 91 99«\o© B9«iq ) — 
Bab t. | ( aamia© ) Q|Q|Q s &9i - 1 Bravo j 
^"8 313315; 91£ well done | > \ a$t j— 2- Oh ■ 

(91s qi, 9i«9»— aoiqq) 
Ql (go*i|9)— 69. 9 6 9<s — 9la* QOil9 ( 69# ) 
Bafi (etc) Ba-afi etc ( See ) 

tiTl* M$— £169. ( 9§9 ) 9-a°€il9!Q — 
Ban^ dbaru Shareholder^ co-sharer. 

Q\91~Sl69. { 9gQ ) $ — 9I«9I — 
Bant-ba To divide^ to distribute. 

tflilQIQ— 9169, ( 9gQ ) 9— 9°al9lQ— 

BSntadar A shareholder. 

Cfl fll€J91 — 0169. ( €1991© ) 5 — Q99Spi C1|§ 91 

Ban mariba qcfol^i 8991 91 £T^9I — To blow- 
wind into the belly of a milch cow, 

OiQ— s. ^. ( 90 ai^-Qa*l + *,aj 9IQ sp <ai. 19. 

BSk gi9i q9iai<i )— ^ | qjq h - qq. q^ eal> 

Q©IQ© 9<a^ — 1. Speech; utterance; word; 

sentence. 9 \ 991I — 2. Learning. • ; 

39391— S.The Goddess of learning v | /_i_ 

. 9Q3 9£]J 9|3q£J; Q I? — 4. The organ of 

speech. 
[ 9 — <3§ €19 W6Q «9i 39 9€Cf qg §-<!j 

sai— so^oro, aoooio, a 3919^ 00*19 f ] 

9IOg$€J— *• -9. ( Pfll 99) — <* I 93169 0IQ£^ 
Bsk-chaturl 69«IIQ9I; 9l£t€r— 1- Bravado; 

(9193431— TOHqp). bragging, ^ | Q£|| 9§9|C9 
9l9O%0(^)J M 9N4$q— 2, Cleverness- of 

speech 


i 


9<3 


69. 9— 96$l^> $Q TO a9ta Q$$9I 9al — 

An equivoque. 

tSSGQ 9flQ ffl €9tQQ-Qg. G9CQ<gaCOI3 I 

9IQ qQQI— 9. 9. ( 9fl1 09 ) — V I 9211 p@9l 9^69 
Bak-chapalya ©|Q9| 391$ — 1, Hasty speech. 

OlOOBQfc ) 1 Qfl <M ^aioa-2. Chatter; gossip. 
9IOOOOI(*1) J 9 

9I00Q— a. 9. ( 5>a1 00)— 9ai<}iq goiofli— 

Bak-chha^a Dodge; evasive expression; quibble; 

equivocation,. 
QI9Q^— g. m. (<>fll QQ. 9iQ + g^) — e I 9211 9£9!GQ 
Bak-patu g^ 91 059 — 1. Skilled in language; 
[9l9 v a$9l (^) — 93 clever in expression. 

J I 91 «1 — 2 Eloquent. 
9199©— S. 93. (^xsjl OO) 9l€iJ — 

Bak-pati Eloquent. 

q. 9. — ^ I $98©— 1. Bruhaspati. > \ 9§ 
(8- €l.)— 2 - Bishnu. « | QGois 919H 
(g, ^j—3. Faultless speech, 

910 giq|«h— S.9. (^1 ©9; 9l9 + 8iq^) — e I9SIS9 
BSk-pSrushya 9&CI; %0909 e6^l€tal»9l— 
[QlGao^tgl) — 9«j 1. Roughness in speech, 
> I 06OI9 91 9^9 909— 2. Scurrility. 
* I 399)9—3. Defamation. 

OlOjJKjfl %fl — 69. a, (a 4 «MQ96;€!) — Qiq d^Q9l9 €9-- 
Bak-bakum kum The sound made by pigeons; 
^F <t^i v ^; ^^ |?pi cooirg of pegeona^ 

91099^1—69. 9. (a. 91^9951)— e 1 9i9qa— 

Bak-bitanda 1. Wordy fight. 

} I a^aqg q.^ — 3. Improper argument. 

OIO€l§— S- 9. fcP^I OOj 919 + a^)— Oai Q§9I0 
Bak-sakti gq©| — Power of speech. 

910900 — e. 9. ( ^1 91 99l OOj— QSI69 9 9991; 
Bak-samjama g^9l9i 9g9li aQ6^IOT^ 919^ Q 
[9 9^JOO(oi) — 9*] 9@91 — ^Moderation in speech 

9I0§9— e 9. ( ^1 9© n )— 9^9 919*1 Qia<i60 Qf9l. 
Bak-siddhi qa a6Qf©Q 9ld9GQ WOOI— Sueceas 
in bringing about the fruition of one's 

words, 
[9l98$»ta»l)-94] 

OlO^M — *. 9- (^1 00; 9(9 + ^p) — 1 I 9319 %P£I9 ; 
Bak-satra 9l9il9^ — 1. Beginning of speech^ 


G>!9 


( ***e ) 


919 GUfitftf 


-> I 3GQqi9© o#q§) 91 ©$—2. Gut-string 
capable of producing sound when struck. 
Q\Q— <3. 9. (Q© aHj+Q& a) — 9l9i; OTIj Q§— 
Baka Word; speech. 

QIQ Q^Hiert — GQ- 9. ( «T. 9iQ-f WH«S; G9 9|Q«iGQ 
Baka kalyani qmii QQgj ) — 31^ — 

Brlibmana* 

Baka ta(ta)kulia Excommunicated. 

5TSIRr C©. 9—39 QIQSGas — A sect of sudrae. 

QI99— g3>G9. *• ( a* 99 ) — * 1 «woq q;q «S% 

Bakasa £9, QQC^M n$\Q', $%$ 9«$Q— 1. Bos, 
*to*i, ^1* -> I ^9m106Q Gqfte 9§©ps> apsiol 
3^?5C 9G9SISI© q^Qj WttO— 2. Croton plant. 

• I <q Qioq 99014 QQcqab) qs— 

fftal 3t$fa 3, Box wood.. 

* I 91© 9IQS — 4. Hand box. 

9I9Q QS— 69. "-9— Q9ilS6Q Gq§S> 9$©p«M- 
Bakasa gachha §g<sjj Q|«?| 9^q ^5? — 

*fF»1 ^teft Croton plant. 

Ol©— C9GQ. 94. («)— * i Wlty— 1. Remaining. 

Baki ^ I §Q$% SHQI 9© 9§ £II<1 — 2. In excess; 

^#t TOft in balance. * | 9G0*JI— 3. In arrears; 

outstanding. 

( sai— 91a 919; 913 919 1 ) 

r ' tafft 919 B99g SG9^— 4. Payable after 
deducting previous payments. 

( saai— $i§« 91© i ) 

. * I 5199% giQi — 5, Due as remainder, 

9—* I WffaMj 39639—1, Remainder; 
remnant. j | qqq^i G9^ 91 giai — 
2. Arrears^ outstanding amount. 
* I *l99li 699 ^0 — 3. Amount payable as 
remainder v | $99% 9 19m *JQ — 

4, Amount due as remainder. * | 96£|l€l 
erffi) — 5. Remainder after subtraction^ 
residue. ^ | ^q^^ ag> 91 eQieij 9191 9© 
9SQ — 6. Balance. 

( 3211— 099Q 919 I ) 
G9G9. «— ^ I eg— 1. But. J J ^—2. And. 
*| Wi— 3. Also, v 1 «49a— More- 
over. 


Q\Q® — 69. -W. ( ». QIO ) — * I 969^1$ 8<P TOQ 919 
Bakia §[91 C9£j— 1, Arrears accruing in pre- 
^t^t ^t Tious years, " j \ QQ§% 919 — 

2. Remaining due. 
G9. 9— <■ I 9)9^91 -a9 } 3199% aa — 

1, Balance, -» i 9I9§(9I 4IMI 91 SIGs«t GOfaS- 
G9£[— 2. Arrears. 

Qf© QQQI -69. $— G9*J aO o^j q£a QQGSia O 
Baki kariba $Q91 CSIiqC CIMt Q36Q 919 Q§9I^ 
^T^t^T^tl G99I— To allow arrears to accrue on 

**(*l 499*11' one's self* 

OIO ©l§3»l — GQ. ^— t t G9«J a^€) 9£iai<JI^ 9<^ as>Q 
Baki katiba QQ9ltil 9IQ G^Q 9|9 G^ aOQ §919 

91© CJ9I(G9)Q9I l™ ffQa GQ39I— 1. To show 
9(9 6Q«i(Gfl)Q9l J " arrears after deduct- 
?tf% ^sfiM ing the amount paid # J | §g|Q 6)©|& 

^t% <fcl<HI QQ9I — 2. To finalJy strike the accounts 
of arrears. • I ^Q q§Q 9GqiG)era ^gj 
5?S}9I — 3. To cast off the balance^ v j gflflQ 

9iq 919 G9Q Q9JJQ aft ^ S^I9 6^§9I— 
4. To show the balance of income over 

expenditure. 

Q\Q a<8l)0(a)€ll— G9G9. 9. (a. 9ig + £fl- «©IQl)— 

Baki kha(kha)ja(n]a)na g»lQ GQq G£3^ 9Q OOO 

^t#t ^IWI 9^GQ 921 Q 3IQ 3©l QQGQ ©99IQ(?Q' 

^T^t ^sl^lMf ai^«l Q\< — Arrear rent. 

Q\Q €1101— GQG9. 9. ( 21. 9101+01. Q|9| )— 

Baki khata G3^ «l!OI 91 §919 9§GQ 9l9Qlsj- 
<lfa 1W fliOQfO|% gls«< ilQQ §gi9 GQ«I 2JM — 

ar% ^sTf Account books showing arrears. 

QIO CI$QI— 69. 9— @^19 «|0|GQ G^§ 9^9 ©isigq. 
Baki gardiba ^qi 91© » ai^9l§9 ^69 G9'3l99|- 
3T% ^TT The showing of arrears or balance 

(9!9 Q99I.9I0 Q09I — a^H^a; ia the account book^. 
©l«(SL)f — SIGQ. ( fl«lfl ) 9. 1°. ( 90. ff. 91«1 )— 
Bakiiku)ti q[Q agW «© ©!Q9G« , 3; 9I4SI—A low 
(919 fo ]f ^©1 — ^1) oa8te °^ fishermen^ 

9l«(^.)®arf— 8IG9.(€WW) 9.%1— ^ 1 9IO*©IOqi il— 
Baki(ku)tianl l.'A female of the Bakiti caste- 
3 I 9iqtW(l (G9«)— 2. BakutiSm (See) 
Q\Q 0.^91^69. 9. ( «• 9ia+£TI. OIQ9I ) — 

B5ki talika 9l99^fllOC? 9|fl 6 69^ 9I9Q QQfll^ 
^T#l «|(5prt GQ^ &IR9IGQ ««QI'0— Arrears 


*M$©I$ 


( +*9o ) 


O|Q0 


QISQiQ — 69G9.9. ( «. 9191+01. 99^ 91® )— 
BakidSr 6£l£) 9«i^OfG9 MNtt fllETI 919 QfieiN- 
^1#M* sn^fetf*; Defaulter. 

9<s— «QmQ gias 91910 gq qiqai aw — 

In arrears; defaulting, 
■9I« §9Q— 69. 9. ( 29WQS 3989 3909 )— 
Baki bukara 919^91 £J1Q*i — Arrears. 
^F ^^, ^l^t Tt^t ^T^ft 33ft 

(9ig aia— «ch%0) 

^1© Q@QI— GO. $ — V I St3d;Q GOEJ 9 G991— 

Baki rakhiba 1. To make default; tabeiri 

[919 99l(G9)Q9l— «9i%a] arrears, y \ C9fa§ 

^tffa «TW Qiaim a ?® ^ TOO^i 9<39l — 2 To leave 

^f% *3sRI any part of a work undone. * I 9hQ 

0GQ 3© 9QIQ 9Q Q39I—3. To leave any 

balance iraspent. 

( aeii— q" «g© «69 «qi go&> % G3^ 

CQSIt<l G9GR 91© 9§%9I§ I ) 

Q\9 q®9l— GO. S-— ^ I §0$$ Qg9l— 
Baki rahiba 1. To be in balance, 

(91© cwi— a«*qfl) 5 i a?Sq Q§©i— 

3tf% «tfa1 ^rftf ^TT 2. To be left as remainder. 
m | gosj y^aQiq 9 G99I— 3. To be due as 
arrears, v | 9© a§)9l — 4. To be in 

excess* 

^I^Jft)©— C9.9.— <*■ 9iq9l)— $ <%8 a!99Ga<aO TO" 
Baku(gu)cbi Psorallea Corylifolia; Serratula 

^ft, 5t^f6 g^^,qra^t Anthelmintica. 

g\ assiq— gsa«,Qqi©, [o— oqqgi^* 919 Q© 

89G)$$>, GSIS$«fl 5 §4» <Q 9 3§)GQ C 91 * 

^agfei, $$ Etai, <m a1© 9l»GQ ere* i 4919 

€WI, QOTOKol) §ftG9 G9lf<l a$|9IQ 3® 

»»1, OTflQrfOI -091 8QQW, 9*QS 49 

G9S9-6 ©#9 Q39iQ© I 4 CIQQ ©W Cqi95pn 6 

491 es«i f Q$9% <us, Qflf €», «jo, $9 6 ai^ 

GQ99I69 I 4§ « *9ft GQ99 SG9N$I l] 

^>l$f Mil — BIG©. (GIWIO) 9.— qeiQQ QIN*1 91 sal© 
Bakutiant q*fl<y $$| 219*1 91 siai^a 3«al— 
(9l%f $M— «Q'^fO Ordinary or junior Rane e 

of a Raja - 

<GO 9^Q Oftg ^*1> 

q^ W§ 9iSLWfll I 4g9Qfl- fleijjacra 1 


G»l«jjS— GO.. 9. ( ff. q«l«aQ9 )— ^ I «99« q?JQ9 9Q 

Bakuli qgeQ ?|9I 9S1IGQ aoiQ9l QIO (a§GS 

%5r,%«rt, *^5T GQIq G99l'9Q0qr OQIQ 3*Q!Q 

Q<ai aw) ; q^cnaafiap; qiaaoQ— The pin or 

peg fixed on each end of the yoke of 

a cart to which the neck-rope of the 

bullock yoked to the cart is tied. 

<9m 5 I QQ\® 919 W9I Gqa9GS<3— Cramp {at 

»Td^5 ^m ^ft ha^a and legs), 

S169. — (9I6WQ, Gfl9ffl^G)) 9. (%Q. 9, 91^) 

gtOlQ 91 q9G9^9 O^Q; aQtfl— 

Courtyard. 
91^ QOQI— GO- 9- — G3I9 919 9^91— 

Bakuli uthiba Being seized with cramp. 

OI^)Q— G9G0. 9.— (ft . 99^)— OlOQ QIQ^) 
Baku(nku)sa aaiQ — Bo^ . 

QIGQ^Ci— GO. 9.— (S. 9l9=900 + ^q)— gi^SOqi 
BSkeswarj 9GQ*3 — Name of a popular Goddess. 

QieQIQMQS)— a. 9.— * I QG21l99aO(§. «.)— 
Bakohaka (kya) 2, Conversation. 

y I 9^9^ (§. a.)— 2. Argument; 

wrangling 

9IS>1Q— e. 9. v -aoi— 

BSkkira Wife's brother (Apte) 

919**— e. 9.— (9© ai^+Q& sa)— 1 1 qoij^ki ao> 

Bakva 999s 9211 — 1* Speech; expression 

9 I aaG9lM9 €1990^ — 2 - A eignificanc 

sentence or group of words. 

• I SI£JG9ia9 a9 — 3, A word, w | a|£|q 

909—4, A sentence or quotation from 

scriptures, * | gQg§| — 5. Promise. 

[9 — att°9l9 €JTO 9SJ9I99IG9 GS3l«li©l SHQIQ* ( 

6 #9§qg so g^9^9i9s wiaaw 1 <9i ^9^— 
t. 999^ ao e«9, 9. ^1 ao g«9 6 •. 9.Q«qg 

«i^! QO I ^a«i QJOlO^ 9^1 — 1 — 491 99l$iaWQ 
S^Q§^; -> — 9l§g, GOS^S 6 ffl©S3 *— G090^ 

edict 9§iq au3i«| %£ai€ft 9191 919s ae^i 

OI9*1GGi * f Q9I0I9 Qg9l. «!94li9 Ml— S891S 8 1 

(oieadH), GdiGiiOl («dft w© 91^9991) 6 sug^ 
a99i9S§ G0a9l»!G|giGQ eftift q^— 8. a J 
GO- 9 — afeS99 TOfife 9Q91 g^GQ G9IQ99I 


919199 


1 +*9t ) 


9f«Q 


g9«^j©Q— Appropriate formula or resolu- 
tion uttered at the beginning of vedic 

rituals. 

<9I9H9Q— S. 9. g? (9!9i+$ ai$+©$. «)— t I $©5 

Bakya kara G3 9«90)% a©«j 9tf90iq SJ9G9 

<S99 6><J (©- Q.) — 2. Verbal messenger. 

J 1 qiqh QOQI 9Q9I 9<1^ — 2. A person 

who constructs a sentence. 

-919*1 9Q9I— €9. #-1 I 9© ©919 G99I; S©3© 6991 — 

Bakya kariba 1. To promise, j \ qq 9Q9I — 

^ttflWfl 2. To enter into a contract. » 1 @q v 

<nvffJh<^ii3 ^^f^rr g»9$9 C999 Sqicq aq?o 
ito^rt €H^,&§© q<s>o 2i§>siG9 sqs-Wh G9IQ9I — 

3T4a«h<*M 3. To recite appropriate formula at a 

ritual. 

-QIGMQIQ— -e. ©— ( ^ll 0© 3 ©19*1+910 ) — ^crlgiQ. 

Bakyadana §©££ — Promise; making a 

promise. 
QI9M Ql€ll€l — G9. 9"* — GO G99£) q$< ©ei, 9§q|g« 

Bakya baglsa <9ldi©t 9© 9G© 9|§)— 

"^faFrt^H 3# Braggart. 

9I919IS1--S- 9~ (%Q9) 9ffldQ 9GOJ9 9l9i— 

BSkyabana Cruel words (compared to shafts). 

Ql9i9©ciq— e. 9— ( *%l ©©j ©i©<i+9$>qq )— 

Bakya binimaya 9 caiaQQG — Exchange of words; 

conversation , 

9I9H99MIS— 3. §>— ( ?l1 ©©; 9I01+9OW )— 

BakyabinySsa « | 909^ Q8q$ WKHWQ 

9aig[0GQ$|QG9« — 1. Arrangement of proper 

sentences or words in a composition. $ | 

, ©WHSWhGQ 92JI SIQC3 EJQ^S WSTOQTQ 99iW- 

2. Arrangement of proper words in a 

sentence. 
-919*1 9€IIQQ— ST. M. q° — (9fl1 ©9; 9199-f 9SI99; — 
Bakya bisarada e I 9199* — 1. Skilled n 

(9IQh at_ -a9«(^a) speech. ^ | 910] — 

(919m 9€i99l - $1) 2. Eloquent. 

-9l9M]Q«iq— S. 9 — ($K|1 99 3 9l9H+9iq)-9ai 9§}?| — 

Bakya byaya Use of words in speaking. 
-QI9sJg«.qJ9€}Q|— GQ. £—9211 9g9l— 
Bakya byaya kariba To speak; to talk. 

<©I91I®$Q— ST. 9— ( 9$ ©©; 9l9*i-f-^Q9i,Q ) — 
Bakyardambara 9i©S>l9; 9WI9*W— Bombastic 


expression; grandiloquent speech; pompous 

style. 
9I9SIQIQ— S. 9— ( «qi ©©^ 9l9i+MQia y) — 
BakyalSpa < I 9a|9l^1 5 QGaiWOQ— 1- Conver- 
sation. $ 1 q®|9»9© 9aiq«l-2. Friendly 
talk, m 1 ^aiQgQi^tq Gg|^i§ q^ qGGr 
9$ ©I — 3. Speaking terms, v | ®al 
9§9I; fllf 3%IQ9l-4. SpeaEng; 

talking. 

$19— C9G9* 9— (Q . 99)— ©lOEl^l 91 9IQ9 9$IG9 
Baksa m© GQIOtfl 9i OIQ^OI 91© €£% CO*! — 
^fa 1 TOH Box. 

919 98— G9* 9— t I (Q°-Plfl — CW«© j C9W %4 flW 
Baksa gachha ^ q^iq 9109 9I9G9 91? €9Q 
OPW* ©§g© QS1I9IQ ^91^<3 Qlfl)— 9I©I9^ 9^©- 
*&&t a§)93«j| 9G9Q1 0,9 9COT— Croton. 

[ 5— 9049 G«nq9«9ia <9I Gq8« 5^ I <9I9 
©19 G8I9G9 dfi ?< I <Q\ 3^9 9|G99G9 6 2U9I9 
G99C9 ©f©l9IQq 3Gt I < G99G9 <1 99fllff«9 
9© QO ffQ dGQj 9§ ET9 §« 9I§ I a^9 t °«l ^g 

si99ig]e^ «i<3© (ggigciq©^) 1 ] 

> I (Q*. 993) <J9g9l9 99©^ Q^Gqal^ 

^3 — 2. The box tree. 
[ 3— <igQ 910 «9 99 6 9Q aiGa^OTttfllCQi 
<9Q|Q* QQGqaee q99 gcsiia9Q«iflio < 9iogq 

Q«Q ^<1 1 ] 

©iQQaioe— giw. (€19910) 9— (ciiq)— ^1 gt%g— 

Bakhai paila Wicked person. 

QI99-G9. 9— (<f. 9Q0; <I9I QSQ 9Qa 3GCf ai<3 

Bakhara G9IQ)— V I QQ^l© 9^1 a9ieT 9GS<9; 

^N^ 9«n — I. A herb which is made to turn into 

*sW*k, ^rar fungus and added to boiled rice to 

ferment it for preparing spirituous liquor; 

a kind of yeast; ferment 

[5— 091 <399taq 99i^% <9I% ©It <I9I9 

999 6g©Q^_G2© ©9 s iq G9i^ 919 9l«l9^sa 

99I9G9 $Q 9qgt<3 I ] 

> I 6QI9I 80G9 991Q91 «lg9^1 91 Bqdl— 
2, A convering or cloth-saddie put on the 

back of a horse. 

91^9* tWRff, «9€Qf€l I 


9lGtifl 


( +*9? ) 


^l©!G$98» 


OlfiWfl— fliCQ. (§°9§a)— 9— ©I9is1; a^— 

BSkhuni Story; folktale. 

©l^Q— eiOT (TO!©) 9— 9i$$ (C9<a) 

Bakbuli Bakuli (See). 

QIC— c3c9. 9- t. 1 (a. qicj— QScy 90. <j, 91191)— 
Bag Q9cy q5wo— 1. Garden. 9 1 qGIIQII©— 
4N *T»T 2. Flower garden. * | (q<>) ao|. g3_ 
mWi ^ In 3. Bag. 

tfiaeifij— s. 9. ( %qq ©^aiQSji TO x +em ) — « 1 

Bagjala 9lQiQi^Q j 91©%% SI^h© — 1. Braggingj 

(9|CJ£<IQ — aQS^a) grandiloquent expressions; 

bombast. 5 1 gcdqcQQ 9I©H©^ — 2. 

Charming expressions 

©iqjp-fll€©. (4W9S) 9 — 9|<39©l& (€©s) 

Bag Mi Baghabajari (See) 

OIO©©— €9. 9 — eo^vWffl)— DudavSee) 
Bag-dudu (9I©Q, 9100^0— ao^qq) 

©1©Q$— S. 9. («^l ©©J 919 x +©g)— « I ©QSIQ— 

Bag-daiida 1. Abuse s | 9l©TOfl— 2. Control 

over the tonguej restraint of speech (Apte). 

©ioqq — e. w. ( *^i ©©> qk^+qq )— a»i% ©k> 

Bag-datta qqqi ©a,c$ qioi gQfl© «*g — 
(9I€J?^— il) Promised to be given away. 

«op$— «r. 9«a. »]— 9©i $3$ ©©<% ©qois^ goto 

Bagdatta SQQ| ©qg$ QQS © C9I© a)ag} — 
(a girl) Promised to be given away to a 
bridegroom by the brideie father; affian- 

ced; betrothed. 

?. 9. $— G3§ 9I©©IQ 99190© 9?9 G9IQ 

aiQag — An affianofed virgin (Apte). 

Qa3Q§§— 3. 9*.. q?. ( s>s1 ©© ; 9» v +qq^)— 

Bag-daridra €9 ?R ©31 ©G© — Speaking little 

(QIQQQQI— %1) (Apte). 

(©IW&QQOI, 9l«9lQ©<i- 9) 

©l€}9Q— *• ©• ( 9l© v +9a )— 60— 
Bag-daja Lip ( Apte )„ 

QIOQIQ — 3. 9. ( 9fl ©©$ QI^+QIO)— ^ I 3Qfl^>— 

Bag-dana 1 Promise. 9 | ©M% ©QEftW 

9C€r 9919 G99I ©qc$ ©©il§©«© SQfl; 

3919919 ©TO— 2. Ceremony of betrothal 

done by the bride's father. 

fi»ia 9$— *. 9*. g°- ( 9$©1@, ©1©+^% ) — ^ 1 ca 

Bag-dushta ^Q ©Q*!©9§ ©19* *S© — 2 
(©! a &V — *)• 1. Scurrilous, -> I G3 a9 c fi©©3© 


oiQgfl, ©»«G9IS 1 Q<a| 9i99l© ©G©— 2 - Using 

Qiqg^l©! J ungrammatical language. 

e. 9 — v I aaQIQSI^ — 4. Defamer ( Apte ). 

J I 03^ <£i§<flQ Qa£g ©qqCQ Q0©q© C9IQ 

Ql§ — 2. A Brahmaria not invested with 

the sacred thread at tbe proper time of 

life (Apte). 

©IQGQ99I — *. 9. (Q9© Q*Hj 9I©^+«9©I ) — 
Bag-debata q^CI-The G-eddess of learning. 

QIQBQIQ— «- 9, ( 9$ ©© 91 5>5fl o«i 91^ + GQI^)— 
Bag-doaha ^ | q& W* 91 a©Q QAIQ^I — 

(QIQGQI4 93) 4- Utterailoe of harah sound or 

words ( Apte ). J I QQ*|Q — 2. Abuse 
( Apte ). • I aaw— 4. Defamation 
( Apte ). v i^MQQgte 9l©i — *• ^ngram- 
matieal speech ^Apte)»- 

* I 9W*CQ aaqal— 5. Guilty of improper 

or impious speech 

QlflNNfl— fe ^« — 9iaG9l<a9l<3 — 

Bag-do8hi Guilty of Bagdosha (See) 

C9. w— e I 69 ©»9 9©ff 91 aQfl^Q QSI © 

QgQ 1 # Not trne to one's promise. 9 !■ 

QQ^IQQiq — 2, Abusive. 

• I 9IQ*CQ aaqal — 3. Guilty of impious 

speech^ 

Bag-bajra 1. Severe or harsh language, J 1 
(9iO»»— afiJ^a) afcO 9l©i — 2. Adamantine 

words (Apte)- 

QI09«9— «- 9 (^1©©o 9I9 + 9Q9)— e I 9%>$S> 
Bag-bibhaba QKHaiQQ Q^IQ— L Stock of 
words (Apte). j> \ Q\Q%Q 9^©l OQ9l€^ 
gOQ flflOr^Power of description; com- 
mand over language (Apte) 

QiqOOM— *. 9.— (^1 9©; 9I9+90W )— ^6©I9Q 
Ba'g-bil&Ba 919^ — Graceful or elegant speech*- 

QKITOMQ- ^ 9. (^ll 0©i 9^^+919919)— 
Bag-byabahara— QIQIQQI9— Verbal discussion. 

qiogSq^I'-v- 9— 1 I TOc^a C ^^ ) — 2 * Bak "" 
Bag-baidagdhya chaturi (See), y \ <$QQ ^Qqrl© 

2. Skill in using figures of speech^ 


9!99<tfJ 


Q *?$* > 


91^*9^ 


QIQQMq—S. 9. (5><|1 TO- 9i9 > +9*£[)-9l9H9i^ 9211 

BSg-bjaya gg^| — Uae of words in speaking, 

QiaOTIQKJ-HT. 9, ( 93I ©©3 9jg N +WaiQ-)— M V «(M 

B5g-bjapara ,9§9I9 OCT-— 1. The mapner of 

speaking ( Apte ), ? ( Qa( 9g$|9 Q^Q 9| 

2jQ«ilq — 2. The style or habit of speaking. 

.■• I «Wqo© ^IQ^Qilq— 3.- Customary 

■ phraseology or mode of talking. 

9I6H3©— e. 9tf. Qf. ( 5>Sl fi0 5 9!9 v +S£L) — ^ I G9 

Bag^jata q<gn<] Qeil_9G9. €>l& 8)919 919393 «l&j 

(9I«sa®l — %1) ^99919^ — 1. ..Taciturn, reserved j 

having control over one's tongue. X | €flfa 

< — 2. Silenfc; one who has curbed his speech, 

9iqaa—sr\ ( 9i$ + m) ( .£<$1 ©© ) — * J 9193*33 

Bag-Jama ( G93 ) — 1. Bak-samjama ( See ), / | 
( 9§€lg ) ; Q°ia99l9 . 9i^— 2. A person , 
who has control over his tongue. «» | <a^> 
'q<g — 3. Sage ( Apte )• 

QI9 aifl-sr. 9. qi . (9l9 v +ss ai^j+a)— o&\ G£|9— 

Bag-jSma A dumb man ( Apte ), 

Ql«q« — q°. 9. ( *>^l ©©) 9IQ v +q.^)— * I 9ft®9q®} 

B5g-juddha C11092IJS9Q — 1. A- war of words;. 

exchange of abuses. J \ 91Q|^9lQ i ©999Q 

— 2, Wrangling; a verbal contest; 

controversy. 

QIQ — G9. 9— V I ( S°- 9ff ; flltf )— 9QIQ© QaiCj; ilQi 

Baga Oi|K E£)|q1-<"1. Ascertained means; mode; 

^M method, y | ag|. aa; 91$ — 2. Wayj road; 

WT^T; tl^TT path. » I eg:, qj- G9fa»— 3. 

Stratagem^ skill; clevernees. V | Qi^gl — 
4. Arrangement. * ( s>qq-— 5, Rule. 

* I 8I«lj i®Qi; 9Q— "5. Side; direction. 
£ I $$81 — 6. Convenience. 9 | 135&1IQ — 
7. Opportunity, r | (3. <?»l) G9IQI 
■ 3tT Wl qVG9 QQIflQI 99; QQIfl — S. Bridle; 
reins of a horse, q | 31$$— -9. Rule. 
1« I SiqgplQCI— ■ 10, Control | 
G9. 9«.— aal© — Under control. 
9I€I QQ9I— G9. § — t I 3^ 9Q9I— 

Baga kariba" 1. To bring under control ^ 
■<trt«lW > I G9?«lO 9Q9I— 2/ To act tactfully. 

t&iftm *» 1 %m\ 9Q9i; ctQi99ij%a4d 'featfi— ' 

';"" 3. To arrange; to set right, v | gjaiq- 
9Q9I— ^ To, devise means. 


' QlGf^jOlgtel— G9. «.— *,! 93l$9< Q$9lj^ ?l3<aiQ cial? 
„ B&gaku. SnibS 999,1^1, Tp ; bring under one*& 
Sl^t^.^tCNW <IWNitrfRr .oon^rol. ) \ qq^ 

[91999 e«i(€9)Q9l— -aff^a] #9r 9|q gpj^^ 

% To reorganjeejto set right, m^ |.Q|fO 
S$9l-3. To bring, to the right path, 

QIQ©— €9. 9.— (ff. ^Q€»Qi 9hWI©)— q^©Q^,. ; ^ag^| 
BSga^a i «W||0^09 Q^9?— Di3respecB£af>ar'i i B - 
%ffiB[- ffK^tt j subordinate rep^ to Qnejft^> 

-■■■™ ; >■■ , Bjipecjqr. 

Ql€lf 9$l(G9)Q9l-^G9" ^-t-^%©W. SWSWIg^' 
Bagar^a bata(te)iba. , ^^Q G99I-— To - give 
C^rl^t ^^Ct difcrespectful r^ply to. oq§]$> 

4»i*K»fl \. • superior. 

.(fl'o) 9i«9 ffsoQ <ai ' 9 a 1 

QI€ie@lQ— S9. 9 ; — ( S. " 9fti + G9:Q9 ) - 6QI9IQ 

Baga dora qg _M^^»A long rope used to tie ir> 

^D5t^ Wm^: a horse at the moutb. 

[9— sQOIQ q9GQ QCI1 QIQ Q9I 9SSQQ 49-.. 

3I«G9 <1 .G9IQ $ $«IQ G^IQIQ qg 91GS ijflQr 

2ilgt9G»Q »Q 9I«GQ «QGJ Q^QIO-lS . 9$Sj.^ 

a°a$ €Q:©lSl -I9SIQ9I G<39qt ^SQ l] 
©IQfil— GV* 9.— <9 9919 QQ^W 91 ^9 99^1 — 
Bagana A kind of magic^ 

9IG9. (Gfl«CllQ) 9.— 9IQ«4— Brinjal. 
QIQ(q)<31— G9. 9- (?. 9e9la-~CTO«l33a 9 G » !; 2!9S5l<g i 
Baga(gu)di <qiGQ G^OlQ 3^9131 ?(9I^)— o^SflV 
^PW) ai.€h Q.Q9SQ3 — -^ l^>w caste people living 
[9I^(Q)«1 3 9|§«(qi)— flQiqq] on fishing. 

[9— 99^19 99119^ qfi* 6 <l?l 9IOT.©|Qa : 
«!99Wgi9 ^Q C9M. 9°99^1 ^g I— GSJlSd^ J 
0!Q ^Ql— G9. ^.— «. I S9 QQS^Q 9Q9I — 
Baga dhariba 1, To take a side, 

^r^t^t / I G97^l3 9^^ €>^C9 TO9I.— 
Sf*?sro 2. To guide or control a person.. 

• I G9?Sl3 9211C9 99^ VQ9I—^- To per- 
aist in any act t v | qq C9IQ-9M ,999)-- 
4. To accept as unchangeable. * I 

, 03191^ ©QSTO 9iJ9l QIQ GQIQI9 «1915».-, 
aQ9'| — 5. To bold the rein of & norse^ 

Qiei Q(Q9i— x i ^esaiQ sig ct.9j — *"""" V ."; * '.^ 

Baga.paibS |1, To get an onpiitunjiy. 


*9««t 


( **9* ) 


oiaa QIC! QQ9t 


«Q$ tlQ9l — 2 To fathom the heart of a 

person. • | gqT<3§ Q^Q ^i 9l3 Ql€l91- 

3. To know the secret of a matter. 

«9IQ 99^— €969. 9.— (en. 9iq+9t9€fc <9l#69ta9 

BSgabagicha" 3999)— gfy £ g» 9?% 9919— 

Orchards and flower gardens. 

^fct ^t5l cq» 9ia ©dq, oq wasisw a© on oiq 

QiI^RT °i^ Q i ^Q coin i ^a«cfl*9ff. qw aoq^ i 

<q\q 991(6©)^— €9- 3- wif< 39*1999 Qaiq Sal 
Baga bat5(te)iba ^991 — To point out a conve- 
^*f& ^t^^f nient mode of doing a things to 
3<IR MdriMf, tR[ tRFSFniT point out an expedient. 

-9161 9QG— 69. 9. ( <19l&9 399Q; tf. 9©j SMQ ) — 
Baga baraga • ^ | ©Q^j §>£|fl — 1- Settled rale or 
(Q|Q S|€I,9I9 9IQS— SIS^s) principle. 

-^5W ^tt > 1 *31Qi fctib gjMQgi — 2 Method; 
fohl«U methodical arrangement. 

* I <a&* S^IQQ 999**— 3. Mechanism of any 

instrument. 

«•!€! SfiOT— €9. 9— «• R9I9699— 

Baga bilasa A kind of flowering creeper; 

qtot=t fi*l1*l *nr fk*m Bougenvellia. 

[ g— <i 9<ni9a 6 §9iQa q»,6 991 9flii 919 
siw'i «iQ69 3169 I ersft 36a «? ap ai« <Jg op 

69IQ91 91 81*9 r <1 OS «6flQ9I^ < C9S% 
(S |99l9»ra— Q9<i$.9) *«§?IQ I ] 

•9161 fl©l(69)Q9l— G9. S— G9tel§ 9^% qpQI §iq 
Baga marda(rde)iba 91 <a$«|$G<3 69ta§ 9I& 
9QQI^ 39§J Q9I — To induce a person to 
do a thing by hints or stratagem. 

«QKl(Cl)flGI - €9. 9. (*. 919 fl9) — 919.S9 ( G9« ) 
Baga(gha)mati Ban-mati 1 Sea ) 

<QIQ fll€>Ql — €Q- $ — 1 I aq§ 6991— 1. To be 

Baga maniba brought under control. 

<tf-sf *ifl > I 3C9Q 8199 9991 — 2. To obey one's 

SFT*rT5RT directions. * | 3693 q9|99 9991 — 

3. To be goided by. 

w 1 (OT191) acq^Q opiate 6991 — 

4. (a horse) To obey the reins. 

«9!6I Gfll©9l— C9. §— «. I 9I« ^iq COIOIQ 9©q> 
Baga moidiba 69fel§ 99%©Sl£© 9$9| — 
^W CSlt^I 1, To direct the motion of a horse by 
*CT iftmr handling the reins. 


9Q9I— 2. ( figurative ) To guide a person 

from behind, 
9I6IQ — 69. 9tfl— *. I qaglGQ 9&9I (9^)5 q^itQ— 
Bagara 1. Methodical. 

J I Q^fl — 2. Good. 

( aeii— €g §q*i 9|ciq 69Q Ql§ i ) 
3. q — 1 1 aid (^ «)— 1. Whetstone. 
9 I ©& (@. a) — 2 e Ascertainment." 

* I CSqi (g. a)— 3. Sheep. 

v I ag o (§. 41) — 4. A learned person, 
tf. 931 — €*% (g. 9) — Fearless. 
QIQGQ 99l(e9)Q9l -69. 9— ^ I «8^^agj9l— 
Bagare paka(ke)iba 1. To bring under control, 
3tt*t C^Ti, ?PtC^ am > I qa(Q9l— 2. To set 
<HrilM< oTRT right. 

9IGI— e. 9 — 9^1; QGIKI (§• €1^ — 
Baga Reins. 

QiciigiqQ — «r. 9. ( £<|1 ©95 919+219^,9 ) — 

BSgargambara 9I9<iQ nQMfli 919^19^9— 

Pomposity; braggingj grandiloqent 

expression. 
91611^— ^.9«— siai 69Q ©qa 9Q9) (9s§) 5 9<UW|99- 

Bagaru Treacherous; tantalising. 

9l3(S)— €9. 9, ( ff. 9^=6919 CH9GQ 6991 $fy 
Bagi(ghi) 9 fl««69l9 €1!© )— ^ I qqqoq ^j© 
^, *tft 2«196«93 9193 91? — 1 Bubo. 

^sftj ^ [ 5—<39i ©»q « ©o ^^ g@ €gl9 . 

QI96Q ^< <S 9$ 9<J9l€j9 §< I -<I9I S9969 QI6© 

qi§ «n» ^e^ ©igr] 

5 I 9^9; ^q q^69 W9I 3^?-. 
2. Lymphatic gland. 
9IQ28— 69. 9— e I 9IQ«9i ( 693 ) 
Bagia I. Bftigaba ( See) 

9i9^9 ^Qtn«€Q 99TI G9IQ n$& ^91 (i-i) 

<9g9lQ SJ9I 9ai 3 60193— 2. An iron 

^fq? nail hooked at both ends to keep two 

adjacent stones in position. 

9iaa G>i3 9Q9i— 69. 5. (e. 9* ai^=a© 9^91) 

BSgia bagi karibS k I ®sy§ 9Q9I — 1. To bring 
3t*Cft ^im«ii under control. 

J I 69fa9 9n^Q SQSJl Q ^ «l?SLaSPI — 2. To 
bring a person to a better state of mind. 

* I «IW«— 8, To set right 


«pi3^te) 


( ♦*** > 


*l§* 


v | qaiQQI— &• To persuade. 
■■«|^(«— C9TO. 9. (Q°- 9i«ft)-TO»Q 911$ $91 
BagiD(ni) c% 3IQ 99I OTI— Goods-waggon of 
^iT^tf STPR t* 16 Railway, 

Waggon load of ( some article ). 

-QIQQI— €9. «— QIGQQ9I ( COS ) 
* Bagiba BSgeiba ( See ) 

®$fi, 93 69C9 ^Sll «QI 914 — 

<?«?$• W«OQ QOGQIQ I 

-^99— gITO. ( W2$ ) $ — * I 99; ^9 a— 
Bggir 1- Like; similar to. 

9 I 8OTGQ — 2. According to; in accordance 

with* 

BSglsa Qg^i 9^1 — 1. An eloquent speaker^ an 
(9l9lfl.Q— BShqp) excellent orator, j \ $$1Q — 
9l«0ai ) aW „ 2 » Bruhaspati. « | 2 §l- 
9ldl«Wf **° 3. BrahmS. 

-Qidtai— * «. * (0Wte+«>— ««« ( §• Q - )— 

Baglsa The goddess of learning. 

(Qicikwa— acwqjO 

Baguchi(ji) Bakuchi (See) 

- QiqeOa)— w- •— co (cw)- 

Biguidi(rdu) kheliba" aq © TOQ 46«G«C« 
[9iq»Wl(CO)Q9l— *©h%9] 9€4PI— ( fi S aratiTe ) 
3C*1gH C«l To play at hide and seek with a 
^Tfea^RT P erso * 

-Qiqa— «r. s— * i *kwi (8- a)""" 1 Brin i al - 

Baguna ? I TO*» («. s> (TOS)— 

2. Karamanga (See). 

qiqq-3. «-(9i ai%— qp *§»to»i+to*. QQ+ 

BagarS qj. ei 5 'a» aafl)— ^ I ^ «» WW 

g (a . CT |Q_ 1, Snare; a trap. $ I «Q— 

2. Net. * | q|Q &qq| ©9$ PI^Q «pO»fe 
Q9 «Q5-3. A fishing contrivance made 

(QiqjBQI— <) of slender bambwUaths. 


9iq€}9— s. 9. qr— <9iqs:+WSN «£«.s» )— Vila* 

BSgurika ©a £fl« Q^Q S^ ^€9 — One who sets 

snares-to catoh animals. 

Bagula' Gapdiaja (See). 

QiqjB-tf. Q— 0199*1; IM009I (?. «) 

Baguli A metal case for keeping betel-packets. 

Ql%<^ — 9ITO. (fi»©»l«) 9 — aottfl QIS; STOQ^ 
Baguli Sabei grass, 

TO. 9— S$Q (TO«)— Baburi (See). 

QiqaQ— s. q— qsKr^aioSQ ©aiflKWi q«Q (8- a)— 

Bagulika A servant who hands over betel- 

(9|€l ©-^flQ^Q) packets to a Raja. 

Oiqpl— flITO- 6BKJOI9) ^. («. 9WP0)— qews 

Baguli «|^«9I99 Q«i9G^— The betel-bearer 

of a king. 

eiq%qqq Q©(€C)QQi— to. S— «oi » 9sq' a 

Bagulti chSgulu bata(te)iba flW QfilQ TO Q«9I- 
4wM «ft^ Wl iMW^^H l To prevaricate. 
QiGQ— TO- §. 9«— * I S*I€Q5 %W— 

Bage 1- I Q tDe manner of, 

(9ITOGQ— WPiqp) ^ iagSUN-2. According 

©o!qgq qfla 9ai ea§ vic«- 

* I QQ— 3, Like, w I wai^Gfl— 

4, Conveniently. 

Bageiba 1. To tarn to go to one direction. 

tt/tH J I <9 W^a^ W^l q9 ^QQOI— 2, To 
^HRIT turn round. •■|TO|9QI% i *lSfcrt— 3 - To brin « 
under control, v \ tyft^ «39l — 4. To 
bring to the right path. * 1 qaia<?»i 
qe^QI— 5. To set right; to change a 
thing for the better. 9 \ TOI^IS VW» 

QI9IQ «Q«Jl ®^* w % ®S^ Q gwl — 
6. To guide a horse by drawing the 
reins to one direction or other. 9 I GO|§< 
€H«qL 91 38% 0©9I— 7- To incline to one 

side, 

©lot— a. 9. (w)— ^ « *«ot «8 01 ^ *<%— 

BSgbhata LThe author of 'Bag-bhata samhita. 
3 I COQ aWQ^CSS— 2. Name of a 
Jaina grammarian. 


4i$tf?fQi 


( **99 ) 


QW(G9)^ 


J V 


; ei©©£} flJBO'f e~a%lGP $9£| : «§9l oiTO- G9$* 

99%t r*— ie$Sn9 ©<fo© wq®i 6 v — aosid 

9$ © I 8«w gw €G>9$si3— ©. a. I ] 
©iq$ «©oi— *• 9— *°V C9©wiwcaV a^icrfQsf 

Bagbha$a samhita g°@©|— ,-A Sanskrit medical 

work on the Hindu system, 

, ". [ 9 — <9\ 99© 6 «LSO 919© gfi 1 ?^ 9Q glSlS© 

Bagmi 19)— «. I 4991.— 1. Versed in oratory. 
<©l$©1(^)— 9) -> I 9199^-2. Skilled in the use 
[QlsTfll— 4] of expressions^ skilful in speech 
*l 9|^q — 3. Talkative^ garrulous. 
"* I 99IG* — ^* Learned, 
qo B $_< 1 $93©— 1. Biuhaspati. J I QS% 

991— 2. Orator. 

Bg^ya Moderate in speech. 

° ST. 9— ©GW (©. a) C9qai— Renunciation 

of worldly concerns. 
©IQ— fl'169. "WWW) 9—9IO— 

Bagh ' Ti S er - ' 

9iqs«Q-flW- WW) W. q"-*Q9Q «W 
Bagh-dhera G99I CIIQ9Ga«a; 9K33«— A term 
1 of curse addressed to a male by a 

female* 

©IQ— €9. 9. (■«. 9^i 91. ««)— « ' «*« W 
Bagha 9GW; «©Oi 9*IO— I. Tiger; Felis 

** *n* (9N«1-«)* Tigris 

[ 5 -^fllCO 9q? ©l«IS * ««<«C9©©9fi 
<jTO9Q9a9rq|l «ia«9lOT9Wr G99S© 
QQ\m C©iq 6 9QQ9«a ©JSC G99G<* 9^Q* 

9IO $9 «9 Q®S§© 919 91© SW. $*§ J «*«? 

Sq©9 €109 09 93?> 699 TO K <^»Q 9q^L 

''9W«fll^lfi9«aW » 9I<aaC99 9l«^ 931 — 

. -690IQT 9i' €>9l9l<3, ci^-WSy, ©QQOp *l 6 

L r/aVw^^^i^ QI 3 " .'. '/.""" . '' """" 

2.-A family title of the Kshatriyas. 


©IQ 115(8^)01— C9. 9. [*. Ma + a«lt(o)]— 

Bagha Snku(flchu)r<i5 ^99G9 < 3j «©g9 ; l9 *©U 
' ^ «Tte?1 tfiQT «%- «e«4 ( €93 ) — Alangium 
%qr/ : Decapetalurn. 

QIQ S!^9|— €9- 9 — 910 0191^^ 91 ©CTft^ 2ll9 
BSgha gargibS 9I9IQGQ ^91— A tiger's 

^t^Tfsil coming down from a hill or out of a- 
Sia WTiiT foreBt. 

©)Qg«— G9. 9— flQ 9I3Q O?!©!— Tiger skiu. 
Baghachhala ^T^t^(^1) <4N*l<slM 

QIQGSS)— €9' 9-^1 9I«39©IQ ( G9fl )— 1. Bagha- ^ 
Bagha ,chheii bajari ( See ) t > | gQfllQQQ <9- 

[9I«399(<))q — asw%a] g9IQ 9$9I9$9 G«ft — 

?|5i ^^fft 2. A kind of outdoor game amongst 

grsr ^^ boys. 

['2— O €«»G9 G«llf<I 8q 910 $<i 39h tefllS©'" 1 

■a«l aqaQ C9IQ Gai?c ai§»sQ G99 ^is?§ 1 21^ 

GGIf <3 8q 9$2»£il G9IQ <39 glffG9 9§9G9 <9 

91 €lQa!G€l 910 <3I^Q «U$a[4 I GQO^lCff 9IQ^ 

<§> $9 aeilq. ^Q9ioiQ° GO^ji 9«g I $9 a«1<JL 
§Q9l aspq^ 9I<3 ^ GS9^ aQ a9)<i G?ieQ 

9IG9 91 ^£Q I ] 

• I 9Hig 6 S«Q — 3 . Tiger and sheep, v j 

( <*§s|a ) — «!99 «19 6 flllQiW*— 4. 

( figurative ) The eater and its victim* 

QIQ G9« 09lft(C©OOeQ(GI*CQ) dl9 9QQI— G9.. 
Bagha chheli ek5 tu(to)thare (ghatare) 
pani pi-iba 9l9i ( WJ 9QQ )— q9«)GQ ^919? 

€991^ ( An analogical sentocc^ applied 
to) An administration where there is 
perfect peace amongst naturally anta- 
gonistic parties, due to good adminis- 
tration. 

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fliiGQ, 391 <$ 9© I WG9, 99fi 6 <%?Q ?1^G9 €1!^ 
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BflfiGQ 9W GS» «9l§OG9 QlSj QQa§' ] 

9tQ«0— 9IG9. ( «W ) 9-ei£i«^ ( G9® ) 
Baghajibha Kharakhari ( See ) 

QI€(6«l)*l-€9. 9— £Q68%\ 9M— : 
Ba^ba(ghe)tS Hejena. 


<?f<ar 


( ww ) 


91Q 903> 


9I$KG)$— G9. 9. ( *. 91$ )— aftQWGtfS — 

Bagha(ghu)ti A kind of ornament for the arm. 

9lQ9»— C9. 9-QQa$l ( C9« ) 

Baghatala Jaisanda (See) (Haines)* 

Q|fi|<jfel — C9. 9- (*. WgSJ!j)— <■ I 91QOI^ 99IG99I 
Baghadudha ^ o£fr| g^g,, ogg® GSiaQ asq?, 
^tW?l ?* GSgOQ a$*19 981—1. Impossible thing. 
3JR33T 5^1 -> I aglEH 9g— ^-2. Unprocurable thing. 

Q1G9GI— C9. 9. ( 3. 9ilQ 6 OS )— £ I 9IQQ 9«3— 
Baghanakha 1. Tiger's claws. > \ 9IQ93qo 
^W ©fiJQ g&QSflQ^CSS — 2. An ornament for 

£?«n , *nrar the neck set with tiger's claws. 

9Q GQ9Q 9I9CQ 919G9, 9IQ99GQ Q9iai<l 6 

«©9ift s^opqaifijaa 1] 

* I 9IQ9«1 (G9<3l)— 3. Baghanakhi (See) 

QIQ»@8D — C9. M— <• I 9«39<a SQ aaQQI G9IQg9l 
Baghanakhia (9$i|) — (thorns) Shaped like tiger- 

[Qi«aQ«i(«f|>— acNqp] claws, y \ 9i93<a1 a^giq 

^R^f 3^9 — 2 Armed with the Baghanakhi 

tmnt&t; ^R%lf weapon, 

soil aia ogǤa 

G9- Q— 9I9Q&1 ( W« ) — 

Baghanakhi ( See ) 

oi€i««1— G9. q. (». OTg»«i)— e 1 eQfla 931^99., 

Baghanakhi Q19 ty&pQQ® — 1, Devil's claw; 
[9[3Q3(<£|),WaS>£ia— a©M^p] Martynia Diandra. 

ttfltit [ 5 — < qq gaea 92$ aeflOTl^ G9s% 

««IO G9IQHQ I <Q\ 9£!9G9 9GQ I <19IQ SS9 
GOlflQ 6 80IS8I; OQ QQ0R QQ ©g 9Q 9Q 
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ffQ g^^^L 9IQS>« aa 3%i 9i9iQa;<i ] «9ie sra 6 

Q^Q GStf! eagl G9IQ HG9 I ff© Q9I G9IQ 03^ 
S9G* 9I9IS9 ©191 914 9Q *<aqr Gq«IGG* QB9IQ 
969 I- €TQ W Ql©CtGR 910 93 a© ^Q 93*3© 
9CI%aci 96JI G9IQ CTlfQIQ gwi% «S 0C9 I ] 
J I 9<<lQG«t|$Q a$9GSS — 2. A kind of 
weapon shaped like tiger's claws worn 011 
the fingers and kept concealed in the fis- 
ted palm and used in attacking an enemy 

unawares. 


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9«Kli<l I ] 
JT^l * I MlQIflQ GI®59h— 

•T^ftj <|4H^| 3, A medicinal scentj shell. 

9ICI <>Q( S) )— 69* 9— a« 91 <I99I9I^ " 0*9G««> 
Bagha nala(li) 9igQQ — A kind of hol- 

«K4>jE low reed; Lobelia Nicotianaefolia 

[9— <9\Q ©O 6 99 91^3 QQ G91Q 6 
9I%9I I ] 
QIQ 9(^)§@i— G9. 9 — <J9»l<31Sj Q? 0!^ — 

Bagha na(la)harda CommelinaSaiicifolia; a kind 

of grass which creeps or extends over 

the ground. 

[ Q — <19I 9£>S OldOiag Q9I; 9l5}9»GQ QS<Jt ► 
<9I G939l^i <3I9 QQ. I ETQ ^fiQ§, €JlQ^lQG9 
CTG^ I < Q^IQ 99 Ol^a — GCIIGQtCL ] 
Q\Q QO(^)Q— G9. 9. ( ff. 9sig+99Q )— 
Bagha ba(ka)kuri ^ I 9IQ 6 GS9 — 
«irw ttft 1- Tiger and sheep, 

> I 9I«3 9QIQ (GQa)— % Baga bajari (See) 
« I ON GSO > ( G9« )— 3 . Bagha chheli 2 

(See) 

QIQ G>©IQ— G9. 9— §9GQ GCHf< 29GSJ ^*f «3S} 91? 

Bagha bajari e^?(G9 ^Q ©^ eoaiQ^fQ G«09^ 

9IQ GfiO 2 <9 9919 G^a— 

9I«3 99(q)Q > aQ^%a ^N^l An indoor game^ 
91^3 9CQ(ca)3 J grsr ^^^, ^T^ *ft^ 

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©3J«1|99rGQ G«!lf< ©*al<T 9§;^«l MI3|4 * 
G«% GSfc ^ t*« 99 r C9§) 9K| 9+t Q9 Qq9- 
<§< I OG3 G^AIO vf Qiq^QQ 99 GGI9 91 9Q§> 
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GQOg|QfllO^<IQ9 QQIGII4 G3 9I<39Q90!^ 099^1 
9Qf Q9 «i © QS9 GQG9 91*33169 399 G9IQ 
3©ffl G9IQ aiasj 6 GSQ9 a^iq ®c© I ] 
-9IQ s^(«i)©-69, 9 — 1 1 9§*iq gq3g« qsj Qqi9© 

Bagha bhela(Ii)ki g^l S>3GQ 9IQ G9^ Gift 
^ ceft err 513- erg© qgg>: %q 6 acrea #9— 

1, The demeanour and poses of a tiger to 
frighten a man on seeing the latter. 

J I 9°CQ r 9i99|p9| — 2. Bewilderment. 
9IQ fll©— gi€9. (3991©) 9~ 9|3g 3JS(G9<3) 

Bagha machhi Baghara machhi (See) 

•OK3 31% — G9. 9. ( Sq Q<3! )— SqqiOQTQ 9<?9 3I$Q 

Bagha mamufj 9$^ 9IQ (£>q qwq g%£qSQ 

^N iffl fliq qiq q>i*t GS§a$ 9«$© §<) — 1. Til0 

^TST JTOT tiger adddressed as the maternal uncle 

of every child in nursery stories. 

-> I G9ta§ sg$ sflqiej q^ — 

2. A ferocious relation. 

-9IQ q€}3ai— aiw. ( 9igshq ) 9a-GaiQGQ aiQcaa 

Bagha muragia q^ G99I Q qq ©aQGQ 393^ ^9l 

QW9aS«i 7 ^ (aitf ag)— (paddy plants) 
9I<3 £t8)§QI J * Remaining in the field after 

the crops are destroyed by flood. 
^IQ q#i— G9- 9- G^^W G<^Q 9Q9l^ 991 sqsjC9 
Bagha muhaS GQG9 ©§ » B|QG9 G9IR ©910, 
**< g?f ©IQ <§ (go 2U9$ GQIQIQ 9l < $g|9l G09I — 
A mode of tying a long strip of cloth 
round the face and the chin; resorted to 
by robbers as a mask against detection, 
GQ- 9— 9K3SJJI 9Q 99* g<a$>a^ (9*^)— 
^W Ferocious looking (person) 

«l«ta(6fll)lr^€^ 9— t I 9IQg<?| ( G9<a ) 

Bagha mu(mo)hIS 1. Bagha muhaS ( See ) 

«fKHQQ9» «0$ Qfg (GS3^ Off 6J3iq>C|$9 

9m^ 90i© qOTa^sa o aiQ qiqqj ^< 6 ca^ 

Qlff SQWQ 19%90«Q-CQ 6» GOTI GQQ^ 


:«3QaOOQ GQ«liai4 pi| )— 2. A; ftmall 
wall raised inside the room «-d joining 
the entrance, bo that a new comer is 
puzzled when tryiDg to enter the room. 

« r cais^Q aeiQ oi^ioq'Q^ ^gq ^g© 

aitfi Q9Q<j 91919^91 aaQfl^-^. Stones 
projecting over the flight of steps ia a 

tank. 
[ $— qpCMQ GOQIQGfilfqi ^J^Q ai^lHGG> <J9Q 

QiQtfq aaQ g^a© I ^ aaQ qqgq gqgo o9 
qqi «iog} 6 q&Q aQ aa§) l] 
QiaQ oq— aic9. tta«qQ) 9.— q.^^ pagQi cue 

Baghar chara 9G« , 3; 91*3331 — .\ term of abuse 
applied to males, (in Sambalpur) 

€M9Q QSQ flQQQ 9it — S9. ©11^919^ — ( g*. 9Higg»» 
Bagbara ghare mirigara nat a qg9 q^gcj QQ«f>)_ 

^m *K3 tsfi&ft ^Tl Q\®& 9! g99i«1^ «99i©G9 

^t^r y<ft fciwK ^5fT qi ^ aG9 oi^r qgq 

«IO 9M^I0QrQ «19| 9) 9^99IQ— 

An analogical sentence applied to a case 

where lesser people or mean persons 

reign supreme in the family in the 

absence or on the death of the master. 

QIQQ 5l«a1— €9. 9.— (ff. 9^|Q+q}©^g|) — <. f (<jq|q 

Baghara mausi ^g qgg» qiqq ^^ ^ Qj ^ j_ 

^tc^ stf>ft e I 9^9- !• Cat . > I «^Q 9=1^— 
Miyfe flT^fe 2* Fearless person. 

QIQq— G9. 9^.— e I 9K3 Cm«flq— . 
Baghara 1. Pertaining to the tiger. 

^mdhrf; ^wd (aai— 9iQq a<s» i) 

^Tsfen -^ I 910 8Q — 2, Resembling the tiger. 
G9. 9.— 9IQQ 9llg (G9«) — 

Baghara machhi (See) 

©!QQ dig— G9. 9.—4QB0IQ 9?» ^fll© — A species 

Baghara machhi of big bees; Apis D&rsata, 

^1 dl^tH [9— <jqi9^9 ff|^9 ag | <q| OT Q© 

^t n^in^ 99 Gfftfl! 91$ S§ ffQ^ I G9$ <WGS 

(9wq^fl^flia— aoi%a) 6mi% qaGQ <qis^ oi% 

G9Q a'Q ag 9Q9Q 9Q qiGjgj I ^q|«?fif 9°QftG9 
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qiqq qgi— CQ/-9*. a - «ai 9991 qq^cq 6a^ 

BagharS muhan GQ9CJQ ait% 9«9 9I9IG9— 
■(9W3qsf-^il) (a person) Having an offensive 
Jjt W5 5 ^| fl^BT smell in the rooutb. 


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©igsFq— aiw- (asm 9.— G$go wwil 9i§, go 

Bagha sirhha q©9S$ Qai$9GSS — A title conferred 
by kings on persons of strong physique, 

■■QIQI— CQ. 9«.— «. I QldOQ 9Q?fc q»ffqr— 

Bagha 1. Having a face as fierce as that of a 
1N\ WETT tiger, 

(gal — 9|Q| q£Q I) 
j 1 q9«>j 9&— 2, Big, 
Q!«aiq,Q(€!)— G9- 9. ( <J. ©iig+ans )— < i aia«HC© 

Bagh5mbara(ri) oa£j) 9«rfaaQ QSG9 M§— 

<ftt^ 1« Tiger hide on which anchorites sit. 

Q-fcK > I 9N$Q 8Q ©3S>93,»— 2. A blanket 

or rug appearing like a tiger skin. 

* I 93^G9 9<19§>9 9IQQ3 — 3. Tiger 

skin used as cloth. 

9d.— 9iig©^ QQWPQlqi — "Wearing a tiger 

skin. 
"QIOTI (ftOiW)— G9. M. — $1^3 Q©il* (W*> 

Baghua vetc) Bagbara etc. (See) 

©1Q20 CIS— €Q. ©•— 9I0Q GW% 9I9IQ9I CIS SQ QS( 
Baghua" gandha 91 q©| CU°3Q Q$— -An animal 
^TOfl> M3i stench (like that of raw or rotten flesh 
STST *ten ^ra 1 as i s emitted from the body and 

mouth of a tiger,) 

©iqso Qig> — ct« 9— gqiq cite (saai— aragQ sis)— 

Baghua jarda Extreme cold (as is felt in the 
- (9I<OT«1q— ««»iqa) month of Magha), 

*WWl< site 

q!OT eria— gq. 9. (Qiig+Qia) — 1 1 q$$gq 091*391 

Baghua phasa <QgQ|Q GQIG9IQ Q$— 1. Reef- 

cHI^^I knot; clove hitch; a double knot made 

with a string. ? | Qiq^ a€*9iaiQ 9i9$9 

QQ§>Q ©IS* — 2 . A snare for catching a 

tiger. 

QIQ2D Q(Q)$9 — W. 9. ( 3. 9ilQ + 9QQ )— <J9gQ|Q 
Baghua bi(bbi)ruicii 99 9^.§> — A species of big 
3ffl<#faW*[ SHRSTf^ft wasp. 

OIOTQ— G9. 9— MWffl ( G9<S ) 
Bagbuari Jaisanda ( See ) 

9IQ€fl— G9. 9. tf. (3. QiKSI )— «. I 9l«J9l<a— 1- A 
Baghuni tigress. 3 | 9|qa$ ^1 $1 — 2. Vixen; 
^iftft 31ft TOfa virago. 

910©— GQ, 9 — 9iq© ( G9«l ) 
Baghuti BSgutif See ) 


©iew— w.r.*— -wgois ess G9ti— ■;- 

Bagbet* ^TI A kind of small hyena. 

Ql«— £$Q9<9. (Q°)— %SI *I9 QIQ9I9 9Q9I OlflSfiq- 

Bank ^jft; C^r Ira? Bank. 

SIG9* ( ttWags) ) 9. ( %S>. 9, 9ISt»1 )— 9l$Gr 

( G9« )— Bahungi { See ) 

^lejeteaa otqi— sin. ( ai©as) 5— ^irf^i^a WI3 

Banksiali deba To evade a person. 

[ 5— 9fitaqLq.qQ W19JQ6Q 9SJ*J G9$ QQ 

Q^QQ QQQI^^Q^QOiq, aft 01GQ Ql§, 6*806* 

9$ciq$ <i aOQ aa qooi I ] 
Qicr— w. m. ( *. q$, wr )— ^3 wi — 

Banka %^ ^t^r Curved bent; crooked, 

GQ. Q— V ( Q§ 91 qg,l C3^ gtQCQ 9QI G9IQ- 
aiO; G?!l© — 1. Curvature^ a bend in a 
river or road etc- J \ q^ aQQIQIQ* ^9^0 
fi)9IQ a^9Ga<g — 2. An iron vice. * | %> 

<*gQ|Q 9ai— 3. A curved anklet, 

QIGPq§i@~GQ. Q— 9«9i; aaiCf<J§— Side-long 
BSnkachahani ^W=RRj ^l^lbt^l glance* 

Qiopoaa— gq. Q. ( «. Q$©9 )— si^iq q^Q ca 91 

Bankachulia ©^ Q-9g9GQ qC© G9IQai<l— 
<l l4tfa"^ Having a slanting tuft on the head- 

^^qfl-m gq. s— tf^i^Q ^eag^ii^ OT9Gd€i— 

An epithet of Srikrushna, 

Baukachhuri A curved knife. 

^tx^tlfl [ Q— SliaiQfl©! Wk & 99l«9!G^ <9| 


^fe 9i99IQ 9Q^ I ] 
QlOSItf— G9. 9- ( 9GM% «^G>i ©Q^9 ^^OQ )- 
Bankatanka QqrlOQb 9 * — Crooked. 

QI«G^Q— G9. 9^1. 1°— «<% G^q— Slightly squint- 
Bankatera ^J zNl ^^< l e y ed - 

(9i«*q—4l) 

Bankada(de)uHria 9|§G9 SW! GSStjOT^g ^®" 

^tfe S©IQ 9l&9fl? — A kind of armlet worn 
qfoj **■ by females. 

01991 — to, 9«— Q<a© h 9« — Slightiy curved or bent. 

BankarcHt %vj1,<flprt ***& 


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©i«r9Q<&)— ro* 9. (e. 9$ + 9q)— 9§tei ca§ 9$i<a 
Bankanala(li) gq a|©Q GG^q qaSsi^ ct£ 

4*«ii<ii; <*T<h«kri 9| G9fa3 ffQ^ a©QTlQq|i £!G9 — 

Blow pipe. 

QKJT©$— G9. 9-t I *!$§£ 9CS<3<3— 1. An epithet 

B&nkanidhi of Srikrusbpa. j \ gage? 9afi9| 

■Jtetota dfalfe^rti G>I3 — 2, Name given to males. 

QWfla— W. 9. ( e. 9tf9»SJ )— C€J!QQ 9GIQ? ©GO 

Bgnkamala Q«S199I <9g9IQ 9« 9«ej; 9I& 

^t^9T; ff#t ^fa 91 §« — A crooked anklet, 

QlfiSP^ — W- 9~49g9IQ 99asal— 
BSnkamuni , A small species of bird. 

q»«io— giro, (9igqaq) 9. (eieiea «)— e i 9Qq 

Bankasala ©9*9^*1 9l$©s GQMfl — 1. (nautical) 
^ fa*lt*T A godown in a port on the bank of a 
«iTOiKri river or sea. 

[Q— 9&Q9IGQ QCflQQJQ QQO^ eigQQGQ 
91^91$ Jilt ( B anksball Street) QI3QQ GCII?<J QO 

^ I 9IW9 G9^) G9IOS1GQ ©19I9Q QQ9> ( 

SS&OT Q«lflM — 2. A cabin of a ship 

uaed for storing the ropes^ chains etc, 

q\& sg, aH— ro. 9. (s. 9* 6 gQ*s) — <9 sqjq 

Banka sanduSsi 99 6 ft«i q<a ©gfcij qq^« — 

^S*Ttf5t*Pt gfer^te^ft Tongs, 

©l<3? 9_ai— 69. 9. (ff. 9$+q1a$) — 393 qi«oi ai« 

Banka suntha 9I»$ Q9IQ9 <9 8WGQ §qa 9Q 

*Tfa1f5ftft q§lQ SQ1Q91 roaOQnW— A mode of 

^fe JIFF dressing the hair by combing it and 

parting it on one side of brow. 

9I&-69. 9 — * 1 (913) 9$9 W3IQ 9*1919 W«« 

Banki «jgqi9i^ 91 qQ9I<3 eSON— 1. Name °* a 

Government estate in the district of 

Cuttack. 

[9— sacs < gcii?<3 '09010 q©>( qq 1 * 

Qft^Q q9l G9GQ9 §l§<S]Qf $Q£Q aShl^Q 9Q 
COGOe^fllQ G91QH9l^^rvo g|%!9GQ 99aOQ 
9^9 Q93»i<? 9Q1 9GQ «9 9W<Jl «IQ 99 9S9 
991 3l3$ VSQ 1 91$ 3I3919IQQ «9Sia«qQ 
gagfl CGtf 993Q9IQ? Q3G9 ^SJ I <69 GSOJGQ 
. ©G«l COW 9€Q^Q Q9SJ 6 S991Q9T QS%«£*H 
09l£) 9qal« \ 9^fllG> GTOIGG) G«Mf<J 9IQV) 
G9IQS9I] 


2, A crooked anklet. 
£9. 93 — 9QI— Curved bent. 

giro. (9igsw0 9 — sua a§9i9 sa^^cag— 

A kind of implement for catching fish. 
[ g — <9I QIQtl 9IOG9 ggo 9< i <I9|Q €«*■ 

a # a 91 agqei 9ori roiQaM 1 aca w& 9§ 91^91^ 

giOGQ 09I 9S9§0 §4 I ] 

QlSa— G9. 9S1— 9«; 9C?I— 

Bankia ^1 *far Crooked. 

W. 9—^ I 91$ ( ^ ) ( G93 ) 
1. Banki ( 2 ) ( See ) 

aiQ3 «?^a *a eg qs?iq, gs@o ^^ ea s ( 

9 I «9 g9IQ S99I ( 49IQ 9/^« PQ-f )_ 
2. A kind of sedan chair or Palki with a . 

crooked pole.. 

^i&qqqi— ro. d. ( 9cr»i^asr>$9 ) — 

Banki basiba a§> 9^91; -09 a«§a ©Q 9391 

^TfeTl ^PIl, cfw TOI To become obstinate. 

^S ^?fT (9IG9Q 9S9I— «0^a> 

qiSqi— ro. 9 . ( e. 9«lg9 )— e 1 9$ gwi— 

Bankiba 1. To become bent. 

1"W ^ I p|§ 9991; <39©9 «ffl— 2. To be 

Sfatf ^ksff insistent; to become obstinate. 

(9i§ fl9i— aenqp) 

Qlff jl9l($)«— G9. 9— MQ 9^ 99S9 SI9§9 qq9 — 
Banki muha(haB)na The sea to the east of"th e 

town of Puri. 
[9— <30IG^ «q&Q ^a9» 9QTI G9IQ 9M 

91^— G9. 9— <9 g«!9 9QTI 9? «9Qa— A kind of 
Bankuli ornament of gems. 

©IMPQ9I—C9, -9 • ( *. 9$l99S )— G9?fil9 9g% 
Bankeiba 9$ 9391— To bend a thing. 

G)IG«Q ©91— G9. 5— 9l£9i$ 9^G99I— 
Bankei ]iba To be curved. 

€9. 9^1—919 qpi Q|«GQ 9^1 ( 919 )— 

Curved at the handle (stick). 
9IG»e— Cj>. 9— 9* .q$l«QG«j 9IG99i 9IG*I9— 
BSnkerdi A crooked weapon of ofEenoe. 


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9IQO 


SHG»@©I— G9. $.— 9G9QQ9I; 9$ €910391— 

BankerjlibS • To bend; to be bent. 

9icaiQ— gq. 9— <9g9iQ colt aiQ— 

BSnkoi *ft^ A species of coarse paddy, 

Oie«IQ«NWIO— €9. 9— <Q$Q\§ GfllfcaiQ— 

Bankoi mahipala A species of coarse paddy. 

QIGr(a)Q(q) — GQ. 93, 4° (3. 9<$Q; Q,flQ > *• Q * 5 ™ 
BSnga(r>gu)ra(r3) <39>9l£p — «Q*9iq — Dwarfish. 

[9ia(a)<t3^-^l] 969 69CT1 «W| VlCKt— S^lflS. €#9190'' I 

9IOQ flIGd(6^l)Q— 69. 9— 4939IQ g^ aio— 
Ban gar a madhe(dho)i A species of fine paddy. 

QIGrl— SIOT (9gQ) 9.— 9IQCWI— 
Bariga BrinjaL 

QiGrifi^- €9. 9« (Pfihai^aQ^jo)— qy^rflq— 

Bangal Belonging to East Bengal - 

Resident of East Bengal. 
9I&I— giG9 W8W) 9— 9IQM — 
Bangina BrinjaL 

qispgi — *. 9 (oifl)— gmioq wi9Gaa — 

Banmati Name of a river in Nepal* 

G9I& €91Q SIQ3& | <^G3 19 9GS* 6 <591 9QGQ 

sGft 9s,gq9 si $«--8- a.] 

9i6;9— t9. 9 (gc?5 9l9 N +fl9«; fl 909— 9l9 A ©e€)— 
Banmana 06QI9©9j 39 6 9©9j 9191 6 39 — 

"Word and mind. 

[ g— sq©GQ 9i9 s 6 sas as 99GQ 9*90019 
wjseSf a© $<i 6 as§ Q969 <i as? as* a© 
egq? qotfi 9l# 08 21919 aiQa 9G9, aai — 
QW.flWiraia, 919 flowsaifli 1 ] 
©WJl— s. W* ( 9i9+*sj l a^q9 aaGQ siq )— 
Banmaya e I 9l9il©9 — 1. Composed or consis- 
ted Ol— qj|) ting of words. 9 \ Qjdj — 2. Eloquent. 
* I 9I91GQ gQiao— 3. Verbal. 
e. 9 — V I 9§©1 ( a9 0*49^ ) — 1- Speech; 
address. 3 1 StgQH (a. 9)-*— 2- Literature. 
* I a««19 ai$ (a. 9) — * Rhetoric. 
^ 1 ei9i gft (a, 0)—4. Epic. 

Qi^q 001— *• 9— 9101 ^iq qi«o oaaii— • 

BSfltnaya tapafc Austerity through^ words. 


(aiqQ oaa — 9aqp) [ 3— QQ9Ql©i 9999 aa|s$ 
awa c$i9G£i a§c0909 9l9i, g^sj 6 §© 9191, 
goi, gOTqiQiq© (WQHn^ qio$ ©as C9iq 
aioag l ] " 3 

Qieql— *• ft. *l. (9193 +%L «)— flQW (^egc;)— 

Bsnmayl The G-oddess of learning. 

©w 4 «— «r. 9, ( 9ig v +q«— ao«i )— e 1 9iOT<% 

Bahmukha SQ06l5|p|j q«Q9 — 1- Introduction^. 
-> I SJQm QIQii QaffSiq (@. a) — 2. Novel. 

Qie^Q-GQ. (aaw) 9. (99Q2I) (w© x +m) — 

Banmtila »I#N 9ialfll«iQf 991999 — 

Deposition of witnesses in courts 

Ban-Jama < I <j© ( §. a )-»l. A sage. 

^ I CS»S« 9i$ ( §. a)— 2, A person 
observing the vow of silence. 
OITOI— giw. (Qiq«i) 8 — 9t<?l 5 9Q 0^91 — 

Bach-'ba To exceed. 

©1Q— €9. 9— Q9I9 G9<3SQ 9Q QMQTQ Ca^ ^ft 
Baeha ^<>q qsjQQ q^ QGQ o§ fla^ QOT^ 

(^e|— The bridal scarf. 
ST. 9 — 9©a Clia (GQ«) — Baehua fish. 

Bachamjama ^ | Q<$<% — 1, Silent^ taciturn. 
(QIO°S0I — %1) 5 I cSte^O- 2. Practising taci- 
turnity as a vow. 

e- 9. g? — GflfoQQ q© — ^ ^s 6 wbo main * 

tains the vow of rigid silence. 

$199— S. 9*. ( 9Q x ai9+9$. «e )— 

B&chaka t | QaQ— 1. Speaking- J I QQQIQQ — 

(QI0OI— 3,1) 2, Uttering cries. • I q$«3 Qi09— 
3. Reading or reciting the PurSnas. 
v I 919^95 9IQi g9ia9i«5i— *. Vocal. 

* i (siQi as sscr gq©i «eji — 9g9i09> 

G§9 9IQ9i §^19199) aa g9ia9> S9*H99> 
G9iao— 5 P Expressive ofj indicating, 

Name; definition. 

Qi© 9^—69. 9 — q»iwea«i— 

Bacha kardi A weapon of offence, 

|qq_3. q. (qo^ a|^aQ=*9l© 4tl^+S(9. a©)— 
Baohana ^ | 9891—1 • Speaking. > \ G9lfi^9l> 
stQ^9Q9i— 2. Reciting repeating. 
« I 99% §iq G9IQQ9I — 3 - Recital through 


9K>99 


( W ) 


9f9«* 


another. ** I 93IIQ9I— 4. Informing. 
♦1999199 (§. Q) — *• Demonstration, 
9 I €g'9IQ4 (®. a)— 5- Pronunciation^ 

utterance- 

^>l©99— S. 9* (9l9S> + 9) — gG999!^ 

Bachaoaka Riddle, 

019©— G9. 9. (e. 90Q)— <. !^ gcs§— 

Bachani 1. Dialogue. } \ Gflf§9 QQQ — 
5Rf ^?r 2. Verbal reply, « | q^q f)S1^9 — ■ 
^lEpfa ^Sffa 3. Exchange of replies. -6 \ ejCJ^Q- 
4. Reply. * \ gq?£$ 3919^—5. Verbal 

message. 
G9. 9tf. (*. 9lQ©9) — Gflf3«— 

Verbal^ oral- 

^io©9 — e. §«a. (999+91^^. qp)— eofa© — 

Bachanika Verbal; oral. 

9199 9€}9I — G9. §.— * I 9611 9§9I — 
Bachani kariba 1. To talk. 

3S*«iMMl SZGtt 2. To give a verbal reply. 

^I€>(fi) 9€JQ — G9. 9.— (3. 9^100+9^9) — * i s^Q 
Bacha(chha) bichara gq»g ©q>|99 — 1. Choice 
*fo(W) 1%fa after consideration^ well considered 
simft^n; choice, s \ QH\^\9H^ 9G999I — 

2. Discrimination between right and 
wrong, • | qgiGQQQl— 3. Criticisin. 

^IQqoi- 3. 9*. q°— (9© al^ gfo 9© a|^+©)— 
Bachayita gg ^kj — Causing to speak. 

^l<S>3 — giG9. (oi gsi) 9. — a^sT — 
'Bachasi - Excess. 

^193©— 3, $a. (9198— 9I9mQ + 9Q=Q3)— 9198$— 
Bachaspati Skilled in speech. 

master in the art of speech; a linguist. 

3 I Q999— 2. Bruhaspati. «> I 9§l9 91a — 

3. Learned person, v i -gqq 939— 4. The 

8th asterism of the Indian system of 

astronomy, 

€9, Qw*<-g9Q- a|oor ei^oaq 91 qet? g9$ 

c' > - $01* <SJSI 91^9121 otf- 9I©§©)— A title of 

distinction bestowed en Very learned 

■"■o r " 4 -''" ■ < ■->. ., - ? f . Pandits. 


9l9£9«t — S. 9. (9I91Q+$G9. g)— 91091; 9I9DS9I — 

Baohaspatya Oratoryj eloquence. 

^ aB9 T5J G9. 9.— 9Cf1^ af}9 9IQ9la ©tf 9IQS0 

*Hi*4Ucl4 g^o ^q gQaiOQGQS — A Sanskrit 
* 
dictionary edited by Pandit Taranath 

of Bengal. 
€»iq— G9. 9. (9CfOiq aO$9)— (*. 9^) — 9&I; g^— 
Bacha *ift&1 *^T 1. Ohild 5 infant. 

ff. 9.-93(3 9l9i — 1. Word; speech, 

5 I SQ^fe g©SQ— 2. Promise, « | qq^ 
fllfi (€9«)— 3. Bachua fish (See) 
G*Kl(e))€ll9 — 69. 9-— 9fl|Q 9IQCT; 9IQIQH9— 
Bacha(ta)khani Braggingi bombastic language 

9iq«l9 9Q9I— €9. §.— 92IIC9 910^ 9Q9| — 

Bachakhani kariba To brag. 

«qt(0)— ». 9^. q? [9lo+«t (»)]— 9?ggl, fl g©- 

Bachata(Ia) Talkative^ loquacious^ garrulous, 
I [9E^(Q|)-^1] j(9l4t [G>|— 9) braggart 

9iq a*— e. 9. (fl. a, gq) — 993 a$> (g/a)— a deed 

Bacha patra of promise3 affidavit . 

QiqQS-9. 9.-(*qi 9©^ 9l^+«f9<§») Q9^9^ 

Bacha baddha ( §- a.)— Promise-bound. 

(9IG*9W— 9.) 

9l©9-il.94— (91©H-99lGa. Q9)— e r' 910993 

Bachika e^39—l- Verbal; oral. ^ , q G ^aGQ 

9^9 — 3. Spoken by signs; spoken in 

cypher language. 

tf. 9— Gflf39 #U9 — Verbal message, 

9io1— g\ M.,r (aw^ao Q69 qgq)— 9*09 (G9a) 
Bachi <Q|©Q| — g,1) Bachaka (See). 

9IQ— G9.9— 99; 390$ 8Qflfl9l 93191^1 91 GqC!999 
Bachu Stl§G3ig! q$^ 9191991 GET9qg go— . 
C^l Froth issuing from the mouth. 

©ISM— 9. «— ( «r- 9iaQiQ aq.9 Q»iQ« J-^-oiq^ 

Bachchhalya (€9«>— Batsalya (See). 
9i9l— «. 9«-(99 v ai^+9^. 3)— t I 9§9m— 
Bachya 1, Fit to be spoken, j \ 9eraq ; 9g9i- 

QaiQM — .2. Utterable. .*. j ; <99$9$1a 

- 3. Reproaohable; deserving; -abuse.; 
.■■;,-. ;."*;l ^©-INasfcyj wretchetf. * iHfo.— 


morale 


( +-*?*> ) 


QI89I 


.5. Detested, $ \ QIQQefr— 6, Bsfcom- 
munioated. 9 I ^—7-. Wicked, r 1 3©- 
g*9<i — 8t Demonstrable. Q | ©Q»i — 

9. Blameworthy. 
e> 9_t. I ©ai— 1, Speech. ; | ©Q|— 

2. Reproch •» | ( 9m19Q<3 ) QIQiQ G3§ 
S^Qgiq TOal 91 9$JlS?Q QQ1 931191-0 6 
919MGQ 9s9$9 «^JI€J 999 ©til KIM — 

3. (grammar) The voice of a verb (e. g. 
active voice and passive voice). 

9$, 9$ 9Q«, s%9!9, aaiQiw, WW, 5P 6 

9&?$ i *9«0 9il99£1G9 91919 919m q# Q9I9 — 
*<$, $#> §P 6 9$9<§ 9IQ«i I ] 

V I ( 9HI99tf ) 2U$9 Q^Q Q9 $Q 

MG9 q$ cW 9Ch S — ** ^ grammar ) 
Suffix of a verb. * I ( OTQQtf ) SQgiq 

Gag} 9g9 91 «dq G9a §<> aocaq 9g 
91 affl (&.€)) — 5. A thing or meaning in- 
dicated by a word. 9 \ a$saq (C9«) — 
6. Abhidheya(See). 

Bachyamana <* | QSSItf; gaiSUQ— 1. Being 

spoken. m | g9l€hfl|Q— 3. That which 
is being expressed, w I ©OT£| — 

3. Blameable, 

QiOMief— *°. 9 -(9&H* 9\m+*£y~ (W99*) ass 

Bachyartha 9£jQ sei^iq 3939 QQgf^ 9GQ«qGa 

gq$Q OQQ G9FS9 «rf— (grammer) 

The original or settled or fundamental 

meaning of a word. 

[Q—SPfllQQQ •$ a^: — «0»l, 99<51l 6 

9i«9M s*mi 6 Qh«qiq taaiQ aoai act, awi a9- 

369«> 91Q W £>S® ^ w,a S9« ' Gg ^ 
«& aQQ cate9 aa «e% ®i9i Q§ 399 9iQiia r -— 

qiq*»iqi©m— a. 9<n — (qiom+m^)— 92N 6 2190*1— 
Bachyabachya JSpeakable or unspeakable, 

Speakable and unspeakable matters* 

^ie€»*)l§es«i— «°- 9 -aaiQQiQwa« ( Q©sssi 

Bacbyot-prekshya 9QI9 ©GO CCH^ G^Sl)— 

Simile (sec notes under 'Utpreksha- 

Jankara ). 


91s —69. 9 ( *. 9Ioh ) — e 1 9QI5 aawj 91Q9 — 

BSchha 1; Defamation; blame. $ | qfllGQOQI — 
■^5 fa^t 2. Criticism. 

^W 3H5ff *» I (*. ©^lOQ) 91$9I; Wl©9 9§9I— 
3. Selecting ( good from bad )• 
^ tefib t 4 v I Qfi^ QQQ. $G\fi — 4. Discrimination. 

^ieo— gq. q. 6 Qffl— QigQ (GQa) 

Bachhanda Basanda (See). 

Bachhabuchha kariba To "carefully separate 
( Ql&§£ G^^l — «IOi%9 ) the* good thingB from 
^tfWft *3l l^n^pft ^?TI the bad, 

Qieq— w* ^(^. qsi®q) — s.i 6Q191S4 — 1. Colt. 

Bachhara 9 \ I 9. 9Sl+aQg|Q') 34^JQ96M> 

nW *3*r SCIOTO 491 €.qa — 

2. Infantile diarrhoea. 

GQ. 9tf)— aSfl>qs( 9^L)— YouD g (animal). 
^iig-GQ. 9 (9P0l%«fiJJJ9) (»- «?«!)— ^^; <?l»9— 
BScbha Child; boy. 

=ffit ^^T giGQ ( QgQ ) $ (%». 8. 9J9D— 

«C ^ Ql §^ Ql Qig§>— Youn g bullock. 
Qlg^l— GQ. $ («■ ©«P»G>^)— ^ I ©^JO^QQQI— 
BSchhiba 1- To select; to choose. 

[QSKGa)ft9l-5}»^] 2 - To separate the good 

from the bad, 

60IS9I" - 5* To root out weeds from 

paddy fields, 

S°OT9 9IQQ9ia^l— 4 - To P iok out bad 

from goad things. 

Sl«l9i a°a«l9 91919 9QG99I— 5. To 
prepare pot herb or fish for cooking 
after clearing them of refuse 

matters, 

5^fT 9 I (^ 9IOi) 6913 G99li Ml 9Q9i— 

6. To blamej to show any defect. 

9 t ggiGQ99l 9991 — 7- To criticise. 

^I^ff 1 3ri5& J *WT rieq ^119 ©969 «i 
^^1 SH9ISH6Q sol 9.^l> ^ ff «»9I " 


Q£1 


( ^fatr* ) 


Q\9G®G£ 


8. To knit with thread and needle 
any bole opened in a cloth; to, 

darn, 

cmx* ^t <s \ .(ww/ssl«w) €«i© ow© owt — 

^ rf frhfaW I To find fault with. 

^9al eflico oeo aoi 9Qa§ 

9$9Q 90) 9§ Gfll C9IQ 9'$ — 9.19 V* fl^lQQS #$ I 

©i»1— gtG9 (w*99) $ ($?. §. Qltfl)— v I Q9 IQ, $— 
Baehhi 1. Young cow. 

> I fll$ 9!%<sa— 2. Female calf. 
Ql^q — go. 9(*. 9^®$])— QQ\Q% — 
Baohhuri Calf. 

*f* SRBT, *§ST ^ 5q 9i$Q gqg? e« ass- 
ess 9,fl9i«£©aQ» 

®i^q $0— giG9. (a©) 9— 9a©Q9 3*6990— 

Bachhurl brata Castration of a calf. 

G© P— sigq QI$<339l ^ q »9€Q §Q QQ9f» 
(9I$$9Q9— fll9h%9) «at« 0I©«3 SJ9IGQ el 

^—Consecration of a bull calf in the 

temple of Siba. 
QIQ— G9G9. %V*\ (cri)— l I 0^-1. Proficient in. 
Baj (Bfill— «Qffl 91^3 9CH9I©^ 

^ «i il QQiKlg — 2. Addicted to. 

€>!©«<— fliw. (*WW) s— ^ 1 9^ $?«*■* 

Baj-khat G9IG00 — 1- A bamboo bedstead or 
stretcher for carrying a corpse. 5 I Qg§- 
flfJO ( ©iqq$ )— 2. The Great Bear {group 

of stars). 

©1(^1— S>C9.(WMS) S— 91091— 

Baj-bS To slightly strike. 

q\q—z§&. 9— ^ 1 (a. <?i» i *. €W)-gwQ& 
Baja ©oiqq §ei<3 a§9GS<a$ awa— 1, H» w k 
^w [ q— «aieo cat 6 99 ©ioi 6fl*ta aa§ i 
«R5T <qicft sqiig* gs* Miopia «W9 1 ] 

) I (a. 910 — G9«l)— MlQ 69«l — 
2. Wings of a bird. 

^t * I ( ffl. 910 — 9'$ )— 9199®— 

q^j 3. An ornament for the arm. 


<l. 9. (90 aiq^a© 9091+^9. « )— t I «©;■- 
CI©— 1. Movement; motion- J I Gj9>- 

3a— 2. Ghee- 
g|. ©— qOHOKB, 999® OICIO 9*§9 a9qa© 
(910 — OOHqp) 9IOOI9I — A E * me foroalUnga | 
(9l©a— a©l9qa©%a) person named Satyabadi ; 
or Brajabandhu in fondness. 
9IQSI— GO. 9. (ST. 9IW)— t I 9IQ<ia©— 1, Sound- 
BajanS of music, J I 919^; 9I0I9OIQ9I — 
HSR! ^C3R 2, Playing on music. 

a®9 GBff 9©?IQ ^9IQS Qa©^fl 9l©fl| ! 

9QS&. 9*0|9CSyO I 

•* I 9l9i3^5 9191 — ^» Musical'instrument 

9I0SIQIQ— W. 9— 9I9I9IQ; 9IQ^9IG|— Musician. 

Bajanadara ^R1^; ^l«H*fh ^3PfNr 

(9to«i9K3, 9lo3a — ao«iq.Q) 
g>io(©^ e9)«1— C9. 9. («. 9i9Hi aiQfl«lo)— v I oga^. 

Baja(ji^ je)nl da Q; QCMQQQI 90I — 1- Tinkling 
C^ anklet. J \ 99IQ9IQ a©— 3. Tinkling 
%^ sound. 

(saai — < ^qrio 9io«1 o« a» D 

g<^ # ^^—Q^Qiqj — Making a sound^tinkling. 

?!eal c^q s*.ce oq« ocol «?^ia» e©9^fflq« I 
9I932J— G9. 9— 9l9i9IQ — Musician. 

BajauifL ?i»a a 9© QSi$ 9i9fQ <J*is» 9io^ 9«q sg I 

919 aiQ— G9. 9. (9l9 9iq$L a^fltil 9Q «I^9I^ 

Baja p5r5 §Q. BgQ^ft )— ^ I ( Q9«l!a^ ) «|9Q 

^t^ 9 HWl 6 ^I9i 9§ — 1, (implied meaning) The 

fl n wsg f i eater and the eaten. J | OQBQQ ©Q- 

ap —2. Confirmed enemy of each other. 

Q9i gel -csff e9e» 9ieaiq-qaiffia. 0Q9IQ i 

Qis?G€iq— s. 9. (9§91§, 9io=y© +coq-=ggeo- 

Bajapeya G99G>W <3G) Oiq OIO 9q3l<)-SI@9G€t < a- 

A vedic sacrifice 

^l9G9q1— *. 9. 4°- ( 9IOGaq+QO s 3 \fl|. V9. )-<. r 

Bajapeyl WGBSJ aWSl*"— 1 - Performe r of 

'Baja pega>. J \ %\%Q y^^ qai*|96«- 

2, Title given to a class of performs of 

vedic sacrifices^ 

QIOG3K5— G9. 9— QlOOWiq ai 9G3S— 

Bajapoi A species of hawk. 

91. 9— OlOGSJEp (G9«) — Bajapeyi (See) 


9i© ©o(e) qfe) 


( «™ ) 


9ie©(©)«* 


©I© ©Q($)Q(€})— €9. 9 — 9§q > ( G9« ) 

BSja bai(hi)ra(ri) <faF fc^t BahirS 2 ( See) 
[91© 99(9I)Q > 9I©9QQ— as*»%9] ttt 

QI9Q ~€9. 9- ( *• 9gl; 9©<31 ) — 

BSjara * | g©| pi6!£| ^S?IQ agi9G«S — 
^TaRl 1, Bulrush millet-, Pennisetum 

Q\fk, 4W4J * Typhoidinm. 

[ 3— <3 CIS *l? 919 SJ© $«3 < CIS 9IQ*i 6 

£a ©9gq $« 1 <W €Q39l%aaGta9Q 1 < qsg© 
$9 q$ 69IQ atfi src© 1 g%*G9 giai9«a gqg© o 

SShq AQ9I ©Q-aia§ I <91^ SJ9GQ TO QQ 99 
Q2I) <§< I «$Q GSSG9 «© CQ9I 91 9f3 391091 

sii9a%? §0 ©i§ 1 ] 

©l©e© — *. 9*— Sg&( 8. € ) — 

Bajasani The sun. 

©I©l— 69. 9. ( «- 9IQ«» ) — 9l9i — 

Baja ^tsff ^nir Musical instrument. 

9169. (tflOQG) 9— <© S©1© GO«3©«l5f— 
A kind of drum. 
QIOKQl) a^(qi)— S969. 9. (G£«-*l©»©; CJIQq-aoiq- 
Baja(da) amba(mba) ©iq==OQ) — Qf?I 21*1 — 
[91©l(9»H(*U) — a«%a) Tae cashew nut; 
^p{j f^fif ^ftN Anacardium Occidentale. 

**3 [ 5— <^' «sw ^ 3 s ; 

go. S^aiGag, ^J9i© 39 ©Q|q oss acoooi; 

<$lfll99G©5;,_ <19l© ETQQ €©$f TO GfllS 6 

q, Q|© CTQ SQC9WII4; <l GOtf 9©GQ 

Ola 91 9Q93 $0 <39 <]9I© ©3 9oi 6 ©SI I GQ6© 

<g era© 6931% era 69ift 6 69* a©6© 48991 
si© S9, 6 tn&tQ; <9i ©6©^© <jiq a$© : f 

<]§«J©€Q 931$ GO© eit<3 «9 OS QOC© qfllQS €19 
£JM K CIS 9$Q QaqpQQl 9lftO ©96© Q8I4 t 
< E7Q% ©ACQ GQi©€© €C^I^ GOQ 9I91CQ 6 
GQI^tTO Q^ SSI 9I9IGQ I 910 ©S>3 W?GQ <$ 
G9^ €919 ©§GQ QQ aQ^ 9I§ 1 ] 

€»I©|0»9— 69. 9— WW — 
BSjadar Musician. 

(9i©i9ia — a9^%a) ^t*i*rk ^rsn^rc 

^i©— C9CQ. 9. (STL 9I«3 90. «. 910)— 

Baji « I %§0J QS^wa— 1. Magic. -> I ^3 


^tfe ecF^O— 2. Amusements^ sports. • | G«»9» 

qi^t 3Q — 3.Turn or heat of a game, v | G*aoGG) 

Q<ai99l 9«5 ^9 — 4. Wager, * | Q|d) cai^l- 

5. Firework; display of firework s, 
$» I GiRQl 6«»GQ ^1 QST9 «©|— 6. The 
King in one set of cards in '(xaBjapa* 
game. 9 I G«GGQ C«999l 001^9 G^OIO^T 
flai^ 3GOhO 9*^9 G«99l« 3Q; Qlft— 
7. The turn of a player in a game. 

€969. flsnq (eri)— €fl. *9i©J 90^15 as? §iq 

^10 9I3*« 91 89^1 ( aal— 0^*919, 9SII9I©, 
€JQ9I©) — Th state or act of doing a thing 
3l#l denoted by a word formed with the 
3l^t Persian sumx *Baj.' 

QIG9. (916M9) 9— V I 9199©©— I- Somer- 
sault, j I afcs)£> ©ai — 2. A plank-decked 
boat « I GSfflQ QIO — 3 - Tne throw in a 
game.v | g|g 6«»£Q QIS9SK1 G99I 0G€i9l©^ 
219^91 Ola— ^. Tne portion of the pack 
of cards coming to a player's hands after 
their distribution. *1©1SG«QGQ SCW 
G«Ol© «€§ «Gg 919 €«»9I 9€9 G3^ 01^- 

aK?(?©S9i 9*^ QOia €90 aa«i aicw 

q§q< 5. The cards collected by the 

winner after every throw. 9 \ 3Q — 

6. Time. 9 I $ £j — ?• A-otio-n, 
g|. 9— gOn9W, S©9«_ «9 9i^Q mqqfo 

WIWQIfl — Anameior calling Satyabadi^ 
Brajabandhu etc in fondness. 

MM— 0. 9- 9-*- («©i9qao) »i9ra^ ©looia— 

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Earthen cooking pots which are aban- 
doned and thrown away as impure on the 
• occasion of deaths or births in a family* 

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BSjyapt ( See ) 

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exhibits magical and other wonderful 

performances. 

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B5jika(ga,e;i)ri The act or profession or perfor- 
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the exhibition of magical feats. 

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Bajigandha Aswagandha (See). 

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Bajindar Magician. 

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enter; to reach. 

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4. To be loudly proclaimed. 

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strike the time of the day (said of a clock). 


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encountered with. 

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ment) To be played upon. 

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cibq— (Mm ffiswia) 

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paid or given, 

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Bajibha The first asterism, 

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Baji bhor qfllg"— The end of a game; the end of 

«t«rlttalH i W5thtt?: one heat of a game. 

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Baji mat Victory in a game 

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Baji inariba 1. To lay a wager; to bet. 

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a«<jL 9IQ9I— 2, To win a bet. * | $©Q|S S 
C^9|— 3. To be successful in a competition 

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Baji rakhibS Biiji marib5(l)(3ee\ 

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